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Zen Miracles: Finding Peace in an Insane World

by Dr. Brenda Shoshanna In the book Zen Miracles: Finding Peace in an Insane World, Dr. Shoshanna uses her own experiences with Zen to explain its common concepts and principles. Sometimes the writing is quite subjective; however, it is enjoyable even for someone not familiar with Zen. I don’t understand many of the koans in […]

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The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari

by Robin S. SharmaThis is the story of Julian Mantle, a lawyer whose life drastically changes after a major heart attack. He is forced to face the spiritual crisis in his out-of-balance life. He travels to India where he hears of the Sages of Sivana and tries to trace them. He finds them in the […]

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The 80 Minute MBA

The website of the book The 80 Minute MBA says: “You don’t need an MBA to be Master or Mistress of the Universe. If you have a couple of years spare to sit in business school seminar rooms, no problem. If not, we bring to you the Reduced Shakespeare Company of the commercial world – […]

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Dark Wolf Running

When I was offered Dark Wolf Running by Harlequin viaNetGalley in exchange for an honest review, I did not connect it with Rhyannon Byrd’s Bloodrunners Series immediately. It was so long since I had read the first four books in the series. However, when I started reading, it all came back to me. I am […]

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Good book, bad book

It has been long since I have reviewed a book. I have been intending to but work (editing and writing) and reading get in the way. Moreover, I have read so many interesting books these past few days that I am unable to decide which I should review first. Source: Favim Another thing that bothers […]