Thich Nhat Hanh presents a depth of truth so simply, so accurately, so profoundly that it's really easy to miss it unless you truely listen hard, and then again, and then again. It's a bottomless well of wisdom. Told by one of the wisest, most loving, most gentle and loving souls living today.
No. I love J. Goldstein, but this is not his best. In fact, I hope it's his worst because I found it so lacking in his usual wit and cleverness, so dry, I've pretty much given up on listening to it all the way through. If you're looking for a lot of technical information, and don't mind ploughing through this, it could be fine.
Lacked his witty and fun take on Buddhism.
Only if your dead set to get technical information - a scholar who doesn't mind reams of dry presentation.
Too bad. Normally, I love everything he does. He's a true teacher, but he forgot to laugh in this.
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