by SAYADAW U JOTIKA
Size: 5.5” x 8.25”
Pages: 216 pages
“Life is very important. The way we live our live, the way we relate to people is the reflection of our practice of Dhamma (Buddha’s Teaching). Dhamma is in living your life, NOT in books.”
As we have had numerous people enquiring about the availability of SNOW IN THE SUMMER, we decided to have it reprinted. This edition is based on the Burmese edition which the Venerable Sayadaw U Jotika had edited it and addition of some more advice from letters received in later years. Our immense gratitude to the Sayadaw U Jotika who pains-talkingly wrote all these timeless and wise words to wake us up from our mindless-programmed and spiritually uncreative lives. We sincerely hope whoever reads this book will benefit from the advice of the compassionate and wise Sayadaw who has devoted his life in the practice of mindfulness and to understand life deeply and meaningfully.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Sayadaw U Jotika was born into a non-Buddhist family on 5 August 1947, educated in a Roman Catholic missionary school, studied Electrical Engineering and read widely in Western & Eastern philosophy and psychology. Sayadaw has been living for extended periods in solitude before moving and staying in Yangoon, Myanmar.