Book Review: Buddhism for Busy People, by David Michie

Via on Jan 29, 2009

Review via Marin Campbell, from the Holiday 08 issue

This is an “unashamedly personal account,” and who can resist a good confession? Poignant but entertaining, informative but not pedantic—these were among the fastest 200+ pages I ever read. If Buddhism is a “mirror,” then Michie kindly holds it up for the reader. Here’s the essence of Buddhism, and better—why it matters and how to access it. Published by Snow Lion, on acid-free, recycled-content paper.

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