Dharma Punx, by Noah Levine

Dharma PunxIt would be easy to say that Dharma Punx is Noah Levine’s memoir of how he turned his life around. Like life itself, it’s a little more complicated than that. Levine does turn his life around, but without rejecting the basic philosophy and ideology that led him to become interested in punk music. This memoir therefore is more about how Levine combined the anti-authoritarian and nihilistic philosophies behind the punk movement of the 70s with his practice as a Buddhist.
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