Why Buddhism Is True: The Science and Philosophy of Meditation and Enlightenment Fun Activities

Wright, Robert
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Create a Diorama

Choose a vividly-described scene within the text and create a diorama of the scene using materials of your choice. Be sure to refer to the text as you create your scene.

Find a Piece of Art

Find a piece of art--painting, photograph, or sculpture--that depicts themes found within the novel and write a short reflection explaining how the book and the piece of art connect.

Create a Desire Collage

The idea of desire as the cause of human suffering is often palpable within the author's arguments and descriptions. Create a collage that evokes the notion of desire as a damaging element of people's lives. Then write a metacognitive reflection stating how the images and colors of your collage demonstrate the book's messages about desire.

Attend a Meditation Class

Seek out a meditation class or gathering in your community, attend, and write a reflection about your...

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