The Novice: A remarkable story of love and truth
Book Summary of The Novice: A remarkable story of love and truth
To continue on the path to enlightenment, Kinh must suffer false accusations, physical hardship and public humiliation without complaint. With absolute grace, astounding compassion and unwavering resolve, the novice perseveres in the face of every challenge. Ultimately, Kinh Tam's moving fate will transform lives and offer hope for us all.
In these pages, Zen master, poet and peace activist Thich Nhat Hanh retells an ancient Vietnamese folk tale, sharing Kinh's story as a teaching and proposing a real way of being in the the world that is utterly relevant now, in the twentyfirst century.
About the Author
Thich Nhat Hanh, a worldrenowned writer, poet, scholar and Zen Buddhist monk, lives in the monastic communities he has founded in France and America. The author of the hugely popular Anger and the classic The Miracle of Mindfulness, as well as numerous other books, he conducts public workshops throughout the world and peacemaking retreats with Vietnam veterans, Palestinians and Israelis. He was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 1967.
Details of Book: The Novice: A remarkable story of love and truth (BSID:5838)
|Book||The Novice: A remarkable story of love and truth|
|Author||Thich Nhat Hanh|
|Number of Pages||208|
|Dimensions||8.5 x 5.31 x 0.47 inches|
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It is amazing how a book sometimes finds it way to you when you need it most. I've read other books by Thich Nhat Hanh so I knew this would be a great story but I didn't expect it to have such an impact on me, I read it in one sitting. I needed to be reminded of how important it is to forgive. Th...
This is a retelling of an old Vietnamese folk tale by Thich Nhat Hanh. It should definitely be read as a Buddhist lesson, rather than as literature. If you read it as literature, it will be disappointing, but as an example of what the principle of loving-kindness looks like, then it is a useful r...
The book would be a boring insight into Buddhist Monastic life,if it was about a man.In the area of Vietnam where the Buddhist Monastery is they did not have nuns who practiced in the area,although in this time period they existed.To compare and contrast,if a person leaves his or her gender role,...
This is a ok book about a famous Vietnamese folktale. A young teenage girl ends up getting married to a young man and the man finds her one day with scissors trying to cut off some of his hair while he is sleeping, but he misinterprets it as she trying to kill him and they end up separating. She...
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