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Tipitaka - DO GOOD BE MINDFUL is the
Essence of the Words of the Awakened One with Awareness

Tipitaka is the
MEDITATION PRACTICE in BUDDHA’S OWN WORDS for welfare, happiness and
peace on the path of Eternal Bliss as Final Goal

Mahāsatipaṭṭhāna Sutta —
Attendance on awareness — [ mahā+satipaṭṭhāna ]


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112 CLASSICAL LANGUAGES

Paṭisambhidā Jāla-Abaddha Paripanti Tipiṭaka nīti Anvesanā ca


Paricaya Nikhilavijjālaya ca ñātibhūta Pavatti Nissāya

http://sarvajan.ambedkar.org anto 112 Seṭṭhaganthāyatta Bhās

 through 

up a levelhttp://sarvajan.ambedkar.orgup a level



Buddhasasana


“In
the Buddha you see clearly a man, simple, devout, alone, battling for
light, a vivid human personality, not a myth. He too gave a message to
mankind universal in character.”


TIPITAKA BUDDHA SASANA KUSHINARA PARINIBBANA BHOOMI
TBSKPB
668,
5A Main Road, 8th Cross HAL III Stage Bengaluru - 560075 Karnataka
India Ph: 91 (080) 25203792 Email:
buddhasaid2us@gmail.com, http://sarvajan.ambedkar.org


https://www.keepinspiring.me/buddha-quotes/

in 19) Classical  Catalan-Català clàssic,20) Classical Cebuano-Klase sa Sugbo,21) Classical Chichewa-Chikale cha Chichewa,22) Classical Chinese (Simplified)-古典中文(简体),23) Classical Chinese (Traditional)-古典中文(繁體),24) Classica Corsa-Corsa Corsicana,25) Classical  Croatian-Klasična hrvatska,26) Classical  Czech-Klasická čeština,27) Classical  Danish-Klassisk dansk,Klassisk dansk,28) Classical  Dutch- Klassiek Nederlands,

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Awakeness Practices

All 84,000 Khandas As Found in the Pali Suttas

Traditionally the are 84,000 Dharma Doors - 84,000 ways to get
Awakeness. Maybe so; certainly the Buddha taught a large number of
practices that lead to Awakeness. This web page attempts to catalogue
those found in the Pali Suttas (DN, MN, SN, AN, Ud & Sn 1). There
are 3 sections:

The discourses of Buddha are divided into 84,000, as to separate
addresses. The division includes all that was spoken by Buddha.”I
received from Buddha,” said Ananda, “82,000 Khandas, and  from the
priests 2000; these are 84,000 Khandas maintained by me.” They are
divided into 275,250, as to the stanzas of the original text, and into
361,550, as to the stanzas of the commentary. All the discourses
including both those of
Buddha and those of the commentator, are divided  into 2,547 banawaras,
containing 737,000 stanzas, and 29,368,000 separate letters.

Buddhasasana


“In
the Buddha you see clearly a man, simple, devout, alone, battling for
light, a vivid human personality, not a myth. He too gave a message to
mankind universal in character.”


TIPITAKA BUDDHA SASANA KUSHINARA PARINIBBANA BHOOMI
TBSKPB
668,
5A Main Road, 8th Cross HAL III Stage Bengaluru - 560075 Karnataka
India Ph: 91 (080) 25203792 Email:
buddhasaid2us@gmail.com, http://sarvajan.ambedkar.org




19) Classical  Catalan-Català clàssic
https://www.keepinspiring.me/buddha-quotes/

Les següents cites de Buda incorporen l’èmfasi del líder espiritual en la compassió, la pau i la felicitat.

Budha Quotes on Life

“És millor conquistar-te que guanyar mil batalles. Llavors la victòria és teva. No es pot treure de tu. ”-Buddha

“Si sabíeu el que sé sobre el poder de donar-vos, no deixeu passar un sol àpat sense compartir-lo d’alguna manera”.

“Aprèn això de l’aigua: els forts esquitxades del rierol, però la profunditat dels oceans és tranquil·la.”

“Mai no veig el que s’ha fet; Només veig el que queda per fer “.
“Només perds el que t’agafes”.

“El passat ja no està, el futur encara no és aquí. Només hi ha un moment per viure. “

“El problema és que penses que tens temps.”

“Mentre camines i mengeu i viatgeu, sigueu on sou. En cas contrari, es perdrà la major part de la seva vida. “-Buddha

“El vostre treball és descobrir la vostra feina i després amb tot el cor per donar-vos-hi”.

“No
cregueu res, independentment de on el llegiu, o de qui ho hagi dit, no
importa si ho he dit, tret que accepti la vostra pròpia raó i el vostre
propi sentit comú”.

“La llengua com un ganivet afilat … Mata sense dibuixar sang.”

“Ensenyar
a tots a aquesta triple veritat: un cor generós, un discurs amable i
una vida de servei i compassió són les coses que renoven la humanitat”.

“Tot ésser humà és l’autor de la seva pròpia salut o malaltia”. -Buddha

“Abstenir-vos de mentir és essencialment saludable”.

“Eviteu les accions dolentes com un home que estima la vida evita el verí”.

Cites de Buda sobre meditació

“Tenir la ira és com beure verí i esperar que l’altra persona mori”.

“El que penses, et converteixes en. El que sents, atrau. El que imagines, creeu-ho “.

“La
meditació aporta saviesa; la falta de meditació deixa la ignorància.
Conegueu bé el que us condueix cap endavant i el que us reté, i trieu el
camí que condueix a la saviesa. “-Buddha

“Només hi ha dos errors que es poden fer al llarg de la veritat; no anar tot el camí i no començar. “

“Ningú ens salva, sinó nosaltres mateixos. Ningú no pot i ningú ho pot. Nosaltres mateixos hem de caminar pel camí. “

“Si
els pensaments d’un home són fangosos, si és imprudent i ple d’engany,
com pot portar la túnica groga? Qui sigui mestre de la seva pròpia
naturalesa, brillant, clar i cert, ell pot portar la túnica groga. “
“La
ira mai no desapareixerà mentre els pensaments de ressentiment siguin
acariciats en la ment. La ira desapareixerà tan aviat com els pensaments
de ressentiment siguin oblidats. “

“El teu cos és preciós. És el nostre vehicle per despertar. Tractar-ho amb cura. ”-Buddha

“Ben
aviat el cos es descarta, què se sent? Un tronc de fusta inútil, que es
troba a terra, llavors, què sap? El vostre pitjor enemic no us pot fer
mal tant com els vostres propis pensaments, desprotegits. Però, una
vegada dominat, ningú no pot ajudar-vos tant, ni tan sols el vostre pare
o la vostra mare. “

“Cal esforçar-se per entendre el que subjeu
els sofriments i les malalties - i busqueu la salut i el benestar mentre
guanyeu el camí”.

“Si sou prou tranquil, escolteu el flux de
l’univers. Sentireu el seu ritme. Aneu amb aquest flux. La felicitat
està per davant. La meditació és clau. “

Cites de pau sobre Buda

“Millor que mil paraules buides, és una paraula que aporta pau”. -Buddha

“La pau ve de dins. No la busquis. “

“Els que estan lliures de pensaments ressentits segurament troben la pau”.

“Cal que hi hagi mal perquè el bé pugui demostrar la seva puresa per sobre d’ella. “

“Conquerir-se és una tasca més gran que la de conquistar els altres”.

“Tot
el secret de l’existència no té por. Mai no temeu el que s’aconseguirà
de vosaltres, dependrà de ningú. Només el moment en què rebutgeu tota
l’ajuda sereu alliberat ”.

“Posa el teu cor en fer el bé. Fes-ho una i altra vegada i estaràs ple d’alegria ”. -Buddha

“Tot el que té un principi té un final. Posa’t amb això i tot estarà bé. “

“L’arrel del sofriment és l’afecció”.

Buddha Quotes on Spirituality

“No es pot viatjar pel camí fins que s’ha convertit en el camí en si mateix”.

“Tres coses no es poden ocultar: el sol, la lluna i la veritat.” -Buddha

“L’únic fracàs real de la vida no és ser fidel al millor que sàpiga”.

“La puresa o la impuresa depèn de si mateix. Ningú no pot purificar un altre ”.

“No obstant això, moltes paraules sagrades que heu llegit, per molt que parleu, què us faran si no les feu servir?”

“Si encengueu un llum per a algú, també il·luminarà el vostre camí.” -Buddha

“Si poguéssim veure clarament el miracle d’una sola flor, tota la nostra vida canviaria. “

“Els que no han treballat cap a la veritat han perdut el propòsit de viure”.

“La separació rau en la misèria més gran del món; en compassió es troba la veritable força del món “.

“Si no trobeu ningú que us pugui recolzar en el camí espiritual, camineu sol. No hi ha acompanyament amb els immadurs “.

“Calculeu la vostra pròpia salvació. No depeneu d’altres. ”

“No obstant això, moltes paraules sagrades que heu llegit, per molt que parleu, què us faran si no ho feu

20) Classical Cebuano-Klase sa Sugbo,

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https://www.keepinspiring.me/buddha-quotes/

Ang mosunod nga 108 nga mga kinutlo sa Buddha naglangkob sa gipasiugda sa espirituhanong lider sa kalooy, kalinaw ug kalipay.

Buddha Quotes sa Kinabuhi

“Maayo
pa ang pagbuntog sa imong kaugalingon kay sa pagdaog sa usa ka libo nga
mga away. Dayon ang kadaugan anaa kanimo. Dili kini makuha gikan
kanimo. “-Buddha

“Kung nahibal-an nimo unsay akong nahibal-an
mahitungod sa gahum sa paghatag kanimo dili moagi sa usa ka paniudto nga
walay pagpaambit niini sa usa ka paagi.”

“Hibal-i kini gikan sa tubig: kusog nga pagsabwag sa sapa apan ang kalawom sa kadagatan kalma.”

“Wala ako makakita kung unsa ang nahimo; Nakita lang nako kung unsay nahabilin nga buhaton. “
“Ikaw lang ang mawad-an sa imong gikuptan.”

“Ang nangagi wala na, ang umaabot wala pa dinhi. Adunay usa ka higayon alang kanimo nga mabuhi. “

“Ang problema mao, nagtuo ka nga adunay oras ka.”

“Samtang
maglakaw ka ug mokaon ug maglakaw, hain ka dapit. Kay kon dili ikaw
mahikalimtan ang kadaghanan sa imong kinabuhi. “-Buddha

“Ang
imong trabaho mao ang pagdiskobre sa imong trabaho ug dayon sa tibuok
mong kasingkasing aron itugyan ang imong kaugalingon niini.”

“Wala
ka magtuo, bisag asa nimo kini gibasa, o kinsa ang nagsulti niini,
bisan kung gisulti ko kini, gawas kon kini nahiuyon sa imong
kaugalingong katarungan ug sa imong kaugalingong salabotan.”

“Ang dila sama sa usa ka hait nga kutsilyo … Kills nga walay pagdugo sa dugo.”

“Itudlo
kining tulo ka kamatuoran ngadto sa tanan: Ang usa ka manggihatagon nga
kasingkasing, mabination nga sinultihan, ug usa ka kinabuhi sa
pag-alagad ug kalooy mao ang mga butang nga bag-ohan sa katawhan.”

“Ang matag tawo mao ang tagsulat sa iyang kaugalingon nga panglawas o sakit.” -Buddha

“Ang paglikay sa pagpamakak mao ang maayong paagi.”

“Likayi ang dautan nga mga buhat sama sa usa ka tawo nga nahigugma sa kinabuhi paglikay sa hilo.”

Buddha Quotes sa Pagpamalandong

“Ang pagpugong sa kasuko sama sa hilo sa pag-inom ug nagpaabut sa laing tawo nga mamatay.”

“Sa imong hunahuna, nahimo ka. Ang imong gibati, nakadani ka. Ang imong gihunahuna, gibuhat nimo. “

“Ang
pagpamalandong magdala og kaalam; Ang kakulang sa pagpamalandong
nagabiya sa pagkawalay-alamag. Hibal-i kung unsa ang nag-aghat kanimo sa
unahan ug unsa ang nagpugong kanimo, ug pilia ang dalan nga paingon sa
kaalam. “-Buddha

“Adunay duha lamang ka kasaypanan nga mahimo sa usa ka dalan sa kamatuoran; dili sa tanan, ug dili magsugod. “

“Walay
usa nga nagluwas kanato apan sa atong kaugalingon. Walay usa nga
makahimo ug walay usa. Kita mismo kinahanglan nga maglakaw sa dalan. “

“Kon
ang hunahuna sa usa ka tawo lapukon, Kung siya walay pagsaway ug puno
sa panglimbong, Unsaon niya pagsul-ob ang dilaw nga kupo? Kinsa ang
agalon sa iyang kaugalingon nga kinaiya, Masanag, tin-aw ug matuod,
Mahimo nga mahimo siyang magsul-ob sa dilaw nga kupo. “
“Ang kasuko
dili gayud mahanaw samtang ang mga hunahuna sa kasilag gipangandoy sa
hunahuna. Ang kasuko mahanaw sa diha nga ang mga hunahuna sa kasuko
mahikalimtan. “

“Ang imong lawas bililhon. Kini ang atong sakyanan alang sa pagkahigmata. Tagdon kini uban sa pag-amping. “-Buddha

“Sa
dili madugay ang lawas gilabay, Unya unsay gibati niini? Usa ka walay
pulos nga troso nga kahoy, kini nahimutang sa yuta, Unya unsay
nahibaloan niini? Ang imong pinakadautan nga kaaway dili makadaut kanimo
sama sa imong kaugalingon nga mga hunahuna, dili mabantayan. Apan
kaniadto, wala’y makatabang kanimo, bisan ang imong amahan o ang imong
inahan. “

“Ang usa kinahanglan nga maningkamot nga masabtan kung
unsa ang nagdala sa mga pag-antos ug mga sakit - ug tumong alang sa
panglawas ug kaayohan samtang nag-angkon sa dalan.”

“Kon ikaw
hapsay, makadungog ka sa dagan sa uniberso. Mobati ka sa ritmo niini.
Lakaw uban niini nga dagan. Ang kalipay anaa sa unahan. Importante ang
pagpamalandong. “

Buddha Quotes on Peace

“Mas maayo pa kay sa usa ka libo nga mga hollow words, usa ka pulong nga nagdala og kalinaw.” -Buddha

“Ang kalinaw maggikan sa sulod. Ayaw pangitaa kini sa gawas. “

“Kadtong walay mahinumdum nga mga hunahuna siguradong makakaplag og kalinaw.”

“Kinahanglan adunay dautan aron ang maayo makapamatuod sa kaputli sa ibabaw niini. “

“Ang pagbuntog sa kaugalingon usa ka mas dako nga buluhaton kay sa pagbuntog sa uban.”

“Ang
tibuok nga sekreto sa paglungtad mao ang dili mahadlok. Ayaw kahadlok
unsay mahitabo kanimo, dili magsalig sa bisan kinsa. Sa higayon nga
imong isalikway ang tanan nga tabang imong gipagawas. “

“Himoa ang imong kasingkasing sa pagbuhat og maayo. Buhata kini balik-balik ug ikaw mapuno sa kalipay. “-Buddha

“Ang tanan nga adunay sinugdanan adunay katapusan. Himoa ang imong pakigdait uban kana ug ang tanan mamaayo. “

“Ang gamot sa pag-antus mao ang pag-apil.”

Buddha Quotes sa Espirituwalidad

“Dili ka makalakaw sa agianan hangtud nga ikaw nahimong dalan mismo.”

“Ang tulo ka mga butang dili madugay nga matago: ang adlaw, ang bulan, ug ang kamatuoran.” -Buddha

“Ang bugtong tinuod nga kapakyasan sa kinabuhi mao ang dili tinuod ngadto sa labing maayo nga nahibal-an.”

“Ang kaputli o kahugawan nagdepende sa kaugalingon. Walay bisan kinsa nga makaputli sa lain. “

“Bisan
pa sa daghang mga balaang pulong nga imong nabasa, Daghan ang imong
gipamulong, Unsa ang kaayohan nila kanimo Kung wala nimo sila buhata?”

“Kung magdagkot ka og usa ka lampara alang sa usa ka tawo, kini usab mopasanag sa imong alagianan.” -Buddha

“Kon makita nato ang milagro sa usa ka bulak nga klaro, ang tibuok natong kinabuhi mausab. “

“Kadtong napakyas sa pagtrabaho sa kamatuoran nawala ang katuyoan sa pagpakabuhi.”

“Sa pagkabulag nahimutang ang labing dako nga kagul-anan sa kalibutan; sa kaluoy anaa ang tinuod nga kalig-on sa kalibutan. “

“Kung
wala’y nakit-an nga adunay usa nga mosuporta kanimo sa espirituhanon
nga dalan, maglakaw nga mag-inusara. Walay pagpakig-uban sa mga kulang. “

“Buhata ang imong kaugalingong kaluwasan. Ayaw pagdepende sa uban. “

“Bisan
pa daghang mga balaang pulong nga imong nabasa, Daghan ang imong
gipamulong, Unsa ang maayo nga buhaton nila kanimo Kung wala ka



21) Classical Chichewa-Chikale cha Chichewa,

India art

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Zotsatira 108 za Buddha zimaphatikizapo mtsogoleri wa uzimu kutsindika za chifundo, mtendere ndi chimwemwe.

Ndemanga za Buddha pa Moyo

“Ndi
bwino kudzigonjetsa nokha kusiyana ndi kupambana nkhondo zikwi. Ndiye
kupambana ndi kwanu. Sichikhoza kuchotsedwa kwa inu. “- Buddha

“Ngati
iwe udziwa zomwe ine ndikudziwa za mphamvu yakupatsa iwe sungalole kuti
chakudya chimodzi chisadutse popanda kugawana izo mwanjira ina.”

“Phunzirani izi kuchokera kumadzi: kumveka kukuwombera mtsinje koma nyanja zakuya ndizokhazikika.”

“Sindikuwona zomwe zachitika; Ndikungoona zomwe zikufunika kuti zichitike. “
“Umangotaya zomwe mumamatira.”

“Zakale zapita kale, tsogolo silili pano. Pali mphindi imodzi yokha kuti mukhale ndi moyo. “

“Vuto ndilo, mukuganiza kuti muli ndi nthawi.”

“Pamene mukuyenda ndikudya ndi kuyenda, khalani komwe muli. Apo ayi mudzaphonya moyo wanu wonse. “- Buddha

“Ntchito yanu ndiyo kupeza ntchito yanu ndi mtima wanu wonse kudzipereka nokha.”

“Musakhulupirire
kanthu, ziribe kanthu komwe inu mukuwerenga, kapena amene anena izo,
ziribe kanthu ngati ndanena izo, pokhapokha ngati zikuvomerezana ndi
chifukwa chanu komanso malingaliro anu enieni.”

“Lilime ngati mpeni … Amapha popanda kukopa magazi.”

“Phunzitsani
choonadi chachitatu ichi kwa onse: Mtima wopatsa, kulankhula mokoma
mtima, ndi moyo wautumiki ndi chifundo ndizo zomwe zimayambitsa
umunthu.”

“Munthu aliyense ndi wolemba za thanzi lake kapena matenda.” - Buddha

“Kupewa kunama n’kosangalatsa.”

“Pewani ntchito zoipa monga munthu amene amakonda moyo amapewa poizoni.”

Ndemanga za Buddha pa Kusinkhasinkha

“Kugonjera mkwiyo kumakhala ngati kumwa mowa ndikuyembekezera kuti munthu wina afe.”

“Zimene mumaganiza, mumakhala. Chimene mumamva, mumakopeka. Kodi mukuganiza bwanji, mumalenga. “

“Kusinkhasinkha
kumabweretsa nzeru; kusowa kusinkhasinkha kumasiya kusadziwa. Dziwani
bwino zomwe zikutsogolera patsogolo ndi zomwe zimakulepheretsani,
ndikusankha njira yopita ku nzeru. “- Buddha

“Pali zolakwa ziwiri zokha zomwe munthu angapange pamsewu wopita ku choonadi; osayendayenda, osati kuyamba. “

“Palibe amene atipulumutsa koma ife tokha. Palibe amene angathe ndipo palibe. Ife tokha tiyenera kuyenda. “

“Ngati
malingaliro a munthu ali odetsa, Ngati ali wosasamala komanso wodzaza
ndichinyengo, Angamve bwanji chovala chachikasu? Aliyense amene ali ndi
umunthu wake wokha, Wowala, wowoneka ndi wowona, angayambe kuvala
mwinjiro wachikasu. “
“Mkwiyo sudzatha konse ngati malingaliro okwiya
ndi okondedwa m’maganizo. Mkwiyo udzatuluka mwamsanga pamene maganizo
akukwiyira aiwale. “

“Thupi lanu ndi lofunika. Ndi galimoto yathu yoti tidzutse. Pereka mosamala. “- Buddha

“Posakhalitsa
thupi likutayidwa, Ndiye limamva bwanji? Chipika chopanda ntchito,
chimakhala pansi, Ndiye chidziwitso chiani? Mdani wanu woipitsitsa
sangakuvulazeni Mofanana ndi malingaliro anu, osasamala. Koma kamodzi
kokha, palibe amene angakuthandizeni kwambiri, Osati atate kapena amayi
anu. “

“Munthu ayenera kuyesetsa kumvetsetsa zomwe zikukumana ndi
kuzunzika ndi matenda - ndipo cholinga chake chikhale ndi thanzi ndi
ubwino pamene akupeza njira.”

“Ngati muli chete, mudzamva
kutuluka kwa chilengedwe. Mudzamva nyimbo yake. Pitani ndi kutuluka uku.
Chimwemwe chiri patsogolo. Kusinkhasinkha ndikofunika. “

Ndemanga za Buddha pa Mtendere

“Kuposa mawu chikwi, ndi mawu amodzi omwe amabweretsa mtendere.” - Buddha

“Mtendere umachokera mkati. Musachifune icho popanda. “

“Anthu amene alibe nkhawa amakumana ndi mtendere.”

“Payenera kukhala choyipa kuti ubwino ukhoza kutsimikizira kuti uli woyera kuposa iwo. “

“Kudzigonjetsa nokha ndi ntchito yaikulu kuposa kugonjetsa ena.”

“Chinsinsi
chonse cha kukhalapo ndi kusaopa. Musati muwope zomwe ziti zidzakhale
za inu, osadalira aliyense. Nthawi yokha yomwe mumakana thandizo lonse
mumasulidwa. “

“Ikani mtima wanu pakuchita zabwino. Chitani mobwerezabwereza ndipo mudzadzazidwa ndi chimwemwe. “- Buddha

“Chirichonse chomwe chiri ndi chiyambi chiri ndi mapeto. Pangani mtendere wanu ndi izo ndipo zonse zidzakhala bwino. “

“Muzu wa kuzunzika ndikulumikiza.”

Ndemanga za Buddha pa zauzimu

“Simungathe kuyenda njirayo mpaka mutakhala njira yokha.”

“Zinthu zitatu sizingakhale zotalika: dzuwa, mwezi, ndi choonadi.” - Buddha

“Kulephereka kwenikweni kwa moyo sikuyenera kukhala koona kwa munthu wabwino kwambiri.”

“Kuyeretsa kapena kusayera kumadalira pawekha. Palibe amene angathe kuyeretsa wina. “

“Ngakhale
mau ambiri opatulika omwe mukuwerenga, Ngakhale ambiri omwe
mumalankhula, Ndibwino kuti akuchitirani chiyani ngati simukuwachita?”

“Ukayatsa nyale kwa winawake, idzawunikiranso njira yako.” - Buddha

“Ngati titha kuona chozizwitsa cha maluwa amodzi, moyo wathu wonse ukasintha. “

“Amene alephera kugwira ntchito kuti apeze choonadi sasowa cholinga chokhala ndi moyo.”

“Modzipatula ndi masautso aakulu kwambiri a mdziko; mwa chifundo ndizo mphamvu zenizeni za dziko lapansi. “

“Ngati simukupeza wina woti akuthandizeni pa njira ya uzimu, yendani nokha. Palibe mgwirizano ndi mwana. “

“Yesetsani kudzipulumutsa nokha. Osadalira ena. “

“Ngakhale
mau ambiri opatulika omwe mukuwerenga, Ngakhale ambiri omwe
mumalankhula, Ndibwino kuti achite chiyani ngati simukuchita

22) Classical Chinese (Simplified)-古典中文(简体),
http://online.sfsu.edu/rone/Buddhism/footsteps.htm
Following the Buddha’s Footsteps

Instilling Goodness School

City of Ten Thousand Buddhas

Talmage, CA 95481

 

INTRODUCTION TO BUDDHISM

As a child, Siddhartha the Buddha, was troubled by some of the same
thoughts that children today have. They wonder about birth and death. They
wonder why they get sick and why grandfather died. They wonder why their
wishes do not come true. Children also wonder about happiness and the beauty
in nature.

Because the Buddha knew what was in the hearts of children and human
kind, he taught everyone how to live a happy and peaceful life. Buddhism
is not learning about strange beliefs from faraway lands. It is about looking
at and thinking about our own lives. It shows us how to understand ourselves
and how to cope with our daily problems.

UNIT 1

THE LIFE OF THE BUDDHA

Life in the Palace

Buddhism is one of the major religions in the world. It began around
2,500 years ago in India when Siddhartha Gautama discovered how to bring
happiness into the world. He was born around 566 BC, in the small kingdom
of Kapilavastu. His father was King Suddhodana and his mother was Queen
Maya.

Soon after Prince Siddhartha was born, the wise men predicted that he
would become a Buddha. When the king heard this, he was deeply disturbed,
for he wanted his son to become a mighty ruler. He told Queen Maya, “I
will make life in the palace so pleasant that our son will never want to
leave.”

At the age of sixteen, Prince Siddhartha married a beautiful princess,
Yasodhara. The king built them three palaces, one for each season, and
lavished them with luxuries. They passed their days in enjoyment and never
thought about life outside the palace.

The Four Sights

Soon Siddhartha became disillusioned with the palace life and wanted
to see the outside world. He made four trips outside the palace and saw
four things that changed his life. On the first three trips, he saw sickness,
old age and death. He asked himself, “How can I enjoy a life of pleasure
when there is so much suffering in the world?”

On his fourth trip, he saw a wandering monk who had given up everything
he owned to seek an end to suffering. “I shall be like him.” Siddhartha
thought.

