A translation of an extensive oral commentary by the
Tibetan Lama Pabongka Rinpoche on Je Tsongkapa's Three Principal Paths, a poem in
fourteen verses. Originally composed as a letter to a close disciple, this root text is
universally recognized as a concise yet eloquent presentation of renunciation, bodhicitta,
and correct view--the three essential Buddhist knowledges that a practitioner must develop
to follow the Mahayana path. One of the best introductory books to Mahayana Buddhism.