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LESSON 3008 Sat 1 Jun 2019

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 ]


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
in 55) Classical Kazakh-Классикалық қазақ,56) Classical Khmer- ខ្មែរបុរាណ,57) Classical Korean-고전 한국어,59) Classical Kyrgyz-Классикалык Кыргыз,
JAI Bhim GIF - JAI Bhim NamoBuddhay GIFsJAI Brim GIF - JAI Brim Buddha GIFs

55) Classical Kazakh-Классикалық қазақ,

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

Келесі 108 Будда сөзі діни лидердің жанашырлық, бейбітшілік пен бақытқа ерекше назар аударуын білдіреді.

Будда өміріне баға белгілері

«Мыңдаған шайқастарды жеңуден гөрі өзіңді жеңіп шыққан жөн. Сонда жеңіс сендікі. Бұл сізден алынуы мүмкін емес »-Будда

«Егер сіз берген қуат туралы білетінімді білсеңіз, бірдеңе бөліспей-ақ, бір тамақтануға рұқсат берілмейді».

«Мұны судан біліңдер: шұңқырды шашыраңдар, бірақ мұхиттың тереңдігі тыныш».

«Мен не істелгенін ешқашан көрмеймін; Мен тек не істеу керек екенін көремін.
«Сіз өзіңіздің жабыстырыңыз».

«Өткен өткен, болашақ әлі жоқ. Өмір сүруіңіздің бір сәті бар.

«Қиындық - сізде уақыт бар деп ойлайсыз».

«Жүресіңдер, тамақтанып, жол жүріңдер, қайда болсаңдар да солай болсын. Әйтпесе сенің өміріңнің көпшілігін сағынасың «

«Сіздің жұмысыңыз - жұмысыңызды табу, содан кейін барлық жүрегіңізді өзіңізге беру».

«Өзіңнің ойыңмен және өзіңнің ақыл-ойыңмен келіспейінше, мен оны оқыған не оны кім айтқанына қарамастан ештеңеге сенбеңдер».

«Тіл өткір пышақ сияқты … Қанды тартып алмай өлтіреді».

«Үш есе шындықты бәріне үйретіңіз: жомарт жүрек, мейірімділік, қызмет ету мен жанашырлық адамзаттың жаңарған нәрселері».

«Әр адам өз денсаулығының немесе ауруының авторы». Будда

«Жалғандықтан аулақ болу - шынымен пайдалы».

«Өмірді жақсы көретін адам ретінде зиянды әрекеттерден аулақ болыңыз».

Будданың медитация бойынша баға белгілері

«Ашулануды ұстап, оны ішу және басқа адамның өлуін күту».

«Сіз не ойлайсыз, сіз боласыз. Сіз не сезесіз, сіз тартасыз. Сіз не ойлайсыз, сіз жасайсыз. «

«Медитация
даналық әкеледі; медитацияның болмауы надандықты тастайды. Біліңдер,
сізді алға алып, сізді ұстап тұрып, даналыққа жетелейтін жолды
таңдайсыз. «- Будда

«Ақиқат жолына жетуге болатын екі қателік ғана бар; барлық жолмен жүрмей, басталмайды «.

«Бізді
өзімізден басқа ешкім құтқара алмайды. Ешкім де мүмкін емес және ешкім
де мүмкін емес. Біз өзіміздің жолымызбен жүруге тиіспіз.

«Егер
адамның ойлары шірік болса, ол қасақана және алдамшы болса, онда ол сары
көйлек қалай киіп алады? Кім өзінің табиғатының иесі болса, жарқын,
айқын және шынайы болса да, ол шын мәнінде сары көйлекті киіп жүруі
мүмкін. «
«Ашуланған ойлар ақылға қонымды болғандықтан, ашу-ыза ешқашан жоғалмайды. Ашулану туралы ойлар ұмытылғанда, ашулану жоғалады ».

«Сіздің денеңіздің қымбат. Бұл ояту үшін біздің құрал. Оны мұқият емдеңіз. «- Будда

«Көп
ұзамай ағзаны тастайды, Сонда ол не сезеді? Орманның пайдасыз журналы,
ол жерде жатыр, Сонда ол не біледі? Сіздің ең жаман жауың сізге зиян
тигізе алмайды. Бірақ бірдеңе меңгергенде, ешкім де сізге көмектесе
алмайды, тіпті әкең де, анаң да жоқ ».

«Қайғы-қасірет пен аурудың
астында жатқан нәрселерді түсінуге ұмтылу керек - жолға жету кезінде
денсаулық пен игілікке ұмтылу керек».

«Егер сіз жеткілікті тыныш
болсаңыз, сіз Әлемнің ағысын естисіз. Оның ырғағын сезінесіз. Бұл
ағынмен жүріңіз. Бақыт алда жатыр. Медитация - бұл кілт.

Будда Бейбітшілікке Бағамдар

«Мыңдан артық сөздерді қолданғаннан гөрі, тыныштық әкелетін бір сөз.» - Будда

«Бейбітшілік ішінен шығады. Оны іздемеңіз. «

«Қайғылы ойлардан босатылғандар, сөзсіз, тыныштық табады».

«Жақсы нәрсе оның тазалығын дәлелдейтін болуға тиіс. «

«Өзгелерді жеңу - басқаларды жеңуден гөрі үлкен міндет».

«Өмірдің
барлық құпиясы - қорықпау. Ешқашан ештеңеге қарамай, сенен не болатынын
ешқашан қорықпа. Тек сіз барлық көмекті жоққа шығарған сәттен
босатыңыз. «

«Жақсылық жасау үшін жүрегіңді орнат. Мұны қайта-қайта орындап, қуанышқа бөленесің «. Будда

«Бастамасы бар барлық нәрсе аяқталады. Осымен бірге бейбітшілік орнатыңыз, бәрі жақсы болады ».

«Қиындықтың тамыры - бұл біріктіру».

Будданың рухани тұрғыдан баға белгілері

«Сіз өзіңіздің жолыңыз болғанша жолды жүре алмайсыз».

«Үш нәрсе жасырын емес: күн, ай және шындық». Будда

«Өмірдегі жалғыз шындық - жақсы білетін адамға дұрыс болмау».

«Таза немесе құмарлықтың өзі өзіне байланысты. Ешкім басқа тазарта алмайды.

«Алайда
сіз оқып отырған көптеген қасиетті сөздер, Бірақ сіз көп сөйлеп
жатырсыздар, Егер сіз оларға қарсы әрекет етпесеңіз, онда олар не
істейді?»

«Егер сіз біреудің шамын жарқыратсаңыз, онда ол сіздің жолыңды ақтайды» -Будда

«Егер бір гүлнің кереметін көре алсақ, бүкіл өміріміз өзгеретін еді. «

«Шындыққа ұмтылғандар өмір сүру мақсатын сағынған жоқ».

«Бөліну әлемдегі ең үлкен қайғы. мейірімділік - әлемнің шынайы күші.

«Егер сізді рухани жолда қолдауға ешкім таппаса, жалғыз жүріңіз. Егде жастағы адамдармен қарым-қатынас жоқ.

«Өзіңнің құтқарылыңдар! Басқа адамдарға тәуелді емес. «

«Бірақ сен оқып жүрген көптеген қасиетті сөздерді білесің, бірақ көпшілігің сөйлейді, олар сені не істемейді?


Mahavira Buddha GIF - Mahavira Buddha GIFs

57) Classical Korean-고전 한국어,
https://www.keepinspiring.me/buddha-quotes/

다음의 108 가지 부처님의 인용문은 영적 지도자의 연민과 평화와 행복에 중점을두고 있습니다.

인생에 대한 부처님의 인용문

“천 전투에서 승리하는 것보다 자신을 정복하는 것이 좋습니다. 그러면 승리가 당신 것입니다. 너에게서 빼앗을 수 없어. “- 부다

“당신이주는 힘에 대해 내가 아는 것을 알고 있다면, 어떤 식 으로든 그것을 나누지 않고도 한 끼의 식사가지나 가지 않게 할 것입니다.”

“물에서 배워라. 시냇물 소리가 크지 만 바다 깊이는 평온하다.”

“나는 무엇이 행해졌는지 전혀 보지 못했다. 나는해야 할 일만 남는다. “
“당신은 당신이 원하는 것을 잃어 버릴뿐입니다.”

“과거는 이미 사라졌고, 미래는 아직 여기에 없습니다. 당신이 살 수있는 유일한 순간이 있습니다. “

“네가 시간이있을 거라고 생각하는 것이 문제 다.”

“걷고, 먹고 여행 할 때, 당신이있는 곳에있게하십시오. 그렇지 않으면 인생의 대부분을 그리워 할 것입니다. “- 부다

“당신의 일은 당신의 일을 발견하고 당신의 모든 마음을 다하여 당신 자신을 그것에 부여하는 것입니다.”

“자신의 이성과 자신의 상식에 동의하지 않는다면, 내가 그것을 말했는지에 상관없이, 당신이 그것을 읽거나, 누가 그것을 말했는지에 상관없이 아무 것도 믿지 말라.”

“날카로운 칼처럼 혀가 … 피를 빨지 않고 죽인다.”

“이 세 가지 진리를 모두에게 가르쳐주십시오 : 관대 한 마음, 친절한 연설, 봉사와 연민의 삶은 인류를 새롭게하는 것입니다.”

“모든 인간은 자신의 건강이나 질병의 저자입니다.”- 부다

“거짓말로 기권하는 것은 본질적으로 건전하다.”

“생명을 사랑하는 사람이 독을 피하는 악의 행위를 피하십시오.”

명상에 대한 부처님의 인용문

“화를내는 것은 독을 마시는 것과 다른 사람이 죽을 것을 기대하는 것과 같습니다.”

“당신이 생각하기에, 당신은됩니다. 당신이 느끼는 것, 당신은 유치합니다. 당신이 상상하는 것, 당신이 창조합니다. “

“명상은 지혜를 가져다줍니다. 명상의 부족은 무지를 떠난다. 앞으로 나아가는 길과 뒤로가는 길을 잘 알고 지혜로 인도하는 길을 선택하십시오. “- 부다

“길을 따라 진리로 갈 수있는 실수는 두 번뿐입니다. 끝까지가는 것이 아니라 시작하는 것 “이라고 말했다.

