I still regard myself as a novice when it comes to many aspects of the Buddhist teachings. Having now a ten-year daily meditation practice, and havin...
In a society where the fear of being considered insignificant is a constant threat to the fragile ego, we defend ourselves by shouting louder and more rudely than the next man or woman.
This book succeeds remarkably well in schematizing and simplifying the relationship between the key lists with which the Dharma abounds.
Greed is not good. Call it karma. Good old American greed -- the greed that the "Reagan Revolution" thrived on -- is coming back at us, and it's not good.
This is no time for timid half measures, for accommodation of the interests of the very wealthy. This is a job for the ruthless trial attorney who's neither afraid nor ashamed to go for the jugular.