Master Hsing Yun is a Chinese Buddhist monk and forty-eighth patriarch of the Linji School of Ch'an (Zen) Buddhism. He is founder of Fo Kuang Shan monastery in Taiwan and of the Buddha's Light International Association, which has nearly a million members worldwide.
Being Good: Buddhist Ethics for Everyday Lifeby Hsing Yun, Tom Graham
Topics include controlling the body and speech, overcoming greed, ending anger,
Being Good invites readers to consider what it means to lead a good life. In this collection of essays, Venerable Master Hsing Yun offers practical advice on specific moral and ethical issues, using passages from the Buddhist scriptures as points of departure for his discussions.
Topics include controlling the body and speech, overcoming greed, ending anger, having patience under insult, getting along with others, as well as what it means to practice Buddhism, and the joys and blessings that can come from that practice.
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