Collected Essays of Bhikkhu Bodhi
By: Bhikkhu Bodhi
This volume brings together fifty-three essays of Bhikkhu Bodhi that were earlier published by the BPS in newsletters and other publications.
These essays reveal the depth and breadth of Bhikkhu Bodhi’s ability to communicate the timeless teaching of the Buddha and his great skill in guiding towards applying the Dhamma in everyday life. They range from simple essays on virtuous conduct to more complex expositions of the doctrine, but all focus on a relevance to today’s world. The essays are on topics such as Buddhist social ethics, philosophy, friendship, study, rebirth, meditation, the dangers of unbridled capitalism, and the future of Buddhism.
This book, which has been published in celebration of Bhikkhu Bodhi’s 70th birthday, also contains a biography of the Dhamma master.
Note: This book has been issued free to our members for the second mailing 2014.
Catalogue No. bp436s Language: English