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Brother Lion (1987)

by Jeanne H. Livingston

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My friends, there is no obstacle, there is no barrier set in front of you which you cannot confront. But it is first important to consult to see whether it is there to redirect you or whether it is there for you to step over. That is important for you to know.

So counsels Brother Lion, a Buddhist Priest at Chaing Afai Temple. Thailand, during the 16th century. His insights are profound and far-reaching. And, he can teach you how to:
"Let the butterflies light on you rather than to chase them."
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