Work Title: Buddhism for Busy People: Finding Happiness in an Uncertain World
Work Author(s): David Michie
240 pages, Softcover $14.95
Reviewer: Zacharias P Thundy
Those following the current controversial Tibetan independence movement and the serene role played by His Holiness the Dalai Lama will find this book enlightening.
Buddhism for Busy People shows readers how to live with fewer inner conflicts in this uncertain, topsy-turvy world. In general, the book follows the Way of the Buddha, a path walked by millions over the last 2,500 years. In particular, the author tries to formulate the basic tenets of the Tibetan Buddhism and the religious practices advocated by the founders of the Tibetan Buddhist Society of the West. One will also find a short outline of the story of the enlightenment of the Buddha, and his teachings on Compassion and the theory of dependent arising. But the real strength of the book lies in the practical advice Michie delivers on meditation, the practice of compassion, and finding happiness in daily life.
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