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Are you looking for inner peace, a mental and emotional calmness that would take away your worries, anxieties and restless thinking? A book for people who wish to improve the quality of their life, and aspire for inner peace, sanity, and harmony in their daily life. It is also of a great value for people who wish to make progress on the path of spirituality and meditation, Are you looking for inner peace, a mental and emotional calmness that would take away your worries, anxieties and restless thinking?

It is also of a great value for people who wish to make progress on the path of spirituality and meditation, and who aspire for deeper spiritual awareness.

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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about peace of mind in daily life , please sign up. Be the first to ask a question about peace of mind in daily life. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. All Languages. More filters. Sort order. Sandro Naasi rated it it was amazing Sep 19, Sami Huq rated it it was amazing Jun 15, JL rated it really liked it Sep 16, Prasad rated it it was amazing Nov 19, Success Obodo rated it it was amazing Jan 23, Qatarlove rated it did not like it Jul 26, Dario Dilber rated it it was amazing Dec 29, Binda Goswami rated it liked it Jan 19, Abhishek jain rated it really liked it Jun 19, Disha rated it it was amazing Dec 11, Lisa marked it as to-read Aug 04, Mounika is currently reading it Oct 26, Adnan Malik marked it as to-read Dec 02, Tehmina marked it as to-read Feb 23, Kevin Harper marked it as to-read Apr 24, Thich Nhat Hanh's writing is deceptive in its subtlety.

He'll go on and on with stories about tree-hugging or metaphors involving raw potatoes; he'll tell you how to eat mindfully, even how to breathe and walk; he'll suggest looking closely at a flower and to see the sun as your heart. As the Zen teacher Richard Baker commented, however, Nhat Hanh is "a cross between a cloud, a snail, and piece of heavy machinery.

Through his cute stories and compassionate admonitions, he gradually builds up to his philosophy of interbeing, the notion that none of us is separately, but rather that we inter-are. The ramifications are explosive. How can we mindlessly and selfishly pursue our individual ends, when we are inextricably bound up with everyone and everything else?

We see an enemy not as focus of anger but as a human with a complex history, who could be us if we had the same history. Suffice it to say, that after reading Peace Is Every Step, you'll never look at a plastic bag the same way again, and you may even develop a penchant for hugging trees.

Feb 17, PlatKat rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Recommended to PlatKat by: My old boss from back in the day. This book is full of beneficial guidelines for living a mindful, peaceful life and helping those around you do the same. Even if it confirms what you already know, it is a pleasurable read and a beautiful inspiration to actively appreciate the positive aspects of living.

Like most other Buddhist works, it is centered around living in the present. I wasn't expecting him to devote a section to the idea of hope as an obstacle, but it made good sense. It's very easy to keep looking toward tomorrow, w This book is full of beneficial guidelines for living a mindful, peaceful life and helping those around you do the same. It's very easy to keep looking toward tomorrow, wishing for better days, but in doing that you're practicing avoidance.

Facing your current situation and dealing with it head-on isn't always easy, but it's heavily encouraged here. I also appreciated Thich Nhat Hanh's encouragement to eliminate distractions. We waste so much time being "entertained" that we forget to live our own lives to the fullest. Not being a fan of most television programming myself, I am all for turning off the TV and foregoing the 40, some-odd murders we see a year, the 80, or so companies shoving products and services in our faces that we must "download now," and the made-up numbers I use to talk about these unnecessary absurdities.

What's more dangerous than violence and guerrilla advertising, I think, is what we neglect when we decide we'd rather be entertained than really alive. When we fall into the fantasy worlds TV, games, and online environments provide, we are putting aside the important people who comprise our actual worlds.

If you have 30 minutes to kill, why not take a walk or write a letter to someone you haven't seen in awhile? Even if you're dirt poor and in the middle of nowhere, you can still meditate. It'll clear out your mind and improve your mood over whatever the latest reality show is pushing. Another main point of this book is to deepen your understanding of your friends and enemies alike.

And then, it's not enough to just understand, you have to act on this understanding. In order to reconcile your differences, you have to talk to the other person to test your real strength. Having the peace of mind to do this in a calm, well-executed fashion is tough, but when you come upon challenges like this, it is comforting to have this simple yet powerful book to lay the framework for some good meditation sessions. At this point in my life where everything seems to be in upheaval, it's nice to remember that I can decide to be centered whenever I want.

I need not depend on outside circumstances or other people to relax and find my own true happiness. View all 3 comments. This book is a bit simpler than the one I read last. He talks about his view of life, activism, and Buddhism without being overly preachy. And he also talks about his life, and he has lead an interesting one.

