Three Japanese Buddhist Monks

Category: Book
Translated By: McKinney, Meredith
By (author): Various
Series: Penguin Great Ideas
Subject:  PHILOSOPHY / Buddhist
  PHILOSOPHY / Mind & Body
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Published: June 2021
Format: Book-paperback
Pages: 112
Size: 7.11in x 4.38in x 0.27in
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From The Publisher*A guiding light amid the world's chaos and a manual for rejecting materialism, in the form of writings by Japanese Buddhist monks

These simple, inspiring writings by three medieval Buddhist monks offer peace and wisdom amid the world's uncertainties, and are an invitation to relinquish earthly desires and instead taste life in the moment.

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