The Wheel of Engaged Buddhism: A New Map of the Path
A guide to how Buddhist ideals can be applied to the issues faced by contemporary society. The author draws a map of these issues in the form of a mandala, a traditional Buddhist painting or visual depiction of practice, with ten pictures, each representing an area of concern and activity.
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