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" Verily! it is this noble eightfold path ; that is to say : 'Right views; Right aspirations; Right speech; Right conduct; Right livelihood; Right effort; Right mindfulness; and Right contemplation. "
Buddhist Suttas - Page 147
1900 - 320 pages
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Buddhist Suttas, tr. from PÔli by T.W.R. Davids

Suttapiṭaka - 1881
...as will be seen from the above, is something more than this. 1 Pa/ipada. * Ariyo atahgiko Maggo. ' Right views ; Right aspirations; Right speech; Right...Right mindfulness ; and Right contemplation. ' This then, O Bhikkhus, is the noble truth concerning the destruction of sorrow. 9. ' That this was the noble...
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THE BIBLIOTHECA SACRA

EDWARDS A. PARK - 1882
...Now this, O Bhikkus, is the noble truth concerning the way which leads to the destruction of sorrow. Verily, it is this noble eightfold path ; that is...right mindfulness, and right contemplation. " This, then, O Bhikkus, is the noble truth concerning the destruction of sorrow" (pp. 148 ff.). But here our...
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Ancient Religion and Modern Thought: By William Samuel Lilly

William Samuel Lilly - Philosophy and religion - 1884 - 371 pages
...understanding, which leads to peace of mind, to the higher wisdom, to full enlightenment, to Nirvana ? Verily ! it is this noble eightfold path ; that is to say : — Right views ; Eight aspirations ; Right speech ; Right conduct ; Right livelihood ; Right effort ; Right mindfulness...
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The Light of Asia and the Light of the World: A Comparison of the Legend ...

Samuel Henry Kellogg - Asia - 1885 - 390 pages
...enlightenment, to NirvAna. . . . Verily ! it is this noble eightfold path ; that is to say : Eight views; Right aspirations ; Right speech ; Right conduct;...effort; Right mindfulness ; and Right contemplation. 1 There can be no doubt that all this sounds most excellent. Rightness in one's views, aims, speech,...
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The Light of Asia and the Light of the World: A Comparison of the Legend ...

Samuel Henry Kellogg - Asia - 1885 - 390 pages
...understanding, which leads to peace of mind, to the higher wisdom, to full enlightenment, to Nirsdna. . . . Verily ! it is this noble eightfold path ; that is to say : Right views ; Eight aspirations ; Right speech ; Right conduct ; Right livelihood ; Right effort ; Right mindfulness...
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His Star in the East

Leighton Parks - 1887 - 300 pages
...noble path, — the way of salvation which the Buddha came to preach. This path is eightfold ; namely, right views, right aspirations, right speech, right...livelihood, right effort, right mindfulness, and right contemplation.1 Again the noble path is divided into four stages, each of which has its own appropriate...
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His Star in the East: A Study in the Early Aryan Religions

Leighton Parks - Religions - 1887 - 292 pages
...noble path, — the way of salvation which the Buddha came to preach. This path is eightfold ; namely, right views, right aspirations, right speech, right...livelihood, right effort, right mindfulness, and right contemplation.1 Again the noble path is divided into four stages, each of which has its own appropriate...
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Thoughts and Aspirations of the Ages: Selections in Prose and Verse from the ...

William Chatterton Coupland - Religious literature - 1895 - 715 pages
..."Now this, O Bhikkhus, is the noble truth concerning the way which leads to the destruction of sorrow. Verily! it is this noble eightfold path; that is to...Right mindfulness; and Right contemplation. "This then, O Bhikkhus, is the noble truth concerning the destruction of sorrow." IX. BARRENNESS AND BONDAGE....
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Buddhism: Its History and Literature

Thomas William Rhys Davids - Buddhism - 1896 - 230 pages
...this, O recluses, is the noble truth concerning the way which leads to the destruction of suffering. " Verily, it is this Noble Eightfold Path ; that is to say : " Right Views (free from superstition and delusion) — " Right Aspirations (high, and worthy of the intelligent,...
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Buddhism and Its Christian Critics

Paul Carus - Buddha (The concept) - 1897 - 316 pages
...understanding, which leads to peace of mind, to the higher wisdom, to full enlightenment, to Nirvana ? Verily ! it is this noble eightfold path ; that is...say: " Right views ; right aspirations ; right speech * Tathagata ; the usual epithet for Buddha, and is explained as the Perfect One, or he who fulfils....
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