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Ashoka: Empire

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BORN AGAIN. WHAT WE
DO TODAY IS WHAT
MATTERS MOST

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Ashoka: Empire
Apart
from a few mentions in some Buddhist texts, Ashoka’s great empire was
all but forgotten, until in 1837 a young British administrator in
Calcutta managed decipher engravings on a range of mysterious stone
pillars that were scattered around India. These monumental stone pillars
were up to 80ft high, and some were found thousands of miles apart. In
what was the first example of writing in Indian history, the British
administrator discovered that the pillars were inscribed with advice
from Ashoka, on how to live a good life and with examples of what
Ashoka had achieved across his empire. These statements, or edicts, were
inscribed both on the stone pillars and also on large rocks, all across
the empire, in several different languages – even Greek.
The
pillars revealed clear evidence that this great ruler’s empire was not
due to vast armies and battles, but welfare. They provide evidence that
the king was the first (and only) whose conquest was not by force but by
the value of ideas and the welfare of the empire’s citizens – and the
cornerstone of this scheme to improve people’s lives was by planting
roadside trees.
Listed second on the list of 14 statements, or edicts, written on the monumental stones was:
“Along roads I have had wells dug and trees planted for the benefit of humans and animals”.
“Along
roads I have had banyan trees planted so that they can give shade to
animals and men, and I have had mango groves planted.”
It
is believed that state funds were used for the tree planting programme
along the roads, and to ensure that the projects were carried out
correctly, Ashoka would go on frequent tree inspection tours and he
expected his district officers to follow his example.
Today
it is unlikely that many, if any, trees from this time remain, to
confirm the scale of the tree planting. However, to have gone to the
trouble and expense of the stone pillars, and for tree planting to form a
key headline on them, we can reliably confer that roadside trees were a
key policy of the empire and that the level of the tree planting was
substantial. To give some comparison, this would be akin to modern
political parties putting street tree planting above policy pledges on
health services, the economy, education and housing. Likewise, it is
reasonable to assume the street trees must have been welcomed and would
have formed a highly valued aspect of citizens lives.
A
street tree is defined as a tree located next to or within a public
road. They provide a wide range of social, environmental and economic
benefits and managing them is a major undertaking and cost for local
authorities, with much political debate relating to their presence and
management. The definition of urban forestry involves the planned,
systematic and integrated management of these trees. Although we
wouldn’t easily recognise this environment as ‘urban’ by today’s
standards, these definitions perfectly fit what was undertaken over 2000
years ago. As well as his other achievements, Ashoka has to be credited
as developing arboriculture in India, he was the first, and possibly
only, person to devise and implement an empire-wide roadside tree
planting policy.


Ashoka
(/əˈʃoʊkə/; Brahmi: 𑀅𑀲𑁄𑀓, Asoka, IAST: Aśoka), also known as Ashoka
the Great, was an Indian emperor of the Maurya Dynasty, son of
Bindusara, who ruled almost all of the Indian subcontinent from c. 268
to 232 BCE. Ashoka promoted the spread of Buddhism across ancient Asia.
Considered by many to be one of India’s greatest emperors, Ashoka
expanded Chandragupta’s empire to reign over territory stretching from
present-day Afghanistan in the west to present-day Bangladesh in the
east. It covered the entire Indian subcontinent except for parts of
present-day Tamil Nadu. The empire’s capital was Pataliputra (in
Magadha, present-day Patna), with provincial capitals at Takshashila
(later Taxila) and Ujjain. Ashoka, after the war of Kalinga, got upset
with the bloodshed and vowed to never fight again. He patronized
Buddhism during his reign.
Ashoka
waged a particularly destructive war against the state of Kalinga
(modern Odisha), which he conquered in about 260 BCE. According to an
interpretation of his Edicts, he converted to Buddhism after witnessing
the mass deaths of the Kalinga War, which he had waged out of a desire
for conquest and which reportedly directly resulted in more than 100,000
deaths and 150,000 deportations.He is remembered for erecting the
Ashoka pillars and spreading his Edicts,for sending Buddhist monks to
Sri Lanka and Central Asia,and for establishing monuments marking
several significant sites in the life of Gautama Buddha.
Beyond
the Edicts of Ashoka, biographical information about him relies on
legends written centuries later, such as the 2nd-century CE Ashokavadana
(”Narrative of Ashoka”, a part of the Divyavadana), and in the Sri
Lankan text Mahavamsa (”Great Chronicle”). The emblem of the modern
Republic of India is an adaptation of the Lion Capital of Ashoka. His
Sanskrit name “Aśoka” means “painless, without sorrow” (the a privativum
and śoka, “pain, distress”). In his edicts, he is referred to as
Devānāmpriya (Pali Devānaṃpiya or “the Beloved of the Gods”), and
Priyadarśin or Priyadarshi (Pali Piyadasī or “He who regards everyone
with affection”). His fondness for a tree is the reason for his name
being connected to the “Ashoka tree” or Saraca asoca, and this is
referenced in the Ashokavadana.
In
The Outline of History (1920), H.G. Wells wrote, “Amidst the tens of
thousands of names of monarchs that crowd the columns of history, their
majesties and graciousnesses and serenities and royal highnesses and the
like, the name of Ashoka shines, and shines, almost alone, a star.”
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Ashoka
(/əˈʃoʊkə/; Brahmi: 𑀅𑀲𑁄𑀓, Asoka,[5] IAST: Aśoka), also known as
Ashoka the Great, was an Indian emperor of the Maurya Dynasty, son of
Bindusara, who ruled almost all of the Indian subcontinent from c. 268
to 232 BCE.[6][7] Ashoka promoted the spread of Buddhism across
anci…..



