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No Death, No Fear

No Death, No Fear

With hard-won wisdom and refreshing insight, Thich Nhat Hanh confronts a subject that has been contemplated by Buddhist monks and nuns for twenty-five-hundred years—and a question that has been pondered by almost anyone who has ever lived: What is death? In No Death, No Fear, the acclaimed teacher and poet examines our concepts of death, fear, and the very nature of existence. Through Zen parables, guided meditations, and personal stories, he explodes traditional myths of how we live and die. Thich Nhat Hanh shows us a way to live a life unfettered by fear.

Titulo:No Death, No Fear
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is a Vietnamese Buddhist monk, teacher, author, poet and peace activist who now lives in southwest France where he was in exile for many years. Born

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  • Lori

    Well, it has happened. I have reached the point in my life where death lurks closer and reaches out more frequently. This is not a happy topic; not many of us are calm in the face of it. But I am near...

  • Donna Quesada

    I use the charming stories in this book for my own classes. Of all the books on my bookshelf about Buddhism and emptiness, this is the one I turn to when I need to come back home. Simply told, clearly...

  • Karen Hogan

    "This body is not me, I am not caught in a body, I am life without boundaries, I have never been born, I will never die." This is the mantra behind this very enlightening book by the peaceful and love...

  • Kyle

    I've never read a "self-help" spiritual book before. I read several books on how to cope with coming out back in the day, but this was the first non-Christian text to cross my path. I am kinda speechl...

  • Danna

    Beautiful! I found that if I read a whole lot of chapters in one sitting as I usually do when I read, it seemed repetitive and could be viewed as not much different than dime-store self-help fodder as...

  • Melissa

    This book was amazing. Although I am familiar with Thich Nhat Hanh's work, I have never read a complete piece of his.Given to me about 10 years ago after my father passed away suddenly, I am only comp...

  • Larisa

    The book is filled with buddhist philosophy and it "drowns" you with reflections on life and death, while showcasing the practice of breathing.All in all, I cannot imagine a better way to define death...

  • Bria

    I'm not sure I buy it. It's fairly repetitive - in a way, it's effective, because it allows you time for the ideas to sink in and not just be words, and they certainly sound like just words, like just...

  • Fry (Evra) Morgan

    For once, I disagree with Hanh.Not an intense dogmatic disagreement, but a gentle difference in personal perspective."Our greatest fear is that when we die we will become nothing," states Hanh in the ...

  • Patience Thomas

    This book was recommended by a teacher who responded to my interest in gaining more acceptance of death. This book was reassuring that death is not the end but a continuation much like birth. For us t...

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