Renunciation

Leaving his kingdom and loved ones behind, Siddhartha became a wandering
monk. He cut off his hair to show that he had renounced the worldly lifestyle
and called himself Gautama. He wore ragged robes and wandered from place
to place. In his search for truth, he studied with the wisest teachers
of his day. None of them knew how to end suffering, so he continued the
search on his own.

For six years he practiced severe asceticism thinking this would lead
him to enlightenment. He sat in meditation and ate only roots, leaves and
fruit. At times he ate nothing. He could endure more hardships than anyone
else, but this did not take him anywhere. He thought, “Neither my life
of luxury in the palace nor my life as an ascetic in the forest is the
way to freedom. Overdoing things can not lead to happiness. ” He began
to eat nourishing food again and regained his strength.

Enlightenment

On a full-moon day in May, he sat under the Bodhi tree in deep meditation
and said. “I will not leave this spot until I find an end to suffering.”
During the night, he was visited by Mara, the evil one, who tried to tempt
him away from his virtuous path. First he sent his beautiful daughters
to lure Gautama into pleasure. Next he sent bolts of lightning, wind and
heavy rain. Last he sent his demonic armies with weapons and flaming rocks.
One by one, Gautama met the armies and defeated them with his virtue.

As the struggle ended, he realized the cause of suffering and how to
remove it. He had gained the most supreme wisdom and understood things
as they truly are. He became the Buddha,
‘The Awakened One’. From
then on, he was called Shakyamuni Buddha.

The Buddha Teaches

After his enlightenment, he went to the Deer Park near the holy city
of Benares and shared his new understanding with five holy men. They understood
immediately and became his disciples. This marked the beginning of the
Buddhist community.

For the next forty-five years, the Buddha and his disciples went from
place to place in India spreading the Dharma, his teachings. Their
compassion knew no bounds, they helped everyone along the way, beggars,
kings and slave girls. At night, they would sleep where they were; when
hungry they would ask for a little food.

Whenever the Buddha went, he won the hearts of the people because he
dealt with their true feelings. He advised them not to accept his words
on blind faith, but to decide for themselves whether his teachings are
right or wrong, then follow them. He encouraged everyone to have compassion
for each other and develop their own virtue, “You should do your own work,
for I can teach only the way.”

He never became angry or impatient or spoke harshly to anyone, not even
to those who opposed him. He always taught in such a way that everyone
could understand. Each person thought the Buddha was speaking especially
for him. The Buddha told his followers to help each other on the Way. Following
is a story of the Buddha living as an example to his disciples.

Once the Buddha and Ananda visited a monastery where a monk was suffering
from a contagious disease. The poor man lay in a mess with no one looking
after him. The Buddha himself washed the sick monk and placed him on a
new bed. Afterwards, he admonished the other monks. “Monks, you have neither
mother nor father to look after you. If you do not look after each other,
who will look after you? Whoever serves the sick and suffering, serves
me.”

                                                                       
The Last Years

Shakyamuni Buddha passed away around 486 BC at the age of eighty. Although
he has left the world, the spirit of his kindness and compassion remains.

The Buddha realized that that he was not the first to become a Buddha.
“There have been many Buddhas before me and will be many Buddhas in the
future,” The Buddha recalled to his disciples. “All living beings have
the Buddha nature and can become Buddhas.” For this reason, he taught the
way to Buddhahood.

The two main goals of Buddhism are getting to know ourselves and learning
the Buddha’s teachings. To know who we are, we need to understand that
we have two natures. One is called our ordinary nature, which is
made up of unpleasant feelings such as fear, anger, and jealousy. The other
is our true nature,
the part of us that is pure, wise, and perfect.
In Buddhism, it is called the Buddha nature. The only difference
between us and the Buddha is that we have not awakened to our true nature.

Unit 2

BASIC TEACHINGS OF THE BUDDHA

Chapter 1

THE THREE UNIVERSAL TRUTHS

One day, the Buddha sat down in the shade of a tree and noticed how
beautiful the countryside was. Flowers were blooming and trees were putting
on bright new leaves, but among all this beauty, he saw much unhappiness.
A farmer beat his ox in the field. A bird pecked at an earthworm, and then
an eagle swooped down on the bird. Deeply troubled, he asked, “Why does
the farmer beat his ox? Why must one creature eat another to live?”

During his enlightenment, the Buddha found the answer to these questions.
He discovered three great truths. He explained these truths in a simple
way so that everyone could understand them.

1. Nothing is lost in the universe

The first truth is that nothing is lost in the universe. Matter turns
into energy, energy turns into matter. A dead leaf turns into soil. A seed
sprouts and becomes a new plant. Old solar systems disintegrate and turn
into cosmic rays. We are born of our parents, our children are born of
us.

We are the same as plants, as trees, as other people, as the rain that
falls. We consist of that which is around us, we are the same as everything.
If we destroy something around us, we destroy ourselves. If we cheat another,
we cheat ourselves. Understanding this truth, the Buddha and his disciples
never killed any animal.

2. Everything Changes

The second universal truth of the Buddha is that everything is continuously
changing. Life is like a river flowing on and on, ever-changing. Sometimes
it flows slowly and sometimes swiftly. It is smooth and gentle in some
places, but later on snags and rocks crop up out of nowhere. As soon as
we think we are safe, something unexpected happens.

Once dinosaurs, mammoths, and saber-toothed tigers roamed this earth.
They all died out, yet this was not the end of life. Other life forms like
smaller mammals appeared, and eventually humans, too. Now we can even see
the Earth from space and understand the changes that have taken place on
this planet. Our ideas about life also change. People once believed that
the world was flat, but now we know that it is round.

3. Law of Cause and Effect

The third universal truth explained by the Buddha is that there is continuous
changes due to the law of cause and effect. This is the same law of cause
and effect found in every modern science textbook. In this way, science
and Buddhism are alike.

The law of cause and effect is known as karma. Nothing ever happens
to us unless we deserves it. We receive exactly what we earn, whether it
is good or bad. We are the way we are now due to the things we have done
in the past. Our thoughts and actions determine the kind of life we can
have. If we do good things, in the future good things will happen to us.
If we do bad things, in the future bad things will happen to us. Every
moment we create new karma by what we say, do, and think. If we understand
this, we do not need to fear karma. It becomes our friend. It teaches us
to create a bright future.

The Buddha said,

“The kind of seed sown

 will produce that kind of fruit.

 Those who do good will reap good results.

 Those who do evil will reap evil results.

 If you carefully plant a good seed,

 You will joyfully gather good fruit.”

                                   
Dhammapada

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Chapter 2

THE FOUR NOBLE TRUTHS

Once there was a woman named Kisagotami, whose first-born son died.
She was so stricken with grief that she roamed the streets carrying the
dead body and asking for help to bring her son back to life. A kind and
wise man took her to the Buddha.

The Buddha told her, “Fetch me a handful of mustard seeds and I will
bring your child back to life.” Joyfully Kisagotami started off to get
them. Then the Buddha added, “But the seeds must come from a family that
has not known death.”

Kisagotami went from door to door in the whole village asking for the
mustard seeds, but everyone said, “Oh, there have been many deaths here”,
“I lost my father”, I lost my sister”. She could not find a single household
that had not been visited by death. Finally Kisagotami returned to the
Buddha and said, “There is death in every family. Everyone dies. Now I
understand your teaching.”

The Buddha said, “No one can escape death and unhappiness. If people
expect only happiness in life, they will be disappointed.”

Things are not always the way we want them to be, but we can learn to
understand them. When we get sick, we go to a doctor and ask:


  • What’s wrong with me?

  • Why am I sick?

  • What will cure me?

  • What do I have to do get well?

The Buddha is like a good doctor. First a good doctor diagnoses the illness.
Next he finds out what has caused it. Then he decides what the cure is.
Finally he prescribes the medicine or gives the treatment that will make
the patient well again.

The Four Noble Truths

1. There is Suffering Suffering is common to all.

2. Cause of Suffering We are the cause of our suffering.

3. End of Suffering Stop doing what causes suffering.

4. Path to end Suffering Everyone can be enlightened.

 

1. Suffering: Everyone suffers from these thing

    Birth- When we are born, we cry.

    Sickness- When we are sick, we are miserable.

    Old age- When old, we will have ache and
pains and find it hard to get around.

    Death- None of us wants to die. We feel deep
sorrow when someone dies.

Other things we suffer from are:

    Being with those we dislike,

    Being apart from those we love,

    Not getting what we want,

   All kinds of problems and disappointments that are unavoidable.

 

 

 

The Buddha did not deny that there is happiness in life, but he pointed
out it does not last forever. Eventually everyone meets with some kind
of suffering. He said:

“There is happiness in life,

happiness in friendship,

happiness of a family,

happiness in a healthy body and mind,

…but when one loses them, there is suffering.”

                                             
Dhammapada

2. The cause of suffering

The Buddha explained that people live in a sea of suffering because
of ignorance and greed. They are ignorant of the law of karma and are greedy
for the wrong kind of pleasures. They do things that are harmful to their
bodies and peace of mind, so they can not be satisfied or enjoy life.

For example, once children have had a taste of candy, they want more.
When they can’t have it, they get upset. Even if children get all the candy
they want, they soon get tired of it and want something else. Although,
they get a stomach-ache from eating too much candy, they still want more.
The things people want most cause them the most suffering. Of course, there
are basic things that all people should have, like adequate food, shelter,
and clothing. Everyone deserve a good home, loving parents, and good friends.
They should enjoy life and cherish their possessions without becoming greedy.

3. The end of suffering

To end suffering, one must cut off greed and ignorance. This means
changing one’s views and living in a more natural and peaceful way. It
is like blowing out a candle. The flame of suffering is put out for good.
Buddhists call the state in which all suffering is ended Nirvana.
Nirvana is an everlasting state of great joy and peace. The Buddha said,
“The extinction of desire is Nirvana.” This is the ultimate goal in Buddhism.
Everyone can realize it with the help of the Buddha’s teachings. It can
be experienced in this very life.

4. The path to the end of suffering: The path to end suffering
is known as the Noble Eightfold Path. It is also known as the Middle
Way.

Chapter 3

THE NOBLE EIGHTFOLD PATH

When the Buddha gave his first sermon in the Deer Park, he began the
‘Turning of the Dharma Wheel’. He chose the beautiful symbol
of the wheel with its eight spokes to represent the Noble Eightfold Path.
The Buddha’s teaching goes round and round like a great wheel that never
stops, leading to the central point of the wheel, the only point which
is fixed, Nirvana. The eight spokes on the wheel represent the eight parts
of the Noble Eightfold Path. Just as every spoke is needed for the wheel
to keep turning, we need to follow each step of the path.

 

1. Right View. The right way to think about life is to
see the world through the eyes of the Buddha–with wisdom and compassion.

2. Right Thought. We are what we think. Clear and kind thoughts
build good, strong characters.

3. Right Speech. By speaking kind and helpful words, we
are respected and trusted by everyone.

4. Right Conduct. No matter what we say, others know us
from the way we behave. Before we criticize others, we should first see
what we do ourselves.

5. Right Livelihood. This means choosing a job that does
not hurt others. The Buddha said, “Do not earn your living by harming others.
Do not seek happiness by making others unhappy.”

6. Right Effort. A worthwhile life means doing our best
at all times and having good will toward others. This also means not wasting
effort on things that harm ourselves and others.

7. Right Mindfulness. This means being aware of our thoughts,
words, and deeds.

8. Right Concentration. Focus on one thought or object
at a time. By doing this, we can be quiet and attain true peace of mind.

Following the Noble Eightfold Path can be compared to cultivating a
garden, but in Buddhism one cultivates one’s wisdom. The mind is the ground
and thoughts are seeds. Deeds are ways one cares for the garden. Our faults
are weeds. Pulling them out is like weeding a garden. The harvest is real
and lasting happiness.

 

 

UNIT 3

FOLLOWING THE BUDDHA’S TEACHINGS

The Buddha spoke the Four Noble Truths and many other teachings, but
at the heart they all stress the same thing. An ancient story explains
this well.



Once a very old king went to see an old hermit who lived in a bird’s
nest in the top of a tree, “What is the most important Buddhist teaching?”
The hermit answered, “Do no evil, do only good. Purify your heart.” The
king had expected to hear a very long explanation. He protested,
“But even a five-year old child can understand that!” “Yes,” replied the
wise sage, “but even an 80-year-old man cannot do it.”

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Chapter 1

THE TRIPLE JEWEL

The Buddha knew it would be difficult for people to follow his teachings
on their own, so he established the Three Refuges for them to rely
on. If a person wants to become Buddhists take refuge in and rely on the
Buddha, the Dharma, and the Sangha. These are known as the
Triple
Jewel. The Sangha are the monks and nuns. They live in monasteries
and carry on the Buddha’s teaching. The word Sangha means ‘harmonious community’.
The Buddha, the Dharma, and the Sangha together possess qualities that
are precious like jewels and can lead one to enlightenment.

A refuge is a place to go for safety and protection, like a shelter
in a storm. Taking refuge does not mean running away from life. It means
living life in a fuller, truer way.

Taking refuge is also like a man traveling for the first time to a distant
city. He will need a guide to show him which path to follow and some traveling
companions to help him along the way.

  • The Buddha is the guide.
  • The Dharma is the path.
  • The Sangha are the teachers or companions along the way.

There is a special ceremony for taking refuge with the Triple Jewel. With
a sincere mind, one recites the following verse in front of an ordained
monk or nun.

I go to the Buddha for refuge.

I go to the Dharma for refuge.

I go to the Sangha for refuge.

For a Buddhist, taking refuge is the first step on the path to enlightenment.
Even if enlightenment is not achieved in this life, one has a better chance
to become enlightened in a future life. One who take the precepts is called
a lay person.

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Chapter 2

THE FIVE PRECEPTS

All religions have some basic rules that define what is good conduct
and what kind of conduct should be avoided. In Buddhism, the most important
rules are the Five Precepts. These have been passed down from the
Buddha himself.

 

1. No killing                             
Respect for life

2. No stealing                           
Respect for others’ property

3. No sexual misconduct          
Respect for our pure nature

4. No lying                               
Respect for honesty

5. No intoxicants                      
Respect for a clear mind

                                                                                       
No killing

The Buddha said, “Life is dear to all beings. They have the right to
live the same as we do.” We should respect all life and not kill anything.
Killing ants and mosquitoes is also breaking this precept. We should have
an attitude of loving-kindness towards all beings, wishing them to be happy
and free from harm. Taking care of the earth, its rivers and air is included.
One way that many Buddhists follow this precept is by being vegetarian.

No stealing

If we steal from another, we steal from ourselves. Instead, we should
learn to give and take care of things that belong to our family, to the
school, or to the public.

No sexual misconduct

Proper conduct shows respect for oneself and others. Our bodies are
gifts from our parents, so we should protect them from harm. Young people
should especially keep their natures pure and develop their virtue. It
is up to them to make the world a better place to live. In happy families,
the husband and wife both respect each other.

No lying

Being honest brings peace into the world. When there is a misunderstanding,
the best thing is to talk it over. This precept includes no gossip, no
back-biting, no harsh words and no idle speech.

No intoxicants

The fifth precept is based on keeping a clear mind and a healthy body.
One day, when the Buddha was speaking the Dharma for the assembly, a young
drunkard staggered into the room. He tripped over some monks who were sitting
on the floor and started cursing loudly. His breath reeked of alcohol and
filled the air with a sickening stench. Mumbling to himself, he reeled
out the door.

Everyone was astonished at his rude behavior, but the Buddha remained
calm. “Great assembly!” he spoke, “Take a look at this man! He will certainly
lose his wealth and good name. His body will grow weak and sickly. Day
and night, he will quarrel with his family and friends until they abandon
him. The worst thing is that he will lose his wisdom and become stupid.”

Little by little, one can learn to follow these precepts. If one sometimes
forgets them, one can start all over again. Following the precepts is a
lifetime job. If one kills or hurts someone’s feelings by mistake, that
is breaking the precepts, but it was not done on purpose.

Chapter 3

THE WHEEL OF LIFE

Buddhists do not believe that death is the end of life. When one dies,
one’s consciousness leaves and enters one of the six paths of rebirth.

  • Heavenly Beings

  • Humans

  • Asuras are beings who have many good things in life, but still like
    to fight. They appear in the heavens or on earth as people or animals.

  • Hungry ghosts are beings who suffer from constant hunger.

  • Hell-beings

These are the six states on the wheel of life. At the top are the heavens,
where everyone is happy. Below are the hells where the suffering is unbearable.
Beings can rise or fall from one path to another. If one does good deeds,
one will be born into the paths of gods, humans, or asuras. If one
does evil deeds, one will be born into the paths of animals, hungry
ghosts, or hell-beings
. From one life to the next one can suddenly
change from an human to an animal or from a ghost to a hell-being, according
to the things one has done.

How to Escape the Turning Wheel

The wheel of life and death is kept turning by the three poisons of
greed,
hatred,
and stupidity. By cutting off the three poisons, we can escape the
wheel and become enlightened. There are four stages of enlightenment.

  • Buddhas- perfect in enlightenment.

  • Bodhisattvas- enlighten themselves as well as others.
  • Pratyekabuddhas- hermits who retreat from the world to enlighten
    themselves.

  • Arhats- enlighten themselves.

Unit 4

THE BUDDHIST COMMUNITY

In Asia, it is considered the highest honor if a member of one’s family
leaves the home life. Westerners, however, may be shocked at the idea of
anyone leaving their family to become a monk or nun. They may think this
is selfish and turning one’s back on the world. In fact, monks and nuns
are not selfish at all. They dedicate themselves to helping others. They
don’t wish to own a lot of things, or to have money or power. They give
these things up to gain something far more valuable–spiritual freedom.
By living a pure simple life with others on the same path, they are able
to lessen their greed, hatred, and ignorance.

Although monks and nuns live in a monastery, they do not entirely give
up their families. They are allowed to visit and take care of them when
they are ill.

Chapter 1

LIFE IN A MONASTERY

A day in a temple begins early for monks and nuns. Long before daybreak,
they attend morning ceremony and chant praises to the Buddha. The ceremonies
lift one’s spirit and bring about harmony. Although the Sangha lead simple
lives, they have many responsibilities to fulfill. Everyone works diligently
and is content with his or her duties.

During the day, some monks and nuns go about teaching in schools or
speaking the Buddha’s teachings. Others may revise and translate Buddhist
Sutras and books, make Buddha images, take care of the temple and gardens,
prepare for ceremonies, give advice to laypeople, and care for the elders
and those who are sick. The day ends with a final evening ceremony.

In the daily life of work and religious practice, the monks and nuns
conduct them-selves properly and are highly respected. By leading a pure,
simple life, they gain extraorinary insight into the nature of things.
Although their life is hard and rigorous, the results are worth it. It
also keeps them healthy and energetic. The laity, who live in the temple
or visits, follows the same schedule as the Sangha and works along with
them.

Chapter 2

THE SHAVEN HEAD, ROBE, AND OFFERING BOWL

Ideally, monks and nuns own only a few things, such as robes and an
offering bowl. While most people spend lots of time and money on their
hair, Buddhist monks and nuns shave their heads. They are no longer concerned
with outward beauty, but with developing their spiritual lives. The shaven
head is a reminder that the monks and nuns have renounced the home life
and are a part of the Sangha.

Offering food to monks and nuns is a part of Buddhism. In Asia, it is
not unusual to see monks walking towards the villages early in the morning
carrying their offering bowls. They do not beg for food, but accept whatever
is offered. This practice not only helps the monks and nuns to be humble,
but gives laypeople an opportunity to give. In some countries laypeople
go to the monastery to make offerings.

The robes of monks and nuns are simple and made from cotton or linen.
Their color varies according to different countries. For instance, yellow
robes are mostly worn in Thailand, while black robes are worn in Japan.
In China and Korea, gray and brown robes are worn for work, while more
elaborate robes are used for ceremonies. Dark red robes are worn in Tibet.

Robes and offering bowls are very important to monks and nuns. The Buddha
said, “Just as a bird takes its wings with it wherever it flies, so the
monk takes his robes and bowl with him wherever he goes.”

Chapter 3

THE IMPORTANCE OF THE LAITY IN BUDDHISM

The laity are very important in Buddhism, for they are the supporting
members of the Buddhist community. They build the temples and monasteries
and give offerings of food, robes, bedding, and medicine to the monks and
nuns. This enables the Sangha to carry on the Buddha’s work. In this way
the Sangha and laity benefit each other and together keep the Dharma alive.

In Buddhism, it is also important to support the poor and needy. Giving
to support religious people, however, is considered a very meritorious
deed. The Buddha not only encouraged giving to Buddhists, but to any spiritual
person who is sincere.

The Buddha taught his disciples to be tolerant of other religions. For
example, when one lights a candle from the flame of another candle, the
flame of the first candle does not lose its light. Instead, the two lights
glow more brightly together. It is the same with the great religions of
the world.

Whether one is a member of the Sangha or a lay person, the ideal is
to practice Buddhism for the sake of all.

UNIT 5

DIFFERENT KINDS OF BUDDHISM

Chapter 1

TWO SCHOOLS OF BUDDHISM

In the centuries following the Buddha’s lifetime, his followers faithfully
preserved his teachings and spread them to many countries in Asia. Today,
there are two main schools of Buddhism: Theravada and Mahayana.
Theravada means ‘the teaching of the Elders’. Theravada monks follow the
practices that have been passed down by the senior monks from the Buddha’s
time, such as living in the forests and meditating. The goal in Theravada
Buddhism is to become an Arhat, a person who is free of suffering.
Theravada is practiced mainly in southern Asian countries such as Sri Lanka,
Thailand and Myanmar (Burma).

Mahayana stresses following the Buddha’s example of going out into the
world and doing good. Mahayana means ‘Great Vehicle’. The goal in
Mahayana Buddhism is to follow the Bodhisattva Path. A Bodhisattva
is one who enlightens oneself as well as others. In Mahayana Buddhism,
there are many Buddhas and Bodhisattvas. It mainly spread to northern Asian
countries like China, Tibet, Korea, Vietnam and Japan. Recently, both Theravada
and Mahayana Buddhism have been introduced into the West.

Chapter 2

VISITING BUDDHIST TEMPLES

In this unit, we will pretend to visit different Buddhist temples. When
visiting a temple, we should dress modestly and follow the rules and customs
of the temple. Buddhists pay their respects to the Triple Jewel by facing
the altar and bowing when entering the temple. Visitors may join in the
worship rituals or just watch quietly.

In Buddhism, the monks and nuns are treated with great respect. They
sit or stand in front of everyone else and take their food first. When
we talk to them, we should put our palms together and speak politely.

Theravada Buddhism

Our first visit is to a Theravada Buddhist monastery in the forest in
Thailand where only the monks live. We sit in the quietness of a small
bamboo temple built on stilts, surrounded by the sounds of chirping birds
and rustling trees. A young monk who is our guide explains to us. “The
monks live alone in huts called
‘kutis’. They are built on stilts
to keep the animals and insects out. There they practice sitting and walking
meditation, which is very important for their spiritual life. In front
of each hut is a path for walking meditation. The monks sweep them clean
to keep from stepping on insects and killing them.”

The guide continues, “Early in the morning and in the evening, the monks
meet together for meditation and recitation. After the ceremonies called
pujas,
they
study the Dharma. Before entering the temple they wash their feet with
water carried up to the monastery from a stream below. It is traditional
for the monks and nuns to live in the forest as part of their early training.
The older ones, however, are not required to do so. Some monks and nuns
may live all their lives in the forest, while others live in the temples
in towns and cities.

Someone asks, “Living in the jungle, aren’t you afraid of tigers?”

The monk answers, “Sometimes, when the monks are walking in the jungle,
they sense tigers following them. But since they hold the precept of no
killing, they’re not afraid and the tigers know they will not be harmed.”

Tibetan Buddhism

Next we will visit a Tibetan temple. A young Tibetan boy named Lobsang
is our guide. He smiles as he talks, “Our temple is very colorful. It is
decorated with many kinds of Buddha images and wall hangings called thankas.
On
the altars are beautiful lamps and incense holders. Big prayer wheels are
set into the walls of the temple. Mantras, written on strips of
rice paper, are placed inside the wheels. They are symbolic phrases with
deep spiritual meanings. We recite them over and over as we turn the prayer
wheels. There are also hand-held prayer wheels that people whirl as they
walk about.

“To us Tibetans, Buddhism is a happy religion. My favorite days are
the festivals. People in masks and costumes act out dramas about the life
of the Buddha. Bright, new prayer flags are hung on these days. They blow
in the wind along the hillsides and remind us to live in harmony with nature.
Now that your visit is over, may you go with the spirit of the Buddha.”

Japanese Buddhism

At a Japanese temple, we are met by Taro. She will tell us about her
Sunday School: “We chant ‘Namo Amida Butsu’ to show our gratitude to Amida
Buddha, the Buddha of Infinite Light. We believe that by reciting his name
we will have a good life and be reborn in his Western Pure Land. You can
see a statue of Amida in the front of the hall. On the altar you can see
other beautiful things, but the most important is the offering of rice
cakes.

“I will tell you why. Rice is very important to Asian people. If you
were to ask a young Japanese boy or girl, ‘What did you eat today?’ He
or she would probably say, ‘Rice’” When we see rice offered, it reminds
us to offer our best to the Buddha. In Sunday school, we sit in meditation
on cushions called
zafus. Japanese meditation is called zen.

Chinese Buddhism

Today we are visiting a Chinese-American monastery in California. It
is called the City of Ten Thousand Buddhas. There are over ten thousand
small Buddha statues inside the main worship hall. Our guide is a young
novice named Gwo Cheng from mainland China. She came to the United States
when she was 10 years old and became a novice at age 11.

Gwo Cheng: “The City of Ten Thousand Buddhas is a Buddhist community
where people from all over the world come to study Buddhism. The City has
its own schools, but you do not have to be a Buddhist to attend our schools
or to live here.

“A day at the temple begins at 4:00 a.m. with the morning ceremony.
After that we bow, sit in meditation, and recite Sutras. These ceremonies
lift everyone’s spirits and help us live together in harmony. We do our
ceremonies in both English and Chinese. There are many ceremonies throughout
the day. We finish off the day with an evening ceremony and a Dharma talk.

“Everyone goes to work or school at 8:00 in the morning. In our school,
we learn the way of truth and goodness We also learn both Chinese and English.
We young novices attend school and are in training to become nuns. We can
become fully ordained nuns when we are twenty-one, so we have time to make
up our minds. We are not expected to do everything the nuns do, but we
do our best. At first it was difficult to get up so early and to sit in
meditation, but now we are used to it. It’s a healthy life!