“아무도 우리를 구원하지 않습니다. 아무도 할 수없고 아무도. 우리는 스스로 길을 걸어야한다. “

“사람의 생각이 진흙 투성이라면 그는 무모하고기만에 빠져 어떻게 노란 가운을 입을 수 있겠습니까? 누구든지 자신의 본성의 주인이되고, 밝고, 진실되고 진실하다면 그는 실제로 노란 옷을 입을 수 있습니다. “
“분노의 생각이 마음 속에 소중히 남아있는 한 분노는 결코 사라지지 않을 것입니다. 분노의 생각이 잊혀지 자마자 분노가 사라질 것입니다. “

“당신의 몸은 소중합니다. 그것은 각성을위한 우리의 수단입니다. 조심해서 대하십시오. “- 부다

“곧
몸은 버려지고, 그러면 기분이 어떨까요? 쓸데없는 나무 통나무가 땅에 묻어있다. 그러면 그게 무엇을 압니까? 당신의 최악의 적이
당신을 해칠 수 없다. 당신 자신의 생각만큼이나, 무방비. 그러나 일단 마스터되면, 아무도 너를 도울 수 없다. 너의 아버지 나
네 엄마조차도. “

“고통과 질병의 근본 원인을 이해하고 그 길을 걷고 건강과 복지를 위해 노력해야한다.”

“당신이 충분히 조용하면 우주의 흐름을 듣게 될 것입니다. 당신은 그것의 리듬을 느낄 것입니다. 이 흐름을 따라 가라. 행복은 앞서 있습니다. 명상은 열쇠입니다. “

평화에 대한 부처님의 인용문

“천개의 속이 빈 단어보다 더 나은 것은 평화를 가져 오는 한 마디입니다.”- 부다

“평화는 내부에서 비롯됩니다. 그것없이 추구하지 마십시오. “

“분개 한 생각이없는 사람들은 반드시 평화를 찾는다.”

“선이 그 위의 순결을 증명할 수 있도록 악이 있어야합니다. “

“자신을 정복하는 것은 다른 사람들을 정복하는 것보다 더 큰 임무입니다.”

“존재의 모든 비밀은 두려움을 갖지 않는 것입니다. 너를 어떻게 될지 두려워하지 말고, 아무에게도 의지하지 말라. 당신이 모든 도움을 거부하는 순간에만 당신은 해방됩니다. “

“선을 행하는 것에 마음을 기울이십시오. 그것을 반복해서하면 기쁨으로 가득 차게 될 것입니다. “- 부다

“시작이있는 모든 것은 끝이 있습니다. 그걸로 평화를 이루면 모든 것이 잘 될거야. “

“고난의 근원은 애착이다.”

영성에 대한 부처님의 인용문

“당신이 길 자체가 될 때까지는 길을 여행 할 수 없습니다.”

“세 가지를 숨길 수는 없습니다. 태양, 달, 진리.”- 부다

“인생에서의 유일한 실패는 최선을 다하는 사람에게는 사실이 아닙니다.”

“순결이나 불순물은 스스로에 달려있다. 아무도 다른 사람을 정화시킬 수 없다. “

“그러나 많은 거룩한 말을 읽으 니, 많은 말을하니, 만일 네가 그들에게 행동하지 않는다면, 네게 무슨 소용이 있겠 느냐?”

“누군가를 위해 등불을 켜면 그것은 또한 당신의 길을 밝게 할 것입니다.”- 부다

“우리가 단 하나 꽃의 기적을 분명히 볼 수 있다면, 우리의 삶 전체가 바뀔 것입니다. “

“진실을 향해 일하지 못한 사람들은 삶의 목적을 놓쳤다.”

“분리에서는 세계에서 가장 큰 불행이 있습니다. 연민은 세상의 진정한 힘입니다. “

“영적인 길에서 너를지지 할 사람이 없다면 혼자 걸어 라. 미성숙 한 동반자가 없다. “

“자신의 구원을 이루십시오. 다른 사람들에게 의존하지 마십시오. “

“그러나 당신이 읽는 많은 거룩한 단어들, 그러나 많은 사람들이 말하는데, 당신들에게 무슨 소용이 있겠습니까?


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Bersivên 108 Buddha jêrîn serweriya ruhanî, li ser dilsoz, aştî û bextewariyê berbiçav dikin.

Buddha Quotes on Life

“Ji bo çêkirina hezar şeran çêtir e ku ew bi xwe vekişîne. Hingê serkeftina te ye. Ew nikare ji te nabe. “-Buddha

“Heke
hûn dizanin ku ez di derbarê hêza dayîna we de bizanin, hûnê ku bi rê
ve di nav awayek parvekirina xwarinê xwarinê de nehêlin.”

“Ji vê avê hîn bibin: Bila bilindkirina brook belav dike, lê kûrahiyên gengaz in.”

“Ez qet qet nedît ku çi kirîye. Ez tenê dibînim ku çi bimîne. “
“Hûn tenê ji kîjan ku hûn digerin.

“Berî berê berê çûye, pêşeroja vir e. Ji bo ku hûn bijîn, tenê demek tenê ye. “

“Tengah e, ​​hûn difikirin ku we wext heye.”

“Çaxê hûn diçin û xwarin û rêwîtiyê, hûn bibin ku hûn li wir. Wekî din hûn ê jiyana xwe bibînin. -Buddha

“Karkeriya te e ku hûn kar û karên xwe bidin ku hûn bi dilê we re bigirin.”

“Ne
tiştek bawer bikî, tu çiqas ku hûn dixwînin, an ku jê re got, min
tiştek ku min ev gotiye, eger ew bi riya xwe û meriviya xwe ya hevpar
hevdewar dike.”

“Zimên wek mîna kêrê zêrîn … bêyî xwînê xwîn dike.”

“Rastiya vê sêyemîn hîn bike: Hemû dil, dilovaniya dilsoz, û jiyanek xizmetê û dilovaniya tiştên ku mirovahî nû dike nû ye.”

“Her mirov mirov nivîskarê tendurustiya wî an nexweşiyê ye.” -Buddha

“Ji bo ku ji derewîtiyê veguherîne tête rastîn e.”

“Karên ku xerabiyê hez dike ji jehrê ve dikeve xerabên xerab bike”.

Buddha Quotes on Meditation

“Hê hêrs li ser xezebê wekî xwîna janê ye û hêvî dike ku mirovê din bimire.”

“Hûn çi difikirin, hûn bibin. Hûn çi difikirin, hûn dikişînin. Hûn çi difikirin, hûn çêbikin. “

“Meditation
fêr bibe zanist. nebûna meditation dizanin paşê. Hûn dizanin ku hûn
pêşiya pêşberî û we çi vedigerin, û rêberê ku ji bo şehreziyê hilbijêre.
“-Buddha

“Hê du xelet hene hene ku dikare bi rê re rastiyê bikin; ne her awayî, û ne dest pê dike. “

“Tu kes nikare me xilas dike lê xwe. Kes nikare kes nikare û kes nikare. Em bi xwe re rê rêve bigerin. “

“Heke
fikirên mêr şewitandin, heger ew ew bêaqilî û tûjiyê ye, ew çawa cilê
zêr zilam dibe? Her kesê ku masterê xwe yê xwezayî ye, Paqij, zelal û
rast e, Ew bi rastî bi kincek zêr zû. “
“Bêguman wê demek dirêj neyê
winda kirin ku fikirên berbiçav di hişê xwe de bêhtir kirin. Bêguman zû
wenda wusa zûtirîn fikirên berbiçav bîr kirin. “

“Bedena te hêja ye. Ew wesayîta me ji bo hişyariyê ye. Ew bi lênêrîna xwe biparêze. -Buddha

“Çimkî
zû, beden rakêş e, Hingê wê çi dike? Têketina neheqê ya dar, ew li ser
erdê ye, wê çi ye? Dijminê herî xirab dikare nikare we bikuje Çiqas wekî
ramanên xwe, bêbawer. Lê careke din biseket, Tu kes nikare alîkariya we
bike, Ne jî bav û we dayika we. “

“Divê yek hewce bike ku bizanibin çi tiştan û nexweşî tengas dike - û armanceya tenduristî û başkirina armancê di rê de.”

“Heke
hûn bi xwe re bêdeng in, hûnê berbi gerdûnê bihîstin. Hûn ê lîma xwe
bifikirin. Bi vî awayî here. Dilê xwe pêşî ye. Meditation girîng e. “

Buddha Li ser Peace Quotes

“Gotarên ji hezaran veşartî, çêtirîn e ku peyva aştiyê dike.” -Buddha

“Aştiyê ji hundir tê. Ne bêyî lê digerin. “

“Kesên ku ji fikirên xemgîn ên bêpere ne, bêtir aştiyê bibînin.”

“Pêdivî ye ku xirab be, da ku qenc dikare paqijiya xwe bilind bike. “

“Ji bo ku serfiraziya xwe ji bo kesên din ve xelasiyek mezintir e.”

“Tevahiya
sîyasî ya hebûna ku tune nebe. Tirs nekin ku hûn ê ji we re bibin,
kesek ne girêdayî ye. Tenê ku hûn ku hûn hemû red dikin red dikin hûn
azad kirin. “

“Dilê xwe bide ser qenciyê. Hûn li ser vê yekê bikin û hûn bi kêfxweş bibin. “-Buddha

“Her tiştê ku destpêkek dest pê dikeve holê. Bi aştiyê xwe re bikin û hemî wê baş be. “

“Roja zehmetiyê girêdayî ye.”

Buddha Li Ruholiyê Quotes

“Hûn nikarin rêwîtiyê nekin heta ku hûn riya xwe bibin.”

“Wê sê tişt nikarin veşartin: Roj, zîv û rastiyê.” -Buddha

“Tenê şaşiya rastîn di jiyanê de ne rast e ku yek dizanin rast e.”

“Paqij û neheqiyê li ser xwe ye. Tu kes nikare din paqij bike. “

“Lê
belê peyvên gelek pîroz ên ku hûn dixwînin, lê gelek ji we re
dipeyivin, Çiqas baş wê ew ê dikin? Heke hûn li ser wan bikin?”

