Living with certainty, clarity and purpose


Pat Best from the United States writes: “The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying found me as I searched for an answer on how to help someone with their suffering. A co-worker’s 16-year old daughter had contacted a rare disease that eventually took her life.

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Finding My Way Home

Bruno Lopes

My name is Bruno Lopes. I am now 31 years old, a social worker and I live in a small fishing village called Sesimbra, in Portugal, which is in southern Europe.

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From Russia with Love

TBLD Russian new final

The new Russian edition of The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying is out! Here’s what some people in Russia have to say about it.

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“I Learned to Be Simply Present…”


Caroline De Glanville from the UK shares her story: “In the summer of 2001 my mother was diagnosed with cancer. The medicine made her feel sick, and she decided that she did not want chemo-therapy or any pills, as it would make her hair fall out.

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In the Summer of 1994…

Waldo Lake, the place where Jim Gordon drowned

Steve Ives, from the United States writes: “In the summer of 1994 I was remodeling a house in the south hills of Eugene, Oregon.

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