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Dharma as Water, Vol. 3

Dharma as Water, Vol. 3Personal experience led Dharma Master Wu-da, a Buddhist monk in the Tang Dynasty, to write the Compassionate Samadhi Water Repentance so that others might understand the truth of reincarnation and the karmic law of cause and effect.Read more...
 

The Path to Awakening

The Path to Awakening" Creating a life of happiness must start from the mind. If we can all work to pu... Read more...

Mirror of the Heart: The Power of Mindfulness

Mirror of the Heart: The Power of Mindfulness
“For the person in the mirror to smile, we must smile first. If we hope to live ...
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Realizing Principles through Propriety: Cultivating a Humanistic Character

Realizing Principles through Propriety: Cultivating a Humanistic Character "By practicing propriety, we return to our pure nature."Read more...

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Buy Wisdom—The Master Tells Stories 1

Buy Wisdom—The Master Tells Stories 1This book is a collection of 19 stories told by Dharma Master Cheng Yen which ar... Read more...

Dharma as Water—A Commentary on the Compassionate Samadhi Water Repentance (II)

Dharma as Water—A Commentary on the Compassionate Samadhi Water Repentance (II)The Compassionate Samadhi Water Repentance is a well-known text in the Chinese B... Read more...

Jar in Water -- The Master Tells Stories 2

Jar in Water -- The Master Tells Stories 2[The Master Tells Stories 2]
This book is a collection of 12 stories told by Dhar... Read more...

The Fundamentals of Virtue. Pillars of World Peace

The Fundamentals of Virtue. Pillars of World PeaceMaster Cheng Yen translates the essence of the Buddha’s teachings into simple an... Read more...
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Jing-Si Aphorism