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Dalai Lama to write his autobiography

May 17, 2009

Belief.net
May 14, 2009

According to reports on
publishersmarketplace.com, Harper One bought the
Dalai Lama's next book, MY SPIRITUAL AUTOBIOGRAPHY, yesterday.

Aided by writer Sophia Stril-Rever, the Dalai
Lama will talk about his spiritual development,
including memories of his life as a child (chosen
at age four as the spiritual leader and head of
state of Tibet), his life as a young monk, his
exile from Tibet, and his current place on the
world stage as a pre-eminent Tibetan Buddhist
teacher and a proponent of peace, compassion, and religious tolerance.

With the DL's semi-retirement and advancing
years, this autobiography seems like a natural.
He's written many books, but this one could be particularly interesting.
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