Path Without Destination: The Long Walk of a Gentle Hero

Path Without Destination The Long Walk of a Gentle Hero Written with elegance Path Without Destination is the exhilarating account of Satish Kumar s extraordinary life At nine Satish renounced the world left his home in rural India and joined a wanderi

  • Title: Path Without Destination: The Long Walk of a Gentle Hero
  • Author: Satish Kumar
  • ISBN: 9780688164041
  • Page: 192
  • Format: Paperback
  • Written with elegance, Path Without Destination is the exhilarating account of Satish Kumar s extraordinary life At nine, Satish renounced the world, left his home in rural India, and joined a wandering brotherhood of beggar monks until an inner voice guided hin to Gandhi s vision of a peaceful world His inspiring journy led him to settle in England, where he became oneWritten with elegance, Path Without Destination is the exhilarating account of Satish Kumar s extraordinary life At nine, Satish renounced the world, left his home in rural India, and joined a wandering brotherhood of beggar monks until an inner voice guided hin to Gandhi s vision of a peaceful world His inspiring journy led him to settle in England, where he became one of the leaders with E F Schumacher of the small is beautiful movement and the guiding spirit behind a number of ecological, spiritual, and educational ventures.Written with elegance, Path Without Destination is the exhilarating account of Satish Kumar s extraordinary life At nine, Satish renounced the world, left his home in rural India, and joined a wandering brotherhood of beggar monks until an inner voice guided hin to Gandhi s vision of a peaceful world His inspiring journy led him to settle in England, where he became one of the leaders with E F Schumacher of the small is beautiful movement and the guiding spirit behind a number of ecological, spiritual, and educational ventures.
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    • Merz says:

      This book has quickly became one of my favorites. After finishing the final two chapters, I felt a joy radiating from within. I found truth within its pages and was very appreciative of Mr. Satish Kumar for having shared his wisdom unselfishly. All accounts of his worldwide travels, beautiful friendships, and transformative life lessons are truly inspiring. Upon completion, with smile-soaked face, my immediate desire was to get my favorite pages into the hands of all beloved members of my person [...]

    • Dan Robinson says:

      Not sure how I came across this book. Those who like The Alchemist might find some parallels in this real life. Kumar seems to have followed a path according to the signs of his heart. As I think of this book, there is a passage that for me overshadows the rest of the book. He relates an experience in which he meets a woman who is quite taken with him and consesquently calls her husband to tell him that she is going to spend the night with Kumar - and does. Kumar relates that the exeriences of t [...]

    • Jalpa says:

      wonderful book to readgot realistic view of international politics, Gandhism, different cultural point of views and post independence situation of India.Tea packet from Armenian lady for each nuclear power country was impressive punch for ongoing scenarioI found missing explanation behind Jainism, broad view of non violence in terms of Jainism which is really broad as from my reading of different Jainism books & practical knowledge" Don't forget that the people are as generous as the clouds [...]

    • Julianne Davidow says:

      An honest and heartfelt account of a fascinating life, dedicated to self discovery and self knowledge and to the betterment of the world. Kumar has traversed the four corners of the globe and found that people all over desire peace. He reveals personal experiences as well that speak to the trials that all must endure, and the joys that we all desire. A book that contributes to the understanding of the enduring quality of the human spirit. A book on how to live. Inspiring. Highly recommended.

    • Greg Chamberlin says:

      This book, like one of Kumar's pilgrimages, takes a leisurely pace. And like the Australian Aboriginal Song lines, with each step Kumar takes the reader sees his life and world coming into existence. This is the path of a wise, gentle man given to us in print and with thanksgiving. It is a journey moving counter to the frenzied pace of the rest of the world.

    • Betsy says:

      The next to last chapter is the best: 11 ways to right living.

    • Tyler says:

      Satish Kumar is incredibly inspiring. His walk around the world for peace made me want to do something radical until complacency set inybe I should read it again.

    • Christine says:

      one of my favourite books on pilgrimage. The author shows us how walking is the outward and visible expression of the inward and spiritual journey.

    • Linda says:

      too hurried toward the end, loved the bit about the monks and fleas

    • Ana says:

      Awe-inspiring. A breath of fresh air.

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