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    Wisdom and Compassion: The Sacred Art of Tibet Paid Member

    Wisdom and Compassion: The Sacred Art of Tibet By Marylin M. Rhie and Robert A. F. Thurman.Photographs by John Bigelow Taylor.Asian Art Museum of San Francisco and Tibet House, New York, in association with Harry N. Abrams Inc., New York, 1991.406 pp. $65.00 (hardcover)/$45.00 (paperback). More »
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    The Lion-Dog of Buddhist Asia Paid Member

    The Lion-Dog of Buddhist AsiaBy Elsie P. Mitchell Fugaisha: New York, 1991. 191 pp. 57 plates. $50 (hardcover) / $27.50 (paperback). Distributor: Charles E. Tuttle Company More »
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    Cultivating the Empty Field: The Silent Illumination of Zen Master Hongzhi Paid Member

    Cultivating the Empty Field: The Silent Dlumination of Zen Master HongzhiTranslated by Taigen Daniel Leighton with Yi Wu. North Point Press: San Francisco, 1991.91 pp. $11.95 (paperback). More »
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    Dharma Doors Paid Member

    The Middle Length Discourses of the Buddha More »
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    Books in Brief Summer 2014 Paid Member

    Buddhist writer Clark Strand is disillusioned with American Buddhism. That is, he avows, with the exception of Soka Gakkai International (SGI), the world’s largest lay Buddhist institution, whose presence has been steadily growing on American shores as well as abroad. Founded in Japan in 1930, the organization now boasts 12 million members in 192 countries. In Waking the Buddha (Middleway Press, May 2014, $14.95, 192 pp., paper), Strand suggests SGI as a role model for any religious institution seeking to thrive in the 21st century. More »
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    Dharma Drunks Paid Member

      Refuge Recovery: A Buddhist Path to Recovering from AddictionNoah LevineHarperOne, June 2014 288 pp.; $16.99 cloth More »