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OUR REAL HOME: A Talk to an Ageing Lay-Disciple Approaching Death

by Ajahn Chah

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This book is a talk by Venerable Ajahn Chah addressed to an ageing lay-disciple approaching her death.
  saraswati_library_mm | Mar 15, 2010 |
This book is a talk by Venerable Ajahn Chah addressed to an ageing lay-disciple approaching her death.

About the Author:

Venerable Ajahn Chah Subhaddo (Chao Khun Bodhinyana Thera) (Thai: ชา สุภัทโท, alternatively spelled Achaan Chah, occasionally with honorific titles Luang Por and Phra; 17 June 1918 – 16 January 1992) was an influential teacher of the Buddhadharma and a founder of two major monasteries in the Thai Forest Tradition.

Respected and loved in his own country as a man of great wisdom, he was also instrumental in establishing Theravada Buddhism in the West. Beginning in 1979 with the founding of Cittaviveka (commonly known as Chithurst Buddhist Monastery) in the United Kingdom, the Thai Forest Tradition of Ajahn Chah has spread throughout Europe, the United States and the British Commonwealth. The dhamma talks of Ajahn Chah have been recorded, transcribed and translated into several languages.

More than one million people, including the Thai royal family, attended Ajahn Chah's funeral in 1992. He left behind a legacy of dhamma talks, students, and monasteries.
  Saraswati_Library | Feb 23, 2010 |
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