The Best Buddhist Writing 2006

The Best Buddhist Writing 2006

Book - 2006
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Poignant, practical, and profound, The Best Buddhist Writing 2006 offers an eclectic and thought-provoking mix of Buddhist-inspired writing published during 2005. This year's collection includes fiction, personal stories, essays on such themes as love, parenting, and social, political, and global issues, and practical teachings that are insightful, relevant, and helpful to your life. All are informed by a spiritual philosophy and practice that is at once profound yet accessible, radical yet life-affirming. This volume contains writings by some familiar favorites, as well as some new voices.

Dzigar Kongtr#65533;l * Joan Sutherland * Thich Nhat Hanh * Marc Ian Barasch * Polly Trout * Lin Jensen * Sakyong Mipham * Sharon Salzberg * Anne Cushman * Katy Butler * Peter J. Conradi * Roshi Bodhin Kjolhede * The Dalai Lama * George Crane * Christina Feldman * Mariana Caplan * Pema Ch#65533;dr#65533;n * Carolyn Gimian * Norman Fischer * Charles Johnson * Jon Kabat-Zinn * Tenshin Reb Anderson * Erik Hansen * Diana Atkinson * Judith Toy * Frank Olendski * David Loy * The Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche * Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche * John Welwood * Nancy Hathaway * Mark Magill * Noelle Oxenhandler
Publisher: Boston : Shambhala Publications, 2006.
ISBN: 9781590304006
Branch Call Number: 294.3 B561, 2006
Characteristics: xiv, 317 p. ; 22 cm.
Additional Contributors: McLeod, Melvin
Alternative Title: Shambhala sun.
Call Number: 294.3 B561, 2006


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