Final Exit by Derek Humphry

Why Buddhism is True by Robert Wright

Enlightenment Now by Steven Pinker

Radical Compassion by Tara Brach


The Book of Joy: HH Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu

The Four Foundations of Mindfulness


How to meditate?

Mindfulness in Plain English: Click here for a free pdf version

In the Lap of the Buddha: click here to learn more

Sitting Still Like a Frog: click here to learn more

Radical Acceptance, Embracing Your Life with the Heart of a Buddha: click here to learn more

Meditation & Phychotherapy: click here to learn more

UnSelfie: My 14 y/o is reading “Unselfie”, by Michelle Borba, where the reader is invited to imagine her “best possible self” and write that down. It warms my heart to read her aspirations “well-mannered, respectful and hard-working, not giving way to emotions, knowing when to hold my tongue, and being a kind and responsible steward to all the beings on this planet”. Thanks Michelle – if you could evoke this in my child, this is one book I think all children should read.

A timeline of History: we are taken from 13.5 b y/ago to the present… to the future – we love to read this with our children

Infidel: click here to learn more

The Art of Living: How do I live a happy, fulfilling life?  How can I be a good person? Answering these two questions was the single-minded passion of Epictetus, the great Stoic philosopher… within our control are our own opinions, aspirations, desires, and the things that repel us…Outside our control…are such things as what kind of body we have, whether we’re born into wealth or strike it rich, how we are regarded by others, and our status in society.” click here to learn more