The Moon and Flowers: A Woman's Path to Enlightenment
The 19 women who wrote these essays have all been ordained within the Buddhist tradition. They come from different countries and have very different life-styles: some are career women, some are mothers leading a family life, and some live and work in country-retreat centres. One thing they all have in common is their firm commitment to Buddhism. In the essays they describe how they are trying to bring the various aspects and concerns of their daily lives into harmony with their Buddhist ideals and practice. The many topics they discuss include feminism, motherhood, work, sexuality and friendship.
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