By Lama Thubten Yeshe,Lama Zopa Rinpoche,Ven. Amy Miller,FPMT
Topics coated contain the lifetime of the Buddha, the 4 noble truths, and a statement at the steps of the trail to enlightenment following the basis of All strong characteristics, a prayer asking for advantages written by means of the Tibetan saint, Lama Tsongkhapa. it is a distinctive mix of teachings and instruments for religious seekers that's lengthy overdue.
Also integrated is a unfastened code for the web studying path which incorporates downloadable audio records of the path as taught by means of Ven. Amy Miller.
2010 version, 243 pages.
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