Secrets of True Happiness - Tai Sheridan, Ph.D.

Secrets of True Happiness

By Tai Sheridan, Ph.D.

  • Release Date: 2011-12-18
  • Genre: Buddhism
4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 198 Ratings)
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Description

Poet-Philosopher and Zen Priest Tai Sheridan's 'Secrets of True Happiness' is a short, simple, and straight forward guide to becoming Truly Happy by living wisely. When you are truly happy you can be at ease in the world as a Buddha in Blue Jeans: a person of presence, openness, love, and benefit.

Topics include True Happiness; Wanting; Anger; Pride; Life and Death; Uncertainty; Change; Openness; Time; Creativity; Work; Family; Solitude; Nature; Love; Buddha in Blue Jeans is Truly Happy; A Wish for The World. The book is for people of any faith, religion, race, nationality, gender, relationship status, capacity, or meditation background.

Reviews

  • Lunch break read...

    5
    By ModDF_
    Simple yet inspiring.
  • Great read

    5
    By Zach80
    Short and concise, but profound and easy to understand
  • Necessary

    5
    By K. Devon
    Love it. A must read for those searching for inner peace and understanding.
  • Secrets of true happiness

    5
    By Want my money!!!
    This book is short n free it is what the world needs to hear n learn to be happy n real with life! ❤️😊♥️
  • Good reminders

    4
    By Bqaswww
    I enjoyed this little book. Thank you!
  • Secrets of True Happiness

    5
    By Ondrya
    Its understanding the essence of Happiness is found in this’s book poetic phrasing!!! I loved it!
  • Great little book

    5
    By Bradybonesss
    Poems are wonderful. Loved this book.
  • Wonderful short book

    4
    By AAPL Guy
    Love the poetic style. Very to the point and inspirational. Can read over again and again. It is like a prayer.
  • Inspirational

    2
    By Cathy Bunny
    I thank you for this. I attempting to find what I think is me. I may be wrong on the way I see myself, however, I do know how I feel inside, which causes me even greater conflict. No matter how I see or feel about myself, it is never correct. I am honestly at a loss. I suppose it does not matter as no one has lead me the right way yet. Keep on keeping on!!!

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