Ram Dass went to India for the first time in 1967. Leaving as Dr. Richard Alpert, he returned as Ram Dass, a name given to him by his guru Maharajji. Changed by his experience with his mentor, Ram Dass left Harvard, where he was a psychologist, and created the Hanuman Foundation, a non-profit organization. He suffered a near-fatal stroke in 1997, which left him paralyzed on the right side of his body and limited speech ability, but still continues his work today.
Ram Dass; Read by the author
Discover and Live a Life of Spiritual Fulfillment
With wisdom gained from his personal 30-year search for enlightenment, Ram Dass speaks from the heart about the often rocky yet profoundly...