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Lions Roar : November 2019
the name of the blanket we throw over the mystery to give it shape.’ Come on. Shouldn’t I have heard this in church? Why am I hearing this from the road manager for AC/DC?” Holmes asks, laughing at himself, our puny human minds, and the constructs in which we blindly place our trust until things, inevitably, fall apart. CREATIVITY, SPIRITUALITY, AND MAKING A BUCK By David Nichtern Wisdom 2019; 248 pp., $16.95 (paper) Creative types don’t always know how to embrace the business of selling creativ- ity. Throw in some spiritual principles to consider on top of that, and it’s a recipe for confusion. But David Nichtern, a Buddhist teacher and Emmy award- winning musician, composer, and pro- ducer, has some advice for combining all of those elements and moving toward “success,” however you choose to define it. “Once the foundation of mindfulness and ethical conduct is established as the backbone of our spiritual well-being,” Nichtern writes, “we begin to expand outward to explore our everyday life as a mirror and measure of our practice. How is our work going? Creative outlets? Relationships?” This book is laden with practices, links to online resources, and motivating slogans, such as “Be Daring: The Dignity of the Outrageous” and “Put a Ring on It: Protecting Your Intellectual Property.” Nichtern guides readers to make a living doing what they love, while also living well. ♦ LION’S ROAR | NOVEMBER 2019 81