Synopses & Reviews
Over the centuries, Buddhism has produced an enormous quantity of teachings, doctrines, and highly complex systems of thought, making it very difficult to obtain a grasp of the full range of Buddhist philosophy and practice. In Lotus in a Stream, Chinese Buddhist Master Hsing Yun offers a Buddhist primer to organizes the major ideas and practices of Buddhism, from the most basic to the most complex, and presents them in concise, accessible, yet highly insightful mini-essays. An accomplished scholar of Buddhism, Master Hsing Yun also illuminates Buddhist doctrines with the light of decades of practice. Whether read straight through or flipped through as a handy encyclopedia, Lotus in a Stream is the perfect reference for beginners and advanced students of Buddhism alike.