In a very simplistic way.
All I can say is : " Every word a treasure. ..every sentence a well of wealth ". Read more
Beautifully written, clear and comprehensive guide to the ethics of Buddhism complete with personal experiences and the words of great masters, past and present.Published on Nov. 29 2012 by Janet M. Burke-Gaffney
I would advise prospective purchasers to look at the reviews for the Bantam publications: ISBN 0553378295 (Paperback) & 0553102907 (Hardcover)
The reviews for this book... Read more
The typical spiritual-illumination story ends with enlightenment. But Buddhist teacher and clinical psychologist Jack Kornfield goes beyond, asking the question we're dying to have... Read morePublished on Aug. 8 2011 by Constance Brochet
In any of Kornfield's work may be found great wisdom and a heart that knows deeply the folly of attaching strongly to anything, especially to this or that single Dharma style (I... Read morePublished on June 19 2004 by Issa
I really liked this book because it helped me realize that waking up or trying to wake up has it's setbacks at times. Read morePublished on March 5 2004 by "cappy-craig"
Mr. Kornfield's extensive experiences in buddhist meditation and his wide contact with other meditative traditions gave him an unique insight into the core of spiritual life. Read morePublished on July 2 2003 by imind
I loved this book. I have read many books on philosophy, religion, and spirituality, but this one stands out as one of my all time favorites. Read morePublished on June 9 2003 by Nurcan Kozanli
I just love how Jack Kornfield shares comments from Buddhists, Christians, and others on how the mystical path is at times very arduous. Read morePublished on April 21 2003 by Janet Boyer