Peace is every step is an idea that is central to his views on life. There are so many people that let anger, and hate do their driving, too many resorting to killing because of it.

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How much of it, is their anger, and how much of it is inherited? However a person gets to the point of letting their anger do the driving, it too often ends up making things even worse.

In short, this book is not that heavy on Buddhism. It centers more around mindfulness, and how to find it. There are times when he paint a little bit too rosy picture for me, but most of the time I just think what he says is beautiful, and I think he does have a point about a lot of things. I really liked it. Aug 09, Maureen rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Others, like this book, are meant to be experienced.

In each short section of this book, Thich Nhat Hanh tells a story, or seeks to describe an experience to which the reader may relate. Some of them, like washing the dishes, deal with being in the present moment, and being deeply involved in whatever one is doing solely for the joy of having that experience.

Others, like his descriptions of a sheet of paper or eating a tangerine, show the interconnectedness of life. In the case of the sheet of paper, the sun, the rain, the tree, the man who cut the tree down, and other factors go into the making of the paper.

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Without the "non-paper" elements, the paper would not be. Contemplation of a tangerine is another favorite: They contemplated not just the fruit in their hands, but also its mother, the tree that bore the fruit.

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Then they visualized the blossoms in the sunshine and the rain, and the growth of the tiny fruit. Then the children were invited to peel the tangerine, taking in the sensations of the spray of the mist from the peel, the smell of the fruit, and its texture. Finally, they were invited to taste it. I have eaten a tangerine with Thich Nhat Hanh, and if the exercise is entered into sincerely, it is a mind-blowing experience. To think that this man who has such a deep reverence for the simplest things of life has also endured the self-immolation of his brothers in the Order of Interbeing in protest of the war in his homeland, the tragedy of the Vietnamese boat people, and life for so many years in exile, brings an almost unendurable sorrow.

And yet, the tangerine remains.

Aug 01, Gretchen rated it liked it. I can't tell if he sounds "pop" because pop-buddism followed him or if he is advocating "buddism lite. My problem comes from the fact that I'm not sure I could be around him or those who follow him for long without going batshit crazy.

Maybe i am not that peaceful. Aug 25, Max rated it liked it. In the beginning of my studying of Buddhism, I quickly came to appreciate Hanh as a wise Buddhist Monk. I've watched many of his video interviews and lectures. This was the first book of his that I read. I was excited at first to begin reading and learning, but quickly I realized that this wasn't the book for me. It's too simplistic, and not in a good way. Although some might say that over complicating peace and mindfulness is exactly what Hanh would advise against, I would argue that some conte In the beginning of my studying of Buddhism, I quickly came to appreciate Hanh as a wise Buddhist Monk.

Although some might say that over complicating peace and mindfulness is exactly what Hanh would advise against, I would argue that some content needs to be expanded upon, rather than narrated as though this is a children's book. His silly metaphors and examples of speaking to inanimate objects just didn't appeal to me.

If you have any prior knowledge of Buddha's teachings, you will likely not learn much from this book. It's difficult to give this book a numerical rating, since it probably means different things to different people.

Perhaps if you are experiencing a particularly difficult time in your life, or you're being challenged with stressful situations, this book could help guide you towards inner peace. In which case this book is 4 stars. If you're like me and you're seeking to learn more about Buddhism or Hanh's teachings beyond the most basic theories of mindfulness, this book may be not be for you. In which case this book is 1 star. Jun 16, Larry Bassett rated it liked it Shelves: I am not much of one for mindfulness and meditation.

But this audible book contains some beautiful language and suggestions about how to live life. It is something to be aware of your breathing in and breathing out. It is something to be aware that everything is part of everything else.

The book is not complicated and the chapters are short but the thinking is deep. There is a challenge here about some different ways to view the world and your role in it. Jan 10, Gauri rated it it was amazing Shelves: Hanh is a Vietnamese Buddhist monk who led the effort towards peace during the Vietnam war, and has worked for many years in other countries to help refugees and to spread his philosophy of peace.

In this book, he speaks about the individual's journey towards inner peace. He maintains that to achieve peace around the world, individuals themselves must achieve inner peace, because peace is not something you can will to exist or force on others, but is rather, a collective understanding of one ano Hanh is a Vietnamese Buddhist monk who led the effort towards peace during the Vietnam war, and has worked for many years in other countries to help refugees and to spread his philosophy of peace.

