Heart Is Noble Changing the World from the Inside Out

ISBN-10: 1611800013
ISBN-13: 9781611800012
Edition: 2013
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Book details

List price: $25.95
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: Shambhala Publications, Incorporated
Publication date: 2/19/2013
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 216
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.484
Language: English

"This is not a book about Buddhism. I don't want to talk about Buddhist theory or practice, but about our experience of life. The shared ground we all meet on is our shared concern about our lives and our world, rather than philosophical views. On that ground, we can meet as friends."--from the IntroductionFocusing on developing an open heart toward all others, the Karmapa, a youthful Tibetan Buddhist leader, offers encouragement to look at the causes of the world's problems and to take small steps toward changing systems and ways of thinking that seem immovable. Speaking from his experience growing up as a nomad on the Tibetan plains, and then living in monasteries in Tibet and India, the author shares his perspective on habits of consumption in different parts of the world, and how wealthy societies subjugate impoverished societies without being aware of it. The book is based on intensive conversations held during a month-long session where a group of American college seniors met with the Karmapa. The guidance presented here is timely and inspiring for anyone who feels helpless in the face of global changes.Topics addressed by the Karmapa include the importance of healthy, honest relationships; exposing the causes of greed and consumerism; how to find meaningful livelihood; protection of the natural environment; the meaning of social justice, as well as justice in food and fuel production; and how to sustain a lifetime of kind and compassionate activity.

Foreword
Editors' Preface
Editors' Introduction
Our Shared Ground
A Meaningful Life: Anything Is Possible
Healthy Relationships: Orienting Ourselves toward Others
Gender Identities: It's All in the Mind
Consumerism and Greed: Contentment Is the Best Wealth
Social Action: Caring for All
Environmental Protection: Cultivating New Feelings for the Earth
Food Justice: Healing the Cycles of Hunger and Harm
Conflict Resolution: Anger Is the Problem
Spiritual Paths: Integrating Life and Spirituality
Sustainable Compassion: Grounding Ourselves in Courage and Joy
Living the Teachings
Editors' Acknowledgments
A Biography of His Holiness the Karmapa
Editors' and Translators' Biographies

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