Lori Deschene is a young person with a big and wise heart. Her new book is moving, creative, and insightful.
I laughed, I cried, I dog-eared and highlighted my way through it over the weekend. I'm going to put it on my night stand to reread and enjoy again, a bit at a time.
Lori's online journey began when she opened a Twitter account, @TinyBuddha, 2008, and began posting quotes on wisdom. Today she has more than 200,000 followers.
She developed her blog Tiny Buddha in 2009 in order to grow a community where anyone can send in their personal stories about everyday wisdom and life.
Woven through the book, Tiny Buddha, Simple Wisdom for Life's Hard Questions is a collection of the hard questions about life that Lori asks her community of followers, on Twitter, and their incredible responses.
Lori also shares her own thoughts on life's difficult questions, engages us in her personal struggles, and profound wisdom throughout, along with the wisdom of other great masters.
After each chapter, Lori suggests action-oriented steps that will help you experience love, peace, and happiness regardless of what is going on in your life or the world.
There is no fluff. Lori states, "I'm not a fan of vague, flowery, New Age jargon, I've gone to great effort to keep this book practical and rooted in reality."
If you are struggling with the hard questions in life about pain, meaning, change, fate, happiness, love, money or control get a copy of Lori's book, take notes, do your homework and jump into the flow of life.
Know that you don't ever have to struggle alone. There's a Tiny Buddha community that welcomes and invites you to join them in learning, loving, and growing together.
Lori offers a life-changing opportunity to a digital world. I'm honored to be a part of it and hope you jump on board as well!
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