He maintains that to achieve peace around the world, individuals themselves must achieve inner peace, because peace is not something you can will to exist or force on others, but is rather, a collective understanding of one another in societies and between societies.

This philosophy reminds me of Rumi's quote, "Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world; today I am wise, so I am changing myself. The first part of this book discusses the the basics of meditation and what mindfulness is. Meditation is not actually just the act of sitting down and concentrating on one's breath, but can also be being aware of oneself throughout the day and being aware of the details around oneself.

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Breathing is a method to be aware of oneself, and by practicing conscious breathing during parts of the day, you can know that you are truly in the present and the world is truly here. Appreciation starts in the present. The second part of the book discusses how this practice can be used during intensely emotional or violent situations, either within yourself of between others. The version of me from a year ago would've been resentful towards Hanh's writing, insisting that no one can demand this sort of behavior from me if the rest of the world is so terrible.

But now, I understand. No one is demanding this out of me. I behave peacefully and become peaceful to take care of my own mind and self and to not torture myself with ill feelings.

As for the rest of the world, how I deal with conflict and how I impact others can be improved through my peaceful behavior. The third part of the book discusses the interconnected-ness of a human being to other human beings and other aspects of the world.

To read this book, I depended on a publishing house to develop this ink on this paper. To get this paper, I depended on a logger to cut a tree. To have that tree, I depended on the soil, the clouds, and the Sun. In addition, the crime of others are not entirely their fault; though they must accept the responsibility of their actions, we must also realize that society had a role in cultivating such violence.

The wealth of others does mean the poverty of the rest. Ultimately, I am very, very glad that someone recommended this book to me.

This has given me so much to work with everyday. As a young person, I seek to shape my mind to understand the complexities and nuances of the world and understand myself and my actions.

I now would like to learn more about mindfulness, meditation, and Buddhism. View all 4 comments.

Jun 20, Lorraine rated it it was amazing. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. A life changing book. He shares thoughts on how we can live in peace and harmony despite the uncomfortable emotions we experience on a daily basis. I love this book so much that I plan on downloading several copies for all of my family members to read. Get ready to be transformed!

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May 08, Carol rated it it was amazing. I loved this gem of a book. Each tiny chapter give you something to reflect upon for weeks. It is about finding peace and happiness in your life and sharing that with the world. He talks about the importance of mindfulness so you can be aware of your inter-relatedness in the entire universe. This book was a Mother's Day gift one year ago and it added greater peace and understanding to my life. Apr 26, Sarah rated it it was amazing Shelves: A beautiful little book, this is.

Few people would argue if you told them life feels like chaos sometimes. Or maybe all the time. Particularly in our lovely little over-caffeinated, double-booked, mindless-drone American society, slowing down is practically Original Sin because everyone knows that lunch breaks and adequate sleep predicated the fall of mankind, duh.

But why do this to ourselves? And, ultimately, to each o A beautiful little book, this is. And, ultimately, to each other? And to the planet that we call home? A little focus on my breath to calm that cyclone is well worth the price of a few minutes. Who knew?! Shocking that all this is shocking, by the way. Doing and being good in this world takes presence of mind and a steadfast sense of interconnectedness inter-being, as it were.

Thich Nhat Hanh tells us that this is all possible if we take a minute to slow our roll, inhale some air, and reacquaint ourselves with beautiful, terrifying, oh-so-vast Reality. Aug 17, Eme Morato rated it it was amazing. A book that I think would make a difference in our modern day civilization if only more people would read it.

It is a book of reminders, but not just any reminders, fundamental and essential reminders. We are reminded to breathe deeply and learn to be at peace and experience joy with the present moment.

We are reminded of how many of our lives are overflowing with blessings that could easily make us weep in appreciation and gratefulness. We have food, we still have some Nature around us we shou A book that I think would make a difference in our modern day civilization if only more people would read it.

We have food, we still have some Nature around us we should definitely work to take a much deeper care of her , some of us have family close to us, and many other treasures that we usually forget to value as such in our daily lives. By remembering to stop and having a look at all of these amazing blessings, our lives improve dramatically, no pay raise involved, no new sports car needed, or no fancy jewelry required.

The key to happiness, and therefore to collective peace, then, is simply creating a daily habit of breathing and noticing how fortunate we are. From this we will also garner the strength needed to face our daily challenges. This is the gift that this book gave me. Feb 07, Rivera Sun rated it it was amazing. Thich Nhat Hanh is an inspirational soul. This book is so simply profound. Interspersed with lovely requests, plain English meditations for ordinary people, and tremendously powerful short anecdotes about his life experiences, this book grabs the roots of peace, and plants them in your soul.

