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Description: As all of humanity comes face to face with disease and mortality, both their own and that of others, the Buddha has offered a way to wisely face these challenges. This book provides us with a clear understanding of the Buddha’s profound teachings on sickness, death and grieving. Together we will explore how to compassionately apply mindfulness to these universal experiences. This discussion will be led by Joy LiBethe and Larry Dawalt, both of whom have extensive experience with this topic.
The author: Bhikkhu Analayo, Ph.D., is an academic scholar, a monk, a widely respected translator, and author of numerous books on meditation and early Buddhism.
“Bhikkhu Analayo has given a great gift to all of us by bringing together the compassionate wisdom of the Buddha on our mortality”
– Roshi Joan Halifax
“This book has the potential to transform the lives of everyone who reads it.”
– Toni Bernhard