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The Sutta Nipata By Laurence Khantipalo
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The Sutta Nipāta is a well known and well loved early Buddhist text. It is a compilation of poems that inspire, educate, and admonish. Touching devotion, profound philosophy, pragmatic ethics,... More > and insights into early Buddhist culture all find their place here. This translation expresses these teachings in a poetic voice. The primary translator and commentator is the experienced Pali scholar Laurence Khantipalo Mills, with portions by others including Bhikkhu Ñānamoli and Bhikkhu Sujato.< Less
Buddhism for the Awareness Challenged By Michael Jaquish
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What practical impact does the philosophy of Buddhism have for those engaged with modern culture and how does awareness enter the picture? This book offers a collection of essays by a contemplative... More > Buddhist and author of over fifteen books that provides comments and observations on a variety of contemporary issues intended to show how the Buddhist perspective can be used to engage a wide variety of issues realistically with awareness, mindfulness and compassion.< Less
Buddhism for the Awareness Challenged By Michael Jaquish
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What practical impact does the philosophy of Buddhism have for those engaged with modern culture and how does awareness enter the picture? This book offers a collection of essays by a contemplative... More > Buddhist and author of over fifteen books that provides comments and observations on a variety of contemporary issues intended to show how the Buddhist perspective can be used to engage a wide variety of issues realistically with awareness, mindfulness and compassion.< Less
Buddhism for the Awareness Challenged By Michael Jaquish
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What practical impact does the philosophy of Buddhism have for those engaged with modern culture and how does awareness enter the picture? This book offers a collection of essays by a contemplative... More > Buddhist and author of over fifteen books that provides comments and observations on a variety of contemporary issues intended to show how the Buddhist perspective can be used to engage a wide variety of issues realistically with awareness, mindfulness and compassion.< Less
MY SENRYU MEDLEYS By Jean Elizabeth Ward, Poet Laureate
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A book consisting of Japanese Verse, which is 5-7-5 syllables per poem; in alphabetical order for an easy read. Various subjects. Based on Zen Buddhist philosophy of simplicity, and the idea of... More > perfection that excludes the extraneous. Titled in order to catagorize the poems.< Less
MY SENRYU MEDLEYS By Jean Elizabeth Ward, Poet Laureate
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A book consisting of Japanese Verse, which is 5-7-5 syllables per poem; in alphabetical order for an easy read. Various subjects. Based on Zen Buddhist philosophy of simplicity, and the idea of... More > perfection that excludes the extraneous. Titled in order to catagorize the poems.< Less
Great Master Wonhyo By Byeong-Jo Jeong
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Wonhyo (617–686 CE) was one of the leading thinkers, writers and commentators of the Korean Buddhist tradition. Essence-Function (Chinese: 體用), a key concept in East Asian... More > Buddhism and particularly Korean Buddhism, was refined in the syncretic philosophy and world view of Wonhyo.< Less
Becoming Your Own Therapist & Make Your Mind an Ocean By Lama Yeshe
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This expanded edition contains both of the very popular Lama Yeshe booklets, Becoming Your Own Therapist and Make Your Mind an Ocean. Becoming Your Own Therapist First published in 1998, this... More > booklet contains three public talks by Lama Yeshe on the general topic of Buddhism. Each lecture is followed by a question and answer session. Make Your Mind an Ocean The talks in this booklet are on the general topic of the mind. Perhaps of greatest interest is the lecture entitled "A Buddhist Approach to Mental Illness." Lama presented this talk to a group of psychiatrists. This historic exchange underscores the difference between Western and Buddhist concepts of mental health. The Lama Yeshe Wisdom Archive (LYWA) is the collected works of Lama Thubten Yeshe and Kyabje Lama Thubten Zopa Rinpoche. The Archive was founded in 1996 by Lama Zopa Rinpoche, its spiritual director, to make available in various ways the teachings it contains. Please visit us at www.lamayeshe.com.< Less
Towards Emptiness By Stephen Gareth Smith
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In line with a Buddhist tradition, Towards Emptiness offers an alternative to the philosophical process, and explores practical methods by which we might begin to solve the basic enigma of our... More > existence. In part one, the key figures in the great movements of philosophy are considered in some detail, with a view to throwing a gradual light on a radical change in outlook. Part two takes the form of a personal exploration of reality through the disciplines of meditation. ‘Many philosophers have asked why there is something rather than nothing. I think the answer to that lies in the realisation that there has never been either something or nothing, neither being nor non-being. That such questions are ‘false’ according to Russell’s outline of definite descriptions...'< Less
Towards Emptiness By Stephen Gareth Smith
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In line with a Buddhist tradition, Towards Emptiness offers an alternative to the philosophical process, and explores practical methods by which we might begin to solve the basic enigma of our... More > existence. In part one, the key figures in the great movements of philosophy are considered in some detail, with a view to throwing a gradual light on a radical change in outlook. Part two takes the form of a personal exploration of reality through the disciplines of meditation. ‘Many philosophers have asked why there is something rather than nothing. I think the answer to that lies in the realisation that there has never been either something or nothing, neither being nor non-being. That such questions are ‘false’ according to Russell’s outline of definite descriptions...'< Less

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