Our interview with Timber Hawkeye, author of Buddhist Boot Camp and Faithfully Religionless.
Timber was working at a law firm in corporate America, but eventually realised that it wasn’t a life he wanted to live. He decided to work part time so that he could live full time. He sold all of his material possessions and even lived in a monastery, and now he’s sharing the lessons he learned with the rest of the world. Everyone can apply these Buddhist principles to enhance their life, regardless of their religion (or lack thereof).
Timber’s mission is to awaken, enlighten, enrich and inspire. In this episode, we discuss pain and suffering, blaming others, letting go, choosing good over not-so-good, finding excuses, going on a media diet, and his support of the Prison Library Project.
Check out his recommended reading list and grab a copy of his books here: http://www.buddhistbootcamp.com/p/reading-room.html