Geshe Kelsang Gyatso
The Story of Angulimala
January 07, 2020 Comments.. 931
The Story of Angulimala The Story of Angulimala is a tale of how one unhappy man who only wished to harm others was able to transform into a loving and kind person through practicing Buddha s teachings Themes include How to
  • Title: The Story of Angulimala
  • Author: Geshe Kelsang Gyatso
  • ISBN: 9781616060213
  • Page: 422
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Story of Angulimala is a tale of how one unhappy man who only wished to harm others was able to transform into a loving and kind person through practicing Buddha s teachings Themes include How to stop being angry and harmful How to be calm and peaceful How to be loving and kind towards each other This is the first book in the Buddhism for Children series The BuddhismThe Story of Angulimala is a tale of how one unhappy man who only wished to harm others was able to transform into a loving and kind person through practicing Buddha s teachings Themes include How to stop being angry and harmful How to be calm and peaceful How to be loving and kind towards each other This is the first book in the Buddhism for Children series The Buddhism for Children series invites children to make a journey of self discovery and self improvement to help them realize their full potential The series aims to show how everyone, Buddhist and non Buddhist, can learn something from the teachings of Buddha The Buddhism for Children series consists of 4 levels ranging from ages 4 to 10 and over.
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    1. Eve says:

      Through this engaging story on Buddhist principles, young readers can learn how to control their emotions and implement positive change in their lives This story focuses on one malicious man who intended to do harm onto others yet grew into a giving, compassionate person through a Buddhist practice Children will learn the basic teachings of Buddhism, yet, since the book targets audiences of both Buddhists and non Buddhists alike, they will also likely find ways to improve themselves by methods o [...]

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