Seeing with the Eye of Dhamma:
The Comprehensive Teaching of Buddhadasa Bhikkhu
A milestone in Buddhist literature, this comprehensive presentation of the practice of Dhamma shows how it can quench the dissatisfaction and suffering inherent in our lives
Dhamma—a Pali word meaning "law of nature" or "the truth," but commonly used to refer to the overall body of Buddhist teachings—has the potential to fundamentally change one's life. In this comprehensive set of teachings, Buddhadasa Bhikkhu, perhaps the most influential Thai Buddhist of the twentieth century, introduces the Dhamma to lay practitioners in a relatable and powerful way. Beginning with an extensive discussion of the practice and moving into specific teachings on Dhamma, this book will be an indispensable resource for Theravada Buddhist and Insight Meditation practitioners.
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Thank you very much for sharing that, Bodom.
You're welcome. I've always appreciated his views on the Dhamma.
Liberation is the inevitable fruit of the path and is bound to blossom forth when there is steady and persistent practice. The only requirements for reaching the final goal are two: to start and to continue. If these requirements are met there is no doubt the goal will be attained. This is the Dhamma, the undeviating law.