Re: [Pali] Re: Reference source
Thanks for your useful info and the Amazon site which gave the original imprint.
I found more than what I was looking for. Reading Thich Nhat Hanh brings back happy
memories when I was in Berkeley, and met his publisher at Parallax.
David Yeung wrote:
> Piya Tan wrote:
> > I'm writing paper for an inter-religious forum. This is one anecdote I
> > would like to use. Could anyone help me with the source of this story:
> The story comes from the first chapter of his book _Living Buddha,
> Living Christ_, in a slightly different form than you've quoted above.
> David Yeung
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