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The Art of Happiness

A Handbook For Living

by His Holiness The Dalai Lama, Howard C. Cutler, M.D.

The Art of Happiness
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  • First Published:
    Nov 1998, 322 pages
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    Nov 1999, 322 pages

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Kirconnell (04/16/07)

Inspiring
Absolutely wonderful! I felt happier before I was even halfway through the book. The Dalai Lama has such a compassionate, inspiring outlook on life that he makes you believe that you can do anything. He presents complex concepts in such a simple manner that even I understood them. Did I say that it was wonderful? It should be on everyone's bedside table for nightly reading.
john (04/22/04)

Excellente!
kristinak (06/21/03)

I recommend this book to all of the soul-searchers out there.It's wisdom you can read over and over.For years;)
Hector Ramirez (06/19/02)

Great book! In hard times, I recommedn this book to help with your suffering.

Anonymous (09/12/01)

Danny
The Art Of Happiness By Dalai Lama,isthe best and helpfull that i ever
read in my life.Because since me & my wife been separate six month ago
w/o the words of"Dalai Lama" in this book i dont know where i'm
now..Because he guide me in his wisdom to be happy and forget the hatred
on my mind.Besides i share all what i learened form this book to some of
my friend and its been blessing on me 'coz it works also to all my
friends in some other way personal or spiritual problem.And im still keep
telling to all my friends about how good preaher(Dalai Lama)he is,and how
valuable all his book,specially the"Art Of Happiness...
Anonymous (08/12/01)

Bernard Pollack
This is one of the most wonderful books I have ever read. There is so much we can learn from the Dalai Lama, he is a true example of the compassionate and non-violent attitude we must undertake if we are to survive the coming century. This book is a must read for those that are lonely, feel isolated, searching for love or meaning to there existence.
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