Book Review: Buddhism for Busy People, by David Michie

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on Jan 29, 2009
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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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