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Anger: Wisdom for Cooling the Flames (original 2001; edition 2001)
Anger by Thích Nhất Hạnh (2001)
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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0712611819, Paperback)Anger can be one of the most frustrating emotions, carrying us headlong away from ourselves and depositing us into separation and dismay. Vietnamese monk and world teacher Thich Nhat Hanh tackles this most difficult of emotions in Anger. A master at putting complex ideas into simple, colorful packages, Nhat Hanh tells us that, fundamentally, to be angry is to suffer, and that it is our responsibility to alleviate our own suffering. The way to do this is not to fight our emotions or to "let it all out" but to transform ourselves through mindfulness. Emphasizing our basic interdependence, he teaches us how to help others through deep listening and how to water the positive seeds in those around us while starving the negative seeds. Serious though lighthearted, Anger is a handbook not only for transforming anger but for living each moment beautifully. --Brian Bruya
(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:22:02 -0400)
Draws on the principles of Buddhism to discuss the potentially devastating impact of anger on human health and offers a variety of stories, techniques, and tools designed to help transform anger into peace and bring harmony and healing into one's life.
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