“After school, we help with the temple duties and do other chores. I
really like gardening and planting. Many people ask me if the novices ever
have any fun. We do! We are very good friends and enjoy studying together.
We go on walks and picnics and sing Buddhist songs. The nuns are always
thinking of fun things for us to do. We also like to see our families who
live here and visit with us.”

 

 



UNIT 6

BUDDHIST SCRIPTURES, SYMBOLS, AND FESTIVALS

Chapter 1

BUDDHIST SCRIPTURES

The Dharma reveals the Buddha’s understanding of life. The Buddha instructed
countless people, but he, himself, wrote nothing down, just as Jesus wrote
nothing down. They both lived a complete life. His disciples remembered
his talks and recited them regularly. These talks were collected into books
called Sutras. There are many Sutras, so Buddhism does not have
just a single holy book, like the Christian Bible or the Koran of Islam.

The first Sutras were written on palm leaves in Pali and Sanskrit,
ancient Indian languages. They have been gathered together in a collection
called the Tripitaka, which means ‘three baskets’. It is divided
into three parts.


  • Sutra Pitaka~Sutras and their explanations

  • Vinaya Pitaka~Rules for monks and nuns

  • Abhidharma Pitaka~The psychology and philosophy of the Buddha’s teachings

Buddhists treat Sutras with great respect and place them on the highest
shelves in the most respected areas.

Chapter 2

BUDDHIST SYMBOLS

Buddhist symbols have special meanings that remind us of the Buddha’s
teachings. The main room or building is called a shrine or a Buddha Hall.
In the front of this room, there is an altar. There are many beautiful
things on the altar. Here are some of them.

  • Images of the Buddha
  • Traditional offerings
  • Dharma instruments

_________________________________________________________________________________________________
Buddha Images

Some people believe that Buddhists worship idols, but this is not true.
Buddhists bow or make offerings of flowers and incense in reverence to
the Buddha, not to the image. When they do so they reflect on the virtues
of the Buddha and are inspired to become like him. Buddha images are not
necessary, but they are helpful. The most important thing is to follow
the Buddha’s teachings.

There are many different kinds of Buddha and Bodhisattva images that
show different qualities. For example, a statue of the Buddha with his
hand resting gently in his lap reminds us to develop peace within ourselves.
A statue with the Buddha’s right hand touching the ground shows determination.

Traditional Offerings

Traditional offerings are to show respect to the Buddha.

  • Flowers- are offered as reminders of how quickly things change
  • Light from lamps or candles- symbolizes wisdom
  • Incense- reminds one to be peaceful
  • Water- represents purity
  • Food- reminds us to give our best to the Buddhas.

Dharma Instruments

The instruments used in ceremonies and meditation are called Dharma
instruments
. Each instrument has a specific use. For instance, the
wooden fish is hit to keep rhythm

  • Bells- gives signals in ceremonies and meditation
  • Drums-announces ceremonies and keeps rhythm
  • Gongs- announces ceremonies and activities
  • Wooden fish-keeps rhythm while chanting

Lotus Flower

The lotus flower represents enlightenment described in the poem.

The lotus has its roots in the mud,

Grows up through the deep water,

And rises to the surface.

It blooms into perfect beauty and purity in the sunlight.

It is like the mind unfolding to perfect joy and wisdom.

The Bodhi Tree

The Bodhi Tree is a pipal tree, a kind of fig tree found
in India. After the Buddha attained enlightenment under this tree, it became
known as the Bodhi Tree, the Tree of Enlightenment. It is
located in Bodhgaya, where people visit to pay their respects to
the Buddha. Although the parent tree is no longer alive, its grandchildren
are still there.

The Buddhist Flag

As the Buddha sat beneath the Bodhi Tree after his enlightenment, six
rays of light came out from his body and spread for miles around. The colors
were yellow, blue, white, red, orange and a mixture of all the colors.
The Buddhist flag was designed after these colors.

Stupas and Pagodas

Stupas and pagodas are monuments where the relics of the
Buddha and high monks and nuns are kept so that people can show their respects.
These relics are jewels that remain after cremation.

Chapter 3

BUDDHIST FESTIVALS

Buddhists have many festivals throughout the year. These festivals celebrate
events in the lives of Buddhas, Bodhisattvas and famous teachers. During
these occasions people can also take refuge and precepts, or leave the
home life to become monks and nuns.

Buddha Day

For the Buddhist community, the most important event of the year is
the celebration of the Birth of the Buddha, his Enlightenment and Nirvana.
It falls on the full-moon day in May. On this day, Buddhists take part
in the ceremonial bathing of the Buddha. They pour ladles of water scented
with flowers over a statue of the baby Siddhartha. This symbolizes purifying
one’s thoughts and actions.

The temples are elaborately decorated with flowers and banners; the
altars are laden with offerings; vegetarian meals are provided for all;
and captive animals, such as birds and turtles are set free. This is a
very joyous day for everyone.

Dharma Day

Asalha Puja, known as ‘Dharma Day’, is celebrated during full-moon in
July. This holiday commemorates the first sermon of the Buddha to the five
monks in the Deer Park at Benares.

Sangha Day

Sangha Day or Kathina Day is usually held in October. In the Theravada
tradition, monks and nuns go on a three-month retreat during the rainy
season. After the retreat, the laity offers robes and other necessities
to them. This day symbolizes the close relationship between the Sangha
and laity.

Ullambana

The observance of Ullambana is based on the story of Maudgalyayana,
a disciple of the Buddha. When Maudgalyayana’s mother died, he wanted to
know where she was reborn. Using his spiritual powers, he traveled into
the hells and found her suffering miserably from hunger. He brought her
a bowl of food, but when she tried to swallow it, the food turned into
hot coals.

The distressed Maudgalyayana asked the Buddha, “Why is my mother suffering
in the hells?”

The Buddha replied, “In her life as a human, she was stingy and greedy.
This is her retribution.” He advised, “Make offerings to the Sangha. The
merit and virtue from this act will release your mother and others from
the hells.” As a result of Maudgalyana’s offering, his mother and thousands
of others were released from their unhappy state. After this, making offerings
to release departed relatives and others from the hells became popular
in Mahayana countries. Usually, it takes place in September.

UNIT 7

HISTORY OF BUDDHISM

Chapter 1

BUDDHISM IN THE EAST

Buddhism was first introduced into Sri Lanka from India in the 3rd century
BC by Mahinda, the son of King Asoka. There it achieved great popularity
and is still flourishing today.

In the early centuries AD, Buddhism was introduced taken to Southeast
Asia by merchants and missionaries. The great monuments like Borobudur
in Indonesia and Angkor Thom in Cambodia are evidence of the splendor of
Buddhism in these regions.

In the 1st century AD, Buddhism reached China where many Sutras were
translated into classical Chinese.

In the 4th century AD, Buddhism found its way to Korea and on into Japan.

Chapter 2

BUDDHISM IN THE WEST

Even before the 17th century, people in the West heard of the Buddha
and his teachings from early travelers such as Marco Polo and Christian
missionaries.

By the early 20th century, many Europeans had traveled to the East to
study Buddhism. Some of them became monks and inspired Buddhism in the
West. In the 19th century, Chinese and Japanese immigrants brought many
different traditions of Buddhism to America. Today, there are numerous
Buddhist centers spread across Europe and North and South America.

UNIT 8

JATAKA TALES AND OTHER BUDDHIST STORIES

The Buddha was a great storyteller and often told stories to get his
message across. Stories were also told about the Buddha by his followers
both to explain and understand the Dharma. These stories have been passed
down to the present day and the most popular ones are the Jataka tales,
a collection of hundreds of tales about the Buddha’s past lives. They show
the kind of life one should lead to become a Buddha one day. In many of
these stories, the Buddha appears as an animal to teach the value of qualities
such as kindness, compassion, and giving.

The Monkey King and the Mangoes

Once upon a time, the Buddha came into the world as a Monkey King and
ruled over 80,000 monkeys. He was very tall and strong and had wisdom like
the sun. In his kingdom on the banks of the Ganges River, there was a mango
tree as big as the moon. The 80,000 monkeys jumped from branch to branch
chattering and eating the lovely fruit that was big and sweet and delicious.
Sometimes a ripe mango fell into the river.

One day, the Monkey King strolled downstream and came upon a river palace
where a human king lived. “Soon danger will come if the mangoes float downstream,”
he told the monkeys. “Pick all the mangoes and flowers on the trees and
take them deep into the forest.”

But one mango, hidden by a bird’s nest, was left unseen by the 80,000
monkeys. When it was large and ripe, it fell into the river and floated
downstream where the human king was bathing.

The human king, who was very curious, tasted the beautiful mango. “This
is delicious!’ he exclaimed. “I must have more. Servants, find all the
mangoes and bring them to me at once!”

Deep in the forest, the servants found hundreds of mango trees. In the
trees were the 80,000 monkeys. When the human king heard about the monkeys,
he was very angry, “The monkeys are eating my mangoes. Kill them all!”
he ordered his archers.

“Very well,” said the archers and chased the monkeys to the edge of
the forest where they came to a deep cliff. There was no way for the monkeys
to escape. Shivering with fright, they ran to the Monkey King asked, “What
shall we do?”

“Don’t be afraid. I will save you,” said their king. Quickly, he stretched
his huge body as far as possible and made a bridge over the cliff to a
bamboo grove on the other side.

“Come monkeys, run across my back to the bamboo grove,” he called. And
so the 80,000 monkeys escaped.

The human king watched all that happened. He was amazed, “This Monkey
King has risked his life to save his whole troop! And all I’m doing is
being selfish. I have learned a great lesson.” Then he called to his archers,
“Put down your bows. It isn’t right to kill this King of Monkeys.”

Forgetting about the mangoes, the human king went back to his palace
by the river and ruled kindly and wisely for the rest of his life.

The Deer King

Long ago in a forgotten forest, lived a deer named Banyan. He was golden
like the sun and his horns glistened like silver. His body was as large
as a colt and his eyes sparkled like jewels-alight with wisdom. He was
a King of Deer and watched over a herd of 500 deer.

Not far away, another herd of deer was watched over by another golden
deer named Branch. In the tall grass and shadows of the deep forest, the
two herds lived in peace.

One day, the King of Benares was out on a hunt and spied the beautiful
green forest where the deer lived. “What a perfect hunting ground!” he
declared and into the forests he dashed with his thousands of hunters and
came upon the two herds of deer. Without a moment’s hesitation, he notched
an arrow in his bow. Suddenly he spotted the two golden deer. Never had
he seen such beautiful creatures! “From this day on,” he commanded, “No
one is to harm or kill these golden deer.”

Thereafter, he came to the forest everyday and killed more deer than
was needed for his dinner table. As the weeks went by, many deer were wounded
and died in great pain.

Finally Banyan Deer called the two herds together, “Friends, we know
there is no escape from death, but this needless killing can be prevented.
Let the deer take turns going to the chopping block, one day from my herd
and the next day from Branch’s herd.”

All the deer agreed. Each day the deer whose turn it was went to the
chopping block on the edge of the forest and laid its head upon the block.

One day, the turn fell to a pregnant doe from Branch’s herd. She went
to Branch Deer and begged, “Grant that I be passed over until after my
fawn is born. Then I will gladly take my turn.”

Branch Deer replied, “It is your turn. You must go.”

In despair, the poor doe went to Banyan Deer and explained her plight.
He gently said, “Go rest in peace. I will put your turn upon another.” 
The deer king went and laid his golden head upon the chopping block. A
deep silence fell in the forest.

When the king of Benares came and saw the golden deer ready for sacrifice,
his heart skipped a beat, “You are the leader of the herd,” he exclaimed,
“You should be the last to die!” Banyan Deer explained how he had come
to save the life of the doe.

A tear rolled down the cheek of the king. “Golden Deer King,” he exclaimed.
“Among men and beasts, I have not seen one with such compassion. Arise!
I spare both your life and hers.

“So we will be safe. But what shall the rest of the deer do?” “Their
lives I shall also spare.” “So the deer will be safe, but what will the
other four-footed animals do?” “From now on they too will be safe.” “And
what of the birds?” “I will spare their lives.” “And the fish in the water”
“The fish shall be spared- all creatures of the land, sea, and sky will
be free.”

Having saved the lives of all creatures, the golden deer raised his
head from the chopping block and returned to the forest.

The Wounded Swan

One day when Prince Siddhartha and his cousin Devadatta were walking
in the woods, they saw a swan. Quickly, Devadatta drew his bow and shot
the swan down. Siddhartha rushed to the wounded swan and pulled out the
arrow. He held the bird in his arms and caressed it.

Devadatta angrily shouted at Prince Siddhartha, “Give me the swan. I
shot it. It belongs to me!”

“I shall never give it to you, You will only kill it!” said the prince
firmly. “Let’s ask the ministers of the court and let them decide.”

The ministers all had different views. Some said, “The swan should be
given to Devadatta.” Others said, “It should go to Prince Siddhartha.”
One wise minister stood up and said, “A life belongs to one who saves it,
not to one who will destroy it. The swan goes to the prince.”

Prince Siddhartha took care of the swan until it could fly again. Then
he turned it loose so it could live freely with its own kind.

Aniruddha and the Golden Rabbit

Once there was a poor farmer who offered his only bowl of rice to a
holy man who was even poorer than he. This meant he would have nothing
to eat that day. He went back to his work and forgot all about having given
his rice away. Suddenly a rabbit hopped alongside the farmer and jumped
on his back. The surprised farmer tried to brush it off. He tried to shake
it off, he tried to knock it off, but the rabbit would not bulge.

He ran home to his wife, crying, “Get this rabbit off my back!” By this
time the rabbit had turned into solid gold! The wife flipped the rabbit
into the air. It hit the floor with a “Crackkk!” One of its golden legs
broke off and another one magically grew in its place.

From that day on, whenever the farmer and his wife needed money, they
would break off a piece of the golden rabbit. And from that life onward,
Aniruddha was never poor. This was his reward for giving.

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A LESSON IN MEDITATION

Concentration on the Breath

A very simple way of meditating is concentrating on your breath. The
breath is like a bridge between your body and mind. When you concentrate
on your breath for a while, your body becomes relaxed and your mind becomes
peaceful.


  • Sit in a comfortable position with your back straight.

  • Place your hands in your lap with the left hand on the bottom.

  • Keep your eyes half-closed or closed.

  • Concentrate on the tip of your nose. Notice your breath going in and out.

Lotus posture

Full lotus is the best sitting posture. Begin by sitting in half-lotus,
then work your way up to full lotus.


  • Full-lotus- Sit on the edge of a cushion. Place your left ankle on your
    right thigh. Then lift your right ankle onto your left thigh.

  • Half-lotus- Lift your left ankle onto your right thigh.

Note: It is best to sit at the same time and place everyday. Increase
your sitting time little

by little. You may sit in a chair or stand if necessary.

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GLOSSARY

asuras: Beings who like to fight.

Bodhi tree: A pipal tree that is known as the ‘tree of enlightenment’.
The tree under which Gautama achieved enlightenment and became a Buddha.

Bodhisattva: A compassionate being who enlightens himself and
helps others to be enlightened.

Buddha: The Enlightened or Awakened One. The word ‘Bodhi’ means
to awaken.

Buddha Hall: The main room inside a Buddhist temple.

Buddha nature:

Dharma: Teachings of the Buddha

enlightenment: Understanding the truth of life, freedom from
ignorance.

Five Precepts: The five rules of conduct given by the Buddha
to his disciples: no killing, no stealing, no sexual misconduct, no false
speech, no intoxicants.

Four Noble Truths: The first teachings spoken by the Buddha:
the truth of suffering, the cause of suffering, the end of suffering, and
the Path leading to the end of suffering.

hungry ghosts: Ghosts that suffer a lot because they are greedy.

Jataka tales: stories about the past lives of the Buddha.

karma: ‘Action’ or the law of cause and effect. For every action
there is a cause.

Kathina: A ‘festival of giving’ held in autumn, where people
make offerings to the monks and nuns.

lamas: Tibetan religious leaders.

lotus posture: A meditation posture.

lotus: The lotus symbolizes the purity of the Buddha. It grows
out of mud, yet it is not defiled by it.

Mahayana: The tradition of Northern Buddhism.

mantras: Symbolic phrases that Buddhists chant.

meditation: A method of calming and training the mind.

Middle Way: The path in life prescribed by the Buddha, the path
between extremes.

Nirvana: An everlasting state of great joy and peace.

Noble Eightfold Path: The Buddha’s prescription for ending suffering.
It is made up of eight parts: right views, right thought, right speech,
right action, right livelihood, right effort, right mindfulness, and right
concentration.

offering bowl: A bowl that nuns and monks receive offerings in.

Pali: An ancient language of India that the Buddhist Sutras were
originally written in.

Pratyekabuddha: Hermits who become enlightened by themselves.

puja: A Pali word for Buddhist worship.

Sangha: The community of Buddhist nuns and monks.

Sanskrit: An ancient language of India that the Buddhist Sutras
were written in.

Six Perfections: The six ideals that a Bodhisattva perfects:
giving morality, patience, effort, concentration, and wisdom.

stupas: Monuments to the Buddha

Sutras: The Buddha’s teachings in writing.

thankas: Wall hangings found in Tibetan temples.

Theravada: The tradition of Southern Buddhism.

Three Refuges: The Buddha, the Dharma, and the Sangha.

Tripitaka: The ‘three baskets’, a collection of the Buddha’s
written teachings.

Triple Jewel: The Buddha, the Dharma, and the Sangha.

Ullambana: A Buddhist festival when offerings are given to the
Sangha..

Wheel of Life and Death: The six worldly states of rebirth: gods,
asuras, humans, animals, hungry ghosts, and hell-beings.

zafu: A round meditation cushion used in Japanese Buddhism.

Zen: Japanese meditation.

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“我从来没有看到做过什么;我只看到还有待完成的事情。“
“你只会失去你所依附的东西。”

“过去已经过去,未来还没有到来。你只有一个时刻可以活下去。“

“麻烦的是你觉得你有时间。”

“当你走路,吃饭和旅行时,就在你身边。否则你将错过你的大部分生活。“ - 佛陀

“你的工作就是发现你的工作,然后全心全意地去做。”

“不管相信什么,无论你在哪里阅读,或者谁说出来,无论我是否已经说过,除非它同意你自己的理由和你自己的常识。”

“舌头就像一把锋利的刀……杀人而不抽血。”

“向所有人传授这三重真理:慷慨的心,善意的言论,以及服务和同情的生活是让人类更新的事物。”

“每个人都是自己健康或疾病的作者。” - 佛陀

“避免说谎基本上是有益健康的。”

“作为热爱生活的人避免毒害,避免恶行”。

佛陀行情冥想

“忍住愤怒就像喝毒药一样,期待着对方的死亡。”

“你的想法,你成为了。你的感受,你吸引。你想象的,你创造的。“

“冥想带来了智慧;缺乏冥想会留下无知。要知道是什么导致你前进,什么阻碍你,并选择导致智慧的道路。“ - 佛陀

“在通往真理的道路上,只能犯两个错误;不要一直走,而不是开始。“

“除了我们自己,没有人能救我们。没有人可以也没有人可以。我们自己必须走这条路。“

“如果一个男人的想法很混乱,如果他是鲁莽和充满欺骗,他怎么能穿黄色长袍?谁是自己的大师,光明,清晰,真实,他可能确实穿黄色长袍。“
“只要心中怀有怨恨的念头,愤怒永远不会消失。只要忘记怨恨的想法,愤怒就会消失。“

“你的身体很珍贵。它是我们唤醒的工具。小心对待。“ - 佛陀

“很快身体就被丢弃了,那感觉到了什么?一块无用的木头,它躺在地上,然后它知道什么?你最大的敌人不能伤害你,就像你自己的想法一样,没有人看守。但是一旦掌握了,没有人可以帮助你,甚至不是你的父亲或母亲。“

“人们应该努力了解遭受疾病和疾病的基础 - 并在获得成功的同时保持健康和幸福。”

“如果你足够安静,你会听到宇宙的流动。你会感受到它的节奏。顺其自然。幸福就在眼前。冥想是关键。“

和平的佛陀行情

“比一千个空洞的词更好,是带来和平的一个词。” - 佛陀

“和平来自内心。不要在没有的情况下寻求它。“

“那些没有怨恨的人肯定会找到平安。”

“必须有邪恶才能证明其纯洁高于它。 ”

“征服自己比征服别人更重要。”

“存在的全部秘密就是不要害怕。永远不要害怕你会成为什么,不依靠任何人。只有你拒绝所有帮助的那一刻,你才能获得自由。“

“把你的心放在做好事上。一遍又一遍地做,你会充满欢乐。“ - 佛陀

“所有有开端的东西都有结局。用这个来和平相处,一切都会好起来的。“

“痛苦的根源是依恋。”

佛陀关于灵性的行情

“在你成为这条道路之前,你无法走上这条道路。”

“三件事不能长久隐藏:太阳,月亮和真相。” - 佛陀

“生命中唯一真正的失败不是对最好的人知道的。”

“纯度或杂质取决于自己。没人能净化另一个人。“

“无论你读了多少圣言,但是你说的很多,如果你不对他们采取行动,他们会对你有什么好处呢?”

“如果你为某人照亮一盏灯,它也会照亮你的道路。” - 佛陀

“如果我们能够清楚地看到一朵花的奇迹,我们的整个生命就会改变。 ”

“那些未能朝着真理努力的人已经错过了生活的目的。”

“分离是世界上最大的苦难;在慈悲中,这是世界真正的力量。“

“如果你发现没有人在精神道路上支持你,那就独自行走吧。与未成年人没有任何关系。“

“解决你自己的救恩。不要依赖别人。”

“无论你读了多少圣言,但是你说的很多,如果你不这样做,他们会对你有什么好处


23) Classical Chinese (Traditional)-古典中文(繁體),
http://buddhadharma.co/
Home

Welcome to the Buddha-Dharma Centre of Hong Kong Ltd.! 香港佛法中心歡迎您!




The
Buddha-Dharma Centre of Hong Kong Ltd.(BDCHK) was established in April
2012. The primary aims of the Centre are to promote the study and
research of Buddhism through academic courses and publications.
Enrolment to its academic programmes will be open to local as well as
students from abroad and from both the lay and sangha communities. It
will also conduct regular seminars, lectures and conferences and
organize related activities which will be open to the general public.

BDCHK is a charitable institution registered under section 88 Inland
Revenue Ordinance, Cap. 112 Laws of Hong Kong. (Any cash donation above
HK$100 is tax-deductible.)

We strive to integrate study with practice in accordance with the
doctrine of the five spiritual faculties: faith, vigour, mindfulness,
equipoise and wisdom.

We offer academic programmes (including Diploma in Pali and Buddhist
Studies, Master of Arts Degree in Buddhist Studies, Master of Philosophy
in Buddhist Studies and Doctor of Philosophy in Buddhist Studies) as
well as special courses. For detail, please see http://buddhadharma.co/Courses

香港佛法中心創建於2012年4月,以「佛學而學佛, 學佛而佛學」為宗旨,弘揚佛法,提倡佛法教育,並從事慈善事業。依據信、勤、念、定、慧「五根」,中心將佛學研究與修行相結合,幫助人們實現和諧的日常生活,使人們全面深入地認識佛教,消除宗派成見。

香港佛法中心為有志於學習佛法之人士提供巴利文暨佛學文憑、文學碩士(佛學)、哲學碩士(佛學)及哲學博士(佛學)等專業的學術課程及其他特別課程,內容涵蓋南傳、漢傳與藏傳三大佛教系統,完成學位課程並考核合格的學生將由斯里蘭卡凱拉尼亞大學直接授予學位。詳情請見:http://buddhadharma.co/Courses


https://www.keepinspiring.me/buddha-quotes/

以下108個佛陀的引語體現了精神領袖對同情,和平和幸福的強調。

佛陀行情生活

“征服自己比贏得一千場戰鬥更好。那麼勝利就是你的。它不能從你那裡拿走。“ - 佛陀

“如果你知道我所知道的給予你的力量,就不會在沒有以某種方式分享的情況下讓一頓飯通過。”

“從水中學習:大聲噴濺小溪,但海洋深處平靜。”

“我從來沒有看到做過什麼;我只看到還有待完成的事情。“
“你只會失去你所依附的東西。”

“過去已經過去,未來還沒有到來。你只有一個時刻可以活下去。“

“麻煩的是你覺得你有時間。”

“當你走路,吃飯和旅行時,就在你身邊。否則你將錯過你的大部分生活。“ - 佛陀

“你的工作就是發現你的工作,然後全心全意地去做。”

“不管相信什麼,無論你在哪裡閱讀,或者誰說出來,無論我是否已經說過,除非它同意你自己的理由和你自己的常識。”

“舌頭就像一把鋒利的刀……殺人而不抽血。”

“向所有人傳授這三重真理:慷慨的心,善意的言論,以及服務和同情的生活是讓人類更新的事物。”

“每個人都是自己健康或疾病的作者。” - 佛陀

“避免說謊基本上是有益健康的。”

“作為熱愛生活的人避免毒害,避免惡行”。

佛陀行情冥想

“忍住憤怒就像喝毒藥一樣,期待著對方的死亡。”

“你的想法,你成為了。你的感受,你吸引。你想像的,你創造的。“

“冥想帶來了智慧;缺乏冥想會留下無知。要知道是什麼導致你前進,什麼阻礙你,並選擇導致智慧的道路。“ - 佛陀

“在通往真理的道路上,只能犯兩個錯誤;不要一直走,而不是開始。“

“除了我們自己,沒有人能救我們。沒有人可以也沒有人可以。我們自己必須走這條路。“

“如果一個男人的想法很混亂,如果他是魯莽和充滿欺騙,他怎麼能穿黃色長袍?誰是自己的大師,光明,清晰,真實,他可能確實穿黃色長袍。“
“只要心中懷有怨恨的念頭,憤怒永遠不會消失。只要忘記怨恨的想法,憤怒就會消失。“

“你的身體很珍貴。它是我們喚醒的工具。小心對待。“ - 佛陀

“很快身體就被丟棄了,那感覺到了什麼?一塊無用的木頭,它躺在地上,然後它知道什麼?你最大的敵人不能傷害你,就像你自己的想法一樣,沒有人看守。但是一旦掌握了,沒有人可以幫助你,甚至不是你的父親或母親。“

“人們應該努力了解遭受疾病和疾病的基礎 - 並在獲得成功的同時保持健康和幸福。”

“如果你足夠安靜,你會聽到宇宙的流動。你會感受到它的節奏。順其自然。幸福就在眼前。冥想是關鍵。“

和平的佛陀行情

“比一千個空洞的詞更好,是帶來和平的一個詞。” - 佛陀

“和平來自內心。不要在沒有的情況下尋求它。“

“那些沒有怨恨的人肯定會找到平安。”

“必須有邪惡才能證明其純潔高於它。 “

“征服自己比征服別人更重要。”

“存在的全部秘密就是不要害怕。永遠不要害怕你會成為什麼,不依靠任何人。只有你拒絕所有幫助的那一刻,你才能獲得自由。“

“把你的心放在做好事上。一遍又一遍地做,你會充滿歡樂。“ - 佛陀

“所有有開端的東西都有結局。用這個來和平相處,一切都會好起來的。“

“痛苦的根源是依戀。”

佛陀關於靈性的行情

“在你成為這條道路之前,你無法走上這條道路。”

“三件事不能長久隱藏:太陽,月亮和真相。” - 佛陀

“生命中唯一真正的失敗不是對最好的人知道的。”

“純度或雜質取決於自己。沒人能淨化另一個人。“

“無論你讀了多少聖言,但是你說的很多,如果你不對他們採取行動,他們會對你有什麼好處呢?”

