The Undiscovered Country: Exploring the Promise of Death
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The Undiscovered Country: Exploring the Promise of Death

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Using stories and personal anecdotes, Easwaran addresses the lessons death can bring. He sheds light on the perennial questions of time, desire, the nature of the mind, and the realization that the bidy is only the jacket of the soul, and that in death the body dies, but the person does not. The Undiscovered Country shows there is no real death, only passage.
Paperback, 144 pages
Published May 3rd 1996 by Nilgiri Press
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