Getting Hold Of Myself
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TITLE OF WORK: The Heart Awakened (Bodhi Leaves No. 93)
AUTHOR: Eileen Siriwardhana
AUTHOR'S ADDRESS: N/A PUBLISHER'S ADDRESS: Buddhist Publication Society P.O. Box 61 54, Sangharaja Mawatha Kandy, Sri Lanka
COPYRIGHT HOLDER: Buddhist Publication Society (1983, 1995)
DATE OF PUBLICATION: 1983
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DATE OF DHARMANET DISTRIBUTION: February 1995
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