The Art of Happiness

A Handbook for Living

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This will be the first book by the Dalai Lama written to appeal to a general audience and focusing on the practical application of his spiritual values.The Dalai Lama's commentary is amplified and augmented from a contemporary western perspective by ...Continua
Ha scritto il 20/06/17
A thought provoking book. I rather like Howard's asking "obvious" questions and playing devil's advocate. The unexpected feedback from Dalai Lama did challenge my own way of thinkings. My takeaways: - Hope, compassion and inner discipline - Western c...Continua
Giacomo Bonamico
Ha scritto il 09/11/14
Buddhism and everyday life

Why don't put some of the buddhist ideas into our lifes if it can help us?explained starting from a critic point of view, an introduction to some of the best buddhist principles and their everyday applications.

Ha scritto il 06/05/14


Ha scritto il 10/01/09
The West Meets East
I felt like Mr. Culter was consuming Dalai Lama's good will to produce this book. From a western psychologist's point of view to decipher the Buddhism's wisdom to make western people's lives happier? It does not sound adequate. But I have admired the...Continua
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Ha scritto il 27/06/07

Read it and you will know why Dalai Lama is named a spiritual leader.

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