Set Free: A Life-Changing Journey from Banking to Buddhism in Bhutan Paperback – 10 Apr 2017
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‘This book chronicles the gradual transformation from a high-flying financial advisor to a committed Buddhist nun through the course of work, relationships, motherhood and finally spiritual commitment. A good read for all those involved in practising a spiritual path in a western context.’(Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo, author, teacher and Buddhist nun) See all Product description
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The tale of a beautiful, intelligent and successful young woman who becomes a Buddhist nun was always got challenge the view of a middle-aged, public school educated Englishman, but Emma unwraps her story with such clarity, logic and humanity that the only thing I don't get is what made her go into banking? I keep meaning to write to her and ask.
If ever Emma gets fed up with being a nun or wants to raise money for her charity, she could take up thriller writing, so good isher description of the hostage situation.
Well worth reading.
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