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A Tibetan Buddhist classic by Thogme Zangpo, 37 Practices of a Bodhisattva is given a lovingly expanded and updated translation and commentary by Buddhist writer Brian Robertson. The book is perfect for beginners or longtime students and is a practical manual about how an Awakening Being acts and handles life's occasional rough spots -- like in themselves and with other people! The book contains such famous lines such as: "All suffering comes from wanting only your own happiness. Perfect awakening is born from wanting to benefit others."