Ethics for the New Millennium

Ethics for the New Millennium

by Dalai Lama
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Ethics For the New Millennium 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 23 reviews.
Charlottes-son More than 1 year ago
What a fine man, and exceptional human being. There is a lot to learn from him.
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Can you pls come back?
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"Good, good." She says. "Pats the whole problem here."
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claraone More than 1 year ago
I have tried several books from His Holiness, the Dalai Lama and somehow I find them so hard to read. I feel like I read ten pages and can't say anything really got to my heart. Maybe he keeps things very simple in purpose, but if you have read some buddhist literature before this book will not teach you anything new.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
This is in the top 5 of my favorite books. The Dalai Lama masterfully articulates some of the most important principals that are set forth by the Buddhist religion into understandable everyday language. When these principals are applied to one's life the effects are dramatic and carry incredible impact. He makes a point of the fact that this life is a journey and that we must continually be mindful of these principals. He quite skillfully is able to breakdown what can sometimes seem like a hectic and empty existance into very simply understood terms. Pointing out that all humans have two main desires; to acheive happiness and avoid suffering. He goes on to give seemingly simplistic, but often overlooked guidelines in order to acheive these two main desires. He links many of these thoughts with superb logical reasoning. Empathy is a main theme and the book does a wonderfull job stressing this eternally important principle. You will not regret reading this book!
Guest More than 1 year ago
How can we be happy in today's materialistic, competitive world? Not by amassing more wealth and possessions, according to the Dalai Lama. He recommends that we focus on internal, spiritual issues: we need to recognize our connectedness with all human beings, learn to restrain anger and other negative thoughts and emotions, and develop patience and compassion for others. For the way to be happy is by being a good, ethical person. This is useful advice that can help anyone who takes it seriously. But self-change is difficult; considerable effort is required. Getting ahead by pulling other people down is widely accepted in our society, and I'm afraid those who most need the Dalai Lama's advice may be the least likely to read this book and follow his teachings.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Everyone on the planet should read this wonderful book, and if they can't read, someone should read it to them. The Dalai Lama clearly explains the means by which everyone may achieve their own personal happiness, and by doing so create a peaceful world of loving kindness for all. Read it and live it!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Teaches about life and how we should treat others. Slow moving, yet very emotional. I admire the Dalai Lama for writing this.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I found this book very soothing in a sense that in every sentence there is a message of goodness. It is written in a simplistic manner and therefore you can follow easily the message that the Dalai Lama is expressing I recommend this book to anyone who would like to stop and think about peace of mind.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I bought this audio book to go along with the book i had thinking it would read everything in the book and it skipped a lot of parts of the book I would never recommend this for anyone