This multi-faceted volume includes a collection of aphorisms, a selection of teachings on Buddhism and the arts, and two collections of late writings.
The aphorisms, from the first phase of Sangharakshita’s teaching in the West, are by turns uncompromising, provocative, witty, self-evident, gnomic and plain common sense. The sequence on the arts sheds light on one of Sangharakshita’s most distinctive perspectives on the Dharma. The late writings cover an astonishingly wide range of themes, from his childhood memories to the lucid reflections of Sangharakshita’s old age.
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