Monday, April 18, 2011

Noah Levine: Heart of the Revolution

Following the trend of many self-destructive youths in the United States, Dharma Punk Noah Levine's search for meaning in life first led him to punk rock, drinking, drugs, violence, jail, and dissatisfaction.
Fortunately, his search did not end there. Having clearly seen the uselessness of drugs and violence, Levine looked for positive ways to channel his rebellion against what he saw as the lies society tells us. Author of Dharma Punx, Against the Stream, and Heart of the Revolution, Levine (son of famous Buddhist parents Stephen and Ondrea Levine) is now a Buddhist teacher, author, and counselor.

Buy Noah Levine's new book, Heart of the Revolution, here.

At USC on Oct. 29, 2009, Levine talked about how he fueled his anger and energy into the practice of Buddhism to awaken his natural wisdom and compassion. The program is sponsored by the USC Office of Religious Life, in association with USC Spectrum.

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