May All Beings Benefit: Compassionate Practices for Animals and Ourselves

May All Beings Benefit: Compassionate Practices for Animals and Ourselves

by Buddhadeb Basu, Lynn Gray (With)

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781542711678
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 02/17/2017
Pages: 142
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.33(d)

About the Author

Buddhadeb Basu was born in Kolkata, India. He acquired an Engineering Diploma from Kolkata University and is a Management Graduate. He was awarded an MA in English from ICFAI University.

Buddhadeb has written for various leading newspapers of India including "Central Chronicle," "Times of India," "Hitavada," and "Indian Express" on the topics of spirituality, politics, travel, health, and nutrition.

In the international literary market, his contributions have been published at www.positivehealth.com, UK and www.successstory.com, Canada.

His debut novel, Journey to the Celestial City, follows the protagonist Mind as he undertakes a journey to reach a fabled city where he believes he'll learn the secret to achieving liberation so he'll be able to serve mankind. During his journey, he encounters many obstacles in the form of mythic individuals and situations. Transcending his many set-backs and assaults, Mind ultimately reaches the Celestial City and achieves liberation, but not in the way he expected. With an awakened consciousness, he returns to his hometown and begins benevolent work on behalf of the people.

His second book, 16 Teachings for Spiritual Happiness, is a compilation of essays and practices to achieve awareness and compassion. The book emphasizes and provides teachings to show that spiritual happiness, enlightenment, awareness, whatever we wish to call it isn't only available to a select few individuals such as monks, saints, and priests. A clear understanding of our life and its purpose leads to such awareness.

May All Beings Benefit is his third book.

Buddhadeb may be contacted at +91-9099932821 and buddhasweet@gmail.com.

His personal blog is www.bdbasu.com, and he is well acquainted with all social media platform including Facebook, Twitter, and Linkedin.

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