“Heke hûn ji bo kesek ronahî bike, ew ê riya we ronahî dike.” -Buddha

“Heke em miracle of a single flower clearly, bibînin ku tevahiya jiyana me wê biguherin. “

“Kesên ku nekevin rastiyê dixebitin ji bo armanca jiyanê winda kirin.”

“Di çarçoveyê de diheqê cîhanê ya herî mezin e; di dilsoziyê de hêza rastîn ya cîhanê ye. “

“Heke tu kes nikare ku hûn li ser riya ruhanî piştgirî bikin, tenê diçin. Ne bi hev re tune ye. “

“Xwe rizgariya xwe bistînin. Ne girêdayî din. “

“Lê belê peyvên gelek pîroz ên ku hûn dixwînin, lê gelek ji we re dipeyivin, Çiqas baş wê ew ê dikin. Heke hûn ne

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Будданын жашоосу жөнүндө Quotes

“Бул киши үчүн салгылашат утуп караганда ойлонуп басып жакшы. Анда жеңиш сеники болот. Ал силерден алынып, мүмкүн эмес. “-Buddha

“Сен
эмне бар экендигин билгендиктен, анда мен сенин бир нан бир жол менен
бөлүшүү жок өтүүгө уруксат бербей койду берүү күчү тууралуу билем”.

“Суудан бул Үйрөнүү: катуу агын чачырашынан, бирок океан тереңдик тынч болуп саналат.”

“Мен эмне жасалып жатканын көрүп, эч качан; Мен бир гана аткарылышы керек экенин көрүп турам “.
“Сен гана жабышып эмне жоготосуз.”

“Акыркы мурунтан келе жатат, келечек али бул жерде жок. Сен жашоо үчүн жалгыз бир көз ирмем бар. “

“Оор эмес, силер убакыт бар деп ойлойм.”

“Сен басып, ичип-жеп, саякат, сен кайда болот. Болбосо, сен жашоонун абдан сагынабыз. “-Buddha

“Сиздин жумуш жумуш жана ага кантип берип бүт жүрөгү менен, анда ачуу болуп эсептелет.”

“Эгер
аны окуп, кайсы жерде болбосун, эч нерсе ишен, же аны ким айтты, ал
өзүнүн акыл-эс жана өз орток сезими менен макул болбосо, мен, ал мындай
деди: анда эч бир зат”.

“Курч бычак сыяктуу тил … кан жакындабай туруп, болду.”

“Бул
үч чындыкты баарына окутат: A, берешен жүрөк, жумшак сөздөрдү, ошондой
эле кызматы жана мээриминин бир өмүр адамзатты кайрадан нерселер болуп
саналат.”

“Ар бир адам өзүнүн ден соолугуна же оорудан жазуучу болуп эсептелет.” -Buddha

“Жалганчы алыс үчүн олуттуу пайдалуу болуп саналат.”

“Жашоону сүйгөн адам ууга баш тарткан эле, жаман иштерди көрбөш керек.”

Будда жүгүртүү боюнча Quotes

“Ачуулана өткөрүү уусун ичип, өлүп калбашы үчүн, башка адамды күтүү сыяктуу бир нерсе.”

“Сен эмне болуп ойлойм. Эгер сезе алган, сен тартуу. Сиз ойлогон нерсебиз, сиз түзгөн “.

“Ой
жүгүртүү акылмандык алып келет; ой жок наадандык калтырат.
Таанып-билүү, ошондой эле эмне алдыга алып жана эмне кайра турат, ал эми
акыл-алып баруучу жолду тандап. “-Buddha

“Бир чындыкты жолдо болот эки гана каталар бар; эмес, бардык жол менен баратат, бирок башталган жок. “

“Бизди, бирок өзүбүздү эч ким куткарат. Эч ким жана эч ким пайда болушу мүмкүн. Биз өзүбүздү жол жүрүшүм керек. “

“Эгер
бир адамдын ойлору ылай болуп, өмүрүн жана алдамчылыкка толгон болсо,
кантип Ал сары кийим кийип алышат? Кимде-ким өз табияттын кожоюну болуп,
тунук, ачык-айкын жана чыныгы, ал, чынында эле, сары чапан кийип калышы
мүмкүн. “
“Ачуулануу таарынып ойлору эске баалаган эле ушунчалык
көпкө жок эч качан. Ачуулануу эле жакында таарынып ойлору унутуп катары
жок болот. “

“Сиздин орган баалуу болуп саналат. Ал ойгонгондо үчүн каражаты болуп саналат. камкордук менен мамиле кылгыла. “-Buddha

“Жакында
орган иштетилбейт, анда ал эмне таасир этет? жыгачтан бир пайдасыз
журналы, ал жерге жайгашкан, андан кийин эмне билет? Сиздин душманы өз
ойлору менен чектелбей, ойлонбой кандай зыян келтире албайт. Бирок, бир
кезде өздөштүрүп, эч ким сага көп эмес, ал тургай, Ата-энесине жардам
берет. “

“Бир азап жана оорулардын негизги маанисин түшүнүүгө
аракет кылышыбыз керек. - жана жолуна ээ, ал эми ден-соолук жана бакубат
жашоо-турмушу үчүн максат”

“Эгер тынч болсо, анда сен ааламдын
агымын угат. Анын ритмин сезет. бул агым менен бара бер. Happiness
алдыда. Ой жүгүртүү негизги багыт болуп калат. “

Будда Тынчтык боюнча Quotes

“Бир киши көңдөй сөздөргө караганда, тынчтыкты алып келген бир сөз.” -Buddha

“Тынчтык ичинде келип чыккан. жок, аны издеп кереги жок. “

“Ичи ойлордон эркин адамдар, албетте, тынчтык табышат.”

“Жакшы, ал жогору, анын тазалыгын далилдей алабыз ушунчалык жаман болушу керек. “

“Өзүнөн башкаларды басып караганда көбүрөөк маселе басып үчүн.”

“Бар,
бүт жашыруун эч кандай коркунуч болуп саналат. сен кайсы коркуп эч
качан, эч кимге көз каранды. Сен бардык жагынан жардам четке гана көз
ирмем бошотулган болуп эсептелет. “

“Жакшы иш тууралуу ойлонуп көргүлө. жана аны кайра жана кубанычка толот. “-Buddha

“Бир башталышы бар, баары бир аягы бар. менен элдешүү жана баары жакшы болот. “

“Азап-тамыры тиркеме болуп саналат.”

Будда рухийлигине Quotes

“Сен да жол болуп чейин жолду жол мүмкүн эмес.”

“Үч нерсе көп жашырына албайт: күндү, айды, чындыкты.” -Buddha

“Жашоодо гана чыныгы ката жакшы билет чыныгы болгон эмес.”,

“Тазалык же ыпыластык өзүнө көз каранды. Эч кандай бири-бирине тазалай алат. “

“Сен
окуп Бирок көптөгөн ыйык сөздөрү, анда сен айт, бирок көп, кандай
жакшы, алар, силер да аларга ылайык иш жок болсо, силерге эмне кылышым
керек?”

“Эгер кимдир-бирөө үчүн чырак жарык болсо, анда ал да жолун жарык кылат”. -Buddha

“Биз ачык бир гүлдүн кереметин көрө ала турган болсо, анда бүт жашоо өзгөрмөк. “

“Чындык менен иштей алган адамдардын жашоо бекерден эмес.”

“-Жылы бөлүнгөн дүйнөнүн улуу азап жатат; боор дүйнөдөгү чыныгы күч-кубат болот. “

“Рухий жолдо сени колдоо үчүн эч ким жок болсо, жалгыз жүрүшөт. жетилбеген менен эч кандай достук жок. “

“Өз куткаруу көрсөт. башкаларга көз каранды эмес. “

“Сен окуп Бирок көптөгөн ыйык сөздөрү, анда сен айт, бирок көп, кандай жакшы, алар сени сен жок болсо эмне кылат

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
including both those of
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LESSON 3007 Fri 31 May 2019 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 ] from Analytic Insight Net -Hi Tech Radio Free Animation Clipart Online Tipiṭaka Law Research & Practice University
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LESSON 3007 Fri 31 May 2019

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


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52) Classical Japanese-古典的なイタリア語,
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Eftirfarandi 108 Buddha tilvitnanir fela í sér áherslu andlegra leiðtoga á samúð, frið og hamingju.

Búdda Quotes on Life

“Það er betra að sigra þig en að vinna þúsund bardaga. Þá er sigurinn þín þitt. Það er ekki hægt að taka frá þér. “-Buddha

“Ef
þú vissir hvað ég veit um kraftinn að gefa þér myndi ekki láta einn
máltíð fara framhjá án þess að deila því einhvern veginn.”

“Lærðu þetta úr vatni: hávaxinn skýtur lækinn en dýptin í hafinu er logn.”

“Ég sé aldrei hvað hefur verið gert; Ég sé aðeins hvað þarf að gera. “
“Þú tapar aðeins því sem þú smellir á.”

“Fortíðin er nú þegar farinn, framtíðin er ekki ennþá hér. Það er aðeins eitt augnablik fyrir þig að lifa. “

“Vandræði er, þú heldur að þú hafir tíma.”

“Þegar þú gengur og borðar og ferðast, vertu þar sem þú ert. Annars munt þú sakna mest af lífi þínu. “-Buddha

“Verkefni þitt er að uppgötva vinnuna þína og þá með öllu hjarta þínu til að gefa þér það.”

“Trúið
ekkert, sama hvar þú lest það eða hver sagði það, sama hvort ég hef
sagt það, nema það sé í samræmi við eigin ástæðu og þína eigin
skynsemi.”

“Tungan eins og beittur hníf … Drepur án þess að draga blóð.”

“Kenna
þessari þriggja manna sannleika fyrir alla: Öflugt hjarta, góða ræðu og
þjónustuþol og samúð eru það sem endurnýja mannkynið.”

“Sérhver manneskja er höfundur eigin heilsu hans eða sjúkdóma.” -Buddha

“Til að forðast að ljúga er í raun heilnæm.”

“Forðastu vonda verk sem maður sem elskar lífið forðast eitur.”

Búdda Quotes um hugleiðslu

“Halda á reiði er eins og að drekka eitur og búast við hinum aðilanum að deyja.”

