ne uplne samanismus (o kterem toho vim pramalo), ale prislo mi to pribuzny a mate-li Audible, tak je to zdarma v cene: https://www.audible.com/pd/Embers-Audiobook/1982611537
Je to takove klidne obcas prekvapive zajimave povidani o tom, jak se menilo jeho chapani jak prochazel zivotem. Casti jsou formou smyslenych rozhovoru treba se starou zenou, ktera mu odpovida na otazky a tim ho obcas posouva. Zaujalo me treba hned na zacatku, jak popisoval svuj kazdodenni ritual ranniho cteni z pro nej dulezitych knih a pouzivani symbolickych predmetu jako pripominku, aby po cely den mel odvahu/moudrost/... jednat dobre.
One Ojibway's Meditations
By: Richard Wagamese
Narrated by: Christian Baskous
Length: 1 hr and 50 mins
Release date: 02-12-19
Publisher: Blackstone Publishing
4.7 out of 5 stars (165 ratings)
"Life sometimes is hard. There are challenges. There are difficulties. There is pain. As a younger man I sought to avoid them and only ever caused myself more of the same. These days I choose to face life head on - and I have become a comet. I arc across the sky of my life and the harder times are the friction that lets the worn and tired bits drop away. It's a good way to travel; eventually I will wear away all resistance until all there is left of me is light. I can live towards that end." (Richard Wagamese, Embers)
In this carefully curated selection of everyday reflections, Richard Wagamese finds lessons in both the mundane and sublime as he muses on the universe, drawing inspiration from working in the bush-sawing and cutting and stacking wood for winter as well as the smudge ceremony to bring him closer to the Creator. Embers is perhaps Richard Wagamese's most personal volume to date. Honest, evocative, and articulate, he explores the various manifestations of grief, joy, recovery, beauty, gratitude, physicality, and spirituality-concepts many find hard to express. But for Wagamese, spirituality is multifaceted. From this audiobook, listeners will find hard-won and concrete wisdom on how to feel the joy in the everyday things. Wagamese does not seek to be a teacher or guru, but these observations made along his own journey to become, as he says, "a spiritual bad-ass," make inspiring listening.