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  • Reviews

  • PrefaceBananas are profound

  • The Container and the Contents

  • What We Really Want

  • Oh Shit!

  • Poo-sitive Reinforcement

  • The Politician in the Well

  • Camel Face

  • The Cracked Mug

  • A Tale of Two Chicken Farmers

  • Your Photo Album

  • Pressing “Delete”

  • Good? Bad? Who Knows?

  • The Lost Taxi Driver

  • There Are No Criminals

  • The Stigma of Mental Illness

  • Permission to Die

  • A Buddhist Joke

  • Old Monks Don’t Lie

  • The Most Important Finger

  • Describing Anxiety

  • Kissing Pain Better

  • The Tsunami Crocodile

  • Honey, I Can’t Find the Kids!

  • How a Mousetrap Killed a Chicken, a Pig, and a Cow

  • How to Receive Praise

  • The Fifteen Seconds of Praise Rule

  • The Sandwich Method

  • The 70-Percent Rule

  • Lower Your Expectations

  • Three of My Most Memorable Mistakes

  • The Last Question

  • The Benefits of Being Blown Up

  • Should I? Shouldn’t I?

  • Ask Your Dog

  • Caring, Not Curing

  • Milk and Cookies

  • The Guilt of a Salesman

  • The Sad Saga of the Suicidal Spider

  • The Secret to a Happy Marriage

  • Holy Water

  • The Dangers of Driving Drunk

  • Holy Shit

  • The Origin of Materialism

  • Kit-Cat

  • A Dog’s Retreat

  • An Amazing Tale of the Supernatural

  • My Own Himalayan Journey

  • Someone Is Watching You

  • How Another Student Learned to Laugh at Abuse

  • Learning from the Experts

  • Giving Overcomes Depression

  • The Deep Hole

  • When Is It Okay to Lie?

  • Why We Lie

  • Monkey Minds

  • Let Go of the Banana

  • Mummy, I’m Leaving Home

  • Passing over the Horizon

  • The Frightened Water Buffalo

  • The Case of the Disappearing Harley

  • On the Ledge

  • My Mother’s Shelf

  • Fifty Strokes of the Cat

  • The General with the Best Discipline in the Army

  • Girlfriend Power

  • Twenty Push-Ups Every Morning

  • Tummy Wisdom

  • The Origin of Stress

  • Half a Sheet of Paper

  • Dealing with BIG Trouble

  • Kissing the Ugly Frog

  • How Not to Pray

  • The Blind Leading the Blind

  • The Bad Elephant

  • Hearing Voices

  • Monks and Nuns Beating the Odds

  • The Miracle

  • Divine Intervention

  • The Know-It-All

  • A Tale of Two Mango Trees

  • How to Catch a Mango

  • Forbidden Fruit

  • The Bully

  • Bureaucrat Bullies

  • A Boardroom Bully

  • I Am Not Good Enough

  • I Am Good Enough

  • The Answering Machine

  • You Have the Right Not to Be Happy

  • The Happiness License

  • How Much Are You Worth?

  • The Power of Silence

  • Inner Silence

  • When There Is No Silence

  • The In-Between Moments

  • Are You a Human Being or a Human Going?

  • Don’t Worry, Be Hopey

  • Being a Visitor, Not an Owner

  • Don’t Just Be Mindful, Be Kindful

  • Kindfulness When You Are Broke

  • Kindfulness and Stillness

  • No Fear

  • The Coffin

  • Kind Ghosts

  • Scottish Mist

  • Bowing

  • God in Buddhism

  • The Enlightenment Game

  • The Menu

  • About Ajahn Brahm

  • Other Books by Ajahn Brahm from Wisdom Publications

  • About Wisdom Publications


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    Laugh aloud even as you look at life anew with these stories from the bestselling author of In 108 brief stories with titles like “The Bad Elephant,” “Girlfriend Power,” and “The Happiness License,” Ajahn Brahm offers up more timeless wisdom that will speak to people from all walks of life. Drawing from his own experiences, stories shared by his students, and old chestnuts that he delivers with a fresh twist, Ajahn Brahm shows he knows his way around the humorous parable, delighting even as he surprises us with unexpected depth and inspiration.