The Heart of the Revolution: The Buddha's Radical Teachings on Forgiveness, Compassion, and Kindness by Noah LevineThe Heart of the Revolution: The Buddha's Radical Teachings on Forgiveness, Compassion, and Kindness by Noah Levine

The Heart of the Revolution: The Buddha's Radical Teachings on Forgiveness, Compassion, and Kindness

byNoah Levine

Paperback | April 5, 2011

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“The Buddha’s teachings are not a philosophy or a religion; they are a call to action and invitation to revolution.”

Noah Levine, author of the national bestseller Dharma Punx and Against the Stream, is the leader of the youth movement for a new American Buddhism. In Heart of the Revolution, he offers a set of reflections, tools, and teachings to help readers unlock their own sense of empathy and compassion. Lama Surya Das, author of Awakening the Buddha Within, declares Levins to be "in the fore among Young Buddhas of America, a rebel with both a good cause and the noble heart and spiritual awareness to prove it,” saying, “I highly recommend this book to those who want to join us on this joyful path of mindfulness and awakening."

Noah Levine, M.A., has been using Buddhist practices to recover from addiction since 1988. He is the founding teacher of Against the Stream Buddhist Meditation Society.
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Title:The Heart of the Revolution: The Buddha's Radical Teachings on Forgiveness, Compassion, and KindnessFormat:PaperbackDimensions:224 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.56 inPublished:April 5, 2011Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0061711241

ISBN - 13:9780061711244

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“It offers a fresh look at mercy, a term not frequently used in Buddhism; includes an extensive commentary on the Metta Sutta; gives the lowdown on personal and romantic love; and explores cosmology and the three personality types according to traditional Buddhist thought.”