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Why Buddhism?: Westerners in Search of Wisdom

by Vicki Mackenzie

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A series of in-depth accounts exploring the lives and spiritual journeys of fifteen western Buddhists - from the famous to the ordinary.
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These kind of "samplers" are my favorite kind of read. McKenzie does an awesome job getting a well-rounded group of people for interviews. I find McKenzie herself a bit sappy, but well intentioned, friendly, and authentic. Every interview was pretty much a page-turner for me. ( )
  hoopajoop | Dec 10, 2007 |
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