“如果你為某人照亮一盞燈,它也會照亮你的道路。” - 佛陀

“如果我們能夠清楚地看到一朵花的奇蹟,我們的整個生命就會改變。 “

“那些未能朝著真理努力的人已經錯過了生活的目的。”

“分離是世界上最大的苦難;在慈悲中,這是世界真正的力量。“

“如果你發現沒有人在精神道路上支持你,那就獨自行走吧。與未成年人沒有任何關係。“

“解決你自己的救恩。不要依賴別人。”

“無論你讀了多少聖言,但是你說的很多,如果你不這樣做,他們會對你有什麼好處





Welcome to the Buddha-Dharma Centre of Hong Kong Ltd.! 香港佛法中心歡迎您!




The
Buddha-Dharma Centre of Hong Kong Ltd.(BDCHK) was established in April
2012. The primary aims of the Centre are to promote the study and
research of Buddhism through academic courses and publications.
Enrolment to its academic programmes will be open to local as well as
students from abroad and from both the lay and sangha communities. It
will also conduct regular seminars, lectures and conferences and
organize related activities which will be open to the general public.


BDCHK is a charitable institution registered under section 88 Inland
Revenue Ordinance, Cap. 112 Laws of Hong Kong. (Any cash donation above
HK$100 is tax-deductible.)


We strive to integrate study with practice in accordance with the
doctrine of the five spiritual faculties: faith, vigour, mindfulness,
equipoise and wisdom.


We offer academic programmes (including Diploma in Pali and Buddhist
Studies, Master of Arts Degree in Buddhist Studies, Master of Philosophy
in Buddhist Studies and Doctor of Philosophy in Buddhist Studies) as
well as special courses. For detail, please see http://buddhadharma.co/Courses


香港佛法中心創建於2012年4月,以「佛學而學佛, 學佛而佛學」為宗旨,弘揚佛法,提倡佛法教育,並從事慈善事業。依據信、勤、念、定、慧「五根」,中心將佛學研究與修行相結合,幫助人們實現和諧的日常生活,使人們全面深入地認識佛教,消除宗派成見。


香港佛法中心為有志於學習佛法之人士提供巴利文暨佛學文憑、文學碩士(佛學)、哲學碩士(佛學)及哲學博士(佛學)等專業的學術課程及其他特別課程,內容涵蓋南傳、漢傳與藏傳三大佛教系統,完成學位課程並考核合格的學生將由斯里蘭卡凱拉尼亞大學直接授予學位。詳情請見:http://buddhadharma.co/Courses


https://www.keepinspiring.me/buddha-quotes/

以下108個佛陀的引語體現了精神領袖對同情,和平和幸福的強調。

佛陀行情生活

“征服自己比贏得一千場戰鬥更好。那麼勝利就是你的。它不能從你那裡拿走。“ - 佛陀

“如果你知道我所知道的給予你的力量,就不會在沒有以某種方式分享的情況下讓一頓飯通過。”

“從水中學習:大聲噴濺小溪,但海洋深處平靜。”

“我從來沒有看到做過什麼;我只看到還有待完成的事情。“
“你只會失去你所依附的東西。”

“過去已經過去,未來還沒有到來。你只有一個時刻可以活下去。“

“麻煩的是你覺得你有時間。”

“當你走路,吃飯和旅行時,就在你身邊。否則你將錯過你的大部分生活。“ - 佛陀

“你的工作就是發現你的工作,然後全心全意地去做。”

“不管相信什麼,無論你在哪裡閱讀,或者誰說出來,無論我是否已經說過,除非它同意你自己的理由和你自己的常識。”

“舌頭就像一把鋒利的刀……殺人而不抽血。”

“向所有人傳授這三重真理:慷慨的心,善意的言論,以及服務和同情的生活是讓人類更新的事物。”

“每個人都是自己健康或疾病的作者。” - 佛陀

“避免說謊基本上是有益健康的。”

“作為熱愛生活的人避免毒害,避免惡行”。

佛陀行情冥想

“忍住憤怒就像喝毒藥一樣,期待著對方的死亡。”

“你的想法,你成為了。你的感受,你吸引。你想像的,你創造的。“

“冥想帶來了智慧;缺乏冥想會留下無知。要知道是什麼導致你前進,什麼阻礙你,並選擇導致智慧的道路。“ - 佛陀

“在通往真理的道路上,只能犯兩個錯誤;不要一直走,而不是開始。“

“除了我們自己,沒有人能救我們。沒有人可以也沒有人可以。我們自己必須走這條路。“

“如果一個男人的想法很混亂,如果他是魯莽和充滿欺騙,他怎麼能穿黃色長袍?誰是自己的大師,光明,清晰,真實,他可能確實穿黃色長袍。“
“只要心中懷有怨恨的念頭,憤怒永遠不會消失。只要忘記怨恨的想法,憤怒就會消失。“

“你的身體很珍貴。它是我們喚醒的工具。小心對待。“ - 佛陀

“很快身體就被丟棄了,那感覺到了什麼?一塊無用的木頭,它躺在地上,然後它知道什麼?你最大的敵人不能傷害你,就像你自己的想法一樣,沒有人看守。但是一旦掌握了,沒有人可以幫助你,甚至不是你的父親或母親。“

“人們應該努力了解遭受疾病和疾病的基礎 - 並在獲得成功的同時保持健康和幸福。”

“如果你足夠安靜,你會聽到宇宙的流動。你會感受到它的節奏。順其自然。幸福就在眼前。冥想是關鍵。“

和平的佛陀行情

“比一千個空洞的詞更好,是帶來和平的一個詞。” - 佛陀

“和平來自內心。不要在沒有的情況下尋求它。“

“那些沒有怨恨的人肯定會找到平安。”

“必須有邪惡才能證明其純潔高於它。 “

“征服自己比征服別人更重要。”

“存在的全部秘密就是不要害怕。永遠不要害怕你會成為什麼,不依靠任何人。只有你拒絕所有幫助的那一刻,你才能獲得自由。“

“把你的心放在做好事上。一遍又一遍地做,你會充滿歡樂。“ - 佛陀

“所有有開端的東西都有結局。用這個來和平相處,一切都會好起來的。“

“痛苦的根源是依戀。”

佛陀關於靈性的行情

“在你成為這條道路之前,你無法走上這條道路。”

“三件事不能長久隱藏:太陽,月亮和真相。” - 佛陀

“生命中唯一真正的失敗不是對最好的人知道的。”

“純度或雜質取決於自己。沒人能淨化另一個人。“

“無論你讀了多少聖言,但是你說的很多,如果你不對他們採取行動,他們會對你有什麼好處呢?”

“如果你為某人照亮一盞燈,它也會照亮你的道路。” - 佛陀

“如果我們能夠清楚地看到一朵花的奇蹟,我們的整個生命就會改變。 “

“那些未能朝著真理努力的人已經錯過了生活的目的。”

“分離是世界上最大的苦難;在慈悲中,這是世界真正的力量。“

“如果你發現沒有人在精神道路上支持你,那就獨自行走吧。與未成年人沒有任何關係。“

“解決你自己的救恩。不要依賴別人。”

“無論你讀了多少聖言,但是你說的很多,如果你不這樣做,他們會對你有什麼好處


24) Classical Corsican-Corsa Corsicana,
Buddha
24) Classica Corsa-Corsa Corsicana,

https://www.keepinspiring.me/buddha-quotes/

I 108 bugi di u Buddha seguitanu l’enfasi di u capu spirituale nantu à a compassione, a pace è a felicità.

Budda Quotes on Life

Ùn
hè megliu per cunquistà tù sì chì vince una migliaia di battaglie.
Allora a vittoria hè a toia. Ùn pò esse presu da voi. “-Buddha

“Sì
sapevi ciò chì cunnoscu nantu à u putere di dà vi ùn dau micca lasciate
chì un unicu pastu senza passà nunda in un modu unicu.”

“Amparate questu da l’acqua: forti spruzzi di u rusciu ma a profondità di l’oceani sò calmi”

Ùn mai vedu micca ciò chì hè statu fattu; U solu vede ciò chì rimane à fà. “
“Vi perdi solu ciò chì avete aggratu.”

“U passatu hè già andatu, u futuru ùn hè ancu quì. Ci hè solu un mumentu per voi di viva. “

“U prublema hè, pensate chì avete tempu.”

“Quand’ellu cammini è manghja è viaghjite, esse quandu vo sì. Altrimenti vi mancarete a maiò parte di a vostra vita. “-Buddha

“U vostru travagliu hè di scopre u vostru travagliu è poi di tuttu u to core di dà volletà.”

Ùn
crede nunda, ùn importa quantu leghjite, o quellu chì hà dettu, senza
riguardu se l’aghju dettu, à menu d’accordu cù a vostra ragione è u
vostru sensu cumuni.

“A lingua cum’è un prugrammu appiccicosa … uccide senza dittà sangue.”

“Imparate
à tuttu a triplice verità à: Un cuore generosu, una parolla serena, è
una vita di serviziu è di compassione sò e cose chì rinnovanu
l’umanità.”

“Ogni omu hè l’autore di a so propria salute o di a so malattia.” -Buddha

“Abstenitevi di a bugna hè di primura salutare.”

“Pruduce e malefatte cum’è un omu chì amava a vita evita i veri.”

Budda Quotes on meditation

“Sfruttà à a furia hè cum’è a beva velenu è aspettà chì l’altra persona morisse”.

«Ciò chì pensate, si diventa. Ciò chì sentite, si attrae. Ciò chì imaginevi, crea.

“A
meditazione porta sapienzia; a mancanza di meditazione lascia
l’ignuranza. Sapete bene ciò chì vi porta davanti è ciò chì vi tiene, è
sceglite a strada chì porta à a saggezza. ”-Buddha

«Ci ​​hè solu dui errori chì si pò fà per a strada di a verità; ùn viaghjà micca finu, è micca cumincià. “

Ùn ci hè nimu chì ci salva. Nisunu pò e nimu pò. Oghu noi stessi deve camminà nantu à u caminu. “

“Se
i pensamenti di un omu sò fangosi, s’ellu hè imprudentu è pienu di u
mutivu, cumu pò purtà a tunica gialla? Chì hè maestru di a so natura,
Brillante, chjucu è veru, pò infatti induvà a tunica gialla.
“A
rabbia ùn sparirà mai mentre i pensieri di u risentiu sò ancu amati in a
mente. A rabbia sparirà à u mo primu chì i pensieri di u risentimentu
sò scurdati. “

“U vostru corpu hè preziatu. Hè u nostru veìculu per u risvegliu. Trattate cun cura. ”-Buddha

“Perchè
prestu u corpu hè scartatu, Allora chì faci? Un troncu inutile di
lignu, si trova in terra, Allora chì sapi? U vostru peghju nemicu ùn pò
dà nunda chì tantu cum’è i vostri proprii penseri, unguarded. Ma una
volta amparatu, nimu pò aiutà tantu, nè u vostru babbu o a to mamma.

Ùn
ci vole micca à ghjunghje per capì ciò chì sottu à i sofisticamenti è e
malattie, è cercate a salute è u benessere mentre guadagnendu in u
caminu.

“Sì vo site abbastanza tranquillu, pudete sente u flussu
di l’universu. Vi sentirerete u so ritmu. Andà cun stu flussu. A
felicità vene à l’antica. A meditazione hè una chjave. “

Budda Quotes on Peace

“Megliu chè una migliaia di parole cavule, hè una parola chì porta a pace.” -Buddha

“A pace vene da dentro. Ùn circate micca senza “.

“Quelli chì sò liberi di pensamentu scumassi traghjanu da a pace.”

Ùn ci vole micca à esse bè chì bonu pudè dimostrà a so purezza sopra à ella. “

“Vinci stessi hè un compitu maiò chè conquistà l’altri”.

“Tuttu
u secretu di l’esistenza hè di ùn avè micca paura. Ùn temia micca ciò
chì sarà diventatu di voi, dipende da nimu. Solu u mumentu in cui
scartate tuttu l’aiutu sò liberati. “

“Mette u core à fà bè. Fate dinò più è dopu è sarete pienu di gioia. “-Buddha

Tuttu quellu chì hà un inizio hà una fine. Fate a pace cun tale è tuttu sarà bè. “

“A radice di a sofferenza hè attaccamentu”.

Buddha Quotes on Spirituality

“Ùn pudete micca viaghjà a strada finu quandu hè diventata a via stessa.”

“Tre cose ùn ponu micca esse nascoste: u sole, a luna è a verità”. -Buddha

“U solu fattu fallimentu in a vita ùn hè micca di esse fidatu à u megliu chì sà.”

“A purezza o l’impurità dipende da sè. Nisunu pò purificà un altru. “

“Tuttavia, parechje parolle sacre chì leghjite, quantunque tu parli, chì boni vi fanu se ùn agiti micca nantu à elli?”

“Sì chì accende una lampada per qualchissia, sarà luminosa a vostra strada.” -Buddha

Ùn pudemu vede u miraculu d’una sola fiore chjaramente, a nostra vita cambierà. “

“Quelli chì ùn anu micca trattatu versu a verità anu mancu u scopu di a vita.”

“In separateness hè a più grande miseria di u mondu; in compassione hè a vera forza di u mondu. “

“Sì ùn truvate à nimu chì vi sustene nantu à u caminu spirituale, cammina solu. Ùn ci hè nunda di cumpagnia cù l’immaturie. “

“Fate una vostra salvezza. Ùn dipende micca da l’altri. “

“Tuttavia, parechje parole sacre chì leghje, quantunque siate parlate, chì bonu vanu fate se ùn fate micca


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Sljedećih 108 Buddhinih citata utjelovljuju naglasak duhovnog vođe na suosjećanje, mir i sreću.

Buddha Citati o životu

“Bolje je osvojiti sebe nego osvojiti tisuću bitaka. Tada je pobjeda tvoja. Ne može vam se oduzeti. ”-Buddha

“Kad biste znali što ja znam o moći davanja, ne biste dopustili da jedan obrok prođe bez da ga dijelite na neki način.”

“Naučite ovo iz vode: glasno prska potok, ali dubina oceana je mirna.”

„Nikad ne vidim što je učinjeno; Vidim samo ono što još treba učiniti. “
“Gubiš samo ono na što se držiš.”

„Prošlost je već nestala, budućnost još nije ovdje. Postoji samo jedan trenutak da živite. “

“Nevolja je u tome što misliš da imaš vremena.”

“Dok hodate, jedete i putujete, budite tamo gdje ste. Inače ćeš propustiti veći dio svog života. ”-Buddha

“Vaš je posao otkriti svoj posao, a zatim svim srcem dati se njemu.”

“Ništa
ne vjerujte, bez obzira na to gdje ga čitate, ili tko je to rekao, bez
obzira jesam li to rekao, osim ako se ne slaže s vašim vlastitim razumom
i vlastitim razumom.”

“Jezik kao oštar nož … ubija bez izvlačenja krvi.”

“Učite
ovu trostruku istinu svima: darežljivo srce, ljubazni govor i život
služenja i suosjećanja su stvari koje obnavljaju čovječanstvo.”

“Svako ljudsko biće autor je vlastitog zdravlja ili bolesti.” -Buddha

“Suzdržati se od laganja bitno je zdravo.”

“Izbjegavajte zla djela kao što čovjek koji voli život izbjegava otrov.”

Buddha Citati o meditaciji

“Držati se gnjeva je kao piti otrov i očekivati ​​da će druga osoba umrijeti.”

- Što ti misliš, postaješ. Ono što osjećate, privlačite. Ono što zamišljate, stvarate.

„Meditacija
donosi mudrost; nedostatak meditacije ostavlja neznanje. Dobro znajte
što vas vodi naprijed i što vas zadržava, i odaberite put koji vodi u
mudrost. ”-Buddha

„Postoje samo dvije pogreške koje se mogu napraviti na putu prema istini; ne ide sve do kraja i ne počinje. “

- Nitko nas ne spašava osim nas samih. Nitko ne može i nitko ne može. Mi sami moramo ići putem. “

“Ako
su muške misli blatne, ako je nepromišljen i obmanut, kako može nositi
žuti ogrtač? Tko god je gospodar svoje vlastite prirode, svijetao, jasan
i istinit, doista može nositi žuti ogrtač. “
“Ljutnja nikada neće nestati sve dok se u srcu njeguju misli ljutnje. Ljutnja će nestati čim se zaborave misli o ljutnji.

- Vaše tijelo je dragocjeno. To je naše sredstvo za buđenje. Tretirajte ga pažljivo. ”-Buddha

“Uskoro
se tijelo odbacuje, što onda osjeća? Beskoristan drvni trupac, on leži
na zemlji, što onda zna? Tvoj najgori neprijatelj ti ne može nauditi.
Koliko i tvoje vlastite misli, nezaštićene. Ali kad jednom ovladaju,
nitko vam ne može toliko pomoći, čak ni tvoj otac ili tvoja majka. “

“Treba nastojati razumjeti što je temelj patnji i bolesti - te težiti zdravlju i dobrobiti dok stičemo put.”

“Ako
ste dovoljno tihi, čut ćete protok svemira. Osjetit ćete njezin ritam.
Idi s ovim tokom. Pred nama je sreća. Meditacija je ključna. “

Buddha citira o miru

“Bolje od tisuću šupljih riječi jedna je riječ koja donosi mir.”

“Mir dolazi iznutra. Ne tražite bez njega. “

“Oni koji su slobodni od uvredljivih misli sigurno će pronaći mir.”

“Mora postojati zlo tako da dobro može dokazati svoju čistoću iznad njega. ”

“Osvajanje sebe je veći zadatak nego osvajanje drugih.”

-
Čitava tajna postojanja znači da nemamo straha. Nikad se ne bojte što
će postati od vas, ne ovisi o nikome. Samo trenutak kada odbaciš svu
pomoć oslobođen si. “

“Postavite svoje srce na dobro. Učinite to iznova i iznova i bit ćete ispunjeni radošću. ”-Buddha

“Sve što ima početak ima kraj. Pomirite se s tim i sve će biti dobro. “

“Korijen patnje je vezanost.”

Buddha Citati o duhovnosti

“Ne možete putovati putem dok ne postanete sam put.”

“Ne mogu se dugo skrivati ​​tri stvari: sunce, mjesec i istina.” -Buddha

“Jedini pravi neuspjeh u životu nije biti istinit prema onome koji najbolje zna.”

“Čistoća ili nečistoća ovisi o sebi. Nitko ne može pročistiti drugog. “

“Koliko god da ste pročitali svete riječi, koliko god govorili, što će vam učiniti ako ne postupite prema njima?”

“Ako za nekoga zapalite svjetiljku, to će također razvedriti vaš put.” -Buddha

„Kad bismo jasno vidjeli čudo jednog cvijeta, cijeli bi se život promijenio. ”

“Oni koji nisu radili prema istini propustili su smisao života.”

„U odvojenosti je najveća bijeda svijeta; u suosjećanju leži u pravoj snazi ​​svijeta. “

„Ako ne nađete nikoga tko bi vas podržao na duhovnom putu, hodajte sami. Ne postoji društvo s nezrelim. “

»Izradi svoje spasenje. Ne ovisi o drugima.

“Koliko god da ste pročitali svete riječi, koliko god govorili, kakvu korist od vas imaju ako to ne učinite.”

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Následující 108 Buddhův citací ztělesňuje důraz duchovního vůdce na soucit, mír a štěstí.

Buddha Citáty o životě

„Je lepší dobýt si než vyhrát tisíce bitev. Pak je vaše vítězství vaše. Nemůže být od tebe vzat. “-Buddha

“Kdybyste věděli, co vím o síle dávat, nenechali byste jedno jídlo projít, aniž by to nějakým způsobem sdíleli.”

„Naučte se to z vody: hlasité šplouchání potoka, ale hloubka oceánů je klidná.“

„Nikdy nevidím, co se stalo; Vidím jen to, co zbývá udělat. “
“Ztratíš jen to, na čem lpíš.”

„Minulost je již pryč, budoucnost zde ještě není. Je tu jen jeden okamžik, kdy můžete žít. “

“Problém je, že si myslíš, že máš čas.”

„Když jdete a jedete a cestujete, buďte tam, kde jste. Jinak budete většinu svého života postrádat. “-Buddha

„Tvou prací je odhalit svou práci a pak se celým svým srdcem, abyste se jí dali.“

“Věřte
nic, bez ohledu na to, kde to čtete, nebo kdo to řekl, bez ohledu na
to, jestli jsem to řekl, pokud to nesouhlasí s vaším vlastním důvodem a
vlastním zdravým rozumem.”

“Jazyk jako ostrý nůž … zabíjí, aniž by kreslil krev.”

„Naučte tuto trojitou pravdu všem: Velkorysé srdce, laskavá řeč a život služeb a soucitu jsou věci, které obnovují lidstvo.“

„Každá lidská bytost je autorem vlastního zdraví nebo nemoci.“ -Buddha

„Zdržet se lhaní je v podstatě zdravé.“

“Vyhněte se zlým skutkům jako člověk, který miluje život, vyhýbá se jedu.”

Buddha Citáty o meditaci

“Držet se hněvu je jako pít jed a očekávat, že druhá osoba zemře.”

„Co si myslíte, stanete se. Co cítíš, přitahuješ. To, co si představujete, vytvoříte. “

„Meditace
přináší moudrost; nedostatek meditace zanechává nevědomost. Dobře víte,
co vás vede vpřed a co vás drží zpátky, a vyberte si cestu, která vede k
moudrosti. “-Buddha

„Existují jen dvě chyby, které lze udělat na cestě k pravdě; nechodí celou cestu a nezačíná. “

„Nikdo nás nezachrání, ale my sami. Nikdo nemůže a nikdo nemůže. My sami musíme jít cestou. “

„Jsou-li
myšlenky člověka zablácené, je-li bezohledný a plný klamů, jak může
nosit žluté roucho? Ten, kdo je pánem své přirozenosti, Světlý, jasný a
pravdivý, může skutečně nosit žluté roucho. “
„Hněv nikdy nezmizí, dokud jsou v mysli myšlenky na odpor. Hněv zmizí, jakmile budou myšlenky na odpor zapomenuty.

„Vaše tělo je vzácné. Je to naše vozidlo pro probuzení. Zacházejte s ním opatrně. “-Buddha

„Brzy
bude tělo vyhozeno, co potom cítí? Neužitečný dřevo ze dřeva, leží na
zemi, co pak ví? Váš nejhorší nepřítel vám nemůže ublížit Stejně jako
vaše vlastní myšlenky, nehlídané. Ale jakmile zvládnete, nikdo vám
nemůže pomoci tak moc, ani váš otec nebo vaše matka. “

„Člověk by se měl snažit pochopit, co je základem utrpení a nemocí - a usilovat o zdraví a pohodu při získávání cesty.“

„Pokud
jste dost klidní, uslyšíte tok vesmíru. Budete cítit jeho rytmus. Jděte
s tímto tokem. Štěstí leží před námi. Meditace je klíčová. “

Buddha Citáty o míru

„Lepší než tisíc prázdných slov je jedno slovo, které přináší mír.“ -Buddha

„Mír pochází zevnitř. Nehledejte to bez. “

“Ti, kdo jsou bez zármutku, jistě najdou mír.”

„Musí být zlo, aby dobro mohlo prokázat svou čistotu nad ním. “

„Zvítězit je větší úkol než dobýt ostatní.“

„Celé
tajemství existence nemá strach. Nikdy se neboj, co se s tebou stane,
záleží na nikoho. Jen v okamžiku, kdy odmítnete veškerou pomoc, jste
osvobozeni. “

„Nastavte své srdce na to, abyste konali dobro. Udělej to znovu a znovu a budeš naplněn radostí. “-Buddha

„Všechno, co má začátek, má konec. Udělej si s tím svůj pokoj a všechno bude v pořádku. “

“Kořen utrpení je připoutanost.”

Buddha Citáty o spiritualitě

“Nemůžete cestovat, dokud se nestanete cestou samotnou.”

„Tři věci nemohou být dlouho skryté: slunce, měsíc a pravda.“ -Buddha

“Jediným skutečným selháním v životě není být věrný tomu nejlepšímu.”

„Čistota nebo nečistota závisí na sobě. Nikdo nemůže očistit druhého. “

„Mnohá ​​svatá slova, která čtete, ale mnozí mluvíte, co vám dělají, když na nich nečiníte?“

„Pokud pro někoho rozsvítíte lampu, bude to také rozjasnit vaši cestu.“ -Buddha

„Kdybychom jasně viděli zázrak jedné květiny, celý náš život by se změnil. “

„Ti, kteří selhali v práci na pravdě, postrádali smysl života.“

„V samostatnosti leží největší bída světa; v soucitu leží skutečná síla světa. “

„Pokud nikoho nenajdete na duchovní cestě, chodte sám. Neexistuje žádná společnost s nezralým. “

„Vypracujte svou vlastní spásu. Nezáleží na ostatních. “

„Mnohá ​​svatá slova, která čtete, však mnozí mluvíte, jakou dobrou vůli vám udělají

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De følgende 108 buddha citater belyser den åndelige lederens vægt på medfølelse, fred og lykke.

