Solitude and Loneliness

Solitude and Loneliness

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Referencing cultural touchstones such as Into The Wild, the art of Edward Hopper, and the work of Charlie Chaplin, Sarvananda considers what we think about being alone. Buddhism suggests that solitude can bring about positive emotion and change. Exploring this idea through personal experience, psychology and myth the author shows how facing our essential aloneness can lead us to better understand our essential relatedness.

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  • Paperback | 144 pages
  • 128 x 194 x 12mm | 199.58g
  • Windhorse Publications
  • BirminghamUnited Kingdom
  • English
  • 1907314075
  • 9781907314070
  • 697,724

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About S. Sarvananda

Sarvananda was born and educated in Glasgow. In 1987, after being ordained into the Triratna Buddhist Order he moved to Norwich where he spends his time teaching Buddhism and meditation and writing plays for BBC Radio. This is his second book.

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