By Thinley Norbu
Rinpoche’s tales supply readers an appreciation of the characteristics of religion, appreciate, and dedication that he so superbly embodied and strove to transmit. additionally, they convey a few of his such a lot direct and trenchant directions at the view of Buddhism and on what practitioners generally—and Western ones in particular—need to do to be able to accomplish the objective of the Buddhist direction. His occasionally provocative instructing sort is an expression of the deep kindness with which he appeared his students.
The narrative is delivered to existence visually with many infrequent own colour pictures of Rinpoche, his academics, his relatives, and the areas he lived. even more than a memoir, this booklet is an articulate expression of Thinley Norbu’s incisive knowledge and profound compassion.
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