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Peace Is Every Step: The Path of Mindfulness in Everyday Life Hacia La Paz Interior Ofrece M Todos Pr Cticos Para Integrar Los Peque Os Acontecimientos De La Vida Cotidiana En La B Squeda De La Armon A Desde Las T Cnicas Respiratorias Hasta El Arte De La Sonrisa, Pasando Por El Trabajo, El Ocio Las Relaciones Sociales Y Familiares El Dinero Y La Pol Tica.El Gran Maestro Zen Thich Nhat Hanh Nos Ense A Que Lo Importante Es El Aqu Y El Ahora, Y Propone Una Amplia Gama De Actividades Y Actitudes Que Pueden Cambiar Nuestra Vida Llev Ndonos A La Realizaci N Personal.


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    I first read this book in college, when my friend Maran told me it was her favorite book ever It s a little book, and I finished it quickly, and while I really liked it, not much of it stuck with me It wasn t until I read it again that I realized how genius it really is I m never going to be a Buddhist monk, or even a proper Buddhist, but Thich...


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    Thank you, my dear and gentle friend from over on the other side of the world Only today have I remembered how I savoured your hopeful words in this book so many years ago.But with those wonderful memories there springs up the bitter taste of the hard and unforgiving workaday world I daily inhabited at that time.And as the noise of that world rose to a deafening crescendo, I turned and this will sound strange to your saintly ears to the comfort of an old fashioned duality, in my former traditional faith.That will sound ominous to someone like you, in your nondual and nonjudgemental world But I was getting old and cranky, and I saw that the very real harm that people were doing to each other was growing, not shrinking.You see, my quiet friend, there seemed no recourse for me to combat Evil other than with the Goodness of God As plainly and obviously as I could with my heart AND mind And your views were too gently vague for that You see, ours is such an hard, ironclad world, and that world WINKS at Evil.Yet I offer to y...


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    when you plant lettuce, if it does not grow well, you don t blame the lettuce you look into the reasons it is not doing well it may need fertilizer, or water, or less sun you never blame the lettuce yet if we have problems with our friends or our family, we blame the other person but if we know how to take care of them, they will grow well, like lettuce blaming has no positive effect at all, nor does trying to persuade using reason and arguments that is my experience no blame, no reasoning, nor arguments, just understanding if you understand, and you show that you understand, you can love, and the situation will change thich nhat hanhpeace is every stepi read this book about a thousand years ago, and then the other day a friend of mine gave me the most wonderful gift she handed me this book, my own book, from my own shelf it can look and...


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    Peace is every step that you makewhen you take your brother s handand give him a plate of foodor a handful of clothingAnd the peace is therewhen you shelter him from the stormwhether it is in his heart or on the landPeace is every step when you breathe in and when you breathe outnot thinking of your angeronly of solutions.And when you shelter yourself from the stormyou shelter all bygiving them a way to continue on written by Jessica slade 2017Many years have passed since I was at Deer Park Monastery The first time I went I just thought of going,for it was a leaving time for me as well as a beginning I sat in the meditation room waiting for a dharma talk to begin when Thich Nhat Hanh walked into the room He walked in peacefulness, and when he talked it is was only of kindness.I never saw him a...


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    Thich Nhat Hanh s writing is deceptive in its subtlety He ll go on and on with stories about tree hugging or metaphors involving raw potatoes he ll tell you how to eat mindfully, even how to breathe and walk he ll suggest looking closely at a flower and to see the sun as your heart As the Zen teacher Richard Baker commented, however, Nhat Hanh is a cross between a cloud, a snail, and piece of heavy machinery Sooner or later, it begins to sink in that Nhat Hanh is conveying a depth of psychology and a world outlook that require nothing less than a complete paradigm shift Through his cute stories and compassionate admonitions, he gradually builds up to his philosophy of interbeing, the notion that none of us is separately, but rather that we inter are The ramifications are explosive How can we ...


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    This book is full of beneficial guidelines for living a mindful, peaceful life and helping those around you do the same Even if it confirms what you already know, it is a pleasurable read and a beautiful inspiration to actively appreciate the positive aspects of living.Like most other Buddhist works, it is centered around living in the present I wasn t expecting him to devote a section to the idea of hope as an obstacle, but it made good sense It s very easy to keep looking toward tomorrow, wishing for better days, but in doing that you re practicing avoidance Facing your current situation and dealing with it head on isn t always easy, but it s heavily encouraged here.I also appreciated Thich Nhat Hanh s encouragement to eliminate distractions We waste so much time being entertained that we forget to live our own lives to the fullest Not being a fan of most television programming myself, I am all for turning off the TV and foregoing the 40,000 some odd murders we see a year, the 80,000 or so companies shoving products and services in our faces that we must buy now, and the made up numbers I use to talk about these unnecessary absurdities.What s dangerous than violence and guerrilla advertising, I think, is wha...


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    This is the second Thich Nhat Hanh book I read in a a month, and I have to say I like his writing This book is a bit simpler than the one I read last It doesn t cover as much ground, but what it does cover, it does so beautifully.He talks about his view of life, activism, and Buddhism without being overly preachy And he also talks about his life, and he has lead an interesting one Because of his work during the Vietnam war he can t go back to his native country It seems that because he and his followers didn t take sides during the war they got into trouble with both sides Peace is every step is an idea that is central to his views on life Peace and mindfulness isn t something to do just at a specific place, but rather something to keep with you at all times, in every step When he started to talk about anger, and how that can rule a person, I couldn t help thinking about the news that we are bombarded with every day There are so many people that let anger, and hate do their driving, too many resorting to killing because of it How much of it, is their anger, and how much of it is inherited However a person gets to the point of letting their anger do the driving, it too often ends up making things even worse In short, this book is not that heavy on Buddhism It centers around mindfulness, and how to find it There are times when he pai...


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    Some of Thich Nhat Hanh s writings are mostly informational, like Old Path, White Clouds, his biography of the Buddha Others, like this book, are meant to be experienced In each short section of this book, Thich Nhat Hanh tells a story, or seeks to describe an experience to which the reader may relate Some of them, like washing the dishes, deal with being in the present moment, and being deeply involved in whatever one is doing solely for the joy of having that experience Others, like his descriptions of a sheet of paper or eating a tangerine, show the interconnectedness of life In the case of the sheet of paper, the sun, the rain, the tree, the man who cut the tree down, and other factors go into the making of the paper Without the non paper elements, the paper would not be.Contemplation of a tangerine is another favorite one day Thich Nhat Hanh gave some children tangerines They contemplated not just the fruit in their hands, but also its mother, the tree that bore the fruit Then they visualized the blossoms in the sunshine and the rain, and the growth of the tiny fruit Then the children were invited to peel the tangerine, taking in the sensations of the spray of the mi...


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    I can t tell if he sounds pop because pop buddism followed him or if he is advocating buddism lite He ideas are certainly beautiful and his personal history is amazing though a few less references by his followers to his nomination for a nobel peace prize would be welcome My problem c...


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