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  1. says:

    An informative introduction to Buddhist concepts however a bit technical and confusing at times

  2. says:

    This will be one of my shorter reviews for a simple reason I was unable to complete this book Teachings from the

  3. says:

    Having gone through trials in the last few months that I never thought I'd have to face this book couldn't have come into my life at a better timeI find myself in the position of trying to find it in my heart to forgive someone who not only committed completely unforgivable acts against myself and my family but feels no

  4. says:

    This book is the Dalai Lama's lectures from the 1980's and 1990's While I felt it was repetitive within the chapters for me a beginner Dalai Lama reader may appreciate it than I did I have read many Dalai Lama books and the recent ones are my favorite though so in my opinion even if you are a beginner reader I would read a newer book of his before reading this one You may find you don't even need to read this one at all I was a bi

  5. says:

    The book dives into the Buddhist doctrines than other books by the DL Luckily the structure of each chapter is such that y

  6. says:

    Fair 196 pages

  7. says:

    i was reading the physical book

  8. says:

    I'm not part of the Buddhist religion but I find a great deal of peace and understanding in the Dalai Lama's teachings He is wise and very compassionate People often misunderstand the Buddhist religion It is a godless religion in the sense o

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    “Even if a room has been in darkness for a hundred years when you flick the light on the darkness goes away” –HINDU PROVERBYou can train your mind by analyzing other people’s experiences By looking at hi

  10. says:

    I took the following lessons from this series of lectures that His Holiness gave in the 1980s and '90s Be kind to

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Emes that range from religious tolerance to compassion and nonviolence The book also includes a practical and highly readable introduction to Buddhism and The Dalai Lama's own spiritual heritage written by the renowned Lama Thubten Zopa Rinpoch i was reading the physical book at the same time while listening to the audiobookthey do not follow each other well the audiobook skips parts and everything is out of order

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Live in a Better Way Reflections on Truth Love and Happiness

Imbued with a friendly tone and pithy wisdom this handsome handbook to approaching life in a better way includes six of His Holiness The Dalai Lama's most accessible and inspirational public lectures Following each talk are the original uestion This will be one of my shorter reviews for a simple reason I was unable to complete this book Teachings from the Dalai Lama are presented here as transcribed lectures presented at dharma celebrations in New Delhi I must absolutely plead that my review of this book is in no way a review of the Buddhist faith or sets of beliefsWith that urgent disclaimer established I have to declare this book utterly unreadable This is only the second book in my life that I ve had to set down unfinished It s conceivable that the lectures were engaging satisfying intellectually stimulating sessions in the presence of the Dalai Lama but in print form the lectures read with vastly less connection to the reader than a bad college algebra textbookI do not pan this book for any philosophical disagreements or religious bias I assure you of that I am genuinely intrigued by His Holiness and I have the utmost respect for him both as a leader of faith and as a representative of his genuinely repressed Tibetan peopleAll I can say is that after having spent much of a year trying to digest this albeit brief book I simply can t continue I did endure through page 106 of the lecture How to Live and Die in a Better Way but that s where my struggle and my patience end I m afraid Because of my respect for this man of peace I feel sense of embarrassment and guilt as I type this review but I must be honest about my impressions

Free download ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook æ Dalai Lama XIV

And answer sessions in which His Holiness opens himself up to his listeners and now to readers everywhere His characteristically candid guidance on living fully and responsibly especially at the start of a new millennium focuses on specific th This book is the Dalai Lama s lectures from the 1980 s and 1990 s While I felt it was repetitive within the chapters for me a beginner Dalai Lama reader may appreciate it than I did I have read many Dalai Lama books and the recent ones are my favorite though so in my opinion even if you are a beginner reader I would read a newer book of his before reading this one You may find you don t even need to read this one at all I was a bit bored with this book because of two reasons I ve read his words before in other books and many of the chapters were repetitive in nature within the book There were certain sections of the book where it talked to practicing Buddhists in which I am not and so I wasn t really interested in that part of his lectures It got complicated with fancy Buddhist wordslingo and I kind of lost what he was truly saying because I felt it wasn t for me personallyOver all I love the Dalai Lama s words of wisdom in how to treat yourself and others around us how to live in peace and how to have compassion even for our enemies His words always reminds me of being a better person than I already am to constantly grow and learn when it is wise to open one s mouth and what to say when doing so He is someone I truly look up to and there s not many people I do look up to I see him I hear him I sense his being and I see the word PEACE all around him I truly believe he lives what he speaks and he is a great example of a compassionate individual I can learn from