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I'm currently reading this book. So far it explains a lot of Buddhist concepts in easy & relate-able ways. Good book. I recommend it.

We long for connections in the midst of disconnected lives--connections to ourselves, to others, to the world we live in. Most of all we yearn to connect with the sacred. In The Circle of Life Joyce Rupp and Macrina Wiederkehr invite us to listen carefully and closely to the wisdom of each season. Using reflections, poems, prayers, and meditations, they explore the relationship between the seasons of the earth and the seasons of our lives....

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I'm not a buddhist but this book has been the best parenting book I've read. It's really helping me to become a more patient and present mom.

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A wonderful set of talks pertaining to the Buddhist ideals of love- a fabulous guide to enhancing your relationships with your family, friends and of course your significant other! Thich has the most soothing voice in the world, and he's an incredibly inspiring teacher. It's well worth a listen, if only to help yourself love in the purest and most selfless manner, for the benefit of all beings ♥ You must love yourself with all your heart before you can benefit others! ♥