I highly recommend this book to everyone.

Evita ser intolerante o estar limitado a tus opiniones presentes. La verdad se fundamenta en la vida, no solo en el conocimiento conceptual. Disponte de estar aprendiendo durante toda la vida y a observar a un tiempo tu realidad y la del mundo". No pierdas conciencia de la existencia del sufrimiento en la realidad mundial.

No pronuncies palabras que provoquen divisiones u odios. No propagues noticias que no sepas si son ciertas. Di siempre la verdad y habla constructivamente. Halla todos los medios posibles para proteger la vida y evitar la guerra".

Respeta la propiedad ajena, pero evita que haya quien se enriquezca con el sufrimiento humano o con el de cualquier otro ser". Aprende a tratarlo con respeto. No lo veas como un instrumento. Medita acerca del mundo al que vas a traer estas nuevas vidas". Originally I heard about this book from another author that I was really, still am, enjoying her book "writing begins with the breath" by Laraine Herring. I was pleased to know that in reading this book I will get some skills in towards enhancing my writing, some skills in mindfulness and some skills so that I may grow as a Christian and human being in my development journey.

He told his students, "J Originally I heard about this book from another author that I was really, still am, enjoying her book "writing begins with the breath" by Laraine Herring. He told his students, "Just the way he opens the door and enters a room demonstrates his understanding. He is a true monk. What can these Buddhists teach me about peace? Peace and happiness are available if I can only quiet my distracted thinking long enough to come back to the present moment and notice the blue sky, the child's smile, the beautiful sunrise.

The book is simply teaching me how to just live, and live in the present moment. I only need to be awake, alive in the present moment. There are no amount of things I can pile up in order to acquire peace and happiness as they are both mine to claim now. What better way to start the day than with a smile? My smile here affirms my determination and awareness to live in peace and joy.

The source of a true smile is an awakened mind. A smile will relax all the muscles in my face; it will banish all worries and fatigue. There is no better gift to give to our family as well as people overall than the gift our awareness, our smile.

Then he teaches me a number of breathing techniques. Just that. Breathing in is my in-breath and breathing out is my out-breath.

I don't have to repeat the whole sentence; I can just use two words, "In" and "Out". Sometimes my mind is thinking of one thing and my body is doing another, and this would mean that mind and body are not unified. My goal is to bring them together, and become whole again. Breathing in, I calm my body. Breathing out, I smile.

My appointment with life is in the present moment, hence, peace is every step of the way. Oct 06, Arizona Mildman rated it it was amazing. Thich Nhat Hanh writes this as if we were completely without any knowledge of Buddhism. He could have called it Simple Meditation Made Easy. I have studied meditation and it is normally taught by people who complicate the process so they can teach you the "proper" way to do it. Hanh teaches that simple breathing is the key. He teaches mindfulness in walking, driving, housework, any occasion and makes it so simple anyone, including me can follow and successfully be enjoying deep meditation by the Thich Nhat Hanh writes this as if we were completely without any knowledge of Buddhism.

He teaches mindfulness in walking, driving, housework, any occasion and makes it so simple anyone, including me can follow and successfully be enjoying deep meditation by the end of the book in as long as it takes you to read and practice about 40 minutes a day. It slows down your breathing and thinking and allows you to successfully stop mindless thought that are the seeds of good and bad and helps us decide how to unlock the use of the right way.

One who has studied Buddhism for years gets as much out of this book because without the complicated mythology and confusing behavior taught by some dharma teachers, one gets to hear the dharma in a way that ultimately made more sense to me in a few hours than I had learned in years of study with some teachers.

Basing all of his works on the four noble truths and the eightfold path, one can't really go wrong in absorbing all of Thich Nhat Hanh's writings. Apr 02, Rebecca rated it really liked it Recommended to Rebecca by: I have always been a proponent for breathing. No, seriously. I have had bouts with allergies and asthma and have felt the terror of gasping for a breath Conscious breathing can be powerful.

Breathing in and out is very important, and it is enjoyable. Our breathing is the link between our body and our mind Just breathing and smiling can make us ve I have always been a proponent for breathing.Therefore, the person who is angry with you, who dislikes and wants to harm you is incredibly precious and kind.

You should at least remember the kindness of your employer, the person who gives you your job. Thanks for telling us about the problem. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

Think how pitiful he is and generate the thought of compassion. Do you yearn for a mind that is more focused and a soul able to put down that IPhone and simply rejoice in the good and the true? I definitely recommend this to a friend or anyone who needs peace in their lives

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