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Peace Is Every Step: The Path of Mindfulness in Everyday Life In The Rush Of Modern Life, We Tend To Lose Touch With The Peace That Is Available In Each Moment World Renowned Zen Master, Spiritual Leader, And Author Thich Nhat Hanh Shows Us How To Make Positive Use Of The Very Situations That Usually Pressure And Antagonize Us For Him A Ringing Telephone Can Be A Signal To Call Us Back To Our True Selves Dirty Dishes, Red Lights, And Traffic Jams Are Spiritual Friends On The Path To Mindfulness The Process Of Keeping Our Consciousness Alive To Our Present Experience And Reality The Most Profound Satisfactions, The Deepest Feelings Of Joy And Completeness Lie As Close At Hand As Our Next Aware Breath And The Smile We Can Form Right NowLucidly And Beautifully Written, Peace Is Every Step Contains Commentaries And Meditations, Personal Anecdotes And Stories From Nhat Hanh S Experiences As A Peace Activist, Teacher, And Community Leader It Begins Where The Reader Already Is In The Kitchen, Office, Driving A Car, Walking A Part And Shows How Deep Meditative Presence Is Available Now Nhat Hanh Provides Exercises To Increase Our Awareness Of Our Own Body And Mind Through Conscious Breathing, Which Can Bring Immediate Joy And Peace Nhat Hanh Also Shows How To Be Aware Of Relationships With Others And Of The World Around Us, Its Beauty And Also Its Pollution And Injustices The Deceptively Simple Practices Of Peace Is Every Step Encourage The Reader To Work For Peace In The World As He Or She Continues To Work On Sustaining Inner Peace By Turning The Mindless Into The MindFUL


About the Author: Thich Nhat Hanh

Th ch Nh t H nh 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 Nguy n Xu n B o, Th ch Nh t H nh joined a Zen Vietnamese Thi n monastery at the age of 16, and studied Buddhism as a novitiate Upon his ordination as a monk in 1949, he assumed the Dharma name Th ch Nh t H nh Th ch is an honorary



10 thoughts on “Peace Is Every Step: The Path of Mindfulness in Everyday Life

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    I first read this book in college, when my friend Maran told me it was her favorite book ever It s a little book, and I finished it quickly, and while I really liked it, not much of it stuck with me It wasn t until I read it again that I realized how genius it really is I m never going to be a Buddhist monk, or even a proper Buddhist, but Thich Nhat Hanh talks about slowing down, connecting with the moment, and how to deal with stre


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    Thank you, my dear and gentle friend from over on the other side of the world Only today have I remembered how I savoured your hopeful words in this book so many years ago.But with those wonderful memories there springs up the bitter taste of the hard and unforgiving workaday world I daily inhabited at that time.And as the noise of that world rose to a deafening crescendo, I turned and this will sound strange to your saintly ears to the com


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    when you plant lettuce, if it does not grow well, you don t blame the lettuce you look into the reasons it is not doing well it may need fertilizer, or water, or less sun you never blame the lettuce yet if we have problems with our friends or our family, we blame the other person but if we know how to take care of them, they will grow well, like lettuce blaming has no positive effect at all, nor does trying to persuade using reason and arguments t


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    Peace is every step that you makewhen you take your brother s handand give him a plate of foodor a handful of clothingAnd the peace is therewhen you shelter him from the stormwhether it is in his heart or on the landPeace is every step when you breathe in and when you breathe outnot thinking of your angeronly of solutions.And when you shelter yourself from the stormyou shelter all bygiving them a way to continue on written by Jessica slade 2017Many years h


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    Thich Nhat Hanh s writing is deceptive in its subtlety He ll go on and on with stories about tree hugging or metaphors involving raw potatoes he ll tell you how to eat mindfully, even how to breathe and walk he ll suggest looking closely at a flower and to see the sun as your heart As the Zen teacher Richard Baker commented, however, Nhat Hanh is a cross between a cloud, a snail, and piece of heavy machinery Sooner or later, it begins to sink in that Nhat Hanh is


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    This book is full of beneficial guidelines for living a mindful, peaceful life and helping those around you do the same Even if it confirms what you already know, it is a pleasurable read and a beautiful inspiration to actively appreciate the positive aspects of living.Like most other Buddhist works, it is centered around living in the present I wasn t expecting him to devote a section to the idea of hope as an obstacle, but it made good sense It s very easy to keep looki


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    This is the second Thich Nhat Hanh book I read in a a month, and I have to say I like his writing This book is a bit simpler than the one I read last It doesn t cover as much ground, but what it does cover, it does so beautifully.He talks about his view of life, activism, and Buddhism without being overly preachy And he also talks about his life, and he has lead an interesting one Because of his work during the Vietnam war he can t go back to his native country It seems that beca


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    Some of Thich Nhat Hanh s writings are mostly informational, like Old Path, White Clouds, his biography of the Buddha Others, like this book, are meant to be experienced In each short section of this book, Thich Nhat Hanh tells a story, or seeks to describe an experience to which the reader may relate Some of them, like washing the dishes, deal with being in the present moment, and being deeply involved in whatever one is doing solely for the joy of having that experience Others,


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    I can t tell if he sounds pop because pop buddism followed him or if he is advocating buddism lite He ideas are certainly beautiful and his personal history is amazing though a few less references by his followers to his nomination for a nobel peace prize would be welcome My problem comes from the fact that I m not sure I could be around him or those who follow him for long without going batshit crazy Maybe i am not that peaceful


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