Which Dhamma book would you choose as a gift?

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Re: Which Dhamma book would you choose as a gift?

Post by jackson » Wed Sep 07, 2011 5:12 pm

Greetings SamKR, :smile:
I'd like to second Alan's recommendation of Ayya Khema, particularly her book "Being Nobody, Going Nowhere". It covers a lot of ground, and is a book that I'm rereading right now and will likely read again. It also won the Christmas Humphreys Award for best introductory Buddhist book, but I'd say it's great for people who have been practicing a while as well. Anyway, I hope I'm not too late to this thread and best wishes!
"The heart of the path is quite easy. There’s no need to explain anything at length. Let go of love and hate and let things be. That’s all that I do in my own practice." - Ajahn Chah

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