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The Four Noble Truths
Suffering in Buddhist Philosophy 711
The massage of Lord Buddha 1215
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according achieve actions akusala annihilated Arhat attain become Bhikkhu birth and death Bodhisattva born Buddhaghosa Buddhist philosophy called cause clear craving desirelessness desires develop Dhamma Dhammapada dhatu dukkha early Buddhism earning eightfold path ethical Evam existentialism explained feelings four Noble Truths gathas give harmony human ibid ideal impermanence insight kamma kamma and rebirth kinds literature live Lord Buddha mahabhutas Mahayana matter means mental Milinda mind monks muni Nagarjuna Nagasena Nataputta natthi nature of dhammas Nibbana Nigantha Nikaya Nirvana Noble Truth objects one's Paccekabuddha pahM Pali paramitas passions peace physical beauty pleasure point of view practising meditation pragmatic Pratyekabuddha principle of non-violence propounded purify puthujjana question real knowledge real nature realise religion Right livelihood rupa salvation samadhi samana Santa rasa sense-organs sila similes spiritual Sravaka sublime suffering Sutta Nipata tanha Tathagata teachings theory of kamma Theragatha theras things thought true nature verses vipakas vipassana