In Tibetan Buddhism, as presented by Pam Chudron, the difficult moments in life are a special opportunity to deeply experience the transience of life, expand the range of life and open a spiritual journey. In a collection of conversations with students from 1994-1987, Chudron shows special moments in her own life, and within quotes of other great Tibetan teachers, how to make a more full life and how to touch eternity, using the moments when the land is dropped under our feet, most of the fear and pain . Pam Chudron is headed by a Tibetan monastery in Nova Scotia, Canada. She wrote several books about Tibetan Buddhism. During her travels in the world to study her special approach to Tibetan Tibetan, she visited several times in Israel. This is her first translated book.