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Cultivating the Buddhist Heart: How to Find Peace and Fulfillment in a…

by Nichiko Niwano

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 433302322X, Paperback)

What was the exact nature of the spiritual awakening of Shakyamuni, the founder of Buddhism? In this inspirational book, written with deep self-reflection after the study of Buddhist scriptures and the writings of great teachers from the past and present, the author describes what it means to emulate Shakyamuni. He shares with readers the knowledge that we can find true inner peace and fulfillment by striving to cultivate in our hearts those attitudes that can change our everyday lives.

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