Inyo County Free Library - New Acquisitions
March 2022 - April 2022
These are books and media new to the library and cataloged by the Inyo County Free Library.
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By Neshama, Rivvy
Publishing Date: 
Call Number: 204.4 NES
Collects the most meaningful and inspiring stories from the author's life, including people and experiences that taught her how to live a good life--one touched with sacredness.
By Marty, Martin E
Publishing Date: 2007
Call Number: 270 MAR
A history of the origins, history, and spread of Christianity around the world explores the life of Christ and his teachings, the journeys of the apostles, and the growing influence of the religion on theology, politics, culture, and society.
By Sonam Rinchen
Publishing Date: c2010
Call Number: 294.3 SON
The wish for freedom, the altruistic intention to be of ultimate benefit to others, and the wisdom realizing emptiness constitute the three principal aspects of the path to enlightenment. These three insights form the indispensable support for all the practices of both sutra and tantra. In this teaching, Geshe Sonam Rinchen explains in clear and readily accessible terms Je Tsongkhapa's (1357-1419) short text on these three principal aspects of the path. The engaging exposition of the essential steps to enlightenment will be appreciated both by those with no previous exposure to Buddhism and by those who wish to undertake the practices of tantra, for which at least a sound understanding of these three is essential. - (NBN)
By Zhabs-dkar Tshogs-drug-rang-grol
Publishing Date: c2011
Call Number: 294.383 ZHA
These deeply personal songs of realization by Nyingmapa yogi Shabkar Tshogdruk Rangdrol (1781–1851), composed in a simple yet richly poetic style, charm by their beauty and directness, often expressing the delights of nature. Drawn from the vast and mostly untranslated collection, The Festival of Melodious Songs, they have been organized thematically to reflect Shabkar's quest for spiritual awareness through renouncing the world and meditating in mountain hermitages. - (NBN)
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