Buddha Citater på Livet

“Det er bedre at erobre dig selv end at vinde tusind kampe. Så er sejren din. Det kan ikke tages fra dig. “-Buddha

“Hvis
du vidste hvad jeg ved om magten til at give dig, ville ikke lade et
enkelt måltid passere uden at dele det på en eller anden måde.”

“Lær dette fra vand: højt sprøjter bækkenet, men havets dybde er roligt.”

“Jeg ser aldrig, hvad der er gjort; Jeg ser kun, hvad der skal tilbage. “
“Du mister kun, hvad du klamrer på.”

“Fortiden er allerede væk, fremtiden er endnu ikke her. Der er kun et øjeblik for dig at leve. “

“Problemet er at du tror du har tid.”

“Når du går og spiser og rejser, være hvor du er. Ellers vil du savne det meste af dit liv. “-Buddha

“Dit arbejde er at opdage dit arbejde og derefter med hele dit hjerte at give dig selv det.”

“Tro
ingenting, uanset hvor du læser det, eller hvem sagde det, uanset om
jeg har sagt det, medmindre det er i overensstemmelse med din egen grund
og din egen sunde fornuft.”

“Tungen som en skarp kniv … Dræber uden at trække blod.”

“Lær
denne tredobbelt sandhed til alle: Et generøst hjerte, venlig tale og
et liv i tjeneste og medfølelse er de ting, der fornyer menneskeheden.”

“Hvert menneske er forfatteren af ​​sin egen sundhed eller sygdom.” -Buddha

“At undlade at lyve er i det væsentlige sunde.”

“Undgå onde gerninger som en mand, der elsker livet, undgår gift.”

Buddha Citater om Meditation

“At holde på vrede er som at drikke gift og forventer den anden person at dø.”

“Hvad du tror, ​​bliver du. Hvad du føler, tiltrækker du. Hvad du forestiller dig, opretter du. “

“Meditation
bringer visdom; manglende meditation efterlader uvidenhed. Ved godt
hvad der fører dig frem og hvad holder dig tilbage, og vælg den vej, der
fører til visdom. “-Buddha

“Der er kun to fejl, man kan gøre langs vejen til sandheden; går ikke hele vejen og ikke starter. “

“Ingen sparer os, men os selv. Ingen kan, og ingen kan. Vi må selv gå på banen. “

“Hvis
en mands tanker er mudrede, hvis han er hensynsløs og fuld af
bedrageri, hvordan kan han bære den gule kappe? Den, der er herre af sin
egen natur, Lys, klar og sand, han kan faktisk bære den gule kappe. “
“Vrede
vil aldrig forsvinde så længe tanker om vrede er elsket i sindet. Vrede
vil forsvinde lige så snart tankegangene er glemt. “

“Din krop er dyrebar. Det er vores køretøj til opvågning. Behandle det med omhu. “-Buddha

“For
snart bliver kroppen kasseret, så hvad føles det? En ubrugelig log af
træ, den ligger på jorden, så hvad ved det? Din værste fjende kan ikke
skade dig. Så meget som dine egne tanker, ubevogtet. Men engang mestre,
Ingen kan hjælpe dig så meget, ikke engang din far eller din mor. “

“Man
bør stræbe efter at forstå, hvad der ligger til grund for lidelser og
sygdomme - og sigte på sundhed og velvære samtidig med at man går i
vejen.”

“Hvis du er stille nok, vil du høre universets strømning.
Du vil føle sin rytme. Gå med denne strømning. Lykke ligger foran
Meditation er nøglen. “

Buddha Quotes on Peace

“Bedre end tusind hule ord er et ord, der bringer fred.” -Buddha

“Fred kommer indefra. Søg det ikke uden. “

“De, der er fri for vrede, finder helt sikkert fred.”

“Der skal være ondt, så det gode kan bevise dets renhed over det. ”

“At erobre sig selv er en større opgave end at sejre andre.”

“Hele
hemmeligheden om eksistens er at have ingen frygt. Frygt aldrig, hvad
der bliver af dig, afhængig af ingen. Kun det øjeblik du afviser al
hjælp, frigøres du. “

“Sæt dit hjerte på at gøre det godt. Gør det igen og igen, og du vil blive fyldt af glæde. “-Buddha

“Alt, der har en begyndelse, har en ende. Fred med det, og alt vil være godt. “

“Lødens rod er vedhæftning.”

Buddha Quotes on Spirituality

“Du kan ikke rejse stien, før du er blevet stien selv.”

“Tre ting kan ikke være langt skjult: solen, månen og sandheden.” -Buddha

“Det eneste virkelige fiasko i livet er ikke at være sandt til det bedste man ved.”

“Renhed eller urenhed afhænger af sig selv. Ingen kan rense en anden. “

“Men mange hellige ord du læser, men mange taler du, hvad god vil de gøre dig, hvis du ikke handler om dem?”

“Hvis du tænder en lampe for nogen, vil den også lyse din vej.” -Buddha

“Hvis vi kunne se et enkelt blomsters mirakel klart, ville hele vores liv ændre sig. ”

“De, der har undladt at arbejde mod sandheden, har savnet formålet med at leve.”

“I adskilthed ligger verdens største elendighed; i medfølelse ligger verdens sande styrke. “

“Hvis du finder ingen til at støtte dig på den åndelige vej, gå alene. Der er intet ledsag med den umodne. “

“Træd din egen frelse ud. Stol ikke på andre. “

“Men mange hellige ord du læser, men mange taler du, hvad god vil de gøre dig, hvis du ikke gør det

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De volgende 108 Boedha-citaten belichamen de nadruk van de spirituele leider op mededogen, vrede en geluk.

Boeddha citeert over het leven

“Het
is beter om jezelf te overwinnen dan om duizend veldslagen te winnen.
Dan is de overwinning voor jou. Het kan niet van je worden afgenomen.
“-Boeddha

“Als je wist wat ik weet over de kracht van geven, zou
je geen enkele maaltijd voorbij laten gaan zonder het op de een of
andere manier te delen.”

“Leer dit uit het water: luid spettert de beek maar de diepte van de oceanen is kalm.”

“Ik zie nooit wat er is gedaan; Ik zie alleen wat er nog moet gebeuren. “
“Je verliest alleen waar je je aan gehecht heb.”

“Het verleden is al weg, de toekomst is er nog niet. Er is maar één moment waarop je kunt leven. ‘

“Het probleem is dat je denkt dat je tijd hebt.”

“Terwijl je loopt en eet en reist, moet je zijn waar je bent. Anders zul je het grootste deel van je leven missen. “-Boeddha

“Je werk is om je werk te ontdekken en dan met heel je hart om jezelf eraan te geven.”

“Geloof
niets, ongeacht waar je het leest, of wie het zei, het maakt niet uit
of ik het heb gezegd, tenzij het overeenkomt met je eigen reden en je
eigen gezond verstand.”

“De tong als een scherp mes … Doodt zonder bloed te strijken.”

“Leer
deze drievoudige waarheid aan iedereen: een genereus hart, een
vriendelijke toespraak en een leven van dienstbetoon en mededogen zijn
de dingen die de mensheid vernieuwen.”

“Ieder mens is de auteur van zijn eigen gezondheid of ziekte.” -Boeddha

“Zich onthouden van liegen is in wezen gezond.”

“Vermijd kwade daden als een man die van het leven houdt, vergif vermijdt.”

Boeddha citaten over meditatie

“Vasthouden aan woede is als het drinken van gif en de verwachting dat de andere persoon zal sterven.”

“Wat jij denkt te worden. Wat je voelt, trek je aan. Wat je je voorstelt, creëer je. “

“Meditatie
brengt wijsheid; gebrek aan meditatie laat onwetendheid achter. Weet
goed wat je naar voren brengt en wat je tegenhoudt, en kies het pad dat
naar wijsheid leidt. “-Boeddha

“Er zijn maar twee fouten die je kunt maken op weg naar de waarheid; niet helemaal doorgaan, en niet starten. “

“Niemand redt ons behalve onszelf. Niemand kan en niemand mag. Wijzelf moeten het pad bewandelen. “

“Als
de gedachten van een man modderig zijn, als hij roekeloos en vol bedrog
is, hoe kan hij dan de gele mantel dragen? Degene die meester is over
zijn eigen karakter, Helder, duidelijk en waar, Hij kan inderdaad de
gele mantel dragen. “
“Woede zal nooit verdwijnen zolang gedachten
van wrok gekoesterd worden in de geest. Woede zal verdwijnen zodra
gedachten over wrok vergeten zijn. ‘

“Je lichaam is kostbaar. Het is ons voertuig om te ontwaken. Behandel het met zorg. “-Boeddha

“Want
spoedig wordt het lichaam weggegooid. Wat voelt het dan? Een nutteloze
log van hout, het ligt op de grond, wat weet het dan? Je ergste vijand
kan je niet schaden zo veel als je eigen gedachten, onbewaakt. Maar
eenmaal onder de knie, kan niemand je helpen, zelfs niet je vader of je
moeder. ‘

“Men moet ernaar streven om te begrijpen wat aan lijden
en ziekten ten grondslag ligt - en streven naar gezondheid en welzijn
terwijl je op het pad komt.”

“Als je stil genoeg bent, zul je de
stroom van het universum horen. Je zult zijn ritme voelen. Ga met deze
stroom. Het geluk ligt voor de deur. Meditatie is de sleutel. “

Boeddha citaten over vrede

“Beter dan duizend holle woorden, is een woord dat vrede brengt.” -Boeddha

“Vrede komt van binnenuit. Zoek het niet zonder. “

“Degenen die vrij zijn van boosaardige gedachten vinden zeker vrede.”

“Er moet kwaad zijn zodat het goede zijn puurheid erboven kan bewijzen. ”

“Zelf veroveren is een grotere taak dan anderen te verslaan.”

“Het
hele geheim van het bestaan ​​is om geen angst te hebben. Wees nooit
bang voor wat er van je zal worden, afhankelijk van niemand. Alleen op
het moment dat u alle hulp afwijst, bent u bevrijd. “

“Stel je hart op het goede doen. Doe het steeds opnieuw en je zult vervuld zijn van vreugde. “-Boeddha

“Alles dat een begin heeft, heeft een einde. Maak daar vrede mee en alles komt goed. “

“De wortel van lijden is gehechtheid.”

Boeddha citeert over spiritualiteit

“Je kunt het pad niet afleggen voordat je het pad zelf bent geworden.”

“Drie dingen kunnen niet lang verborgen blijven: de zon, de maan en de waarheid.” Boeddha

“Het enige echte falen in het leven is niet trouw te blijven aan de beste die we kennen.”

“Zuiverheid of onzuiverheid hangt van jezelf af. Niemand kan een ander zuiveren. “

“Hoeveel heilige woorden je ook leest, hoe vaak je ook spreekt, wat voor goeds zullen ze doen als je niet op hen handelt?”

“Als je een lamp voor iemand verlicht, zal hij je ook opvrolijken.” -Boeddha

“Als we het wonder van een enkele bloem duidelijk konden zien, zou ons hele leven veranderen. ”

“Degenen die hebben gefaald om te werken aan de waarheid hebben het doel van het leven gemist.”

“In afgescheidenheid ligt de grootste ellende ter wereld; in mededogen ligt de ware kracht van de wereld. “

“Als je niemand vindt die je op het spirituele pad ondersteunt, loop dan alleen. Er is geen gezelschap met de onvolwassenen. ‘

“Werk je eigen redding uit. Ben niet afhankelijk van anderen. “

“Hoeveel heilige woorden je ook leest, hoe vaak je ook spreekt, wat zullen ze doen als je het niet doet



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La sekvaj 108 budhismaj citaĵoj enkorpigas la emfazon de spirita ĉefo al kompato, paco kaj feliĉo.

Budho Citas sur Vivo

“Estas pli bone konkeri vin ol gajni mil batalojn. Tiam la venko estas via. I ne povas esti prenita de vi. ”-Buddha

“Se vi scius, kion mi scias pri la forto doni al vi, ne lasus ke unika manĝo pasu sen dividi ĝin iel.”

“Lernu ĉi tion el akvo: laŭtaj plaŭdadoj la rivereto sed la oceanaj profundoj estas trankvilaj.”

“Mi neniam vidas, kion oni faris; Mi nur vidas, kio restas por fari. “
“Vi nur perdas, kion vi alkroĉas al vi.”

“La pasinteco estas jam for, la estonteco ankoraŭ ne venis ĉi tien. Nur unu momento vi povas vivi. “

“La problemo estas, ke vi pensas ke vi havas tempon.”

“Dum vi marŝas kaj manĝas kaj vojaĝas, restu kie vi estas. Alie vi maltrafos la plej grandan parton de via vivo. ”-Buddha

“Via laboro estas malkovri vian laboron kaj tiam kun via tuta koro por doni al vi mem.”

“Kredu
nenion, negrave kie vi legis ĝin, aŭ kiu diris ĝin, negrave ĉu mi diris
ĝin, krom se ĝi konsentas kun via propra kialo kaj via propra komuna
senso.”

“La lingvo kiel akra tranĉilo … Mortigas sen desegni sangon.”

“Instruu
ĉi tiun trioblan veron al ĉiuj: sindona koro, bonkora parolado, kaj
serva vivo kaj kompatemo estas la aferoj, kiuj renovigas la homaron.”

“Ĉiu homo estas la aŭtoro de sia propra sano aŭ malsano.” -Buddha

“Abstini de mensogado estas esence sana.”

“Evitu malbonajn agojn, kiel homo amanta vivon evitas venenon.”

Budho Citaĵoj pri Meditado

“Teni koleron estas kiel trinki venenon kaj atendi, ke la alia persono mortos.”

“Kion vi pensas, vi fariĝis. Kion vi sentas, vi allogas. Kion vi imagas, vi kreas. “

“Meditado
alportas saĝon; manko de meditado lasas nescion. Sciu bone, kio
kondukas vin antaŭen kaj kio retenas vin, kaj elektu la vojon, kiu
kondukas al saĝo. ”-Buddha

“Nur du eraroj povas fari laŭ la vojo al la vero; ne iri la tutan vojon, kaj ne komenciĝi. “

“Neniu savas nin krom ni. Neniu povas kaj neniu povas. Ni mem devas marŝi laŭ la vojo. “

“Se
la pensoj de viro estas ŝlimaj, se li estas senzorga kaj plena de
trompo, kiel li povas porti la flavan robon?” Kiu ajn estas mastro de
sia propra naturo, Brila, klara kaj vera, Li eble portos la flavan
robon. “
“La kolero neniam malaperos tiel longe, kiel pensoj de
rankoro estas en la menso karaj. Kolero malaperos tuj kiam pensoj pri
rankoro estas forgesitaj. “

“Via korpo estas valora. I estas nia veturilo por vekiĝi. Traktu ĝin zorge. ”-Buddha

“Ĉar
baldaŭ la korpo estas forĵetita, do kion ĝi sentas? Senutila
lignotabulo, ĝi kuŝas sur la tero, do kion ĝi scias? Via plej malbona
malamiko ne povas damaĝi vin tiel kiel viajn proprajn pensojn,
neglektitaj. Sed iam regita, neniu povas helpi vin tiel, eĉ via patro aŭ
via patrino. “

“Oni devas strebi kompreni, kio estas sub la suferoj kaj malsanoj - kaj celi sanon kaj bonfarton dum ĝi gajnas la vojon.”

“Se
vi estas sufiĉe kvieta, vi aŭdos la fluon de la universo. Vi sentos
ĝian ritmon. Iru kun ĉi tiu fluo. Estu feliĉa feliĉo. Meditado estas
ŝlosilo. “

Budho Citas pri Paco

“Pli ol ol kavaj vortoj, estas unu vorto, kiu alportas pacon.” -Buddha

“Paco venas de interne. Ne serĉu ĝin sen ĝi. “

“Tiuj, kiuj havas malagrablaĵojn, certe trovos pacon.”

“Devas esti malbona por ke bono povu pruvi sian purecon super ĝi. “

“Konkeri sin estas pli granda tasko ol konkeri aliajn.”

“La
tuta sekreto de ekzisto ne havas timon. Neniam timu, kio fariĝos de vi,
dependu de neniu. Nur la momento, kiam vi malakceptas ĉiun helpon, vi
estas liberigita. “

“Metu vian koron en farado de bono. Faru ĝin plurfoje kaj vi estos plena de ĝojo. ”-Buddha

“Ĉio, kiu havas komencon, havas finon. Pacigu vin kun tio kaj ĉio estos bona. “

“La radiko de sufero estas alligitaĵo.”

Budho Citaĵoj pri Spiriteco

“Vi ne povas vojaĝi laŭ la vojo ĝis vi fariĝis la vojo mem.”

“Tri aferoj ne povas esti longe kaŝitaj: la suno, la luno kaj la vero.” -Buddha

“La sola vera fiasko en la vivo estas ne esti fidela al la plej bona, kiun oni scias.”

“Puro aŭ malpureco dependas de si mem. Neniu povas purigi alian. “

“Tamen multaj sanktaj vortoj, kiujn vi legas, kvankam multaj vi parolas, kian bonon ili faros al vi, se vi ne agos kontraŭ ili?”

“Se vi lumigas lampon por iu, ĝi ankaŭ heligos vian vojon.” -Buddha

“Se ni povus vidi la miraklon de unu sola floro klare, nia tuta vivo ŝanĝiĝus. “

“Tiuj, kiuj malsukcesis pri la vero, maltrafis la vivon.”

“En aparta kuŝas la plej granda mizero de la mondo; en kompatemo kuŝas la vera vera forto de la mondo. “

“Se vi ne trovos iun, kiu subtenos vin sur la spirita vojo, iru sola. Estas nenia kunuleco kun la nematurulo. “

“Laboru vian propran savon. Ne dependu de aliaj. “

“Tamen multaj sanktaj vortoj, kiujn vi legas, kvankam multaj vi parolas, kian bonon ili faros al vi, se vi ne faros

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Järgmised 108 Buddha hinnapakkumist kehastavad vaimse juhi rõhku kaastunnet, rahu ja õnne.

Buddha tsitaadid elust

„Parem on ennast vallutada kui tuhat lahingut võita. Siis on võit sinu oma. Seda ei saa sinult võtta. ”-Buddha

„Kui sa teadsid, mida ma tean, et sa annad, siis ei lase ühel söögikorral ilma seda mingil viisil jagada.”

“Õpi seda veest: valju pritsib oja, kuid ookeanide sügavus on rahulik.”

„Ma ei näe kunagi seda, mida on tehtud; Ma näen ainult seda, mida veel teha tuleb. ”
“Sa kaotad ainult selle, mida sa kinni jäävad.”

„Minevik on juba kadunud, tulevik pole veel siin. Teil on vaid üks hetk, et elada. ”

“Probleem on, sa arvad, et teil on aega.”

„Kui te kõndite ja sööte ja reisite, olge seal, kus sa oled. Vastasel juhul jääte enamiku oma elust maha. ”-Buddha

„Teie töö on avastada oma tööd ja siis kogu oma südamega, et anda sellele endale.”

„Uskuge
midagi, olenemata sellest, kus te seda lugesite või kes seda ütlesid,
olenemata sellest, kas ma olen seda öelnud, välja arvatud juhul, kui ta
nõustub teie enda ja oma mõistusega.”

“Keel nagu terav nuga … tapab ilma vere tõmbamata.”

„Õpetage seda kolmekordset tõde kõigile: helde süda, lahke kõne ja teenimise ja kaastunde elu on inimkonna uuendamise asjad.”

„Iga inimene on tema enda tervise või haiguse autor.” -Buddha

“Valetamisest hoidumine on sisuliselt tervislik.”

„Vältige kurja tegusid, sest inimene, kes armastab elu, väldib mürki.”

Buddha tsitaadid meditatsiooni kohta

“Viha viimine on nagu mürgine joomine ja teine ​​inimene sureb.”

„Mis sa arvad, sa muutud. Mis te tunnete, meelitad. Mida te kujutate, loote.

„Meditatsioon
toob tarkust; meditatsiooni puudumine jätab teadmatuse. Tea hästi, mis
viib teid edasi ja mis sind tagasi hoiab ning valib tee, mis viib
tarkuse juurde. ”-Buddha

„Tõe poole on võimalik teha ainult kaks viga; ei lähe kogu tee ja ei käivitu. “

„Keegi ei päästa meid, vaid ise. Keegi ei saa ja keegi ei saa. Me ise peame kõndima. ”

„Kui
inimese mõtted on mudased, kui ta on hoolimatu ja täis pettust, siis
kuidas ta võib kanda kollast tooni? Kes iganes on oma olemuse
meisterlik, särav, selge ja tõeline, võib ta tõesti kanda ka kollast
riiet. “
„Viha ei kao kunagi nii kaua, kui mõtetes pahameelt mõtlevad. Viha kaob kohe, kui pahameeltest unustatakse. “

„Teie keha on väärtuslik. See on meie ärkamisauto. Ravige seda ettevaatlikult. ”-Buddha

„Sest
peagi keha ära visatakse, siis mida see tunneb? Kasutamatu puukalk, see
asub maapinnal, siis mida see teab? Teie halvim vaenlane ei saa teid
kahjustada nii palju kui teie enda mõtted, valvamata. Aga kui üks on
õppinud, ei saa keegi sind nii palju aidata, isegi mitte oma isa ega
ema. ”

„Peaksime püüdma mõista, mis kannab kannatusi ja haigusi, ning püüdlema tee poole tervise ja heaolu poole.”

„Kui
oled piisavalt vaikne, kuulete universumi voolu. Sa tunned selle rütmi.
Mine selle vooluga. Õnn on ees. Meditatsioon on võti. “

Buddha tsitaadid rahu kohta

“Parem kui tuhat õõnes sõna on üks sõna, mis toob rahu.” -Buddha

„Rahu pärineb seestpoolt. Ärge otsige seda ilma. ”

“Need, kes on vabad pahameeltest, leiavad kindlasti rahu.”

„Seal peab olema kurjus, et hea saaks tõestada selle puhtust. “

“Enese vallutamiseks on suurem ülesanne kui teiste vallutamine.”

„Kogu
eksistentsi saladus pole hirmuta. Ärge kunagi kartke, mis sinust saab,
ei sõltu keegi. Ainult hetk, mil te kõik abi tagasi lükate, vabaneb. ”

„Seadke oma süda heale. Tehke seda ikka ja jälle ja te olete täis rõõmu. ”-Buddha

„Kõik, millel on algus, on lõppenud. Tehke oma rahu sellega ja kõik on hästi. “

„Kannatuste juur on arestimine.”

Buddha tsitaadid vaimsusest

„Te ei saa teed mööda sõita, kuni olete saanud tee ise.”

„Kolm asja ei saa olla pikka aega peidetud: päike, kuu ja tõde.” -Buddha

„Ainus tõeline ebaõnnestumine elus ei ole mitte olla õige kõige paremale.”

„Puhtus või lisand sõltub iseendast. Keegi ei saa teist puhastada. ”

„Kuid palju lugeda kuuluvaid pühi sõnu, aga paljud, kellest sa räägid, mis hea tahtmine on, kui sa seda ei tee?

„Kui valgustate lambi kellegi jaoks, siis see ka teie teed valgustab.” -Buddha

„Kui me saaksime näha ühe lilli ime selgelt, muutuks kogu meie elu. “

“Need, kes ei ole tõe poole töötanud, on elamise eesmärgi ära võtnud.”

„Eraldatavuses on maailma suurim viletsus; kaastunde all peitub maailma tõeline tugevus. ”

„Kui te ei leia kedagi, kes teid vaimulikul teel toetaks, üksi. Puudub ebaküpsuse kaaslane. ”

„Töötage välja oma päästmine. Ära sõltu teistest. ”

„Paljud pühad sõnad, mida sa loed, aga paljud, kellest sa räägid, mida head teed teed, kui sa seda ei tee

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Ang
mga sumusunod na 108 na quote ng Buddha ay nagtataglay ng diin ng
espirituwal na lider sa kahabagan, kapayapaan at kaligayahan.

Buddha Quote sa Buhay

“Mas
mabuti na lupigin ang iyong sarili kaysa sa manalo ng isang libong
laban. Kung gayon ang tagumpay mo. Hindi ito maaaring makuha mula sa
iyo. “-Buddha

“Kung alam mo kung ano ang alam ko tungkol sa
kapangyarihan ng pagbibigay sa iyo ay hindi ipaalam sa isang solong
pagkain pass nang hindi ibinahagi ito sa ilang mga paraan.”

“Dagdagan ang mga ito mula sa tubig: malakas na splashes ang sapa ngunit ang karagatan ng kalaliman ay kalmado.”

“Hindi ko makita kung ano ang nagawa; Nakita ko lamang kung ano ang nananatiling tapos na. “
“Nawalan ka lang ng kung ano ang kumapit mo.”

“Ang nakaraan ay wala na, ang hinaharap ay hindi pa narito. Mayroon lamang isang sandali para mabuhay ka. “

“Ang problema ay, sa palagay mo ay may oras ka.”

“Habang naglalakad ka at kumakain at naglalakbay, kung nasaan ka. Kung hindi, mawawala mo ang karamihan sa iyong buhay. “-Buddha

“Ang
iyong trabaho ay upang matuklasan ang iyong trabaho at pagkatapos ay sa
iyong buong puso upang bigyan ang iyong sarili dito.”

“Huwag
kang maniwala, kahit na kung saan mo binabasa ito, o kung sino ang
nagsabi nito, kahit na sinabi ko ito, maliban kung sumasang-ayon ito sa
iyong sariling dahilan at ang iyong sariling pag-iisip.”

“Ang dila tulad ng isang matalim kutsilyo … Kills walang pagguhit ng dugo.”

“Turuan
ang triple truth sa lahat: Ang isang mapagbigay na puso, mabait na
pananalita, at isang buhay ng serbisyo at pakikiramay ang mga bagay na
nag-renew ng sangkatauhan.”

“Ang bawat tao ay ang may-akda ng kanyang sariling kalusugan o sakit.” -Buddha

“Ang abstain mula sa pagsisinungaling ay mahalagang bagay.”

“Iwasan ang masasamang gawa bilang isang taong nagmamahal sa buhay na nag-iwas sa lason.”

Buddha Quote sa Meditasyon

“Ang pagpindot sa galit ay tulad ng pag-inom ng lason at umaasa na mamatay ang iba.”

