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In depth and detailed reflection of the Precepts. It makes one think in a precise and fresh way to understand and practice or even consider practicing the vows.Published 2 months ago by Manoj Ramakrishnan
this is a great read for anyone preparing to take 16 precepts, Soto or Rinzai. The author shares the relevance of each precepts and illustrates with personal stories/experiences... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Joseph L. Fisher
A primer for navigating the precepts. I've read it twice and continue to refer to it.Published 17 months ago by Hannah Sullivan
The author does a great job of allowing the reader to get a 360 degree perspective of the bodhisattva precepts. Read morePublished on May 22, 2014 by George Haskoor
I was a little surprised that my therapist recommended this book, but after reading it, I understand why, which I won't bore you with. Read morePublished on October 16, 2013 by J. M. Skalnik