By Georg Feuerstein and Brenda Feuerstein
Eco-friendly Dharma is a clarion name to Buddhist academics and practitioners to translate the Buddhist knowledge teachings right into a doable eco-friendly way of life, which treats either the internal and outer surroundings with reverence. This booklet is must-reading for somebody trying to perform the Buddha Dharma or certainly the other non secular culture in a significant and in charge demeanour at a time of globally environmental situation ( 6th Mass Extinction ).
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