“Ano sa tingin mo, naging. Ano ang nararamdaman mo, naaakit ka. Kung ano ang naiisip mo, lumilikha ka. “

“Ang
pagmumuni ay nagdudulot ng karunungan; Ang kawalan ng pagmumuni-muni ay
nag-iiwan ng kamangmangan. Alamin kung ano ang humahantong sa iyo
pasulong at kung ano ang humahawak sa iyo pabalik, at piliin ang landas
na humahantong sa karunungan. “-Buddha

“Mayroong dalawang
pagkakamali lamang ang makagagawa ng daan patungo sa katotohanan; hindi
pagpunta sa lahat ng paraan, at hindi nagsisimula. “

“Walang
sinuman ang nagliligtas sa atin kundi sa ating sarili. Walang sinuman
ang maaari at walang sinuman. Dapat tayong maglakad sa landas. “

“Kung
ang mga saloobin ng isang tao ay maputik, Kung siya ay walang ingat at
puno ng panlilinlang, Paano siya magsuot ng dilaw na balabal? Sinumang
master ng kanyang sariling likas na katangian, Maliwanag, malinaw at
totoo, maaaring Siya talaga magsuot ng dilaw na balabal. “
“Ang galit
ay hindi kailanman mawawala hangga’t ang mga saloobin ng sama ng loob
ay itinuturing sa isip. Ang galit ay mawawala sa lalong madaling
nakalimutan ang saloobin ng sama ng loob. “

“Ang iyong katawan ay mahalaga. Ito ang aming sasakyan para sa paggising. Tratuhin ito nang may pag-iingat. “-Buddha

“Sa
lalong madaling panahon ang katawan ay itinapon, Kung gayon ano ang
nararamdaman nito? Isang walang silbi log ng kahoy, ito ay namamalagi sa
lupa, At kung ano ang alam nito? Ang iyong pinakamasama kaaway ay hindi
maaaring makapinsala sa iyo Hangga’t ang iyong sariling mga saloobin,
walang pananggalang. Ngunit sa sandaling pinagkadalubhasaan, Walang
sinuman ang makatutulong sa iyo, Hindi kahit na ang iyong ama o ang
iyong ina. “

“Dapat magsikap ang isa upang maunawaan kung ano ang
nagtataglay ng mga pagdurusa at sakit - at layunin para sa kalusugan at
kagalingan habang nakakakuha sa landas.”

“Kung ikaw ay sapat na
tahimik, maririnig mo ang daloy ng uniberso. Nadarama mo ang ritmo nito.
Pumunta sa daloy na ito. Ang kaligayahan ay nangunguna. Ang pagninilay
ay susi. “

Buddha Quote sa Kapayapaan

“Mas mahusay kaysa sa isang libong guwang na salita, ay isang salita na nagdudulot ng kapayapaan.” -Buddha

“Ang kapayapaan ay nagmumula sa loob. Huwag hahanapin ito nang wala. “

“Ang mga walang malay na saloobin ay tiyak na makakatagpo ng kapayapaan.”

“Mayroong kasamaan upang ang kabutihan ay makapagpapatunay sa kadalisayan nito sa itaas nito. “

“Upang masupil ang sarili ay isang mas malaking gawain kaysa sa mapanakop ang iba.”

“Ang
buong lihim ng pag-iral ay walang takot. Huwag kailanman matakot kung
ano ang mangyayari sa iyo, depende sa walang sinuman. Sa sandaling
tinanggihan mo ang lahat ng tulong ay napalaya ka. “

“Itakda ang iyong puso sa paggawa ng mabuti. Gawin itong muli at muli at mapupuspos ka ng kagalakan. “-Buddha

“Lahat ng bagay na may simula ay nagtatapos. Gawin ang iyong kapayapaan sa na at ang lahat ay magiging maayos. “

“Ang ugat ng pagdurusa ay kalakip.”

Buddha Quote sa Ispiritualidad

“Hindi mo maaaring maglakbay ang landas hanggang sa ikaw ay naging landas mismo.”

“Ang tatlong bagay ay hindi maaaring maitatago: ang araw, ang buwan, at ang katotohanan.” -Buddha

“Ang tanging tunay na kabiguan sa buhay ay hindi magiging totoo sa alam ng pinakamahusay.”

“Ang kadalisayan o karumihan ay nakasalalay sa sarili. Walang makapagpalinis ng isa pa. “

“Gayunpaman
maraming mga banal na salita na iyong nabasa, Gayunpaman maraming
nagsasalita ka, Anong mabuti ang gagawin nila sa iyo Kung hindi ka
kumilos sa kanila?”

“Kung magaan ka ng lampara para sa isang tao, ito rin ay magpapaliwanag ng iyong landas.” -Buddha

“Kung makikita natin ang himala ng isang bulaklak nang malinaw, ang ating buong buhay ay magbabago. “

“Ang mga taong nabigo upang gumana patungo sa katotohanan ay hindi nakuha ang layunin ng pamumuhay.”

“Sa separateness kasinungalingan ang pinakamalaking paghihirap sa mundo; sa kahabagan ay ang tunay na lakas ng mundo. “

“Kung
wala kang makitang sinuman upang suportahan ka sa espirituwal na
landas, maglakad nang nag-iisa. Walang pagsasama sa mga wala pa sa
gulang. “

“Gawin ang iyong sariling kaligtasan. Huwag depende sa iba. “

“Gayunpaman
maraming mga banal na salita na iyong nabasa, Gayunpaman maraming
nagsasalita ka, Anong mabuti ang gagawin nila sa iyo Kung wala ka

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Seuraavat 108 Buddhan lainausta ilmentävät hengellisen johtajan painoarvoa myötätunnolle, rauhalle ja onnellisuudelle.

Buddhan lainaukset elämästä

”On parempi voittaa itsesi kuin voittaa tuhat taistelua. Sitten voitto on sinun. Sitä ei voi ottaa sinulta. ”-Buddha

“Jos tiesit, mitä tiedän, että voisit antaa sinulle, älä anna yhden aterian kulkea jakamatta sitä jollakin tavalla.”

”Opi tästä vedestä: voimakkaasti roiskuu puro, mutta valtameren syvyys on rauhallinen.”

”En koskaan näe, mitä on tehty; Näen vain, mitä on vielä tehtävä. ”
“Sinä kadotat vain sen mihin tarraat kiinni.”

”Menneisyys on jo mennyt, tulevaisuus ei ole vielä täällä. Elämäsi on vain yksi hetki.

“Ongelmana on, että sinulla on aikaa.”

”Kun kävelet ja syöt ja matkustat, olkaa siellä missä olet. Muuten menetät suurimman osan elämästäsi. ”-Buddha

”Teidän työnne on löytää työsi ja sitten koko sydämenne antaa itsellesi se.”

”Uskokaa
mitään, riippumatta siitä, missä olet lukenut sen, tai kuka sanoi sen,
vaikka olisin sanonut sen, ellei se ole samaa mieltä omasta syystäsi ja
omasta järjes- telmästään.”

“Kieli kuin terävä veitsi… Tappaa vetämättä verta.”

”Opeta
tämä kolminkertainen totuus kaikille: antelias sydän, ystävällinen puhe
ja elämän ja myötätunnon elämä ovat ihmiskuntaa uudistavia asioita.”

”Jokainen ihminen on oman terveytensä tai taudinsa tekijä.” -Buddha

“Äänestämästä pidättäytyminen on olennaisesti terveellistä.”

“Vältä pahoja tekoja kuin ihminen, joka rakastaa elämää välttää myrkkyä.”

Buddhan lainaukset meditaatiosta

”Vihaan pitäminen on kuin juomamyrkky ja odottaa, että toinen henkilö kuolee.”

”Mitä luulet, sinusta tulee. Mitä sinusta tuntuu, houkuttelette. Mitä luulet, luot.

”Meditaatio
tuo viisautta; meditaation puute jättää tietämättömyyden. Tiedä hyvin,
mikä johtaa sinut eteenpäin ja mikä pitää sinut takaisin ja valitse
polku, joka johtaa viisauteen. ”-Buddha

”Totuuteen on vain kaksi virhettä. ei mene koko matkan eikä aloita. ”

”Kukaan ei pelasta meitä vaan itseämme. Kukaan ei voi eikä kukaan voi. Meidän on itse kuljettava polulla.

“Jos
ihmisen ajatukset ovat mutaisia, jos hän on huolimaton ja täynnä
petosta, kuinka hän voi käyttää keltaista viitta? Jokainen, joka on oman
luonteensa, valoisa, kirkas ja tosi, hän voi todella käyttää keltaista
viitta. ”
”Viha ei koskaan kadota niin kauan kuin ajatuksia
paheksunnasta pidetään mielessä. Viha katoaa heti, kun ajatuksia
kauhuista unohdetaan. “

”Kehosi on kallisarvoinen. Se on ajoneuvomme heräämistä varten. Käsittele sitä huolellisesti. ”-Buddha

”Sillä
pian keho hävitetään, mitä sitten se tuntuu? Hyödytön puupalkki, se
sijaitsee maan päällä, sitten mitä se tietää? Pahin vihollisesi ei voi
vahingoittaa sinua niin paljon kuin omia ajatuksiasi, vartioimatta.
Mutta kun kerran oppinut, kukaan ei voi auttaa sinua niin paljon, ei
edes isäsi tai äitisi. ”

“Olisi pyrittävä ymmärtämään, mikä kärsii ja sairaudet - ja pyrkii terveyteen ja hyvinvointiin samalla, kun saamme tien.”

”Jos
olet tarpeeksi hiljainen, kuulet maailmankaikkeuden virtauksen. Tunnet
sen rytmin. Mene tähän virtaukseen. Onnellisuus on edessä. Meditaatio on
avainasemassa.

Buddhan Quotes on Peace

”Parempi kuin tuhat onttoa sanaa on yksi sana, joka tuo rauhan.” -Buddha

”Rauha tulee sisältä. Älä etsi sitä ilman. ”

”Ne, jotka ovat vapaita paheksuttavista ajatuksista, löytävät varmasti rauhan.”

”On oltava paha, jotta hyvä voi todistaa sen puhtauden sen yläpuolella. ”

“Itse valloittaminen on suurempi tehtävä kuin muiden valloittaminen.”

”Koko
olemassaolon salaisuus ei ole pelko. Älä koskaan pelkää, mitä sinusta
tulee, riippuuko kukaan. Vain silloin, kun hylkäät kaiken avun,
vapautatte.

”Aseta sydämesi tekemään hyvää. Tee se uudestaan ​​ja uudestaan ​​ja sinut täytetään ilolla. ”-Buddha

”Kaikella, jolla on alku, on loppu. Tee rauha sen kanssa ja kaikki on hyvin.

”Kärsimisen juuret ovat kiinnitys.”

Buddhan lainaukset hengellisyydestä

”Et voi matkustaa polulla, kunnes olet tullut itse poluksi.”

“Kolme asiaa ei voi olla pitkään piilossa: aurinko, kuu ja totuus.” -Buddha

”Ainoa todellinen epäonnistuminen elämässä ei ole olla totta parhaimmalle.”

”Puhtaus tai epäpuhtaus riippuu itsestä. Kukaan ei voi puhdistaa toista.

”Monet
lukemasi pyhät sanat ovat kuitenkin monta, mitä te puhutte: mitä hyvää
tahdoa he tekevät, jos et toimi niiden perusteella?”

”Jos sytytät lampun jollekin, se myös kirkastaa polkusi.” -Buddha

”Jos voisimme nähdä yhden kukan ihme selvästi, koko elämämme muuttuu. ”

”Ne, jotka eivät ole työskennelleet totuuden eteen, ovat menettäneet elantonsa.”

”Erillisyydessä on maailman suurin kurjuus; myötätunnossa on maailman todellinen vahvuus. ”

”Jos et löydä ketään tukemaan teitä hengellisellä polulla, kävele yksin. Ei ole yhtään sukukypsiä epäkypsien kanssa.

”Tee oma pelastus. Älä riipu muista. ”

”Monet lukemasi pyhät sanat ovat kuitenkin monta, mitä te puhutte. Mitä hyvää he tekevät, jos et tee sitä


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Awakeness Practices

All 84,000 Khandas As Found in the Pali Suttas

Traditionally the are 84,000 Dharma Doors - 84,000 ways to get
Awakeness. Maybe so; certainly the Buddha taught a large number of
practices that lead to Awakeness. This web page attempts to catalogue
those found in the Pali Suttas (DN, MN, SN, AN, Ud & Sn 1). There
are 3 sections:

The discourses of Buddha are divided into 84,000, as to separate
addresses. The division includes all that was spoken by Buddha.”I
received from Buddha,” said Ananda, “82,000 Khandas, and  from the
priests 2000; these are 84,000 Khandas maintained by me.” They are
divided into 275,250, as to the stanzas of the original text, and into
361,550, as to the stanzas of the commentary. All the discourses
including both those of
Buddha and those of the commentator, are divided  into 2,547 banawaras,
containing 737,000 stanzas, and 29,368,000 separate letters.

35) Klassike Frysktalich - Klassike Frysk,

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De folgjende 108 Buddha-quotes fertsjinje de geastlike lieder fan ‘e klam op freon, frede en lok.

Buddha Quotes on Life

“It is better om jo te feroverjen as te winnen tûzen klachten. Dan is de oerwinning jo. It kin net fan jo ôfnommen wurde. “-Buddha

“As jo ​​wisten wat ik wit oer de krêft fan jo jaan soe jo gjin ien mealje trochgean sûnder dat it iens te dielen.”

“Lied dit út it wetter: Laitsje de beek sprutsen, mar de oseanen djippe rêstich.”

“Ik sjoch noait wat dien is; Ik sjoch allinich wat bliuwt. “
“Jo ferlieze allinich wat jo dogge.”

“It ferline is al fuort, de takomst is hjir noch net. Der is mar ien momint foar jo te libjen. “

“De problemen binne, tinkst dat jo tiid hawwe.”

“As jo ​​hinnegean en ite en reizje, wêze wêr’t jo binne. Oars wurde jo it measte fan jo libben misse. “-Buddha

“Jo wurk is om jo wurk te ûntdekken en dan mei jo hert om jo te jaan.”

“Belje neat, hwêr’t jo it lêze, of wa’t it sein hat, as ik it sein haw, as it it net mei jo eigen reden en jo eigen sin fan ‘e sin is.”

“De tonge like in skerpe mûs … Kies sûnder bloed.”

“Learje dizze trije wierheid oan allegear: In genetysk hert, heilige spraak, en in leeftyd fan tsjinst en meilijen binne de dingen dy’t de minskens fernije.”

“Elke minske is de auteur fan syn eigen sûnens of sykte.” -Buddha

“Om it ligen te ûnderskieden is essentiel goed.”

“Misledigje ferkearde akten as in man dy’t it libben libbet, fergiftiget gif.”

Buddha Quotes op meditaasje

“Hâld op grime is as drinkgift en ferwachtet de oare persoan te stjerren.”

“Wat jo tinke, binne jo wurden. Wat jo fiele, lûke jo oan. Wat jo foarstelle, jo meitsje. “

“Meditaasje bringt wiisheid; Mankat fan meditaasje bliuwt ûnwittendheid. Kennis goed wat liedt jo foarút en wat hinget jo werom en kies de paad dy’t liedt ta wiisheid. “-Buddha

“Der binne mar twa mistkes dy’t men op ‘e wei nei de wierheid meitsje kin; net altyd gean en net begjinne. “

“Nimmen sil ús sparje, mar ússels. Nimmen kin en nimmen kin. Wy sels moatte it paad kuierje. “

“As in gedachte fan ‘e minske muddy is, as hy sûnder mis en folslein is, as hoe’t er it giele kroech drage kin? Wa’t master fan syn eigen natuer is, helder, dúdlik en wier, kin er it giele kroan opjaen. “
“Ferkrêft sil nea ferdwine, sa lang as gedachten fan ‘e fersterking binne yn’ e tin. Inkeler sil ferdwine, sa gau’t gedachten fan ferwidering binne fergetten. “

“Jo lichem is kostber. It is ús auto foar wekker. Behannelje it mei soarch. “-Buddha

“Foar al gau wurdt it lichem útlutsen, en wat fielt it? In nutteloos hout fan hout, it leit op ‘e grûn, Dan wat wit it? Jo minste fijân kin jo net skealigje As jo ​​jo eigen tinzen binne, ûntslein. Mar ienris behearsket, Nimmen kin jo helpe helje, Net sels jo heit of mem. “

“Men moat strider wêze om te begripen wat de lijen en krêftigens ûnderlient - en doel op sûnens en wolwêzen, wylst se op it paad komme.”

“As jo ​​rêstich genôch binne, hearre jo de stream fan it universum. Jo sille har ritme fiele. Gean mei dizze stream. Happiness leit foarút. Meditaasje is de kaai. “

Buddha Quotes on Peace

“Better as tûzen hoallwurden, is ien wurd dat frede bringt.” -Buddha

“Frede komt fan binnen. Doch net sykje. “

“Dyjingen dy’t fergees binne fan earbiedige tinzen binne geweldich frede.”

“Der moat kwea wêze, dat goed kin syn wierheid boppe it bewiisje. “

“Om jo te feroverjen is in gruttere opjefte as oaren oerwinning.”

“It hiele geheim fan it bestean is gjin eangst te hawwen. Fear noait wat fan jo wurde sil, ôfhinklik fan gjinien. Allinich it momint dat jo alle helpen ôfwize, binne jo frijsteld. “

“Set jo hert op goed te dwaan. Doch it enerverje en wer, en jo sille fereare wurde mei blidens. “-Buddha

“Alles dat in begjin hat hat in ein te meitsjen. Meitsje jo frede mei dat en allegear goed wêze. “

“De rôte fan it lijen is taheaksel.”

Buddha Quotes op Spiritualiteit

“Jo kinne it paad net reizje oant jo it paad sels wurden wurde.”

“Trije dingen kinne net lang ferburgen wêze: de sinne, de moanne en de wierheid.” -Buddha

“De iennichste echte skuld yn ‘t libben is net wier te wêzen foar de bêste.”

“Reinheid of ûnreplikheid hinget ôf fan sels. Nimmen kin de oare reinigje. “

“Mar in protte hillige wurden dy’t jo lêze, mar in soad dy’t jo prate, wat goed sille se jo dwaan As jo ​​net akseare op har?”

“As jo ​​in lampe foar in ljocht leare, sil it jo paad ek ferheegje.” -Buddha

“As wy it wûnder fan in iennige blom dúdlik sjogge, soe ús hiele libben feroarje. “

“Dyjingen dy’t net tsjin ‘e wierheid wurke hawwe hawwe it doel fan wenjen mis.”

“Yn ‘e ôfsûnderens leit de wrâld it grutste ellinde; yn meilijen leit de wiere krêft fan ‘e wrâld. “

“As jo ​​gjinien fine om jo te stypjen op ‘e geastlike wei, gean allegearre. Der is gjin feriening mei de untwerp. “

“Wês jo eigen heil. Net ôfhinklik fan oaren. “

“Mar in protte hillige wurden dy’t jo lêze, mar in soad dy’t jo prate, wat goed sille se jo dwaan As jo ​​dat net

36) Classical Galician-Clásico galego,

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As seguintes 108 citas de Buda encarnan o énfasis do líder espiritual na compaixón, a paz e a felicidade.

Citas sobre a vida de Buda

“É mellor conquistarse a ti mesmo que gañar mil batallas. Entón a vitoria é túa. Non se pode sacar de ti. ”-Buddha

“Se sabías o que sei sobre o poder de darche, non deixarías pasar un só xantar sen compartilo dalgún xeito”.

“Aprende isto a partir do auga: o forte ruído, pero a profundidade dos océanos está tranquila.”

“Nunca vexo o que se fixo; Só vexo o que queda por facer. “
“Só perde o que se aferra.”

“O pasado xa desapareceu, o futuro aínda non está aquí. Hai só un momento para ti vivir. “

“O problema é que pensas que tes tempo.”

“Mentres andas e comas e viaxas, está onde estás. Se non, perderías a maior parte da túa vida. ”-Buddha

“O teu traballo é descubrir o teu traballo e logo con todo o teu corazón para entregarte.”

“Non
creo nada, non importa onde o leu, ou quen o dixo, non importa se o
dixen, a menos que estea de acordo coa súa propia razón e co seu propio
sentido común”.

“A lingua coma unha navalla afiada … Mata sen debuxar sangue.”

“Ensina
a esta tripla verdade a todos: un corazón xeneroso, un discurso amable e
unha vida de servizo e compaixón son as cousas que renovan a
humanidade”.

“Todo ser humano é o autor da súa propia saúde ou enfermidade”. -Buddha

“Absterse de mentir é esencialmente sa.”

“Evite as accións do mal como un home que ama a vida evita o veleno”.

Citas de Buda sobre meditación

“Manter a rabia é como beber veneno e esperar que a outra persoa morrese”.

“O que pensas, convérteo. O que sentes, atraes. O que imaxinas, creas. “

“A
meditación trae sabedoría; a falta de meditación deixa a ignorancia.
Coñeza ben o que o leva cara adiante e o que o retén e escolle o camiño
que leva á sabedoría. ”-Buddha

“Só hai dous erros que podemos facer no camiño da verdade; non ir todo o camiño e non comezar. “

“Ninguén nos salva senón nós. Ninguén pode e ninguén pode. Debemos camiñar por nós mesmos. ”

“Se
os pensamentos dun home son fanáticos, se é imprudente e cheo de
falacia, ¿como pode levar a túnica amarela? Quen sexa mestre da súa
propia natureza, brillante, claro e certo, pode levar a túnica amarela. “
“A
rabia nunca desaparecerá mentres os pensamentos do resentimento estean
na mente. A rabia desaparecerá tan pronto como os pensamentos de
resentimento son esquecidos. “

“O teu corpo é precioso. É o noso vehículo para espertar. Trata con coidado. ”-Buddha

“Pronto
se descarta o corpo, entón que sente? Un tronco de madeira inútil,
atópase no chan, entón que sabe? O seu peor inimigo non pode prexudicalo
tanto como os seus propios pensamentos, desprotexidos. Pero unha vez
dominado, ninguén pode axudarche, nin o teu pai nin a túa nai ”.

“Débese
esforzarse por entender o que subxace os sufrimentos e as enfermidades -
e apuntar cara á saúde e ao benestar mentres gaña no camiño”.

“Se
estás bastante tranquilo, escoitarás o fluxo do universo. Sentirás o
seu ritmo. Vaia con este fluxo. A felicidade está á fronte. A meditación
é fundamental. “

Citas de Buda sobre a paz

“Mellor que mil palabras ocultas, é unha palabra que trae paz”. -Buddha

“A paz vén de dentro. Non o busques. “

“Aqueles que están libres de pensamentos resentidos seguramente atopan a paz.”

“Ten que haber mal para que o ben poida demostrar a súa pureza por encima del. “

“Vencer a si mesmo é unha tarefa maior que a conquista doutros.”

“Todo
o segredo da existencia non ten medo. Nunca teñas medo de que che fará
de ti, depende de ninguén. Só o momento en que rexeitas toda a axuda
estás libre. “

“Pon o corazón en facer o ben. Faino unha e outra vez e estarás cheo de alegría. -Buddha

“Todo o que ten un comezo ten un final. Paxa con iso e todo estará ben. “

“A raíz do sufrimento é o apego”.

Citas de Buda sobre espiritualidade

“Non podes percorrer o camiño ata que se converteu no camiño propio.”

“Tres cousas non se poden ocultar por moito tempo: o sol, a lúa ea verdade.” -Buddha

“O único fracaso real na vida é non ser fiel ao mellor que sabe.”

“A pureza ou a impureza depende de si mesmo. Ninguén pode purificar outro. “

“Non obstante moitas palabras sagradas que leu, por moito que falades, que boas faránvos se non actúades sobre elas?”

“Se acende unha lámpada para alguén, tamén iluminará o teu camiño.” -Buddha

“Se puidésemos ver claramente o milagre dunha soa flor, toda a nosa vida cambiaría. “

“Os que non conseguiron traballar para a verdade perderon o propósito de vivir.”

“Na separación reside a maior miseria do mundo; en compaixón está a verdadeira forza do mundo. “

“Se non atopas a ninguén que te apoie no camiño espiritual, anda só. Non hai compañerismo coa inmadura. “

“Desenvolve a túa propia salvación. Non dependa dos demais. “

“Sen embargo moitas palabras sagradas que leu, por moito que falades, que boas te fan se non

35) Classical Frisian- Klassike Frysk,

35) Klassike Frysktalich - Klassike Frysk,

De folgjende 108 Buddha-quotes fertsjinje de geastlike lieder fan ‘e klam op freon, frede en lok.

Buddha Quotes on Life

“It
is better om jo te feroverjen as te winnen tûzen klachten. Dan is de
oerwinning jo. It kin net fan jo ôfnommen wurde. “-Buddha

“As jo wisten wat ik wit oer de krêft fan jo jaan soe jo gjin ien mealje trochgean sûnder dat it iens te dielen.”

“Lied dit út it wetter: Laitsje de beek sprutsen, mar de oseanen djippe rêstich.”

“Ik sjoch noait wat dien is; Ik sjoch allinich wat bliuwt. “
“Jo ferlieze allinich wat jo dogge.”

“It ferline is al fuort, de takomst is hjir noch net. Der is mar ien momint foar jo te libjen. “

“De problemen binne, tinkst dat jo tiid hawwe.”

“As jo hinnegean en ite en reizje, wêze wêr’t jo binne. Oars wurde jo it measte fan jo libben misse. “-Buddha

“Jo wurk is om jo wurk te ûntdekken en dan mei jo hert om jo te jaan.”

“Belje
neat, hwêr’t jo it lêze, of wa’t it sein hat, as ik it sein haw, as it
it net mei jo eigen reden en jo eigen sin fan ‘e sin is.”

“De tonge like in skerpe mûs … Kies sûnder bloed.”

“Learje
dizze trije wierheid oan allegear: In genetysk hert, heilige spraak, en
in leeftyd fan tsjinst en meilijen binne de dingen dy’t de minskens
fernije.”

“Elke minske is de auteur fan syn eigen sûnens of sykte.” -Buddha

“Om it ligen te ûnderskieden is essentiel goed.”

“Misledigje ferkearde akten as in man dy’t it libben libbet, fergiftiget gif.”

Buddha Quotes op meditaasje

“Hâld op grime is as drinkgift en ferwachtet de oare persoan te stjerren.”

