Freedom in Exile by Dalai Lama
The Autobiography of The Dalai Lama

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Tibet's exiled spiritual and secular leader describes his childhood, the Chinese invasion of Tibet, and how exiled Tibetans have rebuilt their lives and explains Tibetan Buddhism along with his philosophy of peace

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His Holiness the Dalai Lama of Tibet won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1989. He is the author of two memoirs and numerous books on Buddhism, including The Way to Freedom and Awakening the Mind, Lightening the Heart--the first two volumes of the landmark Library of Tibet series.
Published March 21, 1991 by Abacus. 308 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Religion & Spirituality, Travel, Political & Social Sciences, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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Above all, however, he writes of Tibet and its suffering as a dismembered nation, of building a new life in India and preserving Tibetan heritage, of constant diplomatic jousting with the Chinese, and of his hope that a future free Tibet (which he envisions as a Buddhist-Marxist democracy) may be...

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