David Carlyle





David Carlyle



Average rating: 3.56 · 224 ratings · 30 reviews · 16 distinct works · Similar authors
Islas en el cielo (Skyland,...

3.47 avg rating — 103 ratings — published 2009 — 6 editions
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La nave delle tempeste (Sky...

3.39 avg rating — 49 ratings — published 2010 — 6 editions
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Zen Buddhism - No Buddha: L...

3.86 avg rating — 21 ratings — published 2014
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Grief, Meth, Addiction, God...

3.22 avg rating — 9 ratings — published 2014
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Zen, Truth And Spirituality...

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La guerra dell'acqua (Skyla...

3.30 avg rating — 10 ratings — published 2011 — 2 editions
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Box Set: 4 Books On Zen Bud...

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Atheism & The Spiritual Ath...

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Meditation For Beginners An...

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Another Land: Patersons in ...

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“The idea that I am a bad person or exhibiting poor character traits by my disdain for someone can be irrelevant and false. If I meet someone I immediately dislike, for what ever reason, but I am polite and courteous, helpful and pleasant then I have been polite, courteous, helpful and pleasant. This is not at all the same as then finding someone else to gossip with and verbalize my disdain for that person. It is certainly not the same as being outright rude to that person. What I have thought is of no consequence here. My actions show who I am, not my thoughts.   The same can be said of the basic premise of being spiritual itself. If I seek to be spiritual and yet find no time in my life for reflection on what this should and does mean to me am I being spiritual at all? The actions we relate to as being spiritual are the natural outcome of such reflection in our lives. When we are true to our own sense of integrity we naturally find compassion for others.”
David Carlyle, Box Set: 4 Books On Zen Buddhism, Meditation & Spirituality: Zen Truth & Spirituality, Zen Buddhism No Buddha, Meditation For Beginners, Atheism & Spirituality ... Meditation, Life Choices Book 6)

“Our ego is stroked and cultivated to the point we don’t even notice that we are being manipulated by advertising departments and huge corporations. Our friends and family support the system with their participation and we accept it all as part of the great social experiment called democracy and capitalism.”
David Carlyle, Box Set: 4 Books On Zen Buddhism, Meditation & Spirituality: Zen Truth & Spirituality, Zen Buddhism No Buddha, Meditation For Beginners, Atheism & Spirituality ... Meditation, Life Choices Book 6)

“For spirituality is not believing in any one thing in particular, spirituality is being true to our innate sense of truth and of what that actual truth is.”
David Carlyle, Box Set: 4 Books On Zen Buddhism, Meditation & Spirituality: Zen Truth & Spirituality, Zen Buddhism No Buddha, Meditation For Beginners, Atheism & Spirituality ... Meditation, Life Choices Book 6)



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