“Það sem þú heldur, verður þú. Það sem þér líður, laðar þú. Það sem þú myndir ímynda þér, þú býrð til. “

“Hugleiðsla
færir visku; skortur á hugleiðslu skilur fáfræði. Vita vel hvað leiðir
þig áfram og hvað heldur þig aftur og veldu leiðina sem leiðir til
visku. “-Buddha

“Það eru aðeins tveir mistök sem hægt er að gera meðfram veginum til sannleikans; ekki að fara alla leið, og ekki að byrja. “

“Enginn sparar okkur en okkur sjálf. Enginn getur og enginn getur. Við sjálfum verður að ganga leiðina. “

“Ef
hugsanir mannsins eru muddar, ef hann er kærulaus og fullur af svikum,
hvernig getur hann klæðst gula skikkju? Hver sem er meistari eigin eðlis
hans, Björt, skýr og sannur, getur hann örugglega klæðast gula skikkju.

“Reiði mun aldrei hverfa svo lengi sem hugsanir um gremju eru
þykja vænt um í huga. Reiði mun hverfa strax og hugsanir um gremju eru
gleymdir. “

“Líkaminn þinn er dýrmætur. Það er ökutækið okkar til að vakna. Meðhöndla það með varúð. “-Buddha

“Fljótlega
er líkaminn fargað, hvað finnst þér þá? Gagnslaus tréskrá, það liggur á
jörðinni, hvað veit það? Versta óvinurinn þinn getur ekki skaðað þig
eins mikið og eigin hugsanir þínar, óvarðar. En einu sinni tökumst,
enginn getur hjálpað þér eins mikið, ekki einu sinni faðir þinn eða
móðir þín. “

“Eitt ætti að leitast við að skilja hvað felst í
þjáningum og sjúkdómum - og stefna að heilsu og vellíðan meðan á
leiðinni stendur.”

“Ef þú ert nógu rólegur heyrir þú flæði
alheimsins. Þú munt finna taktinn sinn. Farið með þessa flæði. Hamingjan
liggur framundan. Hugleiðsla er lykillinn. “

Búdda Quotes um friði

“Betri en þúsund holur orð, er eitt orð sem færir friði.” -Buddha

“Friður kemur innan frá. Ekki leita það án. “

“Þeir sem eru lausir við gremjulegar hugsanir finna örugglega frið.”

“Það verður að vera illt þannig að gott geti sannað hreinleika þess yfir því. “

“Til að sigra sig er meira verkefni en að sigra aðra.”

“Allt
leyndarmál tilverunnar er að hafa enga ótta. Aldrei óttast hvað verður
af þér, ráðast á enginn. Aðeins þegar þú hafnar öllum hjálp ertu laus. “

“Leggðu hjarta þitt á að gera gott. Gerðu það aftur og aftur og þú verður fyllt af gleði. “-Buddha

“Allt sem hefur upphaf er lokið. Vertu frið við það og allt verður vel. “

“Rót þjáningar er viðhengi.”

Búdda Quotes on Spirituality

“Þú getur ekki ferðað slóðina fyrr en þú hefur orðið leiðin sjálf.”

“Þrír hlutir geta ekki verið lengi falnir: sólin, tunglið og sannleikurinn.” - Buddha

“Eina raunverulegu mistökin í lífinu er ekki að vera satt við það sem best veit.”

“Hreinleiki eða óhreinindi fer eftir sjálfum sér. Enginn getur hreinsað aðra. “

“Hins vegar eru mörg heilleg orð sem þú lest, en margt talar þú, hvað er gott að gera þér, ef þú bregst ekki við þeim?”

“Ef þú kveikir á lampa fyrir einhvern, mun það einnig bjarga leið þinni.” -Buddha

“Ef við gætum séð kraftaverk eitt blóm greinilega, myndi allt líf okkar breytast. “

“Þeir sem hafa ekki brugðist við sannleikanum hafa misst tilganginn að lifa.”

“Í einangrun liggur mesti eymd heimsins; í samúð liggur sanna styrkur heimsins. “

“Ef þú finnur enginn til að styðja þig á andlegri leið, farðu einn. Það er engin félagsskap við hið óþroska. “

“Taktu út eigin hjálpræði þitt. Ekki treysta á aðra. “

“Hins vegar eru margar heilögu orð sem þú lest, en margt talar þú, hvað góður munu þeir gera þér ef þú gerir það ekki




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Buddha na-esote 108 na-ekwu na ọ na-eme ka onye ndú ime mmụọ mesie ọmịiko, udo na obi ụtọ.

Buddha Quotes on Life

“Ọ ka mma iji merie onwe gị karịa ịnweta otu puku agha. Mgbe mmeri ahụ bụ nke gị. A pụghị ịnara ya n’aka gị. “–Buddha

“Ọ bụrụ na ị maara ihe m maara banyere ike nke ịnye gị, ị gaghị ekwe ka otu nri gafee n’ejighị ya na ụfọdụ.”

“Mụta nke a site na mmiri: oké mmiri na-agbawa mmiri ma mmiri dị omimi dị jụụ.”

“Ọ dịghị mgbe m hụrụ ihe meworo; Nanị ihe m na-ahụ bụ ihe fọdụrụ ka eme. “
“Ị ga-efufu ihe ị jidesiri ike.”

“Oge gara aga agafela, ọdịnihu agabeghị ebe a. E nwere nanị otu oge ị ga-ebi. “

“Nsogbu bụ, ị chere na i nwere oge.”

“Ka ị na-eje ije ma na-eri ma na-eme njem, bụrụ ebe ị nọ. Ma ọ bụghị ya, ị ga-echefu ọtụtụ n’ime ndụ gị. “–Buddha

“Ọrụ gị bụ ịchọpụta ọrụ gị, jiri obi gị dum nye onwe gị ya.”

“Kwere
ihe ọ bụla, n’agbanyeghị ebe ị gụrụ ya, ma ọ bụ onye kwuru ya,
n’agbanyeghị ma ọ bụrụ na m kwuru ya, ọ gwụla ma ọ kwadoro ihe kpatara
gị na ọgụgụ isi gị.”

“Ire dị ka mma dị nkọ … Kwụsị n’ebughị ọbara.”

“Kụziere mmadụ niile eziokwu atọ a: Obi na-emesapụ aka, okwu obiọma, na ndụ nke ije ozi na ọmịiko bụ ihe na-agbanwe mmadụ.”

“Mmadụ ọ bụla bụ onye edemede nke ahuike ma ọ bụ ọrịa ya.” - Buddha

“Izere ịgha ụgha dị mma n’ezie.”

“Zere omume ọjọọ dị ka onye hụrụ ndụ n’anya izere nsí.”

Buddha Quotes on Meditation

“Ịnọgide na-ewe iwe dị ka mmanya na-aba n’anya ma na-atụ anya ka onye nke ọzọ nwụọ.”

“Ihe ị chere, ị ghọọ. Ihe ị na-eche, ị na-adọta. Ihe ị chere, ị mepụtara. “

“Ntụgharị
uche na-eweta amamihe; enweghị ntụgharị uche na-ahapụ amaghị. Mara nke
ọma ihe na-eduga gị na ihe ị na-azụ azụ, ma họrọ ụzọ nke na-eduba
n’amamihe. “–Buddha

“E nwere naanị ihe abụọ ihie ụzọ nwere ike ime n’okporo ụzọ nke eziokwu; agaghị aga n’ụzọ niile, ma ịmalite. “

“Ọ
dịghị onye na-azọpụta anyị ma anyị onwe anyị. Ọ dịghị onye nwere ike na
ọ dịghị onye nwere ike. Anyị onwe anyị ga-agbaso ụzọ ahụ. “

“Ọ
bụrụ na echiche mmadụ dị nro, Ọ bụrụ na ọ bụ onye nzuzu ma jupụta
n’echiche aghụghọ, olee otú ọ ga - esi yi uwe mwụda ahụ? Onye obula
nwere ikike nke onwe ya, Bright, doro anya ma buru eziokwu, O nwere ike
igbanye uwe ocha. “
“Iwe agaghị akwụsị ma ọ bụrụhaala na echiche nke iwe na-adọrọ mmasị n’obi. Iwe ga-apụ n’anya ozugbo echere echiche iwe. “

“Ahụ gị dị oké ọnụ ahịa. Ọ bụ ụgbọala anyị maka edemede. Jiri nlezianya mee ya. “–Buddha

“N’ihi
na n’oge na-adịghị anya, a tụfuo ahụ ahụ, oleezi ihe ọ na-eche? Azu
osisi na-abaghi ​​uru, o dina n’ala, Gini ka o mara? Onye iro gi kachasị
njọ agaghị emerụ gị ahụ Dịka echiche nke gị, echeghị ya. Ma otu oge a
na-azụ, Ọ dịghị onye nwere ike inyere gị aka, Ọbụna nna gị maọbụ nne gị.

“Onye kwesịrị ịgbalị ịghọta ihe na-akpata ahụhụ na ọrịa - ma na-achọ maka ahụike na ahụike mgbe ị na-abanye n’okporo ụzọ ahụ.”

“Ọ
bụrụ na ị dị jụụ, ị ga-anụ ụda nke eluigwe na ala. Ị ga-enwe mmetụta
nke afọ ya. Gaa na nke a. Obi ụtọ dị n’ihu. Ntụgharị uche bụ isi. “

Buddha Quotes on Peace

“Ọ dị mma karịa otu puku okwu ọnụ, bụ otu okwu na-eweta udo.” –Buddha

“Udo sitere n’ime. Achọla ya n’èzí. “

“Ndị na-enweghị obi ọjọọ na-achọ udo n’ezie.”

“Ọ ghaghị ịbụ ihe ọjọọ ka ezi ihe wee gosi na ọ dị ọcha karịa ya. “

“Iji merie onwe gị bụ ọrụ ka ukwuu karịa imeri ndị ọzọ.”

“Ihe
nzuzo dum nke ịdị adị bụ ịtụ egwu. Atụla egwu ihe ga - abụ gị, dabere
na ọ dịghị. Naanị oge ị jụrụ enyemaka niile ka a tọhapụrụ gị. “

“Mee ka obi gị dị mma ime ihe ọma. Mee ya ugboro ugboro, ị ga-ejupụta n’ọṅụ. “–Buddha

“Ihe niile nwere mmalite nwere njedebe. Mee ka gị na ya dịrị n’udo, ihe nile ga-adịkwa mma. “

“Mgbọrọgwụ nke nhụjuanya bụ njikọ.”

