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Lions Roar : September 2007
In this inspirational follow- up to Understanding Our Mind, Thich Nhat Hanh uses his inimitable light, clear, often humorous style to show us how to integrate mindfulness and joy in body, mind, and spirit. Buddha Mind, Buddha Body demonstrates the importance of creativity and meditation in our psychological and physical well-being. It details key physical and men- tal practices to strengthen and reconnect with our whole being, such as walking and sitting meditation and observing the Buddhist precepts. Thich Nhat Hanh calls the five trainings a “diet for a mindful society.” He hopes that this book will launch a discussion that transcends sectarian boundaries, so that as a society we can agree upon and practice moral guide- lines that allow us to sus- tain a compassionate and sane life together. From the author of Each Breath a Smile Sister Susan’s sensitive text introduces young readers to the Buddhist idea of “interbeing”—that everything is connected. It is also the story of a valuable friendship that helps children understand from an early age the joys of reconciliation and forgiveness. With twenty- eight full-page color illustra- tions by Sister Rain. This memoir stands alongside the great spiritual autobiographies of our time. It tells the story of Sister Chan Khong’s spiritual and personal odys- sey and that of Thich Nhat Hanh. The centerpiece of this fully-revised edition is a moving account of her return to Vietnam after 40 years of exile. Learning True Love is a testament to the power of tenacity and faith. “It’s impossible to read this book without being inspired to redouble one’s efforts on behalf of other people, on behalf of all beings, and on behalf of the planet.” —From the introduction by Sylvia Boorstein “A beautiful, wise, sensitive book for Buddhists and those open to learning from other traditions. Highly recommended.” —Library Journal “Sister Chan Khong’s life is a Dharma talk, and she has much to tell us.” —Thich Nhat Hanh “I hope this book will make you very happy and that the circle of your happiness will grow larger and larger.” —Thich Nhat Hanh SEPT 18-35.indd 22 SEPT 18-35.indd 22 6/25/07 4:46:55 PM 6/25/07 4:46:55 PM