I did not read the print version
Mr Sheen really pushed his intonation needlessly and separate files for each chapter would make the book readable. I cant pause and restart at the same point, therefore going to a noted chapter would make the reading easier.
an agreement with my feelings that a common feeling of secularism and the practice of it could lead to world peace.
My reviews are honest. No sugar coating here.
If we follow Dalai Lama's ways, we will have peace on Earth and all kind to all man, but we don't. I'm not a fan of Dalai Lama and some of his beliefs are too extreme even for an utopia world, but he has a good point of the nature of being human and have compassion for others.
There are some people will go out of their way to hold a door for someone, and others that won't lift a finger to help.
If it was up to the Dalai Lama, everyone would be doormen.
The book was good, but there was a lot of personal rhetoric, which is given and acceptable because it is the Dalai Lama.
I have listened to this book about 5 times since I downloaded 2 months ago. And I will listen to it again.
The title speaks to what is best about this story.
Martin Sheen's narration of the Dalai Lama was interesting. But it appears that he did this book justice.
Ah, yes. If I coulda, I woulda listened in one sitting.
He boldly challenges the traditional notion that forces us to equate goodness to being part of a religion. It's a concept many would argue but, for me, his thoughts and theories are rather enlighting and affirming.
I wanted to listen, but the sound was too faint. couldn't figure out how to increase the volume.
Not his fault
If I could hear it.
If there is a way to increase the volume on my Kindle, please tell me about it!!!