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True Love – Book Review

True Love

It is a concise book. If you have been a regular reader of Hindu literature – none of the writing is eye opening. The best thing about the book is how Thich Nhat Hanh can explain methods of meditation. I am not a Buddhist – but have read some Zen literature. I find their approach to mindfulness implementable.

The book has inputs for people across faiths and environments. Even though it’s a book that you can read in 1 sitting. It takes over 1 sitting to internalize the message.

This book has a similar writing style to Eckhart Tolle’s ‘Power of Now’. Even a similar premise.

This book, however, didn’t just concentrate on “Love” as the cliché subject from a relational point of view, but started with loving oneself, as the saying goes like: The longest way round is the shortest way home. 

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