Keys to Living Well: Dharma Words I (Keys to Living Well)

Keys to Living Well: Dharma Words I (Keys to Living Well)A Selection Of Translated Articles That Venerable Master Hsing Yun Originally Wrote For A Special Column In The Merit Times, Keys To Living Well Represents The Launching Of A New Vehicle For Transmitting The Dharma Arranged In An Accessible Style, This Selection Addresses Moral, Spiritual, And Social Questions That Are Central To Our Day To Day Existence Whether It Is A Matter Of Cherishing Our Good Fortune With Humility Or Cultivating Tolerance For Others, Venerable Master Hsing Yun Imparts His Wisdom In A Pithy And Unambiguous Manner Like A Diagnosis That Precisely Identifies A Malady And A Prescription That Effectively Cures It, Each Chapter In Keys To Living Well Penetrates The Core Of Problems We All Encounter In Life, While Offering Us Effective Solutions To Overcome ThemThrough Maxims On Ethics, Mottoes For Conduct, And Injunctions Against Transgressions, Keys To Living Well Provides Us Direct Access To The Wisdom Of The Dharma

Hsing Yun Chinese pinyin X ngy n D sh born August 30, 1927 is a Chinese Buddhist monk and the founder founder of the Fo Guang Shan Buddhist order and the affiliated Buddha s Light International Association, one of the largest international Buddhist organizations in Taiwan and in the Buddhist world Hsing Yun is a forty eighth generation lineage holder of the Linji Chan Rinzai Zen school through Master Zhi Kai, his teacher He served as the first, second and third term director and abbot of the order before voluntarily resigning his position in 1985 in favor of his disciple, Hsin Ping.Hsing Yun is known for his Humanistic Buddhism philosophy employed by the Fo Guang Shan order, which utilizes Buddhism to fit the needs of a modern world He is credited by Buddhist scholars as one of the forefront leaders in modern reformation of Buddhism by opening monasteries, universities and schools around the world, as well as engaging in religious dialogue amongst other Buddhist sects and religious faiths.In Taiwan, Hsing Yun is notable for his activity in political affairs, particularly on the One China Policy as well as government legislation supported by the Kuomintang, and is often criticized for his views by those in favor of Taiwanese independence, conservative Buddhists and religious figures He was a figure of interest during the 1996 United States finance scandal involving then U.S Vice President Al Gore and a visit to Hsi Lai Temple, the U.S branch of Hsing Yun s organization

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  • Paperback
  • 241 pages
  • Keys to Living Well: Dharma Words I (Keys to Living Well)
  • Hsing Yun
  • 09 June 2019
  • 1932293132

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