Complete enlightenment: translation and commentary on The sutra of complete enlightenment, Volume 7
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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Foreword by Thich Nhat Hanh
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