The Prince Who Ran Away

The Prince Who Ran Away

The Story of Gautama Buddha

Book - 2001
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On a night more than two thousand years ago, a prince was born in India. He could have been the most powerful rajah in all the world. But instead, the prince chose to become a common beggar, seeking a way to end the suffering he saw around him. He knew riches could not end suffering. He learned that deprivation could not end suffering. Then, under an enormous spreading fig tree, deep in concentration, he found Enlightenment. He understood Dharma, the law governing all things. He had achieved Nirvana, the peace that triumphs over suffering. And he found this knowledge and understanding inside his own mind, nowhere else. He became the Buddha, and taught his way of ending suffering to all who wished to learn.
Publisher: New York : Knopf, c2001.
ISBN: 9780679891888
0679891889
Characteristics: [32] p. :,col. ill. ;,23 x 29 cm.
Additional Contributors: Amiri, Fahimeh 1947-

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