Going Home: Jesus and Buddha as Brothers

Going Home: Jesus and Buddha as Brothers❮Read❯ ➶ Going Home: Jesus and Buddha as Brothers ➺ Author Thich Nhat Hanh – Jobs-in-kingston.co.uk Exiled from Vietnam over thirty years ago, Thich Nhat Hanh has become known as a healer of the heart, a monk who shows us how the everyday world can both enrich and endanger our spiritual lives In Goi Jesus and PDF ↠ Exiled from Vietnam over thirty years ago, Thich Nhat Hanh has become known as a healer of the heart, a monk who shows us how the everyday world can both enrich and endanger our spiritual lives In Going Home he shows us the Going Home: MOBI :¿ relationship between Buddha and Jesus by presenting a conversation between the two In this unique way we learn how such concepts as resurrection and mindfulness converge The brotherhood between Jesus and Buddha can teach us to practice in such a way that Buddha is Home: Jesus and PDF ✓ born every moment of our daily life, that Jesus Christ is born every moment of our daily life. You love the apple yes, you are authorized to love the apple, but no one prevents you from also loving the mango This is a metaphor The apple represents your religion or the religion you were born into For me the apple is Christianity This shouldn t prevent me from trying new fruits like mango or Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, or Taoism We should only eat fruit that is healthy for us, and that will increase our compassion, meaning, and joy in this life It will be different for You love the apple yes, you are authorized to love the apple, but no one prevents you from also loving the mango This is a metaphor The apple represents your religion or the religion you were born into For me the apple is Christianity This shouldn t prevent me from trying new fruits like mango or Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, or Taoism We should only eat fruit that is healthy for us, and that will increase our compassion, meaning, and joy in this life It will be different for everybody but different does not mean wrong or inferior He discusses just in the first 8 pages noumenal vs phenomenal This is philosophy and it has to do with Kant and the critical, academic study of religion What is funny is, even a 5 year old child will grasp every word he says without feeling any bit of mental strain All this is linked to mindfulness and what we know about God and how we can in all sincerity talk about God as a being, the ground of our being, to use Paul Tilich s phrase Our goal here is to to touch God who is available to us t He discusses just in the first 8 pages noumenal vs phenomenal This is philosophy and it has to do with Kant and the critical, academic study of religion What is funny is, even a 5 year old child will grasp every word he says without feeling any bit of mental strain All this is linked to mindfulness and what we know about God and how we can in all sincerity talk about God as a being, the ground of our being, to use Paul Tilich s phrase Our goal here is to to touch God who is available to us twenty four hours a day, and our response of love is to touch God twenty four hours a day Normally I hate people who scribble in books, but while I was reading this I found myself picking up a pen and underlining parts of the text, because they struck me so deeply Here s some of what I underlined If you cannot love man, animals, and plants, I doubt that you can love God The capacity for loving God depends on your capacity for loving humankind and other species All the adjectives and nouns that we use to describe waves cannot be used to describe God We can say that this wave is Normally I hate people who scribble in books, but while I was reading this I found myself picking up a pen and underlining parts of the text, because they struck me so deeply Here s some of what I underlined If you cannot love man, animals, and plants, I doubt that you can love God The capacity for loving God depends on your capacity for loving humankind and other species All the adjectives and nouns that we use to describe waves cannot be used to describe God We can say that this wave is high or low, big or small, beautiful or ugly, has a beginning and an end But all these notions cannot be applied to water God is neither small nor big God has no beginning or end God is notor less beautiful All the ideas we use to describe the phenomenal world cannot be applied to God So it s very wise not to say anything about God To me the wisest theologian is the one who never speaks about God You have never been born and you are not going to die, because to die means from someone you suddenly become no one The moment you realize that your so called enemy suffers and you want him to stop suffering, he ceases to be your enemy enlightenment and happiness and insight are only possible on the basis of suffering and confusion The Buddha said it is because of the mud that the lotus can bloom When you begin to understand, when you have been able to free yourself from a notion, that is enlightenment Read for Buddhist Faith and Practice Thich Nhat Hanh is a Vietnamese Buddhist monk This book is culled from talks he gave at retreats He asks the reader to consider a conversation between Jesus and Buddha, where they discuss aspects of each religion, and how they often converge.3 Stars I m glad I read it. I am not a very religous person but if I were to back one particular religion it would be Buddism Thich Nhat Hanh looks at all religions and describes well how they all essential blend together The bottom line is that religion comes down to faith and without faith one has little to guide and push them to do well for themselves and others. A surprisingly humorous read It s good for stretching your philosophical perspectives. Most of the books I readthan 2 3 years ago I have only vague memories of I feel like I just read this one yesterday It was essentially the sole catalyst for reinvigorating my own faith practice I cannot explain what a powerful message this is, and the skill with which the author presents it return to