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The Buddha's Light Philosophy
Author Shih, Hsing-yun=釋星雲 ; Ling, Amanda ; Ortega, Louvenia
PublisherBuddha's Light Publishing
Publisher Url
LocationHacienda Heights, CA, US [哈仙達崗, 加利福尼亞州, 美國]
Content type書籍=Book
NoteVenerable Master Hsing Yun has been a Buddhist monk for over seventy years and has spent his life working to promote Humanistic Buddhism. He is the founder of the Fo Guang Shan Buddhist Order, which has branch temples throughout Asia, Australia, Europe, and the Americas. He is the author of many works including For All Living Beings and Being Good: Buddhist Ethics for Everyday Life.
AbstractThe Buddha's Light Philosophy examines the management and accomplishments of the Fo Guang Shan Buddhist Order and the Buddha's Light International Association (BLIA). These organizations, founded to further the goals of Humanistic Buddhism, have flourished around the world and touched many lives. The Buddha's Light Philosophy traces their purpose, mission, concepts, and guidelines to provide the reader with an understanding of Humanistic Buddhist practice in the modern world.
Table of contents
Biography of the BLIA Founder
Chapter I: The Meaning of the Buddha’s Light Philosophy
Chapter II: The Mission of the Buddha’s Light Philosophy
Chapter III: Harmony Between Traditin and Modernity
Chapter IV: The Development of the Buddha’s Light Philosophy
Chapter V: The Founding of the BLIA
Chapter VII: The Guiding Principles of the BLIA
Chapter VI: The BLIA Anthem
Chapter VIII: BLIA General Conference Keynote Speeches
Chapter IX: The Fo Guang Samadhi
Chapter X: BLIA Procedures
Chapter XI: Understanding Humanistic Buddhism
Chapter XII: Humanistic Buddhism in the Sutras
Chapter XIII: The Buddha’s Light Organizational System
Chapter XIV: Guidelines for BLIA Members
Chapter XV: Social Action in Humaistic Buddhism
Chapter XVII: Buddhist Education
Chapter XVI: Frequently Asked Questions
Chapter XVIII: Stories About Venerable Master Hsing Yun
Chapter XIX: Stories About Devotees
ISBN9781932293456 (pbk); 1932293450 (pbk)
Created date2011.01.19
Modified date2011.02.23

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