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Runner Up: Best Book About Buddhism
The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying: The Spiritual Classic & International Bestseller, is a revised and edited version of the original international bestseller. It is an interpretation of the Tibetan Book of the Dead by Walter Evans-Wentz published in 1927. If you’re looking for a thorough introduction to Buddhism, this is the book for you. The book flows from birth to death and thoroughly describes the teachings of Tibetan Buddhism. If you’re struggling with the concept of death, it teaches you the Buddhist thoughts on death, and how it really isn’t a time for sadness and crisis as much as it is a time for rebirth and spiritual advancement. If you’re interested in Buddhism, or even just new outlooks on life and death, you’ll love the way you come out of this book with a better outlook on both and how to handle them constructively.
If you’re looking for an introduction to Buddhism with illustrations and in a simple guidebook format, you may not like this rendition. This is a little more straightforward and serious presentation of Buddhism than some, but it presents a lot of ideas you won’t find elsewhere, especially if you’re struggling with the concept of death.