Reflections from the Journey of Life: Collected Sayings of the Dalai Lama (Paperback)

By Dalai Lama, Catherine Barry (Editor), Joseph Rowe (Translator)
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Reflections from the Journey of Life presents quotations from the Dalai Lama selected from personal conversations with editor Catherine Barry. The Fourteenth Dalai Lama is known throughout the world for his promotion of justice, truthfulness, and compassion for all cultures, races, and religions. Inside these pages you will read the Dalai Lama's thoughts about:

•Happiness and Love
•Negative Emotions
•Responsibility and Interdependence
•Death
•Mind, Body, and Spirit
•Ethics and Science
•Religion
•Buddhist Teachings and Practices

The Dalai Lama is a symbol of peace and of the non-violent struggle against the repression of the Tibetan people. Buddhist tradition holds that the cumulated knowledge of all the Dalai Lamas is passed on to the next one. His wisdom comes not only from the knowledge bequeathed to him through lineage, but also from his life experiences and depth of empathy for humankind. The Dalai Lama shares his unparalled insight, tolerance, and understanding with a wide-ranging scope.

About the Author


ANI PACHEN lives in Dharamsala, India, where she devotes her time to her spiritual practices. She has chosen Dharamsala as her home in order to be near the Dalai Lama and his Tibetan Government in Exile. She continues to take part in demonstrations for a free Tibet, and speaks to people from around
the world who have conic to hear her story. She has become a heroine in the Tibetan community.
ADELAIDE DONNELLEY lives in Berkeley, California, near her two sons. She has worked as a psychologist, photographer, and write and has recently completed work on Boundary Water, a memoir. She and Ani have spent time together both in India and the United States, collaborating on the book.


Barry hosts French national television programs on Buddhism. She lives in Paris.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781556433887
ISBN-10: 1556433883
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
Publication Date: July 18th, 2002
Pages: 195
Language: English