Mindfully Facing Disease and Death

The chief aim of this book is to provide a collection of passages taken from the Buddha's early discourses that provide guidance for facing disease and death.

Author: Bhikkhu Analayo

Publisher: Windhorse Publications (UK)

ISBN: 1909314722

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A practical guide for those facing disease and death, providing access to the ageless wisdom of the Buddha s teaching."
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