A captivating story about one of the world’s most influential leaders of Buddhism—Master Hsuan Hua. As a youth in China, he liked to fight, ride wild horses, and tended to disobey his parents. Later, he changed and won the hearts of the Chinese by bowing to his parents and bringing them honor.
At nineteen, he became a Buddhist monk, living in the snowy mountains with tigers as friends. Without a cent, he traveled through China to America where with simple words and humor, he revealed the deep meanings of the Buddha’s teachings. Wishing for Buddhism to spread throughout the world, he oversaw the translation of the sacred writings into English and other languages. With kindness, compassion, and joy, he devoted his life to others.
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Paperback: 72 pages
Publication Date: 2014