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The Mind and the Way: Buddhist Reflections on Lifeby Ajahn Sumedho
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What would life be like if each one of us chose compassion over anger, loving-kindness over hatred, awareness over ignorance? The Mind and the Way demonstrates a radically simple approach to life, one in which we are able to awaken to our true loving nature and delight in the mystery and wonder of the world. With warmth and a wonderful sense of humor, Ajahn Sumedho draws on the experiences of ordinary life to convey Buddhist insights that for 2,500 years have continued to remain vital and pertinent to our lives.
With warmth and a wonderful sense of humor, Ajahn Sumedho offers reflections on life and practical advice on freeing the mind and opening the heart. The Mind and the Way demonstrates a radically simple approach to life, one in which we are able to awaken to our true nature, and to delight in the mystery and wonder of the world.
An insider's perspective on many basic Buddhist teachings and a radically simple approach to life. Highly recommended... --Library Journal
About the Author
Ajahn Sumedho has been a Buddhist monk for over forty years and has been the abbot of Amaravati Monastery since its establishment in 1984. A long-time student of the renowned master Ajahn Chah, he lives in Hertfordshire, England. He is also the author of The Sound of Silence.
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