Element, 1997 - Religion - 106 pages
The Dhammapada is perhaps the best known single text of Buddhism, and an early teaching close to the life of Buddha, compiled in the 3rd century BC. Part of a series, this work focuses on the philosophical meanings of the text and its relevance.
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Anatta Anne Bancroft awake awakened are watchful bears fine fruit become believed Better Bhagavad Gita birth and death body Brahmins breathing Buddhism calm choke the field clinging consciousness craving and hatred darkness deeds delight Dhammapada contains eightfold path elephant Emptiness end of suffering evil existence fear feeling five precepts flowers follower undertakes fool forest Four Noble Truths free from craving free from delusion free from hatred freedom gift free grow happiness hard harmful thoughts hearer peace ignorance impurity India insight journey knows lead Live happily Look master meditation mind mischief moon never night noble path one's oneself person purify reach Nirvana sage Sakya sandalwood scent seeker who guards sense sensual pleasures shines shining path Siddhartha sorrow speaks or acts Tao Te Ching things thoughtless transcend trouble true truth understanding undertakes to refrain universal Law Upanishads Vedas verses watchful and enlightened Weeds choke wisdom
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