When Things Fall Apart: Heart Advice for Difficult Times

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Nathan "N.R." Gaddis

Buddhism is just so not my jam. It's a language which I simply don't understand.

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This ended out on my list as a recommendation from GR. . . .dove in naked, so to speak - no idea other than probably not fiction. . . .I'm just looking to feel a little better in my world as it is right now.

Buddhist. This is a book about feeling better using Buddhist thinking and beliefs. As I listened, racing around doing my tasks it all washed over me and I really did begin to feel better, calmer, less stressed. This was a stunning thought to me - some of the ideas are counter to anything I've ever learned (hope is a problem????? Wha? I thought it was the answer?!), but some of it almost began making sense. Most of it did make sense. Honestly, this is the first connection I have really ever made with Buddhist concepts.

That's as far as I will go on reviewing - Just like I wouldn't make a judgement on any belief system other than in my heart, and not in a "star" system, please note the stars I'm giving reflect only my response to the writing and my further pursuit in this author's work and direction. And for that, I'm going to re-read this book in a hard format so I can see the words, note them and have them at hand, and will continue to read more along this line. If it makes sense. . .

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Swrp

Beautiful. Profound. Thoughtful.