what you know, but most importantly find some sort of practice In this day and age, growth spiritual, emotional, or otherwise is almost impossible without practice Everything from the Most of the books I readthan 2 3 years ago I have only vague memories of I feel like I just read this one yesterday It was essentially the sole catalyst for reinvigorating my own faith practice I cannot explain what a powerful message this is, and the skill with which the author presents it return to what you know, but most importantly find some sort of practice In this day and age, growth spiritual, emotional, or otherwise is almost impossible without practice Everything from the tone nonjudgemental, positive, inclusive to the dogma teachings mostly comparisons of Buddhism and Christianity are excellent I could go on and on, but you would be much better off spending your time reading this book I gave all my Thich Nhat Hanh books 5 star ratings, but this is my favorite of Nhat Hanh s books Beautifully written in a way that glorifies both traditions and denigrates neither. From the book Buddha and Jesus are two brothers who have to help each other Buddhism does need help Christianity does need help, not for the sake of Buddhism, not for the sake of Christianity, but for the sake of humankind. Here Be the Deep WatersSynopsis It s Christmastime, and Thich Nhat Hanh is ruminating about the similarities between Buddhism and Christianity, what brings them together and what would strengthen them as faith systems Thich Nhat Hanh s writings are always a little hard to follow Sometimes they get too ethereal even for me But the title was so intriguing, I had to give it a try As with any of his books, the goal for me was to take away nuggets of truth So, while it s unlikely you could form Here Be the Deep WatersSynopsis It s Christmastime, and Thich Nhat Hanh is ruminating about the similarities between Buddhism and Christianity, what brings them together and what would strengthen them as faith systems Thich Nhat Hanh s writings are always a little hard to follow Sometimes they get too ethereal even for me But the title was so intriguing, I had to give it a try As with any of his books, the goal for me was to take away nuggets of truth So, while it s unlikely you could form a coherent outline of Going Home Jesus and Buddha as Brothers, there was still so much I took away from it.I love the peaceful presence of Thich Nhat Hanh for one thing His commitment to bringing us to the highest ideals His understanding of human limitations, but his overriding belief that we can be our best selves I ve foundwisdom in the writings of Thich Nhat Hanh than I have found at times in those of the authors of my own faith history, further confirming my belief that all religions have something to teach us This was a unique book though, and it s probably best summed up in the last few pages What would happen if Jesus and the Buddha could sit down and have a conversation We d all have different opinions on that, but I bet the world would be a better place for it Much like the world would be a better place if we could all bewilling to sit down and converse, listen without needing to respond, respect without agreeing, dialogue without fighting

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    EPUB is an ebook file format that uses the epub between Buddha and Jesus by presenting a conversation between the two In this unique way we learn how such concepts as resurrection and mindfulness converge The brotherhood between Jesus and Buddha can teach us to practice in such a way that Buddha is Home: Jesus and PDF ✓ born every moment of our daily life, that Jesus Christ is born every moment of our daily life. You love the apple yes, you are authorized to love the apple, but no one prevents you from also loving the mango This is a metaphor The apple represents your religion or the religion you were born into For me the apple is Christianity This shouldn t prevent me from trying new fruits like mango or Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, or Taoism We should only eat fruit that is healthy for us, and that will increase our compassion, meaning, and joy in this life It will be different for You love the apple yes, you are authorized to love the apple, but no one prevents you from also loving the mango This is a metaphor The apple represents your religion or the religion you were born into For me the apple is Christianity This shouldn t prevent me from trying new fruits like mango or Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, or Taoism We should only eat fruit that is healthy for us, and that will increase our compassion, meaning, and joy in this life It will be different for everybody but different does not mean wrong or inferior He discusses just in the first 8 pages noumenal vs phenomenal This is philosophy and it has to do with Kant and the critical, academic study of religion What is funny is, even a 5 year old child will grasp every word he says without feeling any bit of mental strain All this is linked to mindfulness and what we know about God and how we can in all sincerity talk about God as a being, the ground of our being, to use Paul Tilich s phrase Our goal here is to to touch God who is available to us t He discusses just in the first 8 pages noumenal vs phenomenal This is philosophy and it has to do with Kant and the critical, academic study of religion What is funny is, even a 5 year old child will grasp every word he says without feeling any bit of mental strain All this is linked to mindfulness and what we know about God and how we can in all sincerity talk about God as a being, the ground of our being, to use Paul Tilich s phrase Our goal here is to to touch God who is available to us twenty four hours a day, and our response of love is to touch God twenty four hours a day Normally I hate people who scribble in books, but while I was reading this I found myself picking up a pen and underlining parts of the text, because they struck me so deeply Here s some of what I underlined If you cannot love man, animals, and