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Fo Guang Shan International Translation Center is dedicated to translating and distributing quality translations of classical Buddhist texts as well as works by contemporary Buddhist teachers and scholars. We embrace Humanistic Buddhism, and promote Buddhist writing that is accessible, community-oriented, and relevant to daily life. On FGSITC.org you can browse all of our publications, read them online and even download them for FREE, as well as requesting printed copies for you or your organization.

Recent Publications

Featured Articles

Beyond Differentiation: Do Not Judge
Venerable Master Hsing Yun Do Not Judge Others If we never judged others, we would never feel the need to
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The Buddhist Tradition of Protecting the Environment
Venerable Master Hsing Yun Most people regard the Buddhist religion as conservative and passive. Many think that Buddhism only teaches
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Three Levels of Patience
Venerable Master Hsing Yun Prajna allows us to truly know how life comes and goes, and it is only with
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Living Affinity: A Closer Look at Relationships
Venerable Master Hsing Yun internet photo Among our many relationships, many forms and types exist. There are friendships, family connections,
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Baggage
Venerable Master Hsing Yun How heavy is the baggage of life? Besides the physical bags and luggage that we carry
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Beyond Differentiation: Do Not Insult
Venerable Master Hsing Yun Chinese character: peace Do Not Insult Others None of us should reject others, or judge them,
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Living Affinity: Adapting Oneself to Others
Venerable Master Hsing Yun If we want to understand what the Dharma teaches us about building affinity and living in
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Awards 

EVERGREEN GOLD MEDAL FOR SPIRITUAL LEADERSHIP

GOLD: Where Is the Way: Humanistic Buddhism for Everyday Life,

by Venerable Master Hsing Yun

Fo Guang Shan International Translation Center

"How wonderful our lives become when we trust in the infinite and inherent capacity for connection that all beings share. Living with utmost ease and happiness and with the maximum ability to benefit others depends on our capacity and willingness."