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Greetings from Amazon.com Delivers Eastern Religion
Editor, Brian Bruya
[See Crooked Cucumber below as #3 on Amazon's best Eastern religion books of 1999. Links will take you to Amazon.com's entry's for these books which includes reviews and all. For Brian Bruya's review of Crooked Cucumber, go there or check it out here.--DC]
The best books of 1999 are sure to ignite a beacon for the searching mind. The Dalai Lama introduces a practical moral compass. Jamie Zeppa changes her life forever by visiting the exotic land of Bhutan. Thich Nhat Hanh finds a sibling in Christianity. And Daniel Ladinsky dances on clouds with Sufi poet Hafiz. Cross over to the Eastern realm of wisdom, but wear your sunglasses--this could get bright.
1. "Ethics for the New Millennium" by the Dalai Lama
2. "The Tao of Abundance: Eight Ancient Principles for Abundant
Living" by Laurence G. Boldt
3. "Crooked Cucumber: The Life and Zen Teaching of Shunryu
Suzuki" by David Chadwick
4. "Yoga and the Quest for the True Self" by Stephen Cope
5. "Going Home: Jesus and Buddha as Brothers" by Thich Nhat
6. "The Gift" by Hafiz; translated by Daniel Ladinsky
7. "Beyond the Sky and the Earth" by Jamie Zeppa
8. "Zen Path Through Depression" by Philip Martin
9. "Awakening to the Sacred: Creating a Spiritual Life from
Scratch" by Surya Das
10. "Meeting God: Elements of Hindu Devotion" by Stephen P.
--Brian Bruya is a comparative philosopher, writer, and translator. His latest publication is "The Wisdom of the Zen Masters."
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