I love it when I find a book that deepens my understanding of things (understanding being more a river than facts). Science and spirituality are twins in this book, as they are outside of it. Though the author is Buddhist, the possibility for clarity of mind extends to people of all faiths, agnostics and atheists.
Sometimes the best way to see what is, is to look at what is not. Living As a River takes the idea of each of us each having a separate self and does a great job of blurring the edges between us – until they virtually disappear. This doesn’t mean you disappear, of course. You will still get up tomorrow and slog to the bathroom to do business. This book might, however, shift a person’s perspective about themselves in relation to the world.