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October 07, 2011


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Nice booklist, thank you... "Walking On Lotus Flowers: Buddhist Women Living, Loving and Meditating" by Martine Batchelor was one of the first books I read on women and buddhism and is still one of my favourites.

Barry Briggs

Thanks, Dragonfly - I'll add it to the list!

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