Wisdom Without Borders


M. Walfred from Delaware wrote this review of The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying on amazon.com: “Having a stone Buddha in your garden does not make one a Buddhist anymore than wearing orange or refusing to step on spiders does.

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“Incredibly Inspiring!”


Aya Eid writes: “Wow!! I am only 40 pages into it, but at every sentence, I must stop to ponder how much depth and value these words really hold.

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“Changed My Life”


David C Mitchell writes: “Changed my life. Because of this book, which I read for the first time on a trip in India in the early 90’s, I chose to pursue work in Hospice care. Although it took time for this to “manifest”, I am now a grief counselor at a Hospice. A wonderful, sensitive, […]

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