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Red Bull to Buddha: Innovation and the Search for Wisdom

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Feeling alienated and lost by how greed caused so much global suffering, David did the unthinkable when the economy crashed. He left a great job and bought a one-way ticket to Southeast Asia and India in search of wisdom-the essence of all religious traditions, foundation for real freedom and democracy, and the trait required for leadership in a world constantly being ...more
Paperback, 194 pages
Published July 23rd 2013 by Social Meditate
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Manu Prasad
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I came across this book thanks to an article on the web that quoted a paragraph from this book. The paragraph comes pretty late in the book and deals with the 'cycles of birth and death' tenet in Hinduism. It is indeed one of the several bright sparks in the book.
Let's start from the beginning. It's pretty much the typical 'story' of a Westerner feeling disgusted with the levels of greed and materialism rampant in the US suddenly deciding to drop everything and come to the East for 'the answer'.
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“Although we cannot stop the rapid pace of innovation, we can make wise choices regarding how to remain grounded and resist being drawn into reactionary modes of behavior trying to constantly keep up. ” 1 likes
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