Big Questions

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Rodale, 2007 - Buddhist philosophy - 288 pages
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There are certain ‚e~big questions‚e(tm) that arise again and again as we each move through life. Questions like ‚e~Is there a God?‚e(tm), ‚e~What is the key to real happiness?‚e(tm) and ‚e~Is violence ever justified?‚e(tm). In this engaging, thought-provoking book, sought-after Buddhist teacher and author Lama Surya Das explores 30 such questions. His exploration draws on his own experience as a teacher of Tibetan Buddhism as well as other approaches to life and spirituality, including different schools of Buddhism, other religions, spirituality in general and pragmatism. The Big Questions encourages each of us to take a broad view when examining these and other important questions. It will inspire you to rediscover your own innate questioning spirit and encourage you to engage more fully with life so you can find your own authentic response to the big questions that we all face.

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Lama Surya Das has been praised by the Dalai Lama as ‚e~a leader of Western Buddhists‚e(tm). He is the most highly trained American Lama in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition and has been studying and practising for over 30 years. He is a sought-after teacher, conducting seminars and retreats all over the world and is a frequent spokesperson for Buddhism in the media. He is the author of five previous books including the bestselling Awakening the Buddha Within and also writes the ‚e~Ask a Lama‚e(tm) column on

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