The Ultimate Distinction: Resolving Our Biggest Philosphical, Spiritual, And Practical Problem
Taoists call it yin and yang; Buddhists refer to the two truths: existence is both absolute and relative. Mystics get lost in the absolute, while most of us see only the relative. This title points out that both are necessary for living a life in concert with the way things really are.
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- Format: Paperback
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Natl Book Network
- ISBN-13: 9781591811695
- ISBN: 1591811694
- Publication Year: 2011