This classic translation of one of the world's most beautiful sacred texts serves as a clear, profound introduction to the basic precepts of Buddhism. Müller-one of the most popular, most respected, and most influential thinkers on spirituality of the 19th century-here, in this 1900 volume, he renders the wisdom of the Buddha in simple, lucid language, bringing the insight of the Buddha's Eightfold Path from misery to enlightenment to all. Seekers after spiritual comfort and students of world religion will be enthralled by this exquisite work.
German author FRIEDRICH MAX MULLER (1823-1900) combined the studies of language, culture, and religion to create the discipline of comparative mythology. Among his many works are The Sacred Books of the East and India: What Can It Teach Us?