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Wisdom Of the Buddha The Unabridged Dhammapada
Author Müller, F. Max
Date2000
Pages55
PublisherDover Publications, Inc.
Publisher Url https://store.doverpublications.com/
LocationUS [美國]
Content type書籍=Book
Language英文=English
Keyword佛教人物=Buddhist; 梵書=Brahmana; 開悟=證悟=Satori=Enlightenment; 福報=福田=功德=Virtue=Merit; Dhammapada=法句經
AbstractFew of the sacred texts of the world's greatest religions present their wisdom with the clear simplicity of the verses of the Buddhist Dhammapada, or Path to Virtue. Its direct style, clarity, and beauty place it at the forefront of Buddhist sacred literature, and its noble intent raises it to the highest level of humanity's spiritual guides. Easily accessible to any reader, the Dhammapada offers a wealth of wisdom for the novice, as well as the most ardent and experienced of spiritual seekers.

Gathered by Buddhist masters into related groups-"On Earnestness," "Flowers," "The Fool," "The Wise Man," "Happiness," "Pleasure"-these ancient texts transcend the limitations of time, tradition, and culture to express the ethical principles underlying all wise and compassionate philosophy and conduct. Here are the Four Truths that reveal the nature of the world and our lot in it; here also is the Eightfold Path, the way to enlightenment, incorporating the means to overcome the essential suffering revealed bu the Four Truths as the essence of life. The Dhammapada serves as a coherent summation of the necessities for following the Eightfold Path as well as an encouraging and thought-provoking resource to consult along the way.

Expressed with great beauty and translated with painstaking scholarship, this classic guide is certain to stimulate, challenge, and inspire students of religion and philosophy as well as all who thirst for enlightenment.
Table of contentsI. The Twin-verses 1
II. On Earnestness 3
III. Thought 5
IV. Flowers 6
V. The Fool 8
VI. The Wise Man 10
VII. The Venerable 12
VIII. The Thousands 13
IX. Evil 15
X. Punishment 17
XI. Old Age 19
XII. Self 20
XIV. The Buddha-The Awakened 22
XV. Happiness 24
XVI. Pleasure 26
XVII. Anger 28
XVIII. Impurity 30
XIX. The Just 32
XX. The Way 34
XXI. Miscellaneous 36
XXII. The Downward Course 38
XXIII. The Elephant 40
XXIV. Thirst 42
XXV. The Bhikshu 45
XXVI. The Brâhmana 47
ISBN9780486411200
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Created date2004.04.09
Modified date2020.01.21



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