An ode to one of the greatest living archivists of the QILT2BAG+ community in North America
Part 2 — Books to educate, galvanize & build resilience
Part 1 — Books to distract, delight & for escape
First of all, I want to thank everyone who clapped for, commented on, shared and highlighted my book blog from 2019. It was the most popular of all my …
For more recommendations, check out my 2020 book blog. Time again for another installation of Book Recommendations from the last year of books I read. …
Every year I set the intention to read fifty-two books. I don’t always reach this goal, but the point is more to track what I am reading than to achiev…
There are many lists to be found declaring the top 100 or 200 books you simply must read — lists which put emphasis on the importance of having read mo…
As promised, here's my review of 'Glimpses of Mahayana." Generally I take about a month to read most books about Dharma. This allows me time to digest …
This is one of the most pithy books I've ever read. But then, it's written by a Zen teacher so I suppose that's to be expected. What do I mean by pithy…
Last week I was laid low with a stomach bug. I don't do well with being ill in that I don't like not being able to take care of myself. I'm very aware …
It's been a while since I've done a book review and in light of my exhibition of dharma-inspired artwork at the Oolong Tea House in Calgary this month …
A few weeks back a co-worker brought in 'The Kite Runner' for me to read. I'd heard of it but I didn't know what it was about. I ended up reading that …