The January 2009 issue of Shambhala Sun includes “Meaningful to Me,” a roundup of favorite Buddhist books of the past thirty years, as chosen by Judith Lief, Joan Sutherland, Sylvia Boorstein, Ajahn Amaro, Venerable Bhikkhu Bodhi, Susan Piver, John Tarrant, and Sumi Loundon Kim.
You can see their selections here. But we also want to know: which Buddhist book of the past thirty years has meant the most to you? Perhaps it was the first such book that you ever read, or maybe it was the fiftieth, but something about it made things go click! for you. Comment away!
(And no, you don’t have to stick to just one.)