Little Panka Sweeps the Mind – 掃心地。周利槃陀伽的故事
Little Panka is a novice monk who can’t get anything right: as soon as he is taught something he forgets it right away. Little Panka’s older brother gets so frustrated he kicks him out of the monastery. Just when i couldn’t get any worse, Little Panka is visited by the Buddha, who gently shows him new ways to learn. With vibrant illustrations by Du Lu, Little Panka Sweeps the Mind is a charming picture book about the importance of patience that shows readers young and old that awakening is open to us all.
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Little Lotus and the Loving Kindness Cup – 小蓮花與愛心杯
Little Lotus’s school is having a recycling contest, and Lotus is determined to win the glory for Room 8, but she must choose between doing the right thing for the environment outside, or the environment inside. This charming chapter book for children with a Buddhist main character has an inspiring moral message while being entertaining reading for families to experience together.
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Life – 佛教對當代問題的探討(二)
In Life, Venerable Master Hsing Yun articulates the Buddhist view of the meaning, grandeur, and mystery of life, while applying those views in different arenas of contemporary society. Life flows effortlessly between Buddhist theory and practice, and between history and personal exposé, entering a deep exploration on such topics as human rights, education, politics and freedom.
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Infinite Compassion, Endless Wisdom – 菩薩行証
Infinite Compassion, Endless Wisdom introduces us to the many Buddhist practitioners who have, for centuries, selflessly labored for the benefit of others. From the great bodhisattvas whose lives are confined to myth and legend, to those Buddhist masters who shaped the religion we know today, Infinite Compassion, Endless Wisdom shares their lives, their teachings, and their practice.
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From the Four Noble Truths to the Four Universal Vows – 從四聖諦到四弘誓願
Venerable Master Hsing Yun discusses the importance of the Four Noble Truths, as the Buddha taught them. He also discusses the Four Universal Vows that compliment the Four Noble Truths. He uses the fundamental teachings of the Buddha to emphasize the harmony, which prevails in all forms of Buddhism at the highest level of doctrine. Master Hsing Yun demonstrates the common acceptance of the Four Noble Truths by quoting from the prominent scriptures of every Buddhist tradition. He states that it is not easy to understand the integration of the Mahayana and Theravada Schools through the Four Noble Truths and the Four Universal Vows. However, with comprehensive wisdom and realization, integration is certainly possible.
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For All Living Beings (A Guide to Buddhist Practice) – 人間佛教的戒定慧
Introduction "Once we realize that we all live in the same community we can let go of our one-sided sense of self and look out for each other. When we know that we are all one, we can see that all living beings are equal, and respect all beings's rights to life." In For All Living Beings, Venerable Master Hsing Yun shows us that the path to a life that is wholesome, peaceful, and filled with wisdom starts with helping others. With humor and a love of storytelling, For All Living Beings teaches us how doing the right thing can make us free, how meditation can open the mind, and how wisdom can enter every part of our lives and lead us to enlightenment. 
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Embracing Nature 佛教與自然生態
There has been a consistent connection between Buddhism and the environment since ancient times. harmony with plants and animals has always played an important role in the stories that transmitted Buddhism across the world. In the past, other authors have treated this role lightly, a bit part in a play. Master Hsing Yun has assembled a collection of these stories for you in this volume and his revelation is that nature is the star of the show. There is serious urgency to his message, in our world today we have to start appreciating plants and animals or our planet will be ruined.
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Cloud and Water – 星雲說偈
As much as Chan has a tradition of ardent practice and profound teachings, it also has a history of beautiful artistry. Cloud and Water is a sample of that rich history, with translations of over thirty-six beloved Chan poems, each with commentary by Venerable Master Hsing Yun.
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Chan Heart, Chan Art – 禪話禪畫
In Chan Heart, Chan Art, Venerable Master Hsing Yun retells one hundred classic gongans – the direct and often humorous stories of the enlightened conversations between Buddhist practitioners, in approachable and lively prose. Winner of Foreword Magazine’s 2007 Book of the Year Award for Religious Fiction, this handsome volume is perfect for lovers of quiet solemnity and sublime beauty alike.
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Buddha Land in the Human World – 人間佛國
Buddha Land in the Human World chronicles the construction of the Buddha Memorial Center, a vast complex in Taiwan built to honor the life of the Buddha. Beautiful landscapes, interactive museum exhibits, and breathtaking shrines surround the center piece of this modern pagoda: a relic of the Buddha’s tooth, recovered from his funeral pyre, and locked away from the public eye for centuries, until now. Learn the origin, vision, and stories of the thousands of people who worked together to create this bastion of Buddhist learning and devotion that will last for generations to come.
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Bright Star, Luminous Cloud – 雲水日月
From Fo Guang Shan’s construction of colleges to the propagation of Buddhist writing and media, as well as to the development of improved relations between China and Taiwan, Fu Zhiying looks at the mind behind these innovations. Bright Star, Luminous Cloud forms the narrative of the development of Humanistic Buddhism through the life and times of Venerable Master Hsing Yun.
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BIES(22) -On Becoming a Bodhisattva / 菩薩的宗教體驗
Introduction A Bodhisattva is someone truly dedicated to delivering all sentient beings from suffering. This booklet introduces some of the characteristics to be developed on such a path.
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BIES(18)-The Amitabha Sutra and the Pure Land School
Introduction Describes the different Pure Lands mentioned in Buddhist texts and the idea of building a pure land here in this life.
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BIES(4)- The Great Buddha / 偉大的佛陀
Introduction A collection of frequently asked questions regarding the Buddha’s life.
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Bells, Gongs and Wooden Fish – 無聲息的歌唱
Introduction In Bells, Gongs, and Wooden Fish, Venerable Master Hsing Yun grants voices to the objects of daily monastic life to tell their stories in this collection of first-person narratives. From monastic shoes to robes and alms bowls, these everyday objects tell the story of their lives and the life of Buddhism from their own perspective.  Originally published in 1953, the collected sketches are both lyrical and satiric. The collection of inanimate speakers describe and criticize the state of Chinese Buddhism in the early twentieth century in which educating the laity in an afterthought and the day-to-day activities of monastics are dominated by funerary rites.  Bells, Gongs, and Wooden Fish showcases the beginnings of Master Hsing Yun's work as a Buddhist reformer, and describes a path to revolutionize, modernize, and humanize Buddhism that resonates to this day. 
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Being Good – 人間佛教的經證
Being Good invites readers to consider what it means to lead a good life. In this collection of essays, Venerable Master Hsing Yun offers practical advice on specific moral and ethical issues, using passages from the Buddhist scriptures as a point of departure for his discussions. Topics include controlling the body and speech, overcoming greed, ending anger, getting along with others, and more.
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