A different insider's account of day by day existence inside of a Tibetan monastery, The Sound of 2 palms Clapping reveals to Western audiences the interesting information of monastic schooling. Georges B. J. Dreyfus, the 1st Westerner to accomplish the well-known Ge-luk curriculum and accomplish the prestigious name of geshe, weaves jointly eloquent and relocating autobiographical reflections with a historic assessment of Tibetan Buddhism and insights into its teachings.
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