Rodney Smith





Rodney Smith

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Stepping Out of Self-Decept...
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All Enemies Foreign and Dom...
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The Hat Book
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Awakening: A Paradigm Shift...
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Lessons from the Dying
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In the Land of Light: Israe...
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From Carr to Keneally: Labo...
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Gypsy Smith, His Life and Work
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“The cause of our suffering is not what we do, but the way we perceive.”
Rodney Smith, Stepping Out of Self-Deception: The Buddha's Liberating Teaching of No-Self

“Life responds when we risk”
Rodney Smith, Lessons from the Dying

“Most of us do not know how to die. It is not something we have rehearsed or practiced. We have a mind full of ideas about what will happen but little if any actual experience with the process. We need to have someone who knows, guides, teaches and reassures us, someone we can trust, someone who will stand naked with us, who will not be overwhelmed. The dying need much more than pat answers or good feelings. Their hearts call for someone who can open into the unknown, someone who will travel the road of fear with them. To find such a companion is a very rare and precious occurrence.”
Rodney Smith



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