Harmlessness All beings tremble before violence. All fear death. All love life. See yourself in others. Then whom can you hurt? What harm can you do? He who seeks happiness By hurting those who seek happiness Will never find happiness. For your brother is like you. He wants to be happy. Never harm him And when you leave this life You too will find happiness. from the dhammapada, translated by Thomas Byrom
This is a feature of my book, let me know what advice you would give to a younger you in just two words.
Here's a review of Your Simple Path in this month's Devon Life Magazine.
I have been shortlisted for "Best Author" category at this years health and happiness awards. If you feel that my work has been of benefit to you then please click on the link below and vote - It takes just 10 seconds. http://us4.campaign-archive1.com/?u=90a56702a5ff15cbb43eb2c4e&id=8f1f38d3d7&e=5e6b8d928a Thank you so much for your continued support. My best wishes, Ian
A short interview as a guest on the Michael Dresser radio show in December 2014.
I was asked by The Birmingham Mail to share ten things that will bring you a happier and more fulfilling 2015. Pick a number... http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/health/new-years-resolution-2015-bearwood-8363457
Life's not about some sort of clinical flatline existence, we can't know happy without sad, be thankful until we have known lack... Only when you can find the lesson and subsequent gift in every test will you become truly free. Ian Tucker www.iantucker.co.uk
Thanks to everyone who attended my talk in Birmingham last night at Jangles cafe and bistro. A lovely group helped to create a special atmosphere. "The simplest things deliver our deepest needs."
"Dare to dream, then follow it quietly, tell no one, remain steadfast and allow it to unfold. Visualise the end result not the detail, feel it, become excited by it, give silent thanks when supposed coincidences or synchronicities seem to take you a step closer.And then one day without a fan fare or drum role it arrives, and from that moment you realise you're free and that anything is possible" Ian Tucker www.iantucker.co.uk