The Lazy Man's Guide to Enlightenment

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Title:The Lazy Man's Guide to Enlightenment

ISBN:0553263587

Author:Thaddeus Golas

Publisher:Bantam Books

Publish Year:1980

Edition:Reprinted Edition

Cover:Paper Back

Subject:Self Help | Spirituality / Spiritual

Language:English

Pages:80

Size:117 x 181 mm

Weight(gms):100

Price:USD 3.53

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  • From the Back Cover

    "I am a lazy man. Laziness keeps me from believing that enlightenment demands effort, discipline, strict diet, non-smoking, and other evidences of virture. There is a paradise in and around you right now, and to be there you don't even have to make a move. All potential experiences are within you already. You can open up to them at any time. There is an odd chance that this is what someone needs to read in order to feel better about himself. If you are a kind person and want to know what ot expect when elightenment strikes and why it comes to you, this is for you."

    "It's all right to have a good time. That's one of the most important messages from enlightenment." --From The Lazy Man's Guide to Enlightenment

    Thaddeus Golas

    Born in 1924 in Paterson, New Jersey, to Polish Catholic parents, Thaddeus Golas was a child of Einstein's Relativity but also of the Great Depression. He served a long European tour of duty in WWII, and was in Patton's Third Army in Antwerp, but narrowly avoided combat at the Battle of the Bulge. The G.I. Bill helped him earn a BA in General Humanities from New York's Columbia University where he studied under Jacques Barzun, among notable others. He went on to work as a proofreader for Betty Ballantine, as an editor for The Tatler in Paterson, NJ., a book editor for Redbook, and later, in Oklahoma, as a sales representative for Harper
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