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This is a small booklet of inspirational quotations given out for free.
Paperback, 100 pages
Published 2003 by The Corporation of Hwa Dzan Society (first published 2001)
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Daniel Alvarado
Sep 27, 2014 Daniel Alvarado rated it it was amazing
I carry this book with me everywhere I go. I still gain new insights every time I read through it. It has probably saved my life.
Sarah
Sep 09, 2016 Sarah rated it liked it
Another book I came across while I was organizing my books. I got it for free from the Lotus Tea House in Waterloo, where I would often go for their fantastic almond tea.

This is a book of quotations, some of which I like. For example,

Forgive and be free.
Forget that you have forgiven and be freer.


Hatred never ceases by hatred, but by love.


When praised by some and condemned by others, free the mind from hate and pride, and gently go your way in peace.


Others that are not so appealing to my Wes
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Chenley Cabaluna
Jun 04, 2014 Chenley Cabaluna rated it it was amazing
This book contains words of wisdom making you into a Buddha or enlightened one. This book is very applicable to your everyday life even though the words it contain are said or written thousands of years ago. Everyday, I still seek enlightenment, I still seek learning and knowledge. I am very grateful to my seatmate that gave me this book. It is for free and I never did anything to her except that I talked about how interested I am into Buddhism lol. Bless her soul.
Richard
May 21, 2013 Richard rated it liked it
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Got for free in a banh mi shop. A lot of the little things strike me as a little blah but there are some that resonate with me quite a bit. Worth having picked up for sure.
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a small book with some awesome thoughts...
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Simple but, equally, you need to read it with more than just your eyes :)
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Steve Kemp
Pocket size , but packed with inspiring quotes from the Buddha .
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