Print Length: 96 pages Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited Publication Date: March 15, 2012 Language: English This book traces the journey and teachings of Drukpa Kunley through Bhutan in the 15th century. Kunley was a Buddhist lama who remains, even today, the most popular folk figure in much of the Tibetan cultural area. Drukpa Kunley used his raucous humor and bold independence to teach Buddhist principles. His life was grounded on courage, compassion, lack of pretension, and an irrepressible sense of humor. He reminds us that we don't need to tolerate puffery, that it is honorable to carve our own trail, that prudery is usually just a control mechanism in disguise, and that smiles and laughter are the jewels of the human experience. The book includes original drawings and many photographs.