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Amitabha Anathapindika asked ātman attain bhikkhus Bimbisāra birth Blessed One addressed bliss Bodhisatta body Brahmadatta Brahman brethren brother brotherhood Buddhist death deeds desire deva Devadatta Dharma Dighāvu disciples doctrine eightfold path enlightenment evil existence eyes faith father glorious GOSPEL OF BUDDHA Gotama happiness hatred heart holy Buddhas Jatilas Jetavana karma Kassapa king Kūtadanta Licchavi listen live Lord lust Magadha Mahāyāna Mallas Māra Master Matth meditation mind Nirvana noble truth pain Pāli passed passion peace pleasure preach prince Rahula Rājagaha refuge religion religious replied reverence righteousness robes sacred Sakyamuni salvation samana Sangha sankhāras Sariputta saying selfishness sick Siddhattha Simha sorrow soul spirit Suddhodana suffering Tathāgata teach teacher thee thine things thou art thou hast thou wilt thought unto Vajjis vanity venerable Ananda Verily vihāra walk wisdom words worldly wrong Yasa
Page 135 - Let a man overcome anger by love, let him overcome evil by good; let him overcome the greedy by liberality, the liar by truth!
Page 135 - He who, by causing pain to others, wishes to obtain pleasure for himself, he, entangled in the bonds of hatred, will never be free from hatred.
Page 48 - There is a middle path, O bhikkhus, avoiding these two extremes, discovered by the Tathagata — a path which opens the eyes and bestows understanding, which leads to peace of mind, to the higher wisdom, to full enlightenment, to nirvana.
Page 132 - He whose wickedness is very great brings himself down to that state where his enemy wishes him to be, as a creeper does with the tree which it surrounds.
Page 245 - ... since everything that is born, brought into being, and organized, contains within itself the inherent necessity of dissolution?
Page 131 - Let no man think lightly of evil, saying in his heart, It will not come nigh unto me. Even by the falling of water-drops a waterpot is filled; the fool becomes full of evil, even if he gather it little by little. Let no man think lightly of good, saying in his heart, It will not come nigh unto me.
Page 131 - The fool who knows his foolishness, is wise at least so far. But a fool who thinks himself wise, he is called a fool indeed.
Page 238 - Alas ! I remain still but a learner, one who has yet to work out his own perfection. And the Master is about to pass away from me — he who is so kind ! '