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The Tao of Now: Daily Wisdom from Mystics, Sages, Poets, and Saints Paperback – January 1, 2013
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“Read this―now. Baran delivers a daily wake-up call from the world’s greatest thinkers.” ―O, the Oprah Magazine
About the Author
Josh Baran is a former Zen priest, a contributor Tricycle: The Buddhist Review, and a strategic communications consultant in New York City. His clients have included Amnesty International, Rock the Vote, the Pediatric AIDS Foundation, Special Olympics, Universal Pictures, Miramax Films, Time magazine, Warner Records, Oracle, and Microsoft. For many years, he has managed media relations for the Dalai Lama's visits to the Eastern United States. In addition, he is a longtime student of the Dzogchen tradition of Tibetan Buddhism, and now works closely with Byron Katie. He lives in New York City.
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What I realized in Borders is that the new paperbook was so much more approachable for me, easier to read and user friendly. The blue book had really small writing and for some reason I found it intimidating. When I rediscovered it in the new format it was like a whole new book to me. I thought how crazy it was to order a book I already had, but did it anyway because this one's a keeper.
These quotes really bring me into IT or That space of is-ness so easily and effortlessly. Why did it sit there for so long? I dont know. If I had been more diligent in reading it I could have saved myself alot of money and time spent on some useless fruitless seeking. This one's an excellent pointer. Stop seeking, read Tao of Now.
What all of these quotes share in common is the ability to pull us back into ourselves and to think and reflect on why we're here and what really matters.