The Laughing Buddha

Invariably, our goal in life is to be free, but freedom should be the beginning and not the end of the enterprise. We tend to see freedom as something that lies at the end of lifelong achievement, but one must be free to see one’s foolishness, others’ foolishness…without condemnation. The ability to see clearly is not born out of thought, but out of intelligence.

This book helps you not only to freely look at daily incidents of life lightly, but at the same time frees you to look at life.

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