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A work of humanity on a universal scale a work of reconciliation between nature and culture Indian Wisdom celebrates those who live in harmony with the forces of earth and sky who aspire to nirvana the highest level of heart body and mind consciousness This remarkable book by Danielle and Olivier Fvllmi authors of 15 previous books on Buddhism presents the wise words of a great master philosopher or poet for every day of the year accompanied by Olivier's beautiful moving photographs of Indian people and places The effect is transformative awakening our senses and preparing our souls to receive these simple yet profound teachings Contemporary specialists on Indian culture have contributed to Indian Wisdom which draws on such ancient yet timeless sources as poems by Rabindranath Tagore and Krishnamurti the longest epic in world literature the Mahabharata and the most significant of the Hindu sacred writings the Vedas A treasure in both content and form this inspirational book artfully conveys the essence of India


10 thoughts on “Wisdom 365 Thoughts from Indian Masters Offerings for Humanity

  1. says:

    To love is to understand and feel the othr person is diffrent Swami Prajnampad This what I love about this book Each day there is a quote to reflect on coupled with BEAUTIFUL photographs from India It is a celebration of all life is a celebration of the paradise with all it's thorns we live in each dayLive your life That is to say where you are with what you are and with who you are Accept the situation in which you find yourself and try at the same time to adapt to it You cannot escape from it Swami Prajnampad PEACE


  2. says:

    As long as you're considering what the book is it's a good one This isn't a novel or a how to live guide It's a pretty tabletop book with 365 quotes and beautiful images in it I got an old beat up copy that was going to be scrapped to make collages out of but I could see a good copy as a fine gift meditation support or table top discussion piece


  3. says:

    It's cool to have a book that lasts an entire year and it's nice to wake up and know that you'll learn a little ancient wisdom