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Thich Nhat Hanh


1 True Power
2 Handling Power Skillfully
3 The Art of Mindfulness
4 Getting What We Really Want
5 The Secret of Happiness
6 Boundless Love
7 Being Present at Home and at Work
8 Taking Care of Nonbusiness
9 Sparking a Collective Awakening

Appendix A: Meditations to
Cultivate Power
Appendix B: Work and Pleasure:
The Example of Patagonia
About the Author
About the Publisher


In January 2001, I was privileged to accompany Thich
Nhat Hanh and his longtime assistant, Sister Chan
Khong, to the World Economic Conference, held each
year in Davos, Switzerland. Thich Nhat Hanh had been
invited along with other prominent religious leaders
from around the planet to meet and discuss how
spiritual values could be used to help resolve global
Before an estimated thirty heads of state, two
hundred of the world’s richest men and women, and a
few thousand of the most influential movers and
shakers alive, Thich Nhat Hanh spoke with love,
compassion, and total fearlessness. He was not there to
seek support or approval from the great and famous. He
was there hoping to awaken in them their best, to help
them change the world by touching their own true
selves. In a gathering dedicated to wealth, influence, and

power in all its fabulous manifestations, he spoke in a
soft and quiet voice. He asked nothing of them, only
reminding them to please always remember their
common humanity. On its Web site, the World
Economic Forum proudly displays the motto
“Committed to Improving the State of the World.” That
day, in Davos, Switzerland, Thich Nhat Hanh asked
everyone to adopt the motto “Committed to Improving
the State of Every Heart.”
Thich Nhat Hanh has spent his life speaking truth to
power and truth to the powerless. He is a determined
revolutionary—not one who asks us to mount the
ramparts in anger, but rather a revolutionary of the
human spirit, a revolutionary of understanding and of
love. Born in 1926, he grew up in Vietnam, one of the
most war-torn countries of the twentieth century. At
age sixteen he was ordained as a Buddhist monk. From
the beginning he was that rare person who could
undertake multiple vocations and excel at all of them.
Simultaneously he was a Buddhist monk, scholar, poet,
writer, reformer, and social activist. And he did all of
this as a young man in a time and place of immeasurable
turmoil and suffering. He lived through the invasion of

his homeland...
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