What if we told you there was a man who had unlocked the secret to human joy? That despite all the pain and suffering and bad news out there, a monk on a mountaintop in Nepal has discovered a kind of template for How to Be Happy ? We needed to meet “The Happiest Man in the World.” (Please don't call him that). So we sent Michael Paterniti to th...
“It just takes one second to decide to stop. The main reason not to eat meat and fish is to spare others’ lives. This is not an extreme perspective. This is a most reasonable and compassionate point of view.” — Matthieu Ricard
Amazon: "A powerful and wide-ranging indictment of the treatment of animals by humans--and an eloquent plea for animal rights."
Marc Bekoff Ph. D. : "This new book is one of the best in asking us to treat animals with compassion."
Paula Moore : "Matthieu Ricard’s new book, A Plea for the Animals, is an eloquent and impassioned appeal to humans to extend respect and compassion to all living beings, without limits."
Chapter IV of “Altruism: The Power of Compassion to Change Yourself and the World”, Little, Brown and Company (2015), published on the website
zhabs dkar tshogs drug rang grol (1781-1851) - A descriptive catalogue - Shechen Publications
Matthieu Ricard, a Buddhist who loves science more than incense, believes the logic of cooperation will, by a process of natural selection, eventually come to replace the logic of neoliberalism. With the government currently displaying less compassion than ever for vulnerable citizens, it was high time for a conversation with the author of “Alt...
A study found Tibetan Buddhist monk Matthieu Ricard has 'an abnormally large capacity for happiness'.
Who is the happiest man in the world? If you Google it, the name "Matthieu Ricard" pops up. Matthieu Ricard, 69, is a Tibetan Buddhist monk originally from France who has been called "the world's happiest man."