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No time like the present finding freedom, love, and joy right where you are by Jack Kornfield

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Written in English


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Jack shows how we get stuck and how we can free ourselves, wherever we are and whatever our circumstances. Renowned for his mindfulness practices and meditations, Jack provides these keys for opening gateways to immediate shifts in perspective and clarity of vision, allowing us to see how to change course, take action, or—when we shouldn’t act—just relax and trust.

Edition Notes

Includes index.

StatementJack Kornfield
LC ClassificationsBL624 .K674 2017
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 301 pages
Number of Pages301
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27240341M
ISBN 101451693699, 1451693702
ISBN 109781451693690, 9781451693706
LC Control Number2016052941

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  Her first book, a collection of stories, was published when she was in her early twenties; she went on to publish more than forty works of fiction and nonfiction. Her novels include the Booker Prize-winning The Conservationist, Commonwealth Writers’ Prize-winning The Pickup, and No Time Like the Present/5(5). Definition of there's no time like the present in the Idioms Dictionary. there's no time like the present phrase. What does there's no time like the present expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.   Going back in time sets off a series of dominoes that don’t get fully resolved until the end of book 3, though each book is a full story. Books 4 and 5 are standalone novels within the series and are the adventures of students trained in time jumping who have been assigned jumps into the past. In No Time Like the Present, Gordimer brings the reader into the lives of Steven Reed and Jabulile Gumede, a 'mixed' couple, both of whom have been combatants in the struggle for freedom against apartheid. Once clandestine lovers under racist law forbidding sexual relations between white and black, they are now in the new South Africa.2/5(1).