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Read Who Ordered This Truckload of Dung? by Brahm for free with a 30 day free trial. Read unlimited* books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and. Don't know of a pdf.. but if anyone buys through terney.info use ANY . if he ahs not, then his books belong on the same pile of dung. The pieces in the international bestseller Who Ordered This Truckload of .. truck just keeps on dumping its dung on a fairly regular" - which explains why.

Shelves: okc , to-enjoy-again Hm. Can't write a proper review. Ok, comments only, and out of order. Know that I'm seriously considering adding this to my Wishlist to Buy shelf. And, yes, sometimes items from that do actually get bought. So, that's high praise. Know, also, that I've been looking forward to reading this for years, ever since it was a GR giveaway and I did not win, but this is the first time I've had access to a library copy. So, years of expectation and it did not disappoint. Um, most of the advice is familiar t Hm. Most is also pretty darn universal and almost self-evident. But: Brahm Ajahn seems to be a sort of title, meaning something like 'teacher'? And the thing is, though these are mostly lessons we know at least if we've been raising children, exploring identies, or doing any other sort of thoughtful refections , they are not necessarily lessons we're applying to our lives. And after reading Brahm's stories, I feel as if I'll be able to remember several of the things he's said, and actually apply them, and actually experience life more joyfully.

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And the thing is, though these are mostly lessons we know at least if we've been raising children, exploring identies, or doing any other sort of thoughtful refections , they are not necessarily lessons we're applying to our lives.

And after reading Brahm's stories, I feel as if I'll be able to remember several of the things he's said, and actually apply them, and actually experience life more joyfully.

I would be even more likely to apply and enjoy them if I owned the book and could read one story each day, spending the day thinking about it in the back of my mind, sort of like Devotional readings. Again, though, these are not spiritual, much less Christian; they're universal.

The sub-title is important.

Not just coping or overcoming. But we can absolutely learn from his book how to walk that path, approach that goal Unfortunately, I do have to say that the biggest personal challenge I'm facing right now at age 55, with a retired husband and an almost empty nest and my own ill-health and personal demons is one that I cannot find addressed by any of the stories in Brahm's book.

Which is another reason to consider buying it. Btw, I did learn a fair little bit of what it means to be the kind of Buddhist monk that Brahm is, and that was fascinating.

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And no one is more surprised than they themselves that they can keep their heads above water. Just enter parinibbana now, just disappear. I will not leave this life until I have established the bhikkhu sangha, bhikkhuni sangha, laymen, and laywomen Buddhists: the four pillars of Buddhism.

There are lots and lots of bhikkhunis enlightened, lots of bhikkhus enlightened, great laymen and laywomen Buddhists. We have lost one, so every Buddhist who has faith in the Buddha should actually help the Buddha re-establish the bhikkhuni sangha. It was his mission, [but] because of history his mission has been thwarted.

All religions are brothers and sisters, so we care for one another. So may violence and mistrust disappear and kindness and love and helping one another prevail. Mindfulness is part of a great training which is called Buddhism, and to actually take away mindfulness from Buddhism is unhelpful, inaccurate, and deceiving — mindfulness is a cultural heritage of Buddhism.

Practicing mindfulness without wisdom and compassion is not enough.

He is currently working with monks and nuns of all Buddhist traditions in the Australian Sangha Association. And the thing is, though these are mostly lessons we know at least if we've been raising children, exploring identies, or doing any other sort of thoughtful refections , they are not necessarily lessons we're applying to our lives.

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And after reading Brahm's stories, I feel as if I'll be able to remember several of the things he's said, and actually apply them, and actually experience life more joyfully.

I would be even more likely to apply and enjoy them if I owned the book and could read one story each day, spending the day thinking about it in the back of my mind, sort of like Devotional readings.

Again, though, these are not spiritual, much less Christian; they're universal. The sub-title is important. Not just coping or overcoming.

But we can absolutely learn from his book how to walk that path, approach that goal Unfortunately, I do have to say that the biggest personal challenge I'm facing right now at age 55, with a retired husband and an almost empty nest and my own ill-health and personal demons is one that I cannot find addressed by any of the stories in Brahm's book.

Which is another reason to consider buying it. Btw, I did learn a fair little bit of what it means to be the kind of Buddhist monk that Brahm is, and that was fascinating.