What’s the deal with “Don’t Be a Jerk”? We’ve got an introduction.
Goldie Hawn, on the website, for reals. Okay, we’re talking about a book she wrote, but still…..
Karen Maezen Miller, author of “Paradise in Plain Sight”, shares with us some of the lessons she’s learned from her Zen garden.
Ji Hyang Padma offers a different type of book about Zen Buddhism because she recognizes that these are different times. Click on in to learn about her book “Living the Season: Zen Practice for Transformative Times”.
I read and love Brad Warner’s new book “There is No God, And He is Always With You”. I was going to write a review, however I think this essay from Brad Warner really let’s his work shine.
There is a lot to be said for a children’s books that entertains and educates both children and adults. So buckle in because I have a lot to say about “The Buddha’s Apprentice at Bedtime: Tales of Compassion and Kindness for You to Read with Your Child – Delight and Inspire” by Dharmachari Nagaraja.
Brian Leaf, author of “Misadventures of a Garden State Yogi”, shares his thoughts on work with us.
Huston Smith, author of “The World’s Religions” and “Why Religion Matters”, shares a story from his latest book “And Live Rejoicing: Chapters from a Charmed Life” with Buffet readers. You really don’t want to miss this one!
Just when you thought it was safe….”Hardcore Zen Strikes Again!” Actually it’s not scary at all, it’s a cool new book from Brad Warner, one of my favorite Zen Buddhism authors!
Karuna Cayton, psychotherapist and author of “The Misleading Mind: How We Create Our Own Problems and How Buddhist Psychology Can Help Us Solve Them”, talks to us about the importance of examining our own mind and thoughts.