This was a collection of essays - there were about 3 I really enjoyed - mainly the ones explaining psychology experiments. I got a bit bored of the author talking about his various experiences, just didn‘t work for me in this case.
This is the third of Thich Nhat Hanh‘s books I‘ve read, and it‘s become clear he often retreads familiar territory as he applies Buddhist ideas to different facets of life. That said, I‘ve discovered I need to hear these things over and over again, because living well can be hard and frequent reminders make it a bit easier to internalize these important messages.
That‘s me, though. You may find you can get all you need from just one of his books.
To anyone who is interested or Quaker curious, this is a good introduction to it. This is one of the oldest sects of Christianity in North America.