WIN! Buddhist Wisdom book

It’s competition time again, courtesy of Tuttle Publishing. Here’s your chance to win a little book of Buddhist wisdom. Also, two blog posts in a day? Aren’t you lucky?

Buddhism Wisdom

This little book of Buddhist wisdom would make a perfect stocking filler present (yes, I’m thinking about that already) or bedside table buddy. You can read one reflection each day, or open to any page to find the insight, comfort or guidance you’re looking for. It also offers a quick and easy way to incorporate the teachings of the Buddha into your daily life, with a brief introduction to Buddhist practice and a calendar of events to observe throughout the year. Buddhism is a tradition that offers all individuals, regardless of religion, a way of exploring the true role and purpose of our lives as human beings. The reflections have been drawn from a range of sources widely regarded as the most accurate recorded versions of Buddha’s teachings.

This book is great for someone who leads a busy life but can nonetheless spare 15 seconds a day to read just one reflection (which we all can). The book’s the ideal size too, probably the smallest competition prize on this blog so far!

For over 60 years, Tuttle has published more than 6,000 books and today maintains an active backlist of around 2,000 titles. Many of the books originally published by Charles E. Tuttle in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s remain popular today—a great testament to his skill as a publisher. The company now produces 150 new titles each year, most of which still focus on the areas of Asian interest that Tuttle has long been known for—everything from Asian literature and language learning to cooking, art, crafts and design.

For your chance to win a copy, all you have to do is like Tuttle Publishing on Facebook and comment below by 9pm Sunday 26 Sunday.

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