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What the Buddha Never Taught: A ‘Behind the Robes” Account of Life in a Thai Forest Monastery

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What the Buddha Never Taught: A 'Behind the Robes" Account of Life in a Thai Forest Monastery

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There is still a place in the jungles of Thailand, where you could leave all of it behind … A cult classic and bestseller in the 1990s, Just what the Buddha Never Taught is a humorous "behind the robes" account of life inside among the most strict jungle monasteries in Southeast Asia. In Pahnanachat, the monks keep the 227 rules put down by the Buddha, consisting of refraining from all killing. Yet exactly how does a foreign monk handle cobra in the outhouse, or the lure of a Mars Bar in his begging bowl? Figure out, in this recently reincarnated 20th wedding anniversary edition, with a new intro by the writer and a brand-new foreword by Wade Davis.

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