REVIEW: Blue Jean Buddha by Sumi Loundon

blue_jean_buddha1This was a compilation of essays by people in their 20’s and 30’s about their life as Buddhists, and how their faith affects their everyday lives. It was pretty interesting. I was basically just looking to find out more about Buddhism, and this book certainly gave me that. So I’m glad I read it. 🙂

0 Replies to “REVIEW: Blue Jean Buddha by Sumi Loundon”

  1. This looks interesting. There are so many great books on Buddhism out there some of my favorites are The Places That Scare You by Pema Chodron, The Autobiography of a Tibetan Monk by Palden Gyatso, and The Art of Happiness and How to Expand Love by the Dalai Lama.

    Pema Chodron is one of my favorite buddhist authors, she writes about it more as an everyday philosophy and in no way is trying to convert people, just teach skills that could make everyone’s lives easier and happier no matter what their perspective.

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