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I May Be Wrong: The Sunday Times Bestseller

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I May Be Wrong was an instant number one bestseller in Sweden, and won both the Adlibris and Storytel Award for Best Non-Fiction. Natthiko Lindeblad became interested in meditation and Buddhism before and during his year in India, and in January 1992, he applied to Wat Pah Nanachat, a poor forest monastery in northeastern Thailand, and became a monk named Natthiko Bhikkhu. With our potential to maintain a peaceful state of mind, it is possible to remain optimistic in the face of difficulties.

However many readers, including myself, were probably hoping more for the dirt on former teammates, coaches and media staff. We follow him through his years in Thailand, pre-monk, monk-in-training, full-monk, and then his years in 'forest monasteries' outside of Thailand. I’ve always been intrigued by this lifestyle and found it fascinating to discover what their daily routine was in the monastery.I enjoyed the various parables that he's learned from his along the way, they illustrated how our lives aren't so different and we face many of the same problems. In 2012, Natthiko Lindeblad was chosen to be the listeners' summer host in the popular Swedish radio show Sommar. I think there is freedom that can arise from being fully aware and present to what life can gift and take away from us.

He talked of visiting heaven and described events that happened before he was born and how he spoke with family members he’d never met. In the Swedish sensation I May Be Wrong, former forest monk Björn Natthiko Lindeblad shares his advice on how to face the uncertainty and doubt that is a natural part of life.Plain and simple, it's about how to relate to your own thoughts and emotions in a way that makes your life more enjoyable, more free, brighter, clearer and wiser. Heart to Heart: A new guide on compassion, climate change, and living a meaningful life from His Holiness The Dalai Lama RM94. It it too bad he does not stick with a point long enough to provide more details or thought-provoking points for the reader. It's interesting to read about how his life as a monk is now helping him deal with his diagnosis of ALS and his thoughts and perspective on death. Read more about the condition New: A new, unread, unused book in perfect condition with no missing or damaged pages.

Finally, you have to be aware that the book was written in 2003, a couple of years after his retirement, and in the early 2000s, just before Lebron was picked in the NBA draft. As this novel was penned by a successful corporate executive who had been dissatisfied with his professional life for a while, it will appeal to those questioning why their career is not enough. He knows (and at core so do I) that it matters very much how the rest of the world responds to this book, because it tells the truth as it is, in the early 21st century.The result – here I have to give credit to the translator as well – is that it does sound like this strange Swedish guy is sitting next to you just chatting about how it was and more importantly how it is, and most importantly why this matters. Björn Natthiko Lindeblad, a former forest monk in Thailand, relates his experience of training to properly direct his thoughts which can benefit all. When my relentless mind would dictate me how to feel, decide and act and the outcome leaving me even more lost, I stumble upon this book.

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