“Things” to Think About on Valentine’s Day

things i would like to do with you

Waylon Lewis’s book takes a Buddhist view of love, loneliness, and the reality of relationships.

Tired of the same old chocolates and flowers for Valentine’s Day? Looking for a new kind of love? Whether you’re trying to get out of a romantic rut or want to expand your understanding of how relationships really work, Waylon Lewis’s book might be just the remedy (or gift) you’re looking for.

Based on the online serial published on Elephant Journal, the popular blog dedicated to mindful living, Things I Would Like To Do With You offers a Buddhist’s take on love, loneliness, and relationships – one that leaves room for independence, change, and laughter. Searching through four seasons and innumerable situations, “Things” is a different kind of romance novel. Wrapped in imagination with reality woven in, Waylon’s narrator recounts past relationships and future hopes on a path to awakening through his raw, honest, and poetic prose.

Meaghan O'Neill is a writer, editor, blogger wrangler, and the founder of Puddingstone Post. She was formerly editor-in-chief of TreeHugger, Discovery Channel online, and TLC's Parentables. Her writing has appeared in numerous print and online publications, and her book, Ready, Set, Green: 8 Weeks to Modern Eco-Living (Villard/Random House) was published in 2008. She lives in Newport, RI with her family.

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