Achieve a life of balance with Karma Yeshe Rabgye's eye-opening new book, Life's Meandering Path.
The thirty-eight principles set forth, based on the teachings of Gautama Buddha, comprise a basic guide to living for anyone seeking peace and harmony.
The value of such qualities as individual responsibility, rational thought and the fulfillment of social obligations are discussed-as well as exactly how to implement each of these principles into one's daily life.
It is not uncommon to experience a sense of fear or uncertainty in the oftentimes frantic, fast-paced world in which we live. But it is possible to move beyond those obstacles and that feeling of being overwhelmed, into a state where happiness and a lack of suffering dominate.
Learn how to juggle individual challenges, family obligations, social responsibility and personal growth while maintaining a vital sense of balance in the midst of a chaotic world.
All of this is possible without needing to call oneself a Buddhist or Christian or Muslim. Regardless of religion or faith, readers will learn how to achieve some much needed peace in this enriching guide to life.
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About the Author
Karma Yeshe Rabgye is a Western Buddhist monk, originally from England, who now lives at Ashoka Buddhist Temple in India.
Having taken his vows from H. E. Tai Situ Rinpoche in Sherabling Monastery, Yeshe has studied with such notable figures as the fourteenth Dalai Lama and helped found the nonprofit Indian organization Sangye-Menla Patients Charitable Trust in 2008.
He is the author of The Best Way to Catch a Snake and the recently published Life's Meandering Path.
Yeshe currently lives in northern India, where he teaches Buddhism and meditation classes. For more information, visit www.buddhismguide.org.