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The Dalai Lama's Cat tells how to be happy

The Dalai Lama's Cat tells how to be happy Every living being has the same joys and sorrows. It has a weak and hungry kitten from the slums, which saves itself Dalai Lama. With this happy coincidence kitten begins his new life as a pet in his headquarters in Dharamsala, India.

Famous book by David Michieho Dalai Lama's cat is a fairy tale for adults. Proud eyed cat in her engagingly tells his story. Is a patchwork of fragments of wisdom and fun way introduces readers to the basic principles of Buddhism.

Cat depicts their everyday lives close to the Dalai Lama. He becomes a witness talks between His Holiness and his guests. Gradually realizes what is happiness and how to find the path of life. Which is not to any living being easy. In affectionate stories often are lacking humorous situation - cat rubs against the legs of Hollywood stars and share the knowledge that gets in the monastery of Buddhist monks. The Dalai Lama's cat is a fun and readable novel. We will learn it, and how it might Dalai Lama responded, if received as a gift a dead mouse. And also, why cat eyes best see human frailty and beauty.

"I want to thanks to this book, people have grown to love is the most important thing in different ways. Happy are you when you care for others and give them love. This is one of the most effective ways to happiness, "says
the Dalai Lama cat David Michie.

Internationally renowned writer David Michie is the author of successful books, in which readers familiar with Buddhism in the West today's busy world. Michieho titles Buddhism for busy people, Hurry up and meditate and practical enlightenment is translated into many languages ​​and issued worldwide. Michie was born in Zimbabwe, studied in South Africa, ten years he lived in London and now lives with his family in Perth, Australia. He also writes thrillers, the latest of which is The Magician of Lhasa.

Source: Press Release

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