“Wat jo tinke, binne jo wurden. Wat jo fiele, lûke jo oan. Wat jo foarstelle, jo meitsje. “

“Meditaasje
bringt wiisheid; Mankat fan meditaasje bliuwt ûnwittendheid. Kennis
goed wat liedt jo foarút en wat hinget jo werom en kies de paad dy’t
liedt ta wiisheid. “-Buddha

“Der binne mar twa mistkes dy’t men op ‘e wei nei de wierheid meitsje kin; net altyd gean en net begjinne. “

“Nimmen sil ús sparje, mar ússels. Nimmen kin en nimmen kin. Wy sels moatte it paad kuierje. “

“As
in gedachte fan ‘e minske muddy is, as hy sûnder mis en folslein is, as
hoe’t er it giele kroech drage kin? Wa’t master fan syn eigen natuer
is, helder, dúdlik en wier, kin er it giele kroan opjaen. “
“Ferkrêft
sil nea ferdwine, sa lang as gedachten fan ‘e fersterking binne yn’ e
tin. Inkeler sil ferdwine, sa gau’t gedachten fan ferwidering binne
fergetten. “

“Jo lichem is kostber. It is ús auto foar wekker. Behannelje it mei soarch. “-Buddha

“Foar
al gau wurdt it lichem útlutsen, en wat fielt it? In nutteloos hout fan
hout, it leit op ‘e grûn, Dan wat wit it? Jo minste fijân kin jo net
skealigje As jo jo eigen tinzen binne, ûntslein. Mar ienris behearsket,
Nimmen kin jo helpe helje, Net sels jo heit of mem. “

“Men moat
strider wêze om te begripen wat de lijen en krêftigens ûnderlient - en
doel op sûnens en wolwêzen, wylst se op it paad komme.”

“As jo
rêstich genôch binne, hearre jo de stream fan it universum. Jo sille har
ritme fiele. Gean mei dizze stream. Happiness leit foarút. Meditaasje
is de kaai. “

Buddha Quotes on Peace

“Better as tûzen hoallwurden, is ien wurd dat frede bringt.” -Buddha

“Frede komt fan binnen. Doch net sykje. “

“Dyjingen dy’t fergees binne fan earbiedige tinzen binne geweldich frede.”

“Der moat kwea wêze, dat goed kin syn wierheid boppe it bewiisje. “

“Om jo te feroverjen is in gruttere opjefte as oaren oerwinning.”

“It
hiele geheim fan it bestean is gjin eangst te hawwen. Fear noait wat
fan jo wurde sil, ôfhinklik fan gjinien. Allinich it momint dat jo alle
helpen ôfwize, binne jo frijsteld. “

“Set jo hert op goed te dwaan. Doch it enerverje en wer, en jo sille fereare wurde mei blidens. “-Buddha

“Alles dat in begjin hat hat in ein te meitsjen. Meitsje jo frede mei dat en allegear goed wêze. “

“De rôte fan it lijen is taheaksel.”

Buddha Quotes op Spiritualiteit

“Jo kinne it paad net reizje oant jo it paad sels wurden wurde.”

“Trije dingen kinne net lang ferburgen wêze: de sinne, de moanne en de wierheid.” -Buddha

“De iennichste echte skuld yn ‘t libben is net wier te wêzen foar de bêste.”

“Reinheid of ûnreplikheid hinget ôf fan sels. Nimmen kin de oare reinigje. “

“Mar in protte hillige wurden dy’t jo lêze, mar in soad dy’t jo prate, wat goed sille se jo dwaan As jo net akseare op har?”

“As jo in lampe foar in ljocht leare, sil it jo paad ek ferheegje.” -Buddha

“As wy it wûnder fan in iennige blom dúdlik sjogge, soe ús hiele libben feroarje. “

“Dyjingen dy’t net tsjin ‘e wierheid wurke hawwe hawwe it doel fan wenjen mis.”

“Yn ‘e ôfsûnderens leit de wrâld it grutste ellinde; yn meilijen leit de wiere krêft fan ‘e wrâld. “

“As jo gjinien fine om jo te stypjen op ‘e geastlike wei, gean allegearre. Der is gjin feriening mei de untwerp. “

“Wês jo eigen heil. Net ôfhinklik fan oaren. “

“Mar in protte hillige wurden dy’t jo lêze, mar in soad dy’t jo prate, wat goed sille se jo dwaan As jo dat net

36) Classical Galician-Clásico galego,

36) Galego clásico clásico galego,

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As seguintes 108 citas de Buda encarnan o énfasis do líder espiritual na compaixón, a paz e a felicidade.

Citas sobre a vida de Buda

“É mellor conquistarse a ti mesmo que gañar mil batallas. Entón a vitoria é túa. Non se pode sacar de ti. ”-Buddha

“Se sabías o que sei sobre o poder de darche, non deixarías pasar un só xantar sen compartilo dalgún xeito”.

“Aprende isto a partir do auga: o forte ruído, pero a profundidade dos océanos está tranquila.”

“Nunca vexo o que se fixo; Só vexo o que queda por facer. “
“Só perde o que se aferra.”

“O pasado xa desapareceu, o futuro aínda non está aquí. Hai só un momento para ti vivir. “

“O problema é que pensas que tes tempo.”

“Mentres andas e comas e viaxas, está onde estás. Se non, perderías a maior parte da túa vida. ”-Buddha

“O teu traballo é descubrir o teu traballo e logo con todo o teu corazón para entregarte.”

“Non
creo nada, non importa onde o leu, ou quen o dixo, non importa se o
dixen, a menos que estea de acordo coa súa propia razón e co seu propio
sentido común”.

“A lingua coma unha navalla afiada … Mata sen debuxar sangue.”

“Ensina
a esta tripla verdade a todos: un corazón xeneroso, un discurso amable e
unha vida de servizo e compaixón son as cousas que renovan a
humanidade”.

“Todo ser humano é o autor da súa propia saúde ou enfermidade”. -Buddha

“Absterse de mentir é esencialmente sa.”

“Evite as accións do mal como un home que ama a vida evita o veleno”.

Citas de Buda sobre meditación

“Manter a rabia é como beber veneno e esperar que a outra persoa morrese”.

“O que pensas, convérteo. O que sentes, atraes. O que imaxinas, creas. “

“A
meditación trae sabedoría; a falta de meditación deixa a ignorancia.
Coñeza ben o que o leva cara adiante e o que o retén e escolle o camiño
que leva á sabedoría. ”-Buddha

“Só hai dous erros que podemos facer no camiño da verdade; non ir todo o camiño e non comezar. “

“Ninguén nos salva senón nós. Ninguén pode e ninguén pode. Debemos camiñar por nós mesmos. ”

“Se
os pensamentos dun home son fanáticos, se é imprudente e cheo de
falacia, ¿como pode levar a túnica amarela? Quen sexa mestre da súa
propia natureza, brillante, claro e certo, pode levar a túnica amarela. “
“A
rabia nunca desaparecerá mentres os pensamentos do resentimento estean
na mente. A rabia desaparecerá tan pronto como os pensamentos de
resentimento son esquecidos. “

“O teu corpo é precioso. É o noso vehículo para espertar. Trata con coidado. ”-Buddha

“Pronto
se descarta o corpo, entón que sente? Un tronco de madeira inútil,
atópase no chan, entón que sabe? O seu peor inimigo non pode prexudicalo
tanto como os seus propios pensamentos, desprotexidos. Pero unha vez
dominado, ninguén pode axudarche, nin o teu pai nin a túa nai ”.

“Débese
esforzarse por entender o que subxace os sufrimentos e as enfermidades -
e apuntar cara á saúde e ao benestar mentres gaña no camiño”.

“Se
estás bastante tranquilo, escoitarás o fluxo do universo. Sentirás o
seu ritmo. Vaia con este fluxo. A felicidade está á fronte. A meditación
é fundamental. “

Citas de Buda sobre a paz

“Mellor que mil palabras ocultas, é unha palabra que trae paz”. -Buddha

“A paz vén de dentro. Non o busques. “

“Aqueles que están libres de pensamentos resentidos seguramente atopan a paz.”

“Ten que haber mal para que o ben poida demostrar a súa pureza por encima del. “

“Vencer a si mesmo é unha tarefa maior que a conquista doutros.”

“Todo
o segredo da existencia non ten medo. Nunca teñas medo de que che fará
de ti, depende de ninguén. Só o momento en que rexeitas toda a axuda
estás libre. “

“Pon o corazón en facer o ben. Faino unha e outra vez e estarás cheo de alegría. -Buddha

“Todo o que ten un comezo ten un final. Paxa con iso e todo estará ben. “

“A raíz do sufrimento é o apego”.

Citas de Buda sobre espiritualidade

“Non podes percorrer o camiño ata que se converteu no camiño propio.”

“Tres cousas non se poden ocultar por moito tempo: o sol, a lúa ea verdade.” -Buddha

“O único fracaso real na vida é non ser fiel ao mellor que sabe.”

“A pureza ou a impureza depende de si mesmo. Ninguén pode purificar outro. “

“Non obstante moitas palabras sagradas que leu, por moito que falades, que boas faránvos se non actúades sobre elas?”

“Se acende unha lámpada para alguén, tamén iluminará o teu camiño.” -Buddha

“Se puidésemos ver claramente o milagre dunha soa flor, toda a nosa vida cambiaría. “

“Os que non conseguiron traballar para a verdade perderon o propósito de vivir.”

“Na separación reside a maior miseria do mundo; en compaixón está a verdadeira forza do mundo. “

“Se non atopas a ninguén que te apoie no camiño espiritual, anda só. Non hai compañerismo coa inmadura. “

“Desenvolve a túa propia salvación. Non dependa dos demais. “

“Sen embargo moitas palabras sagradas que leu, por moito que falades, que boas te fan se non

37) Classical Georgian-კლასიკური ქართული,

37) კლასიკური ქართული-კლასიკური ქართული,

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108 ბუდას ციტატების შემდეგ სულიერი ლიდერის ყურადღება გამახვილებულია თანაგრძნობა, მშვიდობა და ბედნიერება.

ბუდა შეთავაზებები ცხოვრებაზე

“უმჯობესია დაიპყრო თავს, ვიდრე ათასი ბრძოლის მოგება. მაშინ გამარჯვება შენია. ეს არ შეიძლება იყოს თქვენგან “

“თუ იცოდით, რა ვიცი მე იმის შესახებ, რომ გაწვდით, არც ერთ კურსს არ დავუშვებთ, რომ გაზიარების გარეშე.”

“ისწავლე ეს წყალი: ხმამაღალი გაჩნდა ბუჩქი, მაგრამ ოკეანეების სიღრმე მშვიდი”.

“მე არასოდეს მინახავს რა გაკეთდა; მე მხოლოდ ვხედავ, რაც უნდა გაკეთდეს “.
“თქვენ მხოლოდ კარგავენ იმას, რაც შენზე მიდიხარ.”

“წარსული უკვე წავიდა, მომავალი არ არის აქ. მხოლოდ ერთი მომენტია, რომ იცხოვრო “.

“უბედურებაა, ფიქრობთ, რომ დრო გაქვთ”.

“როგორც
თქვენ ფეხით და ჭამა და გამგზავრება, იქნება, სადაც ხართ. წინააღმდეგ
შემთხვევაში, შენს ცხოვრებაზე უმეტესობა გამოტოვებთ “(ბუდა

“შენი საქმეა თქვენი საქმის შესწავლა და შემდეგ მთელი გულით მისცეს თავი.”

“გჯერა
არაფერი, არ აქვს მნიშვნელობა, სადაც წაიკითხე, ან ვინ თქვა, არ აქვს
მნიშვნელობა თუ არ გითხარით, თუ არ ეთანხმებით საკუთარ აზრს და საკუთარ
საერთო აზრს”.

“ენა, როგორც მკვეთრი დანა … კლავს გარეშე ხატვის სისხლი.”

“ასწავლე
ეს სამმაგი ჭეშმარიტება ყველასთვის: გულუხვი გული, კეთილი სიტყვები და
სამსახურისა და თანაგრძნობა არის ის, რაც კაცობრიობას განაახლებს”.

“ყოველი ადამიანი არის საკუთარი ჯანმრთელობის ან დაავადების ავტორი” (ბუდა)

“ტყუისგან თავი შეიკავოს არსებითად ჯანსაღი.”

“თავიდან ავიცილოთ ბოროტი საქმეები, როგორც ადამიანი, რომელიც უყვარს სიცოცხლეს თავს არიდებს შხამი”.

Buddha შეთავაზებები meditation

“რისხვას ჰოლდინგი ჰგავს სასუნთქი შხამს და ვეღარ მოკვდება სხვა ადამიანი.

“რას ფიქრობთ, ხარ? რას გრძნობ, თქვენ მოზიდვა. რას წარმოგიდგენთ, შენ შექმნა. “

“მედიტაცია
მოაქვს სიბრძნე; მედიტაციის ნაკლებობა იგნორირებულია. კარგად იცი, რა
წინსვლისკენ მიჰყავს და რა უკავშირდება შენს უკან და აირჩიე გზა, რომელიც
სიბრძნეს მივყავართ “(ბუდა)

“არსებობს მხოლოდ ორი შეცდომა, რომელსაც შეუძლია სიმართლისკენ მიმავალ გზაზე გასვლა. არ მიდის ყველა გზა და არ იწყება “.

“არავინ იხსნის us მაგრამ საკუთარ თავს. ვერავინ და არავის შეუძლია. ჩვენ თვითონ უნდა ვიაროთ გზა “.

“თუ
ადამიანის აზრები გაბრწყინდება, თუ ის უგუნური და სავსეა მოტყუებით, როგორ
შეუძლია მას ყვითელი კვართი? ვინც თავისი ბუნების ოსტატია, ნათელია,
ნათელი და ჭეშმარიტია, მან შეიძლება ყვითელი კვართის ყურძენი ჩაიცროს “.
“გაბრაზება
არასდროს არ გაქრება, რადგან უკმაყოფილების ფიქრები გონებაში
დამსახურებაა. გაბრაზება გაქრება მხოლოდ მაშინ, როცა უკმაყოფილების ფიქრები
დავიწყებულია. “

“თქვენი სხეული ძვირფასია. ეს არის ჩვენი მანქანა გამოღვიძება. მკურნალობა მასთან ერთად. “-ბუდა

“მალე
სხეული უგულებელყოფილია, მაშინ რას გრძნობ? ხის უსარგებლო ხე, ის მიწაზე
მდებარეობს, მაშინ რა იცის? შენი ყველაზე ცუდი მტერი ვერ დააზიანებს თქვენ,
როგორც თქვენი საკუთარი აზრები, დაუცველი. მაგრამ ერთხელ აითვისა, ვერავინ
შეძლებს დაგეხმაროთ, არც თქვენი მამა და არც შენი დედა. “

“უნდა ეცადოს გაიგოს, თუ რა განიცდის ტანჯვას და დაავადებებს - და მიზნად ისახავს ჯანმრთელობისა და კეთილდღეობისკენ მიმავალ გზას.”

“თუ
მშვიდად ხარ, სამყაროს ნაკადი მოისმენ. თქვენ იგრძნობთ მისი რიტმი.
წავიდეთ ამ ნაკადთან. ბედნიერება წინ არის. მედიტაცია არის გასაღები. “

ბუდა შეთავაზებები მშვიდობაზე

“უკეთესია, ვიდრე ათასი ღრუ სიტყვები, არის ერთი სიტყვა, რომელიც მშვიდობას მოაქვს” (ბუდა

“მშვიდობა მოდის შიგნიდან. ნუ ეძებთ გარეშე. “

“ვინც უკმაყოფილონი არიან, მშვიდობას პოულობენ”.

“უნდა იყოს ბოროტი, რომ კარგი შეუძლია დაამტკიცოს მისი სიწმინდეს ზემოთ. “

“დაიპყროს თავი უფრო დიდი ამოცანა, ვიდრე სხვების დაპყრობა.”

“მთელი
საიდუმლო არ არის შიში. არასოდეს ეშინია, რა მოხდება თქვენზე,
დამოკიდებული არავინ. მხოლოდ იმ მომენტში, რომელსაც უარი ეთქვა ყველა
დახმარების გათავისუფლებაზე “.

“გაახარეთ გულში კარგი. ისევ და ისევ ხარ და სიხარულით ივსება “(ბუდა)

“ყველაფერი, რაც დასაწყისია, აქვს დასასრული. გაახარეთ მშვიდობა და ყველაფერი კარგად იქნება “.

“ტანჯვის ფესვი არის დანართი.”

ბუდას ციტატები სულიერების შესახებ

“გზა ვერ გაატარებ, სანამ გზა არ გაქვს”.

“სამი რამ არ შეიძლება იყოს ხანგრძლივი ფარული: მზე, მთვარე და ჭეშმარიტება”

“ერთადერთი რეალური მარცხი ცხოვრებაში არ უნდა იყოს ჭეშმარიტი საუკეთესო იცის.”

“სისუფთავე ან impurity დამოკიდებულია საკუთარ თავზე. ვერავინ ვერავინ გაწმენდას. “

“თუმცა ბევრი წმიდა სიტყვები წაიკითხე, თუმცა ბევრს ლაპარაკობ, რა კარგი იქნება ისინი, თუ არ იმოქმედებთ მათზე?”

“თუ ვინმესთვის ნათურა გაატარებს, ის გეპყრობს თქვენს გზას” (ბუდა)

“თუ ერთი ყვავილის სასწაული ვნახეთ, ნათელია, რომ მთელი ცხოვრება შეცვლილია. “

“ისინი, ვინც ჭეშმარიტებისკენ ვერ მოქმედებდნენ, ცოცხალი ცხოვრების მიზანი არ გაუშვეს”.

“განცალკევებულ მდგომარეობაშია მსოფლიოში ყველაზე დიდი უბედურება; თანაგრძნობითაა მსოფლიოს ნამდვილი ძალა. “

“თუ არავინ პოულობთ სულიერ გზაზე მხარს, მარტო ფეხით. არ არსებობს companionship გაუაზრებელი. “

“გაითავისე შენი საკუთარი ხსნა. არ არის დამოკიდებული სხვები. “

“თუმცა ბევრი წმიდა სიტყვა წაიკითხე, თუმცა ბევრს ლაპარაკობთ, რა კარგი იქნება ისინი, თუ არა


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Die folgenden 108 Buddha-Zitate verkörpern die Betonung des spirituellen Leiters auf Mitgefühl, Frieden und Glück.

Buddha-Zitate über das Leben

„Es
ist besser, sich selbst zu erobern, als tausend Schlachten zu gewinnen.
Dann liegt der Sieg bei Ihnen. Es kann dir nicht genommen werden.
“-Buddha

„Wenn du wüsstest, was ich über die Kraft des Gebens
weiß, würdest du keine einzige Mahlzeit verstreichen lassen, ohne sie
auf irgendeine Weise zu teilen.“

„Lerne das aus dem Wasser: Laut plätschert der Bach, aber die Tiefe der Ozeane ist ruhig.“

„Ich sehe nie, was getan wurde. Ich sehe nur, was noch zu tun ist. “
“Du verlierst nur, woran du hängst.”

„Die Vergangenheit ist schon vorbei, die Zukunft ist noch nicht da. Sie haben nur einen Moment Zeit zu leben. “

“Das Problem ist, Sie denken, Sie haben Zeit.”

„Wenn du gehst und isst und reist, sei da, wo du bist. Sonst wirst du den größten Teil deines Lebens vermissen. “-Buddha

“Ihre Arbeit ist es, Ihre Arbeit zu entdecken und sich dann von ganzem Herzen ihr hinzugeben.”

“Glauben
Sie nichts, egal wo Sie es lesen oder wer es gesagt hat, egal ob ich es
gesagt habe, es sei denn, es stimmt mit Ihrer eigenen Vernunft und
Ihrem eigenen gesunden Menschenverstand überein.”

“Die Zunge wie ein scharfes Messer … Tötet, ohne Blut zu ziehen.”

“Lehren
Sie diese dreifache Wahrheit allen: Ein großzügiges Herz, eine
freundliche Rede und ein Leben in Dienst und Mitgefühl sind die Dinge,
die die Menschheit erneuern.”

“Jeder Mensch ist der Urheber seiner eigenen Gesundheit oder Krankheit.” - Buddha

“Sich vom Lügen zu enthalten, ist im Wesentlichen gesund.”

“Vermeiden Sie böse Taten, wie ein Mann, der das Leben liebt, Gift vermeidet.”

Buddha-Zitate über Meditation

“An Wut festzuhalten ist wie Gift zu trinken und zu erwarten, dass die andere Person stirbt.”

“Was glaubst Du, was Du wirst. Was du fühlst, ziehst du an. Was du dir vorstellst, erschaffst du. “

„Meditation
bringt Weisheit; Mangel an Meditation hinterlässt Unwissenheit. Wisse
genau, was dich nach vorne führt und was dich zurückhält, und wähle den
Weg, der zur Weisheit führt. “- Buddha

„Es gibt nur zwei Fehler, die man auf dem Weg zur Wahrheit machen kann. nicht den ganzen Weg gehen und nicht anfangen. “

„Niemand außer uns selbst rettet uns. Niemand kann und niemand darf. Wir müssen selbst den Weg gehen. “

“Wenn
die Gedanken eines Mannes matschig sind, wenn er rücksichtslos und
voller Betrug ist, wie kann er die gelbe Robe tragen? Wer auch immer
Herr seiner eigenen Natur ist, hell, klar und wahr, der kann in der Tat
das gelbe Gewand tragen. “
„Ärger wird niemals verschwinden, solange
der Verstand Gedanken an Ressentiments hegt. Die Wut wird verschwinden,
sobald die Gedanken an Ressentiments vergessen sind. “

„Dein Körper ist kostbar. Es ist unser Fahrzeug zum Erwachen. Behandle es mit Sorgfalt. “-Buddha

„Bald
wird der Körper weggeworfen. Was fühlt er sich dann an? Ein nutzloses
Holzstück, es liegt auf dem Boden. Was weiß es dann? Dein schlimmster
Feind kann dir nicht so viel Schaden zufügen wie deine eigenen Gedanken,
unbewacht. Aber einmal gemeistert, kann dir niemand so viel helfen,
nicht einmal dein Vater oder deine Mutter. “

“Man sollte danach
streben, zu verstehen, was Leiden und Krankheiten zugrunde liegt - und
auf Gesundheit und Wohlbefinden abzielen, während man den Weg gewinnt.”

„Wenn
Sie ruhig genug sind, werden Sie den Fluss des Universums hören. Du
wirst seinen Rhythmus fühlen. Geh mit diesem Fluss. Das Glück liegt vor
uns. Meditation ist der Schlüssel. “

Buddha-Zitate über den Frieden

“Besser als tausend hohle Worte, ist ein Wort, das Frieden bringt.” - Buddha

„Frieden kommt von innen. Such es nicht ohne. “

“Diejenigen, die frei von ärgerlichen Gedanken sind, finden mit Sicherheit Frieden.”

„Es muss böse sein, damit das Gute seine Reinheit darüber beweisen kann. “

“Sich selbst zu erobern ist eine größere Aufgabe als andere zu erobern.”

„Das
ganze Geheimnis der Existenz ist, keine Angst zu haben. Fürchte
niemals, was aus dir werden wird, hänge von niemandem ab. Nur in dem
Moment, in dem Sie jede Hilfe ablehnen, sind Sie befreit. “

„Setze dein Herz darauf, Gutes zu tun. Tu es immer und immer wieder und du wirst von Freude erfüllt sein. “-Buddha

„Alles, was einen Anfang hat, hat ein Ende. Schließe deinen Frieden damit und alles wird gut. “

“Die Wurzel des Leidens ist Anhaftung.”

Buddha-Zitate über Spiritualität

„Du kannst den Weg nicht zurücklegen, bis du selbst zum Weg geworden bist.“

“Drei Dinge können nicht lange verborgen bleiben: die Sonne, der Mond und die Wahrheit.” - Buddha

“Der einzige wirkliche Misserfolg im Leben ist, nicht dem Besten zu entsprechen, den man kennt.”

„Reinheit oder Unreinheit hängt von sich selbst ab. Niemand kann einen anderen reinigen. “

“Wie viele heilige Worte du auch liest, wie viele du auch sprichst, was bringen sie dir, wenn du nicht auf sie einwirkst?”

“Wenn Sie eine Lampe für jemanden anzünden, wird es auch Ihren Weg erhellen.” -Buddha

„Wenn wir das Wunder einer einzelnen Blume deutlich sehen könnten, würde sich unser ganzes Leben verändern. “

“Diejenigen, die es versäumt haben, auf die Wahrheit hinzuarbeiten, haben den Sinn des Lebens verfehlt.”

“In der Getrenntheit liegt das größte Elend der Welt. im Mitgefühl liegt die wahre Stärke der Welt. “

„Wenn
Sie niemanden finden, der Sie auf dem spirituellen Weg unterstützt,
gehen Sie alleine. Es gibt keine Kameradschaft mit den Unreifen. “

„Erarbeite deine eigene Erlösung. Verlasse dich nicht auf andere. “

„Wie viele heilige Worte du auch liest, wie viele du auch sprichst, was bringen sie dir, wenn du es nicht tust?

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Οι παρακάτω 108 αποσπάσματα του Βούδα ενσαρκώνουν την έμφαση του πνευματικού ηγέτη στη συμπόνια, την ειρήνη και την ευτυχία.

Βούδα Αποσπάσματα για τη Ζωή

“Είναι
καλύτερο να κατακτήσετε τον εαυτό σας παρά να κερδίσετε χιλιάδες μάχες.
Στη συνέχεια, η νίκη είναι δική σας. Δεν μπορεί να ληφθεί από εσάς. “-
Μπούντχα

“Αν ξέρατε τι ξέρω για τη δύναμη της δίληψής σας, δεν θα αφήσετε να περάσει ένα γεύμα χωρίς να το μοιραστείτε με κάποιο τρόπο”.

“Μάθετε αυτό από το νερό: δυνατά πιτσίλισμα του ποταμού αλλά το βάθος των ωκεανών είναι ήρεμο.”

“Ποτέ δεν βλέπω τι έχει γίνει. Βλέπω μόνο τι μένει να γίνει. “
“Χάνετε μόνο ό, τι προσκολλάτε”.

“Το παρελθόν έχει ήδη φύγει, το μέλλον δεν είναι ακόμα εδώ. Υπάρχει μόνο μια στιγμή για να ζήσετε. “

“Το προβλημα ειναι οτι νομιζεις οτι εχεις χρονο.”

“Καθώς
περπατάτε και τρώτε και ταξιδεύετε, είστε εκεί που είστε. Διαφορετικά,
θα χάσετε το μεγαλύτερο μέρος της ζωής σας. “-Buddha

“Η δουλειά σου είναι να ανακαλύψεις τη δουλειά σου και στη συνέχεια με όλη σου την καρδιά για να προσφέρεις σε αυτήν.”

