A Commuter's Guide to Enlightenment
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A Commuter's Guide to Enlightenment

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Blending spiritual wisdom with his own astute life observations from the road, Dr Bitkoff teaches readers how to live in the present and find joy in ordinary moments.
Paperback, 208 pages
Published March 8th 2008 by Llewellyn Publications (first published March 1st 2008)
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Julian Hadlow
An interesting book that is more of a series of short vignettes that are thought provoking. Each one is designed to make us think about various aspects of life from a traditional spiritual point of view.

Dr. Bitkoff uses his home turf of New York as an example, though the book applies for any metropolitan area. In particular, he uses his daily commute on the Major Deegan Expressway as his basis, hence the title "Commuters Guide to Enlightenment".

He also gives some simple exercises at the end of m...more
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