"Secular Wholeness", by David Cortesi
I finished this last night, and I have mixed feelings about this book. It just didn't meet the expectations I had when I got it. Cortesi has some good points about the book (e.g. the chapters on meditation and the benefits of being happy and content), but overall I felt like there wasn't a lot of substance to his writing. He does a good job demonstrating that it is definitely possible to be lead a fruitful, ethical life without religion, but the book as a whole didn't keep me very interested.
By the way, if you want to peruse the book before you buy it, it's available online (I wish I would've known this before I bought it!).
* Posted at 09.21.2004 01:20:41 PM CST | Link *