Re: [SCA Newcomers] Tibetan or Buddhist Resources?
- There are quite a few good books. I've taken a class
on Tibetan Buddhism, actually, that was VERY good. A
different professor is teaching this semester's class,
but he has some links:
A small, short book that is packed with photos and
info is "Tibet: Turning the Wheel of Life".
I don't know everyting about Tibet, but the class I
took was very informative, and if you have questions,
I can try my best to answer them, or ask my professor
for more sources where you *can* get them answered.
This man's area is Tibetan Buddhism; he's brilliant.
--- Jeremy Slick <purplellamaboi@...> wrote:
> At this point...anything! I'm not familiar with~Alyna MacGregor
> to really look. And my roommate has been coming up
> with dead ends on everything. So any guidance at
> point is helpful.
> Until the next time,
> --- Alyna MacGregor <alyna_macgregor@...>
> > This really depends on what you're looking for.
> > in mind that much of what makes up Tibet
> > is tied up in what it is religiously. While the
> > culture is slowly being dissolved by China, what
> > little there remains is the same as it has been
> a > very long time. It would hel if you were a bit
> more > specific about what exactly you need about
> Tibet or
> > Buddhism.
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