I May Be Wrong: The Sunday Times Bestseller

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I May Be Wrong: The Sunday Times Bestseller

I May Be Wrong: The Sunday Times Bestseller

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How magnificently disconcerting of this Swedish former forest monk to admit to doubts, even profound ones. Overall this book is an easy read which provides an interesting insight into the mind of the ex-player and current pundit. Barkley teve uma vida muito interessante dentro e fora das quadras e poderia preencher uma autobiografia de 600 paginas com historias boas. After working as an economist, he gives up his promising career to spend 17 years as a forest monk in Thailand and in this book shares what he has learnt in that time. We’re living in a world where everybody wants to be right, and it has led to divisive conflicts that has detrimentally impacted life for many people.

We start citing lines from books on why we are right, and we want to be right at the expense of people’s lives. Rather than taking your own sojourn to a life filled with rituals and practice far removed from normal society, learn how to achieve your own inner calm with this self-help book. I'm happy to note that Charles, for the most part, enjoyed his playing days and the fans in Philadelphia.Also it was great to read that the monks, and gurus have their own insecurities and character defects that need to be worked on, and despite the efforts of years one can fall again into darkness again!

Although Bjorn becomes a Buddist monk, there isn't a heavy focus on Buddhism in the book, more about the texsts from the religion that he lea Irned from, and from which we can all learn. It is honest and heartwarming, charting the highs and lows of a young man who ordains for 17 years in a very austere tradition and his inner transformation. Read more about the condition New: A new, unread, unused book in perfect condition with no missing or damaged pages. That was one of the reasons we didn’t handle money, weren’t allowed to choose when or what we ate, who we lived with or which hut we slept in. Also, in the prologue he announces that he is in Death's waiting room earlier than [he] would have wished.Easier said than done, but the next time I’m in a ‘heated debate’ I’m going to try to remember this advice.

I found it interesting how he took the lessons he learnt from his life as a monk back into 'everyday' life in Sweden. I made lots of highlights throughout this book - sentences and paragraphs that I want to go back to, to re-read and think more deeply about.The more people who read Lindeblad's story and his thinking and for themselves think, ok I'm not going to chuck it all in and run off to a monastery but I can use some of these ideas and principles, the better. Written as though he is performing one of his teachings, Lindeblad’s I May Be Wrong is his only book.



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