“Μη
πιστεύετε τίποτα, ανεξάρτητα από το πού το διαβάσατε ή ποιος το είπε,
ανεξάρτητα από το αν το έχω πει, εκτός αν συμφωνεί με τον δικό σας λόγο
και την κοινή λογική σας”.

“Η γλώσσα σαν κοφτερό μαχαίρι … σκοτώνει χωρίς να τραβάει αίμα.”

“Διδάξτε
αυτή την τριπλή αλήθεια σε όλους: μια γενναιόδωρη καρδιά, ευγενική
ομιλία και μια ζωή υπηρεσίας και συμπόνιας είναι τα πράγματα που
ανανεώνουν την ανθρωπότητα».

«Κάθε άνθρωπος είναι ο συγγραφέας της δικής του υγείας ή ασθένειας». - Μπούντχα

“Η αποχή από το ψέμα είναι ουσιαστικά υγιής”.

“Αποφύγετε τα κακά πράγματα, καθώς ο άνθρωπος που αγαπά τη ζωή αποφεύγει το δηλητήριο”.

Αποσπάσματα του Βούδα στο Διαλογισμό

“Κρατώντας στο θυμό είναι σαν πόσιμο δηλητήριο και περιμένουν το άλλο πρόσωπο να πεθάνει.”

“Αυτό που νομίζεις, γίνεσαι. Αυτό που νιώθετε, προσελκύετε. Αυτό που φαντάζεστε, δημιουργείτε. “

“Ο
διαλογισμός φέρνει σοφία. η έλλειψη διαλογισμού αφήνει άγνοια. Γνωρίστε
καλά τι σας οδηγεί προς τα εμπρός και τι σας κρατά πίσω, και επιλέξτε
το μονοπάτι που οδηγεί στη σοφία. “-Buddha

“Υπάρχουν μόνο δύο
λάθη που μπορεί κανείς να κάνει κατά μήκος του δρόμου προς την αλήθεια.
δεν πηγαίνει όλος ο τρόπος, και δεν αρχίζει. “

«Κανείς δεν μας
σώζει αλλά εμείς οι ίδιοι. Κανείς δεν μπορεί και κανείς δεν μπορεί.
Εμείς οι ίδιοι πρέπει να περπατήσουμε το μονοπάτι. “

«Εάν οι
σκέψεις ενός ανθρώπου είναι λασπωμένες, Αν είναι απερίσκεπτη και γεμάτη
δόλια, Πώς μπορεί να φορέσει την κίτρινη ρόμπα; Όποιος είναι κύριος της
φύσης του, Bright, σαφής και αληθής, μπορεί να φορέσει πράγματι την
κίτρινη ρόμπα. “
“Ο θυμός δεν θα εξαφανιστεί ποτέ όσο οι σκέψεις της
δυσαρέσκειας είναι λαχταριστές στο μυαλό. Ο θυμός θα εξαφανιστεί μόλις
ξεχαστούν οι σκέψεις της δυσαρέσκειας ».

“Το σώμα σου είναι πολύτιμο. Είναι το όχημά μας για την αφύπνιση. Αντιμετωπίστε το με προσοχή. “- Μπούντχα

“Γιατί
σύντομα το σώμα απορρίπτεται, Τότε τι αισθάνεται; Ένα άχρηστο κούτσουρο
ξύλου, βρίσκεται στο έδαφος, Τότε τι ξέρει; Ο χειρότερος εχθρός σας δεν
μπορεί να σας προκαλέσει ζημιά, όσο οι δικές σας σκέψεις, χωρίς
προστασία. Αλλά μόλις κατακτηθεί, κανείς δεν μπορεί να σας βοηθήσει τόσο
πολύ, ούτε καν ο πατέρας σας ή η μητέρα σας. “

“Θα πρέπει να
προσπαθήσουμε να καταλάβουμε τι βασίζεται τα πάθη και οι ασθένειες - και
να στοχεύουν στην υγεία και την ευημερία, ενώ κερδίζουν στο μονοπάτι”.

“Εάν
είστε αρκετά ήσυχοι, θα ακούσετε τη ροή του σύμπαντος. Θα νιώσετε τον
ρυθμό του. Πηγαίνετε με αυτή τη ροή. Η ευτυχία βρίσκεται μπροστά. Ο
διαλογισμός είναι καθοριστικός. “

Βούδα Αποσπάσματα για την Ειρήνη

“Καλύτερα από χίλια κούφια λόγια, είναι μια λέξη που φέρνει ειρήνη.” -Buddha

“Η ειρήνη προέρχεται από μέσα. Μην το αναζητήσετε χωρίς. “

“Εκείνοι που είναι ελεύθεροι απίστευτων σκέψεων σίγουρα βρίσκουν ειρήνη”.

“Πρέπει να υπάρχει κακό έτσι ώστε το καλό να μπορεί να αποδείξει την καθαρότητά του πάνω από αυτό. “

“Για να κατακτήσετε τον εαυτό σας είναι ένα μεγαλύτερο καθήκον από το να κατακτάτε άλλους”.

“Το
όλο μυστικό της ύπαρξης είναι να μην υπάρχει φόβος. Ποτέ μην φοβάστε τι
θα γίνει με σας, δεν εξαρτάται από κανέναν. Μόνο τη στιγμή που
απορρίπτετε κάθε βοήθεια, απελευθερώσατε. “

“Ορίστε την καρδιά σας να κάνει καλό. Κάντε το ξανά και ξανά και θα γεμίσετε με χαρά. “-Μπουδάς

“Όλα που έχουν μια αρχή έχουν ένα τέλος. Κάντε την ειρήνη σας με αυτό και όλα θα είναι καλά. “

“Η ρίζα του πόνου είναι προσκόλληση”.

Βούδας Αποσπάσματα για την Πνευματικότητα

“Δεν μπορείτε να ταξιδέψετε στο μονοπάτι μέχρι να γίνει το ίδιο το μονοπάτι.”

“Τρία πράγματα δεν μπορούν να κρυφτούν πολύ: ο ήλιος, το φεγγάρι και η αλήθεια.” - Μπούντχα

“Η μόνη πραγματική αποτυχία στη ζωή δεν είναι να είναι αλήθεια για τον καλύτερο που ξέρει”.

“Η καθαρότητα ή η ακαθαρσία εξαρτάται από τον εαυτό του. Κανείς δεν μπορεί να καθαρίσει άλλο. “

“Όσο και αν είναι οι λόγοι πολλοί που διαβάζεις, Όσο πολλοί μιλάς, τι καλό θα σε κάνουν αν δεν τους δώσεις συνέχεια;”

“Αν ανάβεις μια λάμπα για κάποιον, θα φωτίσει και το μονοπάτι σου.” -Buddha

“Αν μπορούσαμε να δούμε ξεκάθαρα το θαύμα ενός μόνο λουλουδιού, ολόκληρη η ζωή μας θα άλλαζε. “

“Όσοι απέτυχαν να δουλέψουν προς την αλήθεια έχουν χάσει το σκοπό της ζωής”.

“Σε ξεχωριστή θέση βρίσκεται η μεγαλύτερη δυστυχία του κόσμου. σε συμπόνια βρίσκεται η αληθινή δύναμη του κόσμου. “

“Αν
δεν βρείτε κάποιον που να σας υποστηρίζει στο πνευματικό μονοπάτι,
περπατήστε μόνοι σας. Δεν υπάρχει συντροφικότητα με τα ανώριμα. “

“Επεξεργαστείτε τη δική σας σωτηρία. Μην εξαρτάτε τους άλλους. “

“Όσο και αν υπάρχουν πολλές άγιες λέξεις που διαβάζετε, Όσο πολλοί μιλάτε, τι καλό θα σας κάνουν αν δεν το κάνετε

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the Buddha you see clearly a man, simple, devout, alone, battling for
light, a vivid human personality, not a myth. He too gave a message to
mankind universal in character.”


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Buddha Quotes on the Mind


“All that we are is the result of what we have thought. The mind is everything. What we think we become.” -Buddha




“All wrong-doing arises because of mind. If mind is transformed can wrong-doing remain?”


“It is a man’s own mind, not his enemy or foe, that lures him to evil ways.”


“We are shaped by our thoughts; we become what we think. When the mind is pure, joy follows like a shadow that never leaves.”


“There is nothing so disobedient as an undisciplined mind, and there is nothing so obedient as a disciplined mind.”


“Your worst enemy cannot harm you as much as your own unguarded thoughts.”


“You will not be punished for your anger, you will be punished by your anger.”

“To understand everything is to forgive everything.” -Buddha

“Wear your ego like a loose fitting garment.”
“People with opinions just go around bothering one another.”
“Speak or act with an impure mind and trouble will follow you.”
“In the sky, there is no distinction of east
and west; people create distinctions out of their own minds and then
believe them to be true.”
“The secret of health for both mind and body
is not to mourn for the past, worry about the future, or anticipate
troubles, but to live in the present moment wisely and earnestly. ”
“To keep the body in good health is a duty…otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear”
“There is nothing more dreadful than the
habit of doubt. Doubt separates people. It is a poison that
disintegrates friendships and breaks up pleasant relations. It is a
thorn that irritates and hurts; it is a sword that kills. ”

Buddha Quotes on Wisdom

“If the problem can be solved why worry? If the problem cannot be solved worrying will do you no good.”
“Even death is not to be feared by one who has lived wisely.”

“In the end these things matter most: How well did you love? How fully did you live? How deeply did you let go?” -Buddha

“A man is not called wise because he talks
and talks again; but is he peaceful, loving and fearless then he is in
truth called wise.”
“Even as a solid rock is unshaken by the wind, so are the wise unshaken by praise or blame.”
“It is better to travel well than to arrive.”

“Pain is certain, suffering is optional.” -Buddha

“A dog is not considered a good dog because
he is a good barker. A man is not considered a good man because he is a
good talker.”
“Remembering a wrong is like carrying a burden on the mind.”
“Every morning we are born again. What we do today is what matters most.”
“Nothing ever exists entirely alone; everything is in relation to everything else.”
“Nothing is permanent.”
“A jug fills drop by drop.”
“Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot
coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who
gets burned.”

Inspirational Buddha Quotes


“One moment can change a day, one day can change a life and one life can change the world.” -Buddha

“There isn’t enough darkness in all the world to snuff out the light of one little candle.”
“Imagine that every person in the world is
enlightened but you. They are all your teachers, each doing just the
right things to help you.”

“If you are facing in the right direction, all you need to do is keep on walking.” -Buddha

“Whatever words we utter should be chosen with care for people will hear them and be influenced by them for good or ill.”
“An idea that is developed and put into action is more important than an idea that exists only as an idea.”
“Have compassion for all beings, rich and poor alike; each has their suffering. Some suffer too much, others too little.”
“Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment.”
“If anything is worth doing, do it with all your heart.”
“On life’s journey faith is nourishment,
virtuous deeds are a shelter, wisdom is the light by day and right
mindfulness is the protection by night. If a man lives a pure life,
nothing can destroy him.”

Buddha Quotes on Happiness

“Thousands of candles can be lit from a
single candle, and the life of the candle will not be shortened.
Happiness never decreases by being shared.”

“Happiness will never come to those who fail to appreciate what they already have.” -Buddha

“There is no path to happiness. Happiness is the path.”
“It is ridiculous to think that somebody else can make you happy or unhappy.”
“Happiness does not depend on what you have or who you are. It solely relies on what you think.”
“A disciplined mind brings happiness.”

“When you realize how perfect everything is you will tilt your head back and laugh at the sky.” -Buddha

“Happiness is not having a lot. Happiness is giving a lot.”
“Happiness never decreases by being shared.”

Buddha Quotes on Love

“He who loves 50 people has 50 woes; he who loves no one has no woes.”
“Hatred does not cease through hatred at any time. Hatred ceases through love. This is an unalterable law.”

“You yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection.” -Buddha

“You can search throughout the entire
universe for someone who is more deserving of your love and affection
than you are yourself, and that person is not to be found anywhere. You
yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe deserve your love
and affection.”
“True love is born from understanding.”
“If you truly loved yourself, you could never hurt another.”

“Love is a gift of one’s inner most soul to another so both can be whole.” -Buddha

“The way is not in the sky. The way is in the heart. ”

Quotes about Buddha

“Truth is the same always. Whoever ponders it
will get the same answer. Buddha got it. Patanjali got it. Jesus got
it. Mohammed got it. The answer is the same, but the method of working
it out may vary this way or that.” Swami Satchidananda, The Yoga Sutras
“I guess if I had to pick a spiritual
figurehead to possess the deed to the entirety of Earth, I’d go with
Buddha, but only because he wouldn’t want it.” Sarah Vowell, Unfamiliar
Fishes
“The words of the Buddha offer this truth: ∼
Hatred never ceases by hatred but by love alone is healed.” Jack
Kornfield, The Art of Forgiveness, Lovingkindness, and Peace
“In Buddha’s opinion, to train in staying
open and curious—to train in dissolving our assumptions and beliefs—is
the best use of our human lives.” Pema Chödrön, The Pocket Pema Chodron
“The path of awakening begins with a step the
Buddha called right understanding.” Jack Kornfield, Seeking the Heart
of Wisdom: The Path of Insight Meditation

5 Fun Facts About Buddha

  1. Buddha was not as chubby as many depictions of him make it seem – he was portrayed this way because, in the east, it was symbolic of happiness. Buddha practiced
    moderation, fasted regularly, and spent a lot of his time traveling by
    foot hundreds of miles, spreading his philosophy of enlightenment.
  2. Just a few days after he was born, he was predicted to be
    a wise old man that would become a king or saint that would change the
    world.
  3. Buddha’s spot of enlightenment underneath the bodhi tree is still preserved today.
  4. In order to achieve enlightenment, Young Siddhartha sat under a fig tree and meditated until he transcended suffering. At the end of an extremely lengthy meditation and mental battle with Mara, the god of desire, he became awakened and was then known as the Buddha.
  5. The first mention of Buddha in Western writing is in the writings of Clement of Alexandria, 2 AD.

Buddha’s spiritual words resonate with all
humans, teaching tolerance and love. I hope these famous Buddha quotes
bring you inner peace and your own personal enlightenment.

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Ten Buddhist Principles of Good Governance

The 10 virtues of governance are:

Dana: It is the duty of the rulers to look after the
welfare of needy subjects and to give them food, clothing and other
necessities of life.

Sila: Beneficence or sharing – the rulers must conduct himself in private and public life in an exemplary manner.

Pariccaga: Donations – the grant of privileges by
the rulers to those who serve the nation loyally, acknowledging their
loyal service and encourage all servants of the public to perform in an
exemplary manner.

Ajjavan: Uprightness, the rulers must be absolutely
straightforward, never taking recourse to any crooked or doubtful means
to achieve their ends.

Majjavan: Impartiality, gentleness, the rulers’
straightforwardness and rectitude, will require firmness, but this
should be tempered with gentleness, and not be over harsh and cruel. A
harmonious balance is required between gentleness and firmness.

Tapan: Composure, the rulers must keep the five senses under control shunning excessive indulgence, follow the middle path.

Akkodha: Non hatred, rulers should not harbour grievances and act with forbearance and love.

Avihimsa: Non violence – rulers must practice non violence to the greatest extent that is reconcilable with the obligations of rulers.

Khanti: Forgiveness, patience, rulers must conduct
themselves with patience, courage and fortitude, in joy, in sorrow, in
victory and defeat, act with magnanimity, calmness and dignity.

Avirohata: Non revengefulness, non vindictiveness,
non enmity and friendship – rulers must not indulge in ‘bheda’ – divide
and rule – acting always in a spirit of amity and benevolence.

In Buddhist philosophy it is emphasised that the evil and the good of
a people depends on the behaviour of their rulers, and for the good of
the people the 10 Royal Virtues – Dasa Raja Dharma are to be practiced
by the rulers. Further a virtuous ruler should practice Priyavacana –
kindly speech and not use intemperate language. Artha Chariya – the
spirit of service must also be cultivated, this includes living a simple
life and not given to excesses –the Madyama Pravipadava – the middle
path so fundamental to the Buddha’s teaching. Samanatmata – equality,
while retaining the exalted position of being a ruler, a ruler must
consider him in no way superior to the ruled and dispense justice
fairly, without fear or favour.

No space to exercise absolute power

In the Buddhist tradition in particular, and in ancient Asian
governance in general, there was no space for the exercise of absolute
power by a ruler. Power was always limited, by convention, by tradition
and by philosophical belief and religious precept. Examples of abuse of
power and tyrannical rule are aberrations which reinforce the generality
of the situation that rulers were subject to conditionality of
governance, the violation of which created resentment, revolt and regime
change.

Indeed King Mahanama of Lanka, in 428 A.C., wrote to the Emperor of
the Middle Kingdom (China), ‘the Son of Heaven,’ in these terms, which
well reflects the philosophy and principles which govern the conduct of
the ideal Buddhist ruler: ‘Our ancient kings considered hitherto the
practice of virtue as their only duty; they knew how to rule without
being severe and honoured the Three Jewels; they governed and helped the
world, and were happy if men practiced righteousness. For myself I
desire respectfully, in concert with the Son of Heaven, to magnify the
good law in order to save beings from the evils of continued existence.’

The Marquess of Zetland, one time Viceroy of British India, in the
introduction to his book ‘Legacy of India’ says: ‘We know indeed that
political science – Arthashastra in Sanskrit – was a favourite subject
with Indian scholars some centuries before the Christian era. The Social
Contract as the origin of kinship is discussed in the now famous work
attributed to Kautilya, the Chief Minister of the Emperor Chandragupta,
about the year 300 B.C. And it would seem that the people who contracted
for a king in these early days did so in order that there should be
some external authority capable of ensuring that the laws and
regulations of the various corporate bodies which came into existence
were respected. “The King,” wrote Yajnavalkya, “must discipline and
establish again on the path of duty all such as have erred from their
own laws, whether families, castes, guilds or associations….” It is
notable that tendency towards self government evidenced by these various
forms of corporate activity received fresh impetus from the Buddhist
rejection of the authority of the (Brahmin) priesthood and further by
the doctrine of equality as exemplified by its repudiation of caste. It
is indeed to the Buddhist books that we have to turn, for an account, of
the manner in which the affairs of these early examples of
representative self governing institutions were conducted. And it may
come as a surprise to many to learn that in the Assemblies of the
Buddhists in India two thousand or more years ago are to be found the
rudiments of our parliamentary practice of the present day.’

Further the principles of good governance, which results in the right
thing being done the right way at the right time would include:
participation of all groups, including civil society, in the process of
government without exclusion or discrimination, the primacy of the Rule
of Law and equity in the process of investigation, dispute resolution
and adjudication, transparent access to information, responsiveness to
the needs of the governed within a reasonable timeframe, tolerance of
different points of view, consultation, compromise and consensus
oriented administration, effectiveness and efficiency in a sustainable
manner, the accountability of public, private and civil society
authorities to their respective stakeholders.

In Sri Lanka we are the fortunate heirs to a legal system which has
been enriched by the customs and traditions of legal and customary
practices from the world over. The religious influences of Buddhism,
Hinduism, Islam, Christianity, the personal laws of the Kandyans, the
Jaffna Tamils, the Muslims and the Mukkuwas and the legal rules of the
Roman Dutch law, English law and United Nations Treaties and
Conventions.
Rule of Law

The late Tom Bingham, who became a life peer as Baron Bingham of
Cornhill, accepted as the greatest English Judge since World War II, was
successively Master of the Rolls, Lord Chief Justice of England and
Senior Law Lord of the United Kingdom, in his monumental work ‘The Rule
of Law’, suggested eight principles which form the core ingredients of
the Rule of Law. They are:

The law must be accessible and so far as possible intelligible, clear and predictable.

Questions of legal right and liability should ordinarily be resolved
by application of the law and not the exercise of discretion.

The laws of the land should apply equally to all, save to the extent that objective differences justify the differentiation.

Ministers and public officers at all levels must exercise the powers
conferred on them in good faith, fairly, for the purpose for which the
powers were conferred , without exceeding the limits of such powers and
not unreasonably.

The law must provide adequate protection of fundamental human rights.
Means must be provided for resolving, without prohibitive cost or
inordinate delay, bona fide civil disputes which the parties themselves
are unable to resolve.

Adjudicative procedures provided by the state should be fair.
The Rule of Law requires compliance by the state with its obligations in international law as in national law.

Lord Bingham succinctly defined the Rule of Law as follows:-’ all
persons and authorities within the state, whether public or private,
should be bound by and entitled to the benefit of laws publicly made…and
publicly administered in courts’.

On a plain reading of the above, it is clear that there is a common
golden thread running through the Dasa Raja Dharma, principles of good
governance and the Rule of Law. The thread is, plainly stated,
“limitations on the authority of the ruler and the protection and
strengthening of the rights of the subject”.

Prof .S.A. de Smith, Downing Professor of the Laws of England at
Cambridge University, in his leading work, Constitutional and
Administrative Law, says, on the Rule of Law: ‘One can at least say that
the concept is usually intended to imply (i) that the powers exercised
by politicians and officials must have a legitimate foundation; they
must be based on authority conferred by law; and (ii) that the law
should conform to certain minimum standards of justice, both substantive
and procedural. Sir Alfred Denning, later Justice Lord Denning Master
of the Rolls, of famous legal repute and intellect, in his Hamlyn
lecture, Freedom under the Law, dealing with the powers of the rulers,
says: ‘All that the courts can do is to see that the powers are not
exceeded or abused. But this is a most important task. “All power
corrupts. Total power corrupts absolutely.” And the trouble about is
that an official who is the possessor of power often does not realise
when he is abusing it. Its influence is so insidious that he may believe
that he is acting for the public good when, in truth, all he is doing
is to assert his own brief authority. The Jack-in-office never realises
that he is being a little tyrant.’

Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is a proud heir to all these strong legal traditions, which
give primacy to the Rule of Law and good governance. To have a person
who professes to hold high legal office to declare that he is not sure
that these things are ‘found’ anywhere surely only exposes the limits of
his knowledge and his dictatorial and lapdog tendencies.

There also has been some discussion, in Sri Lanka recently, of a
Sinhala Buddhist tradition of benevolent absolute rulers, with unlimited
power, in our past history. Is this tenable?

Prof. L.S. Dewaraja in her path-breaking book ‘The Kandyan Kingdom,
1707-1760,, says of the Sinhala Buddhist king, at Senkadagala Kande
Mahanuwara: ‘To foreigners the power of the king seemed unchallenged.
The king, Knox declared, “Ruleth Absolute and after his own Will and
Pleasure; His own Head being his only Counsellor.” D’Oyly remarked that
“the ministers advise but cannot control his Will”. In practice however,
the Kandyan monarchy was far from being an unfettered personal
despotism. It followed the traditions of the Indian monarchy which, in
spite of the quasi religious sanctity and the great authority vested in
the personality of the ruler, which was in no way and absolute monarchy.
The Kandyan king exercised supreme power, but his power was not
personal and it was hedged in, by safeguards against abuse. The most
relentless of these checks was sirit, the conventions of the country,
which every ruler had to follow, and which if violated would turn
popular opinion against him.’

The Dasa Raja Dharma and related rules were a very important part of these conventions.

Prof. Dewaraja further says: ‘The king was expected to avail himself
of the advice of his ministers and before any innovations of importance
were introduced it was customary to consult the chiefs and not
infrequently the chief monks also. The royal council consisted of the
two Adigars, the Disavas, the Maha Mohottala or chief secretary and the
Rate Ralas. …If on any occasion the members of the council made a
unanimous representation to the king, it was laid down that the king
should uphold their point of view.’
Even the present, much vilified, criticised, but most times,
unsurprisingly strengthened, used/abused and supported by its erstwhile
critics, when in power, the constitution of Sri Lanka, ends with the
following invocation:

‘Devo Vassatukalena
sassasampattihetu ca
phito bhavatu loko ca
raja bhavatu dhammiko’

(May the rains be on time, may the farmers have successful harvests,
may the ruler be just, and by these happenings may the people prosper.)

So, the conclusion is inevitably that power is never unlimited, nor
absolute; it is and always has been constrained by the Rule of Law and
the principles of good governance.

It certainly may be argued that it can be questioned whether good
governance and the Rule of Law can be reached to a 100% in any
jurisdiction at any given time. The reality and immaturity of the
democratic political process may certainly cause aberrations. But that
does not mean that we should not strive to achieve it and that those
whose duty it is to protect the ordinary citizens’ basic fundamental and
human rights from abuse by the Executive and the Legislature can go to
seats of higher learning and mock these concepts and express puerile
doubts as to whether they are ‘found anywhere in the world’. The
statement only exposes the speaker’s pathetic and slavish mindset. The
Dasa Raja Dharma, the principles of good governance and the Rule of Law
are entrenched into Sri Lanka’s constitutional practice, and must be
upheld.

It is in the natural order of things that,
everything is time-bound, even an autocrat’s power. Let’s give the last
word to undoubtedly the most successful strong man of Asia – retired
Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew of Singapore, the veritable doyen of all
autocrats who ruled with an iron hand, with no concerns for principles
of good governance or the Rule of Law. Like Mahathir of Malaysia,
Suharto of Indonesia and Ne Win of Burma, he was a proponent of Asian
values, which gave priority to national issues over individual freedoms.
To them the Rule of Law and principles of good governance were Judeo
Christian values, which were not applicable to Asia.
Lee at the end of his days writes: ‘…What is next, I do not know. Nobody
has ever come back. I’m reaching 87, trying to keep fit, presenting a
vigorous figure, and it is an effort, and is it worth the effort? I just
laugh at myself trying to keep a bold front… I’m not saying that
everything I did was right, but everything I did was for an honourable
purpose. I had to do some nasty things, locking fellows up without
trial. Close the coffin, and then decide. Then you assess me, I may
still do something foolish before the lid is closed on me.’



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Traditionally the are 84,000 Dharma Doors - 84,000 ways to get
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practices that lead to Awakeness. This web page attempts to catalogue
those found in the Pali Suttas (DN, MN, SN, AN, Ud & Sn 1). There
are 3 sections:

The discourses of Buddha are divided into 84,000, as to separate
addresses. The division includes all that was spoken by Buddha.”I
received from Buddha,” said Ananda, “82,000 Khandas, and  from the
priests 2000; these are 84,000 Khandas maintained by me.” They are
divided into 275,250, as to the stanzas of the original text, and into
361,550, as to the stanzas of the commentary. All the discourses
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