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Wisdom 2010 Fall

Wisdom 2010 Fall

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Published by: Amina Marix Evans on Nov 24, 2010
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Fall 2010 / 2011 Catalog 
www.wisdompubs.org 800-272-4050
isdom Publications
publishes translations of canonicalBuddhist scriptures, commentaries and teachings of pastand contemporary Buddhist masters, as well as original works bythe world’s leading Buddhist scholars and practitioners,along withcutting-edge works on the intersection of Buddhism,modern sci-ence, and social and cultural trends.
Don’t forget to check out our blog at
fter over a year of research and careful analysis,Wisdom has settled onits strategy for launching a full-scale digital publishing program.Start-ing with backlist bestsellers and this years new books,we are makingour titles available on all major reading devices and through all major eBookretailers.Now you will be able to enjoy your favorite classicWisdom titles andthe latest new releases on your Kindle, iPad, NOOK, or any other major eBook reader.
Along with many of the new releases in this catalog,severalWisdomclassics are currently available,including the following titles:
The Middle-LengthDiscourses of the BuddhaMindfulness inPlain EnglishIntroduction toTantraEssence of the Heart SutraIn the Buddha’sWordsHow to MeditateSaltwater BuddhaHardcore ZenLiberation in thePalm of Your Hand
Wisdom is very excited to announceour new eBook publishing program.
…and many more! 
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“This is a major contribution andan immensely wise book.” —Larry Dossey,M.D.,author of 
“You don’t have to be sick to benefitfrom the advice in this book.This is a book on how to live fully.” —Joy H.Selak,author of 
You Don’t LOOK Sick! 
“A must-read—and a solid dose of hope.” —Lori Hartwell,author of 
Chronically Happy
“An inspiring work.” —Joseph Goldstein,author of 
 A Heart Full of Peace 
“Everyone should read this book—and Iplan to buy a copy for everyone I love.” —Lizabeth Roemer,Ph.D.,co-author of 
The MindfulWay throughAnxiety
“Beautiful,heartfelt,and immensely courageous.Truly worth reading. —Sharon Salzberg,author of 
“Very compelling—great teaching interwoven into theheartful human drama of family,illness,and day-to-day life. —Shaila Catherine,author of 
Focused and Fearless
“Steeped in the best learning of all:hard personal experience. —Vidyamala Burch,author of 
LivingWell with Pain and Illness
“Readers need not be Buddhist or meditators to benefit fromToni’s wisdom. —Cheri Register,author of 
Living with Chronic Illness
Toni Bernhard
is a former law professor at the University of Califor-nia, Davis. She has been living with chronic illness since 2001. She livesin Davis with her husband,Tony,and their hound dog,Rusty.
How to Be Sick
 A Buddhist-Inspired Guide for the Chronically Ill and Their Caregivers
Toni BernhardForeword by Sylvia Boorstein
9780861716265 | 216 pages | $15.95eBook ISBN 9780861719266
As featured in
The Huffington Post 

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