Buddha Quotes on Spirituality

“Ị gaghị aga n’ụzọ ahụ ruo mgbe ị ghọọrọ ya ụzọ.”

“Ihe atọ enweghị ike ichochi anya: anyanwu, ọnwa, na eziokwu.” - Buddha

“Nanị ezigbo ọdịda ná ndụ abụghị ịbụ eziokwu nye onye kachasị mara.”

“Ịdị ọcha ma ọ bụ adịghị ọcha na-adabere n’onwe ya. Ọ dịghị onye pụrụ ime ka onye ọzọ dị ọcha. “

“Otú ọ dị ọtụtụ okwu dị nsọ ị gụrụ, ma ọtụtụ ndị ị na - ekwu, gịnị ka ha ga - eme ma ọ bụrụ na i meghị ha?”

“Ọ bụrụ na ị na-amụnye oriọna maka onye, ​​ọ ga-eme ka ụzọ gị dị mma.” –Buddha

“Ọ bụrụ na anyị nwere ike ịhụ ọrụ ebube nke otu ifuru n’ụzọ doro anya, ndụ anyị niile ga-agbanwe. “

“Ndị na-arụ ọrụ megide eziokwu ahụ echefuola nzube nke ibi ndụ.”

“N’ịbụ ndịwapụ bụ nsogbu kasị ukwuu n’ụwa; na ọmịiko bụ ezi ume ụwa. “

“Ọ bụrụ na ịnweghị onye ga - akwado gị n’ụzọ ime mmụọ, gaa naanị. Enweghị enyi na nwata. “

“Na-arụ ọrụ nzọpụta gị. Unu adabere na ndị ọzọ. “

“Otú ọ dị ọtụtụ okwu dị nsọ ị gụrụ, Otú ọ dị ọtụtụ ndị ị na-ekwu, Olee ezi ihe ha ga-eme gị ma ọ bụrụ na i meghị


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49) Klasik Bahasa Indonesia-Bahasa Indonesia Klasik,

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108 kutipan Buddha berikut ini mewujudkan penekanan pemimpin spiritual pada belas kasih, kedamaian dan kebahagiaan.

Buddha Mengutip Kehidupan

“Lebih
baik menaklukkan diri sendiri daripada memenangkan seribu pertempuran.
Maka kemenangan adalah milikmu. Itu tidak bisa diambil darimu. ”-Buddha

“Jika
Anda tahu apa yang saya ketahui tentang kekuatan memberi Anda tidak
akan membiarkan satu kali makan berlalu tanpa berbagi dalam beberapa
cara.”

“Pelajari ini dari air: mencebur sungai dengan keras tetapi kedalaman lautnya tenang.”

“Saya tidak pernah melihat apa yang telah dilakukan; Saya hanya melihat apa yang masih harus dilakukan. “
“Kamu hanya kehilangan apa yang kamu pegang.”

“Masa lalu sudah berlalu, masa depan belum ada di sini. Hanya ada satu saat bagi Anda untuk hidup. “

“Masalahnya adalah kau pikir kau punya waktu.”

“Saat
Anda berjalan, makan, dan bepergian, jadilah tempat Anda berada. Kalau
tidak, Anda akan kehilangan sebagian besar hidup Anda. “-Buddha

“Pekerjaanmu adalah menemukan pekerjaanmu dan kemudian dengan sepenuh hati untuk menyerahkan dirimu pada itu.”

“Tidak
percaya, di mana pun kamu membacanya, atau siapa yang mengatakannya,
tidak masalah jika aku mengatakannya, kecuali itu sesuai dengan alasanmu
sendiri dan akal sehatmu sendiri.”

“Lidah seperti pisau tajam … Membunuh tanpa mengambil darah.”

“Ajarkan
tiga kebenaran ini kepada semua orang: Hati yang murah hati, ucapan
yang baik, dan kehidupan pelayanan dan belas kasih adalah hal-hal yang
memperbaharui umat manusia.”

“Setiap manusia adalah penulis kesehatan atau penyakitnya sendiri.” -Buddha

“Menghindari berbohong pada dasarnya bermanfaat.”

“Hindari perbuatan jahat karena orang yang mencintai kehidupan menghindari racun.”

Kutipan Buddha tentang Meditasi

“Berpegang pada amarah seperti meminum racun dan mengharapkan orang lain untuk mati.”

“Apa yang Anda pikirkan, Anda menjadi. Apa yang Anda rasakan, Anda menarik. Apa yang Anda bayangkan, Anda ciptakan. “

“Meditasi
membawa kebijaksanaan; kurangnya meditasi meninggalkan ketidaktahuan.
Ketahui dengan baik apa yang menuntun Anda maju dan apa yang menahan
Anda, dan pilih jalan yang mengarah ke kebijaksanaan. ”-Buddha

“Hanya
ada dua kesalahan yang bisa dilakukan seseorang di sepanjang jalan
menuju kebenaran; tidak berjalan terus, dan tidak memulai. ”

“Tidak
ada yang menyelamatkan kita kecuali diri kita sendiri. Tidak ada yang
bisa dan tidak ada yang bisa. Kita sendiri harus berjalan di jalan
setapak. ”

“Jika pikiran seseorang berlumpur, Jika dia ceroboh
dan penuh tipu daya, Bagaimana dia bisa mengenakan jubah kuning? Siapa
pun yang menguasai sifatnya sendiri, Cerah, jelas dan benar, Dia mungkin
memang mengenakan jubah kuning. “
“Kemarahan tidak akan pernah
hilang selama pikiran kebencian dihargai dalam pikiran. Kemarahan akan
hilang begitu pikiran dendam dilupakan. ”

“Tubuhmu sangat berharga. Ini adalah kendaraan kita untuk bangun. Perlakukan dengan hati-hati. “-Buddha

“Untuk
sesaat tubuh ini dibuang, lalu bagaimana rasanya? Sebatang kayu yang
tidak berguna, terletak di tanah, lalu apa yang diketahui? Musuh
terburukmu tidak bisa menyakitimu. Seperti halnya pikiranmu sendiri,
tidak dijaga. Tapi begitu dikuasai, Tidak ada yang bisa membantumu,
Bahkan ayah atau ibumu pun tidak. ”

“Seseorang harus berusaha
untuk memahami apa yang mendasari penderitaan dan penyakit - dan
bertujuan untuk kesehatan dan kesejahteraan sambil mendapatkan di
jalan.”

“Jika Anda cukup tenang, Anda akan mendengar aliran alam
semesta. Anda akan merasakan iramanya. Ikuti arus ini. Kebahagiaan ada
di depan. Meditasi adalah kuncinya. ”

Kutipan Buddha tentang Perdamaian

“Lebih baik dari seribu kata kosong, adalah satu kata yang membawa kedamaian.” -Buddha

“Kedamaian datang dari dalam. Jangan mencarinya tanpa. ”

“Orang-orang yang bebas dari pikiran yang membenci pasti menemukan kedamaian.”

“Harus ada kejahatan agar kebaikan dapat membuktikan kemurniannya di atasnya. ”

“Untuk menaklukkan diri sendiri adalah tugas yang lebih besar daripada menaklukkan orang lain.”

“Seluruh
rahasia keberadaan adalah tidak memiliki rasa takut. Jangan pernah
takut apa yang akan terjadi pada Anda, tidak bergantung pada siapa pun.
Hanya saat Anda menolak semua bantuan Anda dibebaskan. “

“Tetapkan hatimu untuk berbuat baik. Lakukan berulang kali dan Anda akan dipenuhi dengan sukacita. “-Buddha

“Segala sesuatu yang memiliki permulaan memiliki akhir. Damai sejahtera dengan itu dan semuanya akan baik-baik saja. “

“Akar penderitaan adalah kemelekatan.”

Buddha Mengutip Spiritualitas

“Kamu tidak bisa menempuh jalan sampai kamu menjadi jalan itu sendiri.”

“Tiga hal yang tidak bisa lama disembunyikan: matahari, bulan, dan kebenaran.” -Buddha

“Satu-satunya kegagalan nyata dalam hidup adalah tidak jujur ​​pada yang terbaik yang diketahui.”

“Kemurnian atau ketidakmurnian tergantung pada diri sendiri. Tidak ada yang bisa memurnikan yang lain. ”

“Betapapun
banyaknya kata-kata suci yang kamu baca, betapapun banyak kamu
berbicara, apa gunanya mereka jika kamu tidak menindakinya?”

“Jika kamu menyalakan lampu untuk seseorang, itu juga akan mencerahkan jalanmu.” -Buddha

“Jika kita bisa melihat keajaiban bunga tunggal dengan jelas, seluruh hidup kita akan berubah. ”

“Mereka yang gagal bekerja menuju kebenaran telah kehilangan tujuan hidup.”

“Dalam keterpisahan terletak penderitaan terbesar di dunia; dalam kasih sayang terletak kekuatan sejati dunia. “

“Jika
Anda tidak menemukan seorang pun yang mendukung Anda di jalan
spiritual, berjalanlah sendirian. Tidak ada persahabatan dengan yang
belum dewasa. ”

“Kerjakan keselamatanmu sendiri. Jangan bergantung pada orang lain. “

“Betapapun
banyaknya kata-kata suci yang kamu baca, Betapapun banyak kamu
berbicara, Apa gunanya mereka melakukan kamu Jika kamu tidak

50) Classical Irish-Indinéisis Clasaiceach,

50) Clasaiceach Éireannach Clasaiceach,

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Cuimsíonn an 108 Sleachta Búda seo a leanas béim an cheannaire spioradálta ar thrua, ar shíocháin agus ar sonas.

Sleachta Búda ar an Saol

“Is fearr tú féin a thruailliú ná míle cathanna a bhuachan. Ansin is mise an bua. Ní féidir é a thógáil uaibh. ”-Buddha

“Dá
mbeadh a fhios agat cad atá ar eolas agam faoin gcumhacht a thabhairt
ní ligfí duit pas béile amháin gan é a roinnt ar bhealach éigin.”

