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BUDDHADHAMMA - The Laws of Nature and Their Benefits to Life - by Bhikkhu P. A. Payutto

BUDDHADHAMMA

The Laws of Nature and Their Benefits to Life

by Bhikkhu P. A. Payutto

https://buddhadhamma.github.io/

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When asked, if they were trapped on a desert island with only one book, which title they would take, both Luang Por Pasanno and Tan Ajahn Jayasaro named this. Anumodana all who have finally made this available in English!

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Is or will the book be released in hard copy? I would not ask if there were no photographs of the book in hard copy on the pdf’s second page. I would be interested in purchasing such a book, given whom it has been praised by.

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I found the link to the book in this post…
https://www.dhammawheel.com/viewtopic.php?f=13&t=41284

some people are trying to get in touch with those responsible for more information.

:anjal:

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Yes I am trying to get in touch with those associated with this book about trying to find a hard copy. I was told they would distributed to Buddhist monasteries but I live in south Texas and it’s nearly impossible to find any. If anyone has any information please contact me as I would like to purchase this book. I have been waiting for years for this. I have downloaded the epub, which is is very convenient, but would love to own my own private copy. Thank you.

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https://www.asiabooks.com/buddhadhamma-the-law-of-nature-and-their-benefilts-to-life-232805.html

Only Ships to Thailand :(.

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I was warned that this is the 2019 version

the post version is from 2021

One option is to use a print service and order a print version of the pdf. The limit is usually 700 pages so you might need to split the file in two parts. Unfortunately, it is a bit expensive but I’ve done it in the past for a few books I treasured.

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Oh yeah! Did you use The Book Patch also? I used their service a few years ago and was quite satisfied!

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Yes, I’ve been using The Book Patch. Another option is Lulu as well.
Although I have a large quantity of PDFs I still relate more to a physical book than to an electronic one.
With Metta,
David

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