The Dharma Journal

A quest for wisdom leads to extraordinary encounters with wise men and women across the globe.

by Frank T. Morano



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 6/6/2023

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 426
ISBN : 9781490708126
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 426
ISBN : 9781490708133
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 426
ISBN : 9781490708140

About the Book

ABOUT THE DHARMA JOURNAL Too often we settle for living without resolving the essential mysteries of life: Where were we before we were born? What is the purpose of our lives? Where do we go when we die? Frank Morano is a seeker of wisdom who has had extraordinary experiences. The Dharma Journal chronicles his quest for answers to these transcendent questions, and the wisdom he found in ordinary and extraordinary people. You will share his wonder and delight in exploring teachings from Western and Eastern religious and spiritual traditions, as he traveled throughout the USA, Asia, and Europe. You will read about his unusual encounters with little known cultures and his irresistible pull towards the Tibetan people and their struggle to preserve their culture and identity. The Dharma Journal is a book of stories and conversations for the spiritually curious. It includes guidance from world famous figures, such as Margaret Mead, John Lennon and Mother Theresa, as well as several personal audiences with the fourteenth Dalai Lama. Whether you are interested in mysticism, meditation, spirituality, exotic cultures, or travel, you will find it in The Dharma Journal, by a spiritual explorer whose life has been guided by the pursuit of universal truths.

About the Author

Frank Morano is a seeker of wisdom who studied the world and had extraordinary experiences. He lived in Asia and Europe and in five American states, and had the good fortune to meet and learn from famous icons of our time. He has been an electrician, a cab driver, an organic farmer, a photographer, an artist, a poet, a teacher, a radio personality, and a chef. He believes that borrowed knowledge is useful, but the experience of living among people in foreign lands, adapting to their cultures, and taking new paths and journeys is unsurpassed. He documented his life with original drawings, paintings, sculptures, poetry, and photography, capturing moments in his dance with life, across continents and cultures, as a teacher, a traveler, and a student. He lives in Florida with his wife, Rena, and their sons, Ananda and Vajra, where he plants trees and devotes himself to the Free Tibet movement.