Buddhists know suffering like Frito Lay knows Cheetos. So how can enlightenment, karma, and compassion fix the carburetor in your busted riding lawnmower?
In just a few easy steps, you can learn how to love your chainsaw on a whole new level, stop fighting with your wife in Walmart, selflessly mow the lawn, and get your Zen on!
Breaking down thousands of years of wisdom, self-styled Buddhist Wahula Gonzo rebuilds The Four Noble Truths and The Eightfold Path in a humorous examination of his life and his personal search for meaning and a 1/4 inch socket.
I will be honest I bought this book because I thought it would be funny, I bought it the same time I bought the Yoda Sutras. What happened was I found a book with a very simple and direct words explanation of the basics of Buddhism and I put it down thinking of the people I want to share it with. There are some pearls of wisdom in a nice and simple yet funny way of putting things. I actually laughed a couple times and then thought well you know he is right.
Need a fun 'pick-me-up and enlighten me' kinda read? This is it. Words of wisdom shared with humor. I love Wahula's writing style, it's engaging and funny while giving the reader something of value.