"[This book] embodies the Buddhist wisdom about change, life, and the
world more than anything written after the events of that day."
August 29, 2007
From Dieter Steiner, formerly an editor at Germany’s Stern magazine, now residing in St. Augustine, Florida…
From photographer Wang Yao, of Beijing, vice president of the China News Service…
“Your book gives a very sensitive and deep insight to the effect of 9.11 on humanity.”
From a reader, J. B. Williamson…
‘I have a confession to make, one that I am embarrassed to share: On Sept. 11, 2001, one of the most horrific days in U.S. history, when terrorists turned our pompous belief in national security upside down with hijacked air attacks that killed almost 3,000 Americans, I did not shed a tear. Not one...’
I must agree with Williamson about the sentiments, however genuine, expressed at the top of Hawk’s column.