Releasing Life

Author: Shenphen Zangpo (Stephen Powell)
Subtitle: An Ancient Buddhist Practice in the Modern World
No of Pages: 132
Year of Publication: n.av
File Size: 4 MB
Permission: Creative Commons Licence
Blurb: Releasing Life is a direct translation of the Chinese term fang-sheng, and specifically refers to the practice of saving animals facing imminent death. Although the Buddha did not directly teach the practice, it is a natural expression of the Buddhist tenets of benevolence and protection for all forms of life.
Notes: B&w illustrations. Index. Bibliography.