One World, Two Minds: Eastern and Western Outlooks in a Changing World
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One World, Two Minds: Eastern and Western Outlooks in a Changing World

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While cyberspace and concorde jets have made the world so small that East and West meet regularly, when it comes to understanding one another, the two worlds are as far apart as ever. This book deals in broad strokes with the major differences in the mindsets of the two groups, not to encourage prejudice, but to evaluate these world views.
Paperback, 64 pages
Published by OMF Books

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Rob
This is an excellent little book on the similarities and differences of Eastern and Western cultures. I love the format of this book as the author takes so many different areas of life and paints a picture of a Western view and then an Eastern view. Then, the author beautifully shows what it looks like when these two cultures come together in this area of life. Finally, for each area, the author also provides a biblical perspective of how we should think and/or act in this area of our lives. He...more
Scott Hayden
Feb 19, 2012 Scott Hayden rated it 5 of 5 stars
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A must read for everyone who works in an East-meets-West setting. I first read this little book right before moving to Thailand 15 years ago. I'm so glad I did. Now whenever I meet someone about to go to Asia, this is the first book that I recommend.

Lane paints in admittedly broad but useful strokes, the differences between Eastern and Western ideas and practice. In later chapters he explores these differences in different fields of thought from education to decision making to religion.
Alan
Very good and concise summary of the differences in thinking between the Western mind and the Eastern mind. It was very helpful to me for relating to my friends from Eastern cultures. The book could go into much more depth on each subject.
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