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Buddha Root Farm

Buddha Root Farm
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A collection of lectures given during an Amitabha Buddha recitation session that explain the practice and philosophy of the Pure Land School. The instructions are especially useful for beginners. A collection of lectures given during an Amitabha Buddha recitation session, explaining the practice and philosophy of the Pure Land School. This session was held in a tent at a farm on the Smith River near Reedsport, Oregon, in August 1975.

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