plants, I doubt that you can love God The capacity for loving God depends on your capacity for loving humankind and other species All the adjectives and nouns that we use to describe waves cannot be used to describe God We can say that this wave is Normally I hate people who scribble in books, but while I was reading this I found myself picking up a pen and underlining parts of the text, because they struck me so deeply Here s some of what I underlined If you cannot love man, animals, and plants, I doubt that you can love God The capacity for loving God depends on your capacity for loving humankind and other species All the adjectives and nouns that we use to describe waves cannot be used to describe God We can say that this wave is high or low, big or small, beautiful or ugly, has a beginning and an end But all these notions cannot be applied to water God is neither small nor big God has no beginning or end God is notor less beautiful All the ideas we use to describe the phenomenal world cannot be applied to God So it s very wise not to say anything about God To me the wisest theologian is the one who never speaks about God You have never been born and you are not going to die, because to die means from someone you suddenly become no one The moment you realize that your so called enemy suffers and you want him to stop suffering, he ceases to be your enemy enlightenment and happiness and insight are only possible on the basis of suffering and confusion The Buddha said it is because of the mud that the lotus can bloom When you begin to understand, when you have been able to free yourself from a notion, that is enlightenment Read for Buddhist Faith and Practice Thich Nhat Hanh is a Vietnamese Buddhist monk This book is culled from talks he gave at retreats He asks the reader to consider a conversation between Jesus and Buddha, where they discuss aspects of each religion, and how they often converge.3 Stars I m glad I read it. I am not a very religous person but if I were to back one particular religion it would be Buddism Thich Nhat Hanh looks at all religions and describes well how they all essential blend together The bottom line is that religion comes down to faith and without faith one has little to guide and push them to do well for themselves and others. A surprisingly humorous read It s good for stretching your philosophical perspectives. Most of the books I readthan 2 3 years ago I have only vague memories of I feel like I just read this one yesterday It was essentially the sole catalyst for reinvigorating my own faith practice I cannot explain what a powerful message this is, and the skill with which the author presents it return to what you know, but most importantly find some sort of practice In this day and age, growth spiritual, emotional, or otherwise is almost impossible without practice Everything from the Most of the books I readthan 2 3 years ago I have only vague memories of I feel like I just read this one yesterday It was essentially the sole catalyst for reinvigorating my own faith practice I cannot explain what a powerful message this is, and the skill with which the author presents it return to what you know, but most importantly find some sort of practice In this day and age, growth spiritual, emotional, or otherwise is almost impossible without practice Everything from the tone nonjudgemental, positive, inclusive to the dogma teachings mostly comparisons of Buddhism and Christianity are excellent I could go on and on, but you would be much better off spending your time reading this book I gave all my Thich Nhat Hanh books 5 star ratings, but this is my favorite of Nhat Hanh s books Beautifully written in a way that glorifies both traditions and denigrates neither. From the book Buddha and Jesus are two brothers who have to help each other Buddhism does need help Christianity does need help, not for the sake of Buddhism, not for the sake of Christianity, but for the sake of humankind. Here Be the Deep WatersSynopsis It s Christmastime, and Thich Nhat Hanh is ruminating about the similarities between Buddhism and Christianity, what brings them together and what would strengthen them as faith systems Thich Nhat Hanh s writings are always a little hard to follow Sometimes they get too ethereal even for me But the title was so intriguing, I had to give it a try As with any of his books, the goal for me was to take away nuggets of truth So, while it s unlikely you could form Here Be the Deep WatersSynopsis It s Christmastime, and Thich Nhat Hanh is ruminating about the similarities between Buddhism and Christianity, what brings them together and what would strengthen them as faith systems Thich Nhat Hanh s writings are always a little hard to follow Sometimes they get too ethereal even for me But the title was so intriguing, I had to give it a try As with any of his books, the goal for me was to take away nuggets of truth So, while it s unlikely you could form a coherent outline of Going Home Jesus and Buddha as Brothers, there was still so much I took away from it.I love the peaceful presence of Thich Nhat Hanh for one thing His commitment to bringing us to the highest ideals His understanding of human limitations, but his overriding belief that we can be our best selves I ve foundwisdom in the writings of Thich Nhat Hanh than I have found at times in those of the authors of my own faith history, further confirming my belief that all religions have something to teach us This was a unique book though, and it s probably best summed up in the last few pages What would happen if Jesus and the Buddha could sit down and have a conversation We d all have different opinions on that, but I bet the world would be a better place for it Much like the world would be a better place if we could all bewilling to sit down and converse, listen without needing to respond, respect without agreeing, dialogue without fighting "/>
  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • Going Home: Jesus and Buddha as Brothers
  • Thich Nhat Hanh
  • English
  • 08 May 2017
  • 1573228303