Storms Can’t Hurt The Sky; A Buddhist Path Through Divorce (Gabriel Cohen)

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Storms Can’t Hurt The Sky: A Buddhist Path Through Divorce is not a book telling you how to divorce and what to do. It is a book recounts the emotional journey and how Gabriel Cohen managed his anger using Buddhist teachings. By educating the reader how Buddhist teachings help you to choose how you react to a situation, he aims to fulfil Buddhist principals of avoiding suffering and creating your own happiness. Storms Can’t Hurt The Sky makes reference to books, gurus, teachers and monks. It is an interesting read with regular and subtle references to divorce throughout. Similarly, the Buddhist principals can be used to guide people to a happier marriage. Gabriel Cohen and his wife separated without children. He is a writer, journalist and researcher living in New York.

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