Dear readers of World Religion Weekly,
This book was not a holy script of Buddhism. Rather, it is exactly what its title suggests: “How to Live Without Fear and Worry.” Of course, this instruction is heavily influenced by Buddhism because a life without suffering (including fear and worry) is one of the goals of Buddhism. It is well-written, with little anecdotes spaced throughout. It gives sensible advice such as: avoid toxic relationships, anger is useless, and let children pursue their true passions and talents. The Buddha and other religious leaders are cited throughout.
I would definitely recommend this to just about anyone, regardless of religion. It is just good advice. However, just use your good judgement. I don’t advocate all of it, and parts, especially the sections about marriage and family, may be a bit controversial.
Thanks for reading,