“Foghlaim é seo ó uisce: splanhes os ard an sruthán ach tá doimhneacht na n-aigéan socair.”

“Ní fheicim riamh cad atá déanta; Ní fheicim ach cad atá fós le déanamh. ”
“Ní chailleann tú ach an méid a dhíríonn tú air.”

“Tá an t-am atá caite imithe cheana féin, níl an todhchaí anseo fós. Níl ach nóiméad amháin agat le maireachtáil. ”

“Is é an trioblóid an t-am atá agat.

“Agus tú ag siúl agus ag ithe agus ag taisteal, bí ortsa. Seachas sin caillfidh tú an chuid is mó de do shaol. ”-Buddha

“Is é do chuid oibre do chuid oibre a fháil amach agus ansin le do chroí go léir tú féin a thabhairt dó.”

“Creid
aon rud, is cuma cá léann tú é, nó cé a dúirt é, is cuma má tá sé ráite
agam, mura n-aontaíonn sé le do chúis féin agus le do chiall féin.”

“Tá an teanga cosúil le scian géar… Mharaíonn sí gan fuil a tharraingt.”

“Múin
an fhírinne thrialach seo do chách: Is croí flaithiúil, óráid
chomhchineáil, agus saol seirbhíse agus trócaireach na rudaí a
athnuachan an chine daonna.”

“Is é gach duine an t-údar a shláinte nó a ghalair féin.” -Buddha

“Is folláine go bunúsach é staonadh ó luí.”

“Seachain gníomhais olc mar sheachnaíonn fear a bhfuil an saol aige an nimh.”

Sleachta Búda maidir le Machnamh

“Tá coinneáil ar fhearg cosúil le nimhe a ól agus a bheith ag súil go bhfaighidh an duine eile bás.”

“Cad a cheapann tú a thiocfaidh chun bheith. Cad a bhraitheann tú, a mheallann tú. Cad a shamhlaíonn tú, cruthaíonn tú. ”

“Tugann
an machnamh eagna; fágann easpa machnaimh aineolas. Bíodh a fhios agat
go maith cad é a threoraíonn tú ar aghaidh agus an rud a choinníonn ar
ais ort, agus roghnaigh an cosán as a dtagann eagna. ”-Buddha

“Níl ach dhá bhotún is féidir a dhéanamh ar an mbóthar go fírinne; gan dul ar an mbealach ar fad, agus gan tosú. ”

“Ní
choinníonn aon duine sinn ach sinn féin. Ní féidir le duine ar bith
agus ní féidir le duine ar bith. Ní mór dúinn féin an cosán a shiúil. ”

“Má
tá smaointe fear muddy, Má tá sé meargánta agus lán de mheabhlaireacht,
Conas is féidir leis an gúna buí a chaitheamh? Is cuma cé hé a mháistir
ar a nádúr féin, Bright, soiléir agus fíor, is cinnte go gcaithfidh sé
an gúna buí. ”
“Ní imreoidh fearg chomh fada agus a chuirtear in iúl
go bhfuil smaointe fala san aigne. Imreoidh fearg díreach chomh luath
agus a dhéantar dearmad ar mheabhlaireacht. ”

“Tá do chorp luachmhar. Is é ár bhfeithicil é a mhúscailt. Caitheamh go cúramach leis. ”-Buddha

“Go
luath, cuirtear an corp i leataobh, ansin cad a mhothaíonn sé? Loga
adhmaid gan úsáid, luíonn sé ar an talamh, Ansin cad é atá ar eolas
aige? Ní féidir le do namhaid is measa dochar a dhéanamh duit. Ach nuair
a bhíonn máistreacht air, ní féidir le duine ar bith cabhrú leat an
oiread, ní fiú d’athair ná do mháthair. ”

“Ba chóir go ndéanfadh
duine iarracht tuiscint a fháil ar cad is cúis le fulaingt agus le
galair - agus go ndíreoidh sé ar shláinte agus ar fholláine ag an am
céanna.

“Má tá tú ciúin go leor, cloisfidh tú sreabhadh na
cruinne. Braithfidh tú a rithim. Téigh leis an sruth seo. Tá sonas
romhainn. Tá an machnamh ríthábhachtach. ”

Sleachta Búda ar Shíocháin

“Níos fearr ná míle focal log, is focal amháin é a thugann síocháin.” -Buddha

“Tagann síocháin ó laistigh de. Ná lorg é gan é. ”

“Is cinnte go bhfaigheann na daoine atá saor ó smaointe feargach síocháin.”

“Ní mór go mbeadh olc ann ionas gur féidir le maitheas a íonacht a chruthú os a chionn. ”

“Is tasc níos mó é an duine féin a shárú ná daoine eile a mhealladh.”

“Is
é an rún iomlán atá ann ná gan eagla a bheith ort. Ná bíodh eagla ort
cad a thiocfaidh uait, bí ag brath ar aon duine. Níl ach an nóiméad a
dhiúltaíonn tú do chabhair ar fad agat saor. ”

“Socraigh do chroí maidir le déanamh go maith. Déan é arís agus arís eile agus líonfar tú le háthas. ”-Buddha

“Tá deireadh le gach rud a bhfuil tús leis. Déan do shíocháin leis sin agus beidh gach duine go maith. ”

“Is é an fhulaingt atá ag fulaingt ná ceangaltán.”

Sleachta Buddha ar Spioradáltacht

“Ní féidir leat an cosán a thaisteal go dtí gur tusa an cosán féin.”

“Ní féidir trí rud a cheilt le fada: an ghrian, an ghealach, agus an fhírinne.” -Buddha

“Is é an t-aon mhainneachtain iarbhír sa saol a bheith fíor don duine is fearr.”

“Braitheann íonacht nó neamhíonacht ort féin. Ní féidir le duine ar bith eile íonú. ”

“Mar
sin féin, a lán focal naofa a léann tú, a mhéad a labhraíonn tú, Céard a
dhéanfaidh siad leat Mura ndéanann tú gníomh orthu?”

“Má lasann tú lampa do dhuine éigin, cuirfidh sé do shlí isteach.” -Buddha

“Dá bhféadfaimis míorúilt bláth amháin a fheiceáil go soiléir, d’athródh ár saol ar fad. ”

“Chaill na daoine a theip orthu oibriú i dtreo na fírinne an cuspóir maireachtála.”

“Is é an t-uafás is mó atá ag an domhan; is trócaireach é fíor-neart an domhain. ”

“Mura bhfaigheann tú aon duine chun tacú leat ar an gcosán spioradálta, siúl leat féin. Níl aon chomhluadar leis an neamhaibí. ”

“Oibrigh amach do shlánú féin. Ná bí ag brath ar dhaoine eile. ”

“Mar sin féin, a lán focal naofa a léann tú, a mhéad a labhraíonn tú, Céard a dhéanfaidh siad leat?


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Le seguenti 108 citazioni del Buddha incarnano l’enfasi del leader spirituale su compassione, pace e felicità.

Buddha cita sulla vita

“È meglio conquistare te stesso che vincere mille battaglie. Poi la vittoria è vostra. Non può essere preso da te. “-Buddha

“Se sapessi cosa so del potere di darti non lasceresti passare un singolo pasto senza condividerlo in qualche modo.”

“Impara questo dall’acqua: forte schizza il ruscello ma la profondità degli oceani è calma.”

“Non vedo mai cosa è stato fatto; Vedo solo ciò che resta da fare. “
“Perdi solo le cose a cui ti attacchi.”

“Il passato è già andato, il futuro non è ancora qui. C’è solo un momento in cui puoi vivere. “

“Il problema è che pensi di avere tempo.”

“Mentre cammini, mangi e viaggi, sii dove sei. Altrimenti ti mancherà la maggior parte della tua vita. “-Buddha

“Il tuo lavoro è scoprire il tuo lavoro e poi con tutto il tuo cuore per dedicarti ad esso.”

“Non
credere a nulla, non importa dove lo leggi, o chi lo ha detto, non
importa se l’ho detto, a meno che non sia d’accordo con la tua stessa
ragione e il tuo buon senso.”

“La lingua come un coltello affilato … Uccide senza attirare sangue.”

“Insegna
a tutti questa triplice verità: un cuore generoso, un discorso gentile e
una vita di servizio e compassione sono le cose che rinnovano
l’umanità”.

“Ogni essere umano è l’autore della propria salute o malattia”. -Buddha

“Astenersi dal mentire è essenzialmente salutare”.

“Evita le azioni malvagie come un uomo che ama la vita evita il veleno.”

Citazioni di Buddha sulla meditazione

“Trattenere la rabbia è come bere il veleno e aspettarsi che l’altra persona muoia”.

“Cosa pensi di diventare. Ciò che senti, ti attrae. Ciò che immagini, tu crei. “

“La
meditazione porta saggezza; la mancanza di meditazione lascia
l’ignoranza. Conoscere bene ciò che ti porta avanti e ciò che ti
trattiene e scegliere la via che porta alla saggezza. “-Buddha

“Ci sono solo due errori che si possono fare lungo la strada verso la verità; non andare fino in fondo, e non partire “.

“Nessuno ci salva ma noi stessi. Nessuno può e nessuno potrebbe. Noi stessi dobbiamo percorrere il sentiero. “

“Se
i pensieri di un uomo sono fangosi, se è spericolato e pieno di
inganni, come può indossare la veste gialla? Chiunque sia padrone della
propria natura, luminoso, chiaro e vero, può davvero indossare la veste
gialla. “
“La rabbia non scomparirà mai fintanto che i pensieri di
risentimento sono amati nella mente. La rabbia sparirà non appena i
pensieri di risentimento saranno dimenticati. “

“Il tuo corpo è prezioso. È il nostro veicolo per il risveglio. Trattalo con cura. “-Buddha

“Perché
presto il corpo viene scartato, allora cosa si prova? Un inutile tronco
di legno, giace a terra, allora cosa sa? Il tuo peggior nemico non può
farti del male tanto quanto i tuoi pensieri, incustoditi. Ma una volta
padroneggiato, nessuno può aiutarti tanto, nemmeno tuo padre o tua
madre. “

“Uno dovrebbe sforzarsi di capire cosa sta alla base
delle sofferenze e delle malattie - e mirare alla salute e al benessere
mentre guadagna sul sentiero”.

