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Wisdom

Author: Danielle Föllmi
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A collection of photographs accompany a collection of wisdom, insights, knowledge, and spiritual advice from the Buddhist masters.


Indian Wisdom

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This remarkable yearbook presents the wise words of a great master, philosopher or poet for every day of the year, accompanied by Olivier Föllmis beautiful and moving photographs of Indian people and places. The effect is transcendental and transformative, awakening our senses and preparing our souls to receive these simple yet profound teachings. Contemporary specialists on Indian culture have also contributed to Indian Wisdom 365 Days, which draws on such timeless sources as poems by Rabindranath Tagore and Krishnamurti; the longest epic in world literature, the Mahabharata; and the most significant of the Hindu sacred writings, the Vedas. Danielle and Olivier Föllmi have written fifteen books, including Buddhist Himalayas, also published by Thames & Hudson. They are the Dalai Lamas official photographers.


Vaya Con Dios

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This book is a sweeping volume of captivating true incidents arranged chronologically. Starting with my childhood (crawl, walk and run) development in a remote village. During pre-adulthood days I learnt a lot from nature. The book also relates to my tryst with Lady Death on three occasions I also had close encounters with Jawaharlal Nehru, our First Prime Minister, Dr. Rajinder Prasad, the first President of an Independent India, Lord Mountbatten the last Viceroy, Raja Gopalacharya, India’s first Governor, and dozens others, who made a difference in my life. There are chapters on my teenage, graduate schooling in the only American campus in the whole Southeast Asia. The looting on the train to Bombay, when my tickets for travel by ship to UK were robbed during severe Hindu/Muslim riots. The partition of India was the most cruel, vicious, and poisonous scorch earth policy, which sandwiched India between two fanatic hateful Muslim wings, speaking different languages. I was a non-violent Satyagrahi Student volunteer under Mahatma Gandhi, participating in his “Quit India” scheme. Yet I traveled like a stow-away sardine, along with 10000 British Soldiers who had to Quit under that very scheme.


From Principles to Profit

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The last few years have seen examples of greed, dishonesty and corruption make front-page news. The fact that most of the major incidents have involved senior executives has caused a significant erosion of trust in those responsible for managing businesses. "From Principle to Profit" examines the fundamental values and principles of business lif...


Latin Spirit 365 Days

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This remarkable yearbook by Danielle and Olivier Follmi, the latest in their successful 365 series, presents the wise words of a leading personality in Latin American literature for every day of the year, accompanied by Olivier's beautiful, moving photographs of Latin America's people and places, from Central America to the tip of Chile, from Popocatepetl to Patagonia.


Origins

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More than 350 full-color photographs accompany a thought-provoking collection of wisdom, insights, knowledge, and spiritual advice that celebrates the spiritual heritage of the peoples of Africa and captures the rich oral traditions and cultural values of people from the Namibian deserts to the Cameroon savannah and beyond.


Wisdom Bites 365 Days of Wisdom

Author: Briana Blair
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Wisdom Bites is a simple handbook containing 365 bite-sized pieces of wisdom. These quick bits will give you something to think about each day of the year. While short and sweet, these bites will make you think, and help you to become your best possible self. Read one each day, read a chunk at a time, or read it cover- to-cover, the choice is yours. I guarantee you'll read it more than once, and learn something new every time.


India

Author: Olivier Föllmi
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A lavish array of full-color photographs explores the contradictory world of India, at once the world's most densely populated country, the tiger's last remaining natural habitat, and a world in which tradition and modernity intertwine to reveal a culture, philosophy, and approach to life vastly different from that of the West.


Where Heaven and Mountains Meet

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Deep in the heart of the Himalayas, the ancient kingdom of Zanskar with its Tibetan Buddhist culture is isolated from the outside world by snow for nine months of the year. Olivier Föllmi has made numerous trips to Zanskar over the past twenty years. Journeying across the freezing terrain sometimes proved to be hazardous, even life-threatening; but his fascination for the region led him to return many times. The results of his travels are eloquently revealed in this book of breathtaking colour photographs. Zanskar’s extraordinary landscape, together with portraits of its people, provide a unique glimpse into an existence that is now changing as contact with the modern world increases. Complementing the photographs, delicate watercolours by Rapkar Wangchuk re-create the quintessential images of Tibetan Buddhism. A moving commentary tells the story of the author’s fascination with Zanskar and records the rites and customs of an exceptional society.


Indian wisdom

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