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by Dalai Lama XIV

Download 365 Dalai Lama: Daily Advice from the Heart ePub
  • ISBN 0007179030
  • ISBN13 978-0007179039
  • Language English
  • Author Dalai Lama XIV
  • Publisher Thorsons Pub (October 15, 2004)
  • Pages 372
  • Formats doc azw txt mobi
  • Category Bibles
  • Subcategory Bible Study and Reference
  • Size ePub 1852 kb
  • Size Fb2 1648 kb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 686

Presents daily words of timeless wisdom and heartfelt advice for people of all walks of life and religious backgrounds on how to find true happiness, serenity, and fulfillment in one's life and bring true peace to the world around.

365 Dalai Lama is something that you can read through, and think about the topics I rather enjoy the variety of reflection on different topics daily however. That quality made the book spartan, somewhat bland

365 Dalai Lama is something that you can read through, and think about the topics. The one thing that I didn't like about it was the fact that some topics went on for days and days. I rather enjoy the variety of reflection on different topics daily however. That quality made the book spartan, somewhat bland. Maybe it was just me, but I'd probably get his lectures, or expanded treatises on topics (. The Art of Happiness) instead - I think this is where his thought processes, reasoning, and ability to convince you about quality of life choices shine.

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Imagine having two minutes with the Dalai Lama offering you personal advice on how you could live your life better, overcome your problems, be more joyful and create a better world.

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Imagine having an audience with the Dalai Lama every day, receiving personal advice about how to make your life better and more joyful. This book is a compilation of quotations from the Dalai Lama (spiritual leader of Tibet). It is not an essay or story, though the quotes are loosely grouped by category. The quotations are written simply and directly, and contain a great degree of insight into the human emotions and the human spirit.

I love the Dalai Lama's writing, have read quite a few of his books. 365 Dalai Lama is something that you can read through, and think about the topics. I think that there are some insights here, but didn't come away from it as inspired from other writings. The chapters are organized into subject categories.

365 Dalai Lama- great spiritual quotes and passages. This book really showcases his thoughts and beliefs with such ease. I mean how can you not like the Dalai Lama with all of his compassion and sensibility. 365 Dalai Lama, Daily Advice from the Heart. Just got it. Love it. Visit.

Books : 365 Dalai Lama: Daily Advice from the Heart (Paperback). Imagine having two minutes with the Dalai Lama offering you personal advice on how you could live your life better overcome your problems be more joyful and create a better world. This revolutionary new book brings you exactly that: short passages to offer you enlightening advice day by day. Specifications.

Author(s): Dalai Lama, His Holiness th. Imagine having two minutes with the Dalai Lama offering you personal advice. This book brings you exactly that: short passages advising people from all walks of life.

Author(s): Dalai Lama, His Holiness the. Title: 365 Dalai Lama: Daily Advice from the Heart. Advice is delivered according to the following: stage of life; roles in society; states of mind; and spiritual life.

Imagine having two minutes with the Dalai Lama offering you personal advice on how you could live your life better, overcome your problems, be more joyful and create a better world

Imagine having two minutes with the Dalai Lama offering you personal advice on how you could live your life better, overcome your problems, be more joyful and create a better world.

Talk about 365 Dalai Lama: Daily Advice from the Heart


GODMAX
Maybe it has a lot to do with the positive insight that the Dalai Lama has to offer for ANY situation.
A paragraph a day, one page, can make a huge difference in your mindset; either starting the day
or dealing with a difficult situation as your day progresses. This book is not overly religious, and it's
written in plain terms. Thank you Dalai Lama for your kind and gentle presence.
heart of sky
I deeply respect, admire, love the Dalai Lama, so this review should not be taken as a negative about him or what he writes or says. However, I had thought I was getting one of those books where one can read and contemplate one section at a time. Instead, the organization is topical, so you go through a bunch of readings on one subject at a time. I'll keep it, but beware if you want daily variety.
Ann
So far I have read the first 60 pages and have enjoyed the book. I have also read the book of joy of the Dalai Lama and Bishop Tutu and enjoyed it as well.
Memuro
He is amazing.
Moogura
I love the Dalai Lama's writing, have read quite a few of his books. I think that there are some insights here, but didn't come away from it as inspired from other writings.

The chapters are organized into subject categories. So, if you use it as a meditation guide you'll be meditating on "living a life of plenty" or "prison and prisoners" for a few days at least.

I didn't find this as useful as 365 Tao (which I've used regularly) by Deng Ming-Dao. I felt 365 Tao provided different ways to approach each topic, you could choose your meditation.

365 Dalai Lama is something that you can read through, and think about the topics. I wasn't motivated to meditate on them. The one thing that I didn't like about it was the fact that some topics went on for days and days. I didn't necessarily feel I wanted to meditate on pessimism for 13 days, a day of thought about a topic provides me conscious investigation. Revisiting it helps bring up subconscious learning later.

But banging my head against a topic for days and days wasn't an enjoyable task. For a monk maybe, eating rice every day. I rather enjoy the variety of reflection on different topics daily however. That quality made the book spartan, somewhat bland.

Maybe it was just me, but I'd probably get his lectures, or expanded treatises on topics (i.e. The Art of Happiness) instead - I think this is where his thought processes, reasoning, and ability to convince you about quality of life choices shine.
Shaktiktilar
This book is a compilation of quotations from the Dalai Lama (spiritual leader of Tibet). It is not an essay or story, though the quotes are loosely grouped by category.
The quotations are written simply and directly, and contain a great degree of insight into the human emotions and the human spirit.
It serves as an excellent daily inspiration for living or meditation.
Shistus
Love the Dalai Lama
Great advice from an awesomely great, good perdon!