Quote – The End Of The Day

“It’s never too late to start over. If you weren’t happy with yesterday, try something different today. Don’t stay stuck, do better.” Easier said than done. Sometimes you think wht you did was really productive and it isn’t until much later you realize nothing you did today even mattered towards your ream goal. Happens to… Continue reading Quote – The End Of The Day

Follow Your Dreams… and other Useless Advice

  You ever hear a phrase used so much that it has been stripped of all it’s meaning? Follow your passions.. Do unto others… The money is in the list…. Live the life of your dreams… I love you…. Wash behind your ears… etc, etc You get the point. There is actually only ONE real… Continue reading Follow Your Dreams… and other Useless Advice

In this astonishingly frank autobiography, the Dalai Lama reveals the remarkable inner strength that allowed him to master both the mysteries of Tibetan Buddhism and the brutal realities of Chinese Communism.The Dalai Lama’s autobiography should leave no one in doubt of his humility and genuine compassion. Written without the slightest hint of pretense, the exiled leader of Tibet recounts his life, from the time he was whisked away from his home in 1939 at the age of 4, to his treacherous escape from Tibet in 1959, to his winning of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1989. The backdrop of the story is the 1950 Chinese invasion of Tibet. He calmly relates details of imprisonment, torture, rape, famine, ecological disaster, and genocide that under four decades of Chinese rule have left 1.25 million Tibetans dead and the Tibetan natural and religious landscapes decimated. Yet the Dalai Lama’s story is strangely one of hope. This man who prays for four hours a day harbors no ill will toward the Chinese and sees the potential for good everywhere he casts his gaze. Someday, he hopes, all of Tibet will be a zone of peace and the world’s largest nature preserve. Such optimism is not naive but rather a result of his daily studies in Buddhist philosophy and his doctrine of Universal Responsibility. Inspiring in every way, Freedom in Exile is both a historical document and a fable of deepest trust in humanity. –Brian Bruya

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