Complete enlightenment: translation and commentary on The sutra of complete enlightenment, Volume 9, Issue 7

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Dharma Drum, 1997 - Religion - 325 pages
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COMPLETE ENLIGHTENMENT is a translation and commentary on the Sutra of Complete Enlightenment, an extremely important text in the history of Chinese Buddhism. It is beautifully written with useful instructions, using ordinary language to convey profound ideas.

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I was recommended to this book by a fellow Buddhist. I remember she said that this is one of the three books I must read. With such high recommendation, I read this book. Indeed, this book explains the sutra very well with Venerable Master Sheng yen's commentary. I am sad that I have given away this book as I won't be able to re-read it. However, I am glad that I have shared this book with others.
The translation of Ven. Master Sheng yen's Chinese commentary is excellent. I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to learn about the sutra and Buddhism.
 

Contents

Foreword by Thich Nhat Harih
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Commentary
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Glossary
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