“Se sei abbastanza tranquillo,
sentirai il flusso dell’universo. Sentirai il suo ritmo. Vai con questo
flusso. La felicità è davanti. La meditazione è la chiave. “

Buddha cita la pace

“Meglio di mille parole vuote, è una parola che porta la pace.” -Buddha

“La pace viene da dentro. Non cercarlo senza.”

“Chi è libero da pensieri risentiti trova sicuramente pace”.

“Deve esserci il male affinché il bene possa dimostrarne la purezza al di sopra di esso. ”

“Vincere se stessi è un compito più grande che conquistare gli altri.”

“L’intero
segreto dell’esistenza è di non aver paura. Non temere mai ciò che
diventerà di te, non dipendere da nessuno. Solo nel momento in cui
rifiuti ogni aiuto sei liberato. “

“Prepara il tuo cuore a fare del bene. Fallo più e più volte e sarai pieno di gioia “. -Buddha

“Tutto ciò che ha un inizio ha una fine. Renditi tranquillo e tutto andrà bene. “

“La radice della sofferenza è l’attaccamento”.

Buddha cita la spiritualità

“Non puoi percorrere il sentiero finché non sei diventato il sentiero stesso.”

“Tre cose non possono essere a lungo nascoste: il sole, la luna e la verità.” -Buddha

“L’unico vero fallimento nella vita non è quello di essere fedeli al migliore che conosca.”

“La purezza o l’impurità dipendono da se stessi. Nessuno può purificare un altro. “

“Per quanto molte parole sante tu legga, per quanto tu parli, a che cosa ti faranno bene se non agisci su di loro?”

“Se accendi una lampada per qualcuno, illuminerà anche la tua strada.” -Buddha

“Se potessimo vedere chiaramente il miracolo di un singolo fiore, la nostra intera vita cambierebbe. ”

“Coloro che non sono riusciti a lavorare verso la verità hanno perso lo scopo di vivere”.

“Nella separatezza c’è la più grande sofferenza del mondo; in compassione si trova la vera forza del mondo. “

“Se non trovi nessuno che ti sostenga sul sentiero spirituale, cammina da solo. Non c’è compagnia con l’immaturo. “

“Elabora la tua salvezza. Non dipendere dagli altri. “

“Per quanto molte parole sante tu legga, per quanto tu parli, che bene ti faranno se non lo fai

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以下の108仏陀の引用は、慈悲深い、平和と幸福を精神的指導者が強調していることを体現しています。

仏陀の生活について

「1000戦闘に勝つよりも、自分を征服するほうが得策です。それなら勝利はあなたのものです。それはあなたから取ることはできません。」 - ブッダ

「あなたが私が与える力について私が知っていることを知っていたら、何らかの方法でそれを共有せずに単一の食事を通すことはできないでしょう。」

「水からこれを学びなさい:大音量は小川をはねかけるが、海の深さは穏やかである。」

「私は何が行われたのかわかりません。まだやらなければならないことがわかります。」
“あなたはしがみついているものを失うだけです。”

「過去はすでになくなり、未来はまだここにはありません。あなたが生きるのは一瞬しかありません。」

「問題は、時間があると思うことです。」

「あなたが歩いたり食べたり旅行したりするときは、自分のいるところにいてください。そうでなければ、あなたはあなたの人生の大部分を見逃すことになるでしょう。」 - 仏

「あなたの仕事はあなたの仕事を発見することであり、それからあなた自身にそれを与えるためにあなたの心を尽くしています。」

「あなたがそれを読んだ場所や、誰がそれを言ったかにかかわらず、あなたがそれをあなた自身の理由とあなた自身の常識と一致しない限り、何も信じないでください。」

「鋭いナイフのような舌…血を抜かずに殺す」

「この三重の真理をすべての人に教えてください。寛大な心、優しいスピーチ、そして奉仕と思いやりの人生は、人類を新たにするものです。」

“すべての人間は自分の健康や病気の作者です。” - ブッダ

“嘘を免れることは本質的に健康的です。”

「人生を愛する人は毒を避けているので、邪悪な行為を避けてください。」

仏教は瞑想について

「怒りを抱きしめることは毒を飲み、他の人が死ぬことを期待するようなものです。」

「あなたが思うこと、あなたはなる。あなたが感じるもの、あなたは引き付ける。想像しているとおり、あなたは創造します。」

「瞑想は知恵をもたらします。瞑想の欠如は無知を残します。何があなたを前進させ、何があなたを妨げているのかをよく理解し、知恵をもたらす道を選びなさい。」 - 仏

「真実への道をたどることができる間違いは2つだけです。ずっと進んでいないし、始まっていない」

「だれも自分を救うことはできません。だれもできないし、だれもできない。私たち自身が道を歩まなければなりません。」

「人の考えが濁っているならば、彼が無謀で欺瞞に満ちているならば、どうやって彼は黄色いローブを着ることができますか?明るく、はっきりとした真実の自分自身の性質の達人である人は誰でも、確かに黄色いローブを着ることができます。」
「怒りは、憤りの思考が心の中で大事にされている限り、消えることは決してありません。憤りの考えが忘れられるとすぐに、怒りは消えます。」

「あなたの体は貴重です。それは私たちの目覚めの道具です。慎重に扱ってください。」 - ブッダ

「すぐに体は捨てられます、それでそれは何を感じますか?木の無駄な丸太、それは地面にあります、それからそれは何を知っていますか?あなたの最悪の敵はあなたを傷つけることはできませんあなた自身の思考と同じくらい、無防備。しかし、いったん習得すれば、だれもあなたを助けることはできません。あなたの父親や母親でさえもできません。」

「人は苦しみや病気の根底にあるものを理解するために努力しなければなりません。そして、道を歩みながら健康と幸福を目指します。」

「あなたが十分に静かであれば、あなたは宇宙の流れを聞くでしょう。あなたはそのリズムを感じるでしょう。この流れで行きなさい。幸せは先にあります。瞑想が鍵です。」

平和についての仏の引用

「千個以上の空っぽい言葉は、平和をもたらす一つの言葉です。」 - ブッダ

「平和は内から来ます。せずにそれを求めないでください。」

「憤慨した考えから自由である人は確かに平和を見つけます。」

「善がその上にその純度を証明することができるように、悪がなければなりません。 」

「自分を征服することは他人を征服することよりも大きな課題です。」

「存在の全体的な秘密は、恐れを持たないことです。あなたがどうなるかを決して恐れないで、誰にも頼らないでください。あなたがすべての援助を拒絶した瞬間だけ、あなたは解放されます。」

“良いことをすることにあなたの心を設定してください。それを何度も何度もやりなさい、そうすればあなたは喜びでいっぱいになるでしょう。」 - 仏

「始まりがあるものはすべて終わりがあります。それであなたの平和を作りなさい、そうすればすべてがうまくいくでしょう。」

“苦しみの根源は愛着です。”

霊性に関する仏の引用

“あなたは道自体になるまであなたは道を移動することはできません。”

「三つのことを長く隠すことはできない:太陽、月、そして真実」 - ブッダ

「人生における唯一の本当の失敗は、知っている最高の人に真実であることではありません。」

純度や不純物は自分次第です。誰も他の人を浄化することはできません。」

「しかし、あなたが読む多くの聖なる言葉、あなたが話す多くの、あなたがそれらに基づいて行動しないなら、彼らはあなたに何をしますか?」

“あなたが誰かのためにランプをつけると、それはまたあなたの道を明るくするでしょう。” - 仏

「一つの花の奇跡をはっきりと見ることができれば、私たちの全人生は変わるでしょう。 」

「真実に向かって努力することに失敗した人々は生きているという目的を逃しました。」

「別の世界には、最大の悲惨さがあります。同情の中に、世界の真の強みがあります。」

「あなたが霊的な道筋であなたを支える者を見つけられないのなら、一人で歩きなさい。未熟児との付き合いはありません。」

「あなた自身の救いを考え出しなさい。他人に頼らないでください。」

「しかし、あなたが読む多くの聖なる言葉、あなたが話す多くの、あなたがしないなら、彼らは何をしますか。

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Ing ngisor iki 108 nyebutake Sang Buddha minangka pamrih rohani kang nandheske marang karep, tentrem lan kebahagiaan.

Buddha Quotes on Life

“Iku
luwih apik kanggo bisa ngalahake awak saka menangake ewu mungsuhan.
Banjur kamenanganmu. Sampeyan ora bisa njupuk saka sampeyan. “-Buddha

“Yen
sampeyan ngerti apa sing aku ngerti babagan daya menehi sampeyan bakal
ora ngidini meal siji pass tanpa nuduhake ing sawetara cara.”

“Sinau iki saka banyu: swara cetha ing kali, nanging jerone segara sing tenang.”

“Aku ora weruh apa sing wis rampung; Aku mung weruh apa sing kudu rampung. “
“Sampeyan mung bakal kelangan sing dikunci.”

“Masa kepungkur wis ilang, masa depan durung ana kene. Ana mung siji wayahe kanggo sampeyan. “

“Masalah iku, sampeyan mikir sampeyan duwe wektu.”

“Nalika sampeyan mlaku lan mangan lan lelungan, endi sampeyan. Yen ora, sampeyan bakal kelangan paling urip. “-Buddha

“Karya sampeyan nemokake karya sampeyan lan banjur kabeh ati kanggo menehi sampeyan dhewe.”

“Pracaya
apa-apa, ora ketompo yen sampeyan maca, utawa sing ngucapake, ora kira
yen aku wis ngucapake, yen ora setuju karo alesan lan raos dhewe.”

“Basa kaya piso sing cetha … Kills tanpa nggambar getih.”

“Ajaran
bebener iki kanggo kabeh: Jantung sing wigati, wicara apik, lan
nyenengake layanan lan kasetyan iku apa wae sing mbenerake manungsa.”

“Saben manungsa iku penulis kesehatan utawa penyakit dhewe.” - Budha

“Kanggo nyegah saka ngapusi iku tegese sehat.”

“Aja nglakoni piala kaya wong sing seneng urip ngendhaleni racun.”

