Love is far more than merely an emotion we feel toward our partners, families, and friends; it is a way of being awake in the world, of living beyond the ego. Moh Hardin offers key insights and practices from the Buddhist tradition for awakening, deepening, and expanding love in our lives, starting with ourselves, then moving outward to our partners and children, and ultimately reaching even strangers, perceived enemies, and all living beings.
"In a fresh, down-to-earth voice, Moh Hardin presents Buddhist teachings on turning a life of speed and stress into an experience of gentleness, openness, and wisdom." —Susan Piver, author of The Wisdom of a Broken Heart
"A wonderfully heartfelt and heart-centered manual. Hardin shows how love can be fully do-able and be-able by all of us. I found this little book big in wisdom and deeply encouraging." —David Richo, author of How to Be an Adult in Relationships
"Whether he's addressing listening and speaking with love or building trust or letting go, Hardin always has practical and transformative suggestions." —Shambhala Sun
"Combined with brief but practical exercises for meditation and actualization, Mr. Hardin's small guide should prove beneficial to anyone seeking a handbook for one way out of egotism toward a self-confident, other-directed practice of Buddhist compassion. This path, as directed in this little book, may generate more happiness beginning with the reader and then circling outward." —New York Journal of Books
"This is a delightful book based on Buddhist teachings about using love and the power of love to create happiness in our lives. The belief here, and I think it's a good one, is that love has the ability to transform not only on a personal level, but on a global level. With so much chaos and stress in the world today, the message in this book is more important than ever. Buy it for yourself and give it as a gift. It tugged at my heart." —The Messenger
"It is not necessary to have a Buddhist background to benefit from Hardin's encouraging words. He is able to discuss complex topics using simple words and ideas. His practical suggestions can be done by any reader interested in learning more about love." —Portland Book Review