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Modern life is full of anxiety, stress, and bad news. Peace of mind is the most valuable currency. And somewhere in the mountains, Buddhist monks sit calmly in their poses, after having reached complete peace, without a care in the world.... Both scenarios are myths. Even in the hustle and bustle of everyday life, we can feel beauty in the world. Buddhists are by no means out-of-this-world thinkers, proof of which is provided by the example of the Vietnamese monk Thit Nhat Khan, who for many years preached in different countries and has fought for peace in his homeland. In his main book, he offers advice that will be of use to people no matter what age or religion. The Teaching of Tit Nat Khan’s work does not need to be translated into a simple, worldly language – it is already transparent, like water. The meditations he teaches do not require special conditions – they are as simple as breathing. Everything you wanted to know about harmony and happiness is in his wise lessons.