Toni Packersummer
Founder and resident teacher, Spring-water Center for Meditative Inquiry
Rochester, New York

Infinite Potential: The Life and Times of David Bohm
David Peat
Addison-Wesley Longman Publishing Co.: Reading, MA, 1996.
$25.00. Hard cover. 353 pp

Since he was a small boy, Bohm was interested in how everything works together. His work in physics was less about the mathematics of it and more about finding the meaning of wholeness – of the individual and society and the cosmos. It was this interest in wholeness that led him to his dialogues with Krishnamurti, who I am also very interested in.

Jan Willis
Professor of Tibetan Buddhism
Wesleyan University

Living Buddha, Living Christ
Thich Nhat Hanh
Riverhead: New York, 1996.
$20.00. Hard cover. 208 pp.

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