Buddha Quotes on Meditation

“Nyekelake bebendune kaya ngombe racun lan ngarepake wong liya mati.”

“Apa sampeyan mikir, sampeyan dadi. Apa sampeyan aran, sampeyan narik kawigaten. Apa sampeyan mbayangno, sampeyan nggawe. “

“Meditasi
ndadekake kawicaksanan; lack of meditation gods ignorance. Ngerti apa
sing ndadékaké sampeyan maju lan apa sing nahan sampeyan, lan pilih
dalan sing ndadékaké kawicaksanan. “-Buddha

“Ana mung loro kesalahan sing bisa nyebabake dalan kanggo kabeneran; ora arep kabeh, lan ora wiwit. “

“Ora ana wong sing nyimpen, nanging awakku dhewe. Ora ana sing bisa, ora ana sing bisa. Kita dhewe kudu lumaku ing dalan. “

“Manawa
ana pikirane wong kang mudheng, manawa dheweke nasarake lan kebak
pratandha, kepriyé anggone bakal nganggo jubah kuning? Sapa wae sing
nduweni pangerten, terang, jelas lan bener, bisa uga nganggo jubah
kuning. “
“Anger ora bakal ngilangi anggere anggone nesu ing pikirane. Gesang bakal ilang sanajan rahehe bakal disengiti. “

“Awakmu iku larang regane. Iku kendaraan kita kanggo awakening. Nambani kanthi ati-ati. “-Buddha

“Kanggo
rauh awak dibuang, Banjur apa iku aran? A kayu sing ora ana gunane, iku
ana ing lemah, banjur apa tegese? Mungsuh sing paling mbebayani ora
bisa nyirnakake sampeyan Minangka pikirane dhewe, ora bisa ditindakake.
Nanging sapisan nguwasani, Ora ana wong bisa mbantu sampeyan, ora bapak
utawa ibumu. “

“Siji kudu sinau kanggo mangerteni apa sing
ndandani kasangsaran lan penyakit - lan tumuju kanggo kesehatan lan
kesejahteraan nalika entuk ing dalan.”

“Yen sampeyan cukup
tenang, sampeyan bakal krungu aliran alam semesta. Sampeyan bakal ngrasa
irama. Go karo aliran iki. Kabungahan dumunung ing ngarep. Meditasi
punika kunci. “

Buddha Quotes on Peace

“Luwih becik katimbang tembung sewu, yaiku tembung siji sing nggawa tentrem.” - Budha

“Tentrem teka saka ing njero awak. Aja nggoleki. “

“Wong-wong sing tanpa pikirane mesthi nemoni tentrem.”

“Ana kudu ala supaya becik bisa mbuktekake kemurniane ing ndhuwur iku. “

“Kanggo nulak awake dhewe dadi tugas sing luwih gedhe tinimbang ngalahake wong liya.”

“Kabeh
rahasia saka eksistensi ora duwe rasa wedi. Aja wedi apa sing bakal
dadi, ora gumantung marang sapa wae. Mung wae sampeyan nolak kabeh
bantuan sampeyan dibebasake. “

“Nggawe atimu kanthi becik. Mugi-mugi kulo lan panjenengan badhe kebak kabungahan. “- Budha

“Kabeh sing duwe awal wis rampung. Padha tresna karo sing lan kabeh bakal becik. “

“Oyod gerah iku lampiran.”

Buddha Quotes on Spirituality

“Sampeyan ora bisa lelungan dalan nganti sampeyan wis dadi path dhewe.”

“Telung perkara ora bisa didhelikake: srengenge, rembulan, lan bebener.” - Budha

“Gagal nyata mung ing urip ora bener kanggo sing paling apik.”

“Purity utawa impurity gumantung marang awake dhewe. Ora ana sing bisa ngresiki liyané. “

“Nanging
akeh tembung suci sing sampeyan maca, Nanging akeh sampeyan ngomong,
Apa apik bakal padha nindakake Yen sampeyan ora tumindak marang
wong-wong mau?”

“Yen sampeyan nyalakan lampu kanggo piyantun, iku uga bakal nylametake dalanmu.” - Budha

“Yen kita bisa ndeleng mukjizat kembang siji sing cetha, kabeh urip bakal berubah. “

“Wong-wong sing gagal nyambut gawé kanthi bener wis ora bisa nyedhaki tujuan urip.”

“Ing separateness dumunung ing penderitaan paling gedhe ing donya; ing karepé ana kekuatan sejati ing donya. “

“Yen
sampeyan ora nemokake sapa wae sing bisa ndhukung sampeyan ing dalan
spiritual, lumaku piyambak. Ora ana hubungan karo wong sing durung
dewasa. “

“Lungaa kawilujenganmu dhewe. Aja gumantung wong liya. “

“Nanging akeh tembung suci sing sampeyan maca, Nanging akeh sampeyan ngomong, Apa apik bakal padha sampeyan Yen sampeyan ora



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04) Classical Hela Basa (Hela Language),
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06) Classical Devanagari,Classical Hindi-Devanagari- शास्त्रीय हिंदी,

07) Classical Cyrillic
08) Classical Afrikaans– Klassieke Afrikaans

09) Classical Albanian-Shqiptare klasike,
10) Classical Amharic-አንጋፋዊ አማርኛ,
11) Classical Arabic-اللغة العربية الفصحى
12) Classical Armenian-դասական հայերեն,
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15) Classical Belarusian-Класічная беларуская,
16) Classical Bengali-ক্লাসিক্যাল বাংলা,
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20) Classical Cebuano-Klase sa Sugbo,

21) Classical Chichewa-Chikale cha Chichewa,

22) Classical Chinese (Simplified)-古典中文(简体),

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25) Classical  Croatian-Klasična hrvatska,

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27) Classical  Danish-Klassisk dansk,Klassisk dansk,

28) Classical  Dutch- Klassiek Nederlands,
29) Classical English,Roman
30) Classical Esperanto-Klasika Esperanto,

31) Classical Estonian- klassikaline eesti keel,

32) Classical Filipino,
33) Classical Finnish- Klassinen suomalainen,

34) Classical French- Français classique,

35) Classical Frisian- Klassike Frysk,

36) Classical Galician-Clásico galego,
37) Classical Georgian-კლასიკური ქართული,

38) Classical German- Klassisches Deutsch,
39) Classical Greek-Κλασσικά Ελληνικά,
40) Classical Gujarati-ક્લાસિકલ ગુજરાતી,
41) Classical Haitian Creole-Klasik kreyòl,

42) Classical Hausa-Hausa Hausa,
43) Classical Hawaiian-Hawaiian Hawaiian,

44) Classical Hebrew- עברית קלאסית
45) Classical Hmong- Lus Hmoob,

46) Classical Hungarian-Klasszikus magyar,

47) Classical Icelandic-Klassísk íslensku,
48) Classical Igbo,

49) Classical Indonesian-Bahasa Indonesia Klasik,

50) Classical Irish-Indinéisis Clasaiceach,
51) Classical Italian-Italiano classico,
52) Classical Japanese-古典的なイタリア語,
53) Classical Javanese-Klasik Jawa,
54) Classical Kannada- ಶಾಸ್ತ್ರೀಯ ಕನ್ನಡ,
55) Classical Kazakh-Классикалық қазақ,

56) Classical Khmer- ខ្មែរបុរាណ,
57) Classical Korean-고전 한국어,

58) Classical Kurdish (Kurmanji)-Kurdî (Kurmancî),

59) Classical Kyrgyz-Классикалык Кыргыз,
60) Classical Lao-ຄລາສສິກລາວ,
61) Classical Latin-LXII) Classical Latin,

62) Classical Latvian-Klasiskā latviešu valoda,

63) Classical Lithuanian-Klasikinė lietuvių kalba,

64) Classical Luxembourgish-Klassesch Lëtzebuergesch,

65) Classical Macedonian-Класичен македонски,
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67) Classical Malay-Melayu Klasik,

68) Classical Malayalam-ക്ലാസിക്കൽ മലയാളം,

69) Classical Maltese-Klassiku Malti,
70) Classical Maori-Maori Maori,
71) Classical Marathi-क्लासिकल माओरी,

72) Classical Mongolian-Сонгодог Монгол,

73) Classical Myanmar (Burmese)-Classical မြန်မာ (ဗမာ),

74) Classical Nepali-शास्त्रीय म्यांमार (बर्मा),
75) Classical Norwegian-Klassisk norsk,

76) Classical Pashto- ټولګی پښتو

77) Classical Persian-کلاسیک فارسی
78) Classical Polish-Język klasyczny polski,

79) Classical Portuguese-Português Clássico,
80) Classical Punjabi-ਕਲਾਸੀਕਲ ਪੰਜਾਬੀ,
81) Classical Romanian-Clasic românesc,
82) Classical Russian-Классический русский,
83) Classical Samoan-Samoan Samoa,
84) Classical Scots Gaelic-Gàidhlig Albannach Clasaigeach,
85) Classical Serbian-Класични српски,
86) Classical Sesotho-Seserbia ea boholo-holo,
87) Classical Shona-Shona Shona,
88) Classical Sindhi,
89) Classical Sinhala-සම්භාව්ය සිංහල,

90) Classical Slovak-Klasický slovenský,
91) Classical Slovenian-Klasična slovenska,
92) Classical Somali-Soomaali qowmiyadeed,
93) Classical Spanish-Español clásico,
94) Classical Sundanese-Sunda Klasik,
95) Classical Swahili,
96) Classical Swedish-Klassisk svensk,
97) Classical Tajik-тоҷикӣ классикӣ,

98) Classical Tamil-பாரம்பரிய இசைத்தமிழ் செம்மொழி,
99) Classical Telugu- క్లాసికల్ తెలుగు,
100) Classical Thai-ภาษาไทยคลาสสิก,
101) Classical Turkish-Klasik Türk,
102) Classical Ukrainian-Класичний український,
103) Classical Urdu- کلاسیکی اردو
104) Classical Uzbek-Klassik o’zbek,
105) Classical Vietnamese-Tiếng Việt cổ điển,

106) Classical Welsh-Cymraeg Clasurol,
107) Classical Xhosa-IsiXhosa zesiXhosa,
108) Classical Yiddish- קלאסישע ייִדיש
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