It
is commonly believed that street trees originated in the capital cities
of Europe in the 1500s. First in France, then Holland and then to
London and the rest of the continent. This European history of street
trees is rightly uncontested. However, there is compelling evidence of a
vast network of managed street trees, from over 2000 years ago. A
massive programme of tree planting and arboricultural management along
routes over many thousands of miles across India and South Asia. A
scheme that would surpass even the most ambitious of today’s tree
planting projects and one that can lay claim to the practice of
arboriculture beginning in India, over 1500 years before the first trees
were planted on the streets of Europe.

Ashoka
the Great reigned from 269 BC to 232 BC. He was the third emperor of
the Maurya dynasty and is now considered ancient India’s greatest ruler
and the key figure in spreading Buddhism across the globe. At the
greatest extent, his empire expanded into India’s central and southern
regions, along the Himalayas to the north, into Assam to the east, and
to the west into what is now Afghanistan, with his influence reaching as
far as Greece and North Africa.


Ashoka Maurya


Map of the Maurya Empire under Ashoka's rule.

Map of the Maurya Empire under Ashoka’s rule.




The Sanchi stupa in Sanchi, Madhya Pradesh established by emperor Ashoka in the third century BC.

The Sanchi stupa in Sanchi, Madhya Pradesh established by emperor Ashoka in the third century BC.

Fragment of the 6th Pillar Edicts of Ashoka (238 BC), in Brahmi, sandstones. British Museum.

Fragment of the 6th Pillar Edicts of Ashoka (238 BC), in Brahmi, sandstones. British MuseumBuddhism Dharma Wheel


The Ashoka Chakra, featured on the flag of the Republic of IndiaSilver punch-mark coins of the Mauryan empire, bear Buddhist symbols such as the Dharmacakra, the elephant (previous form of the Buddha), the tree under which enlightenment happened, and the burial mound where the Buddha died (obverse). 3rd century BC.

Silver punch-mark coins of the Mauryan empire, bear Buddhist symbols such as the Dharmacakra,
the elephant (previous form of the Buddha), the tree under which
AWAKenment happened, and the burial mound where the Buddha died
(obverse).
3rd century BC
Distribution of the Edicts of Ashoka and Ashokan territorial limits.

Distribution of the Edicts of Ashoka and Ashokan territorial limits.
Greek Late Archaic style capital from Patna (Pataliputra), thought to correspond to the reign of Ashoka, 3rd century BC, Patna Museum (click image for references).
Bilingual edict (Greek and Aramaic) by king Ashoka, from Kandahar - Afghan National Museum. (Click image for translation).

Bilingual edict (Greek and Aramaic) by king Ashoka, from Kandahar - Afghan National Museum.. (Click image for translation) .
Buddhist proselytism at the time of king Ashoka (260

“The legend of King Asoka, A study and translation of the Asokavadana“, John Strong, Princeton Library of Asian translations.





Ashoka’s Major Rock Edict inscription at Girnar


Ashokan Pillar at Vaishali

Ashokan Pillar at Vaishali





This is the famous original sandstone sculpted Lion Capital of Ashoka preserved at Sarnath Museum which was<br />
 originally<br />
 erected around 250 BCE atop an Ashoka Pillar at Sarnath. The angle from which this picture has been taken, minus the inverted bell-shaped lotus flower, has been adopted as the National Emblem of India showing the Horse on the left and the Bull on the right of the Ashoka Chakra in the circular base on which the four Indian lions are standing back to back. On the far side there is an Elephant and a Lion instead. The wheel


This is the famous original sandstone sculpted Lion Capital of Ashoka preserved at Sarnath Museum which was originally erected around 250 BCE atop an Ashoka Pillar at Sarnath. The angle from which this picture has been taken, minus the inverted bell-shaped lotus flower, has been adopted as the National Emblem of India showing the Horse on the left and the Bull on the right of the Ashoka Chakra in the circular base on which the four Indian lions
are standing back to back. On the far side there is an Elephant and a
Lion instead. The wheel “Ashoka Chakra” from its base has been placed
onto the center of the
National Flag of India.



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𝓛𝓔𝓢𝓢𝓞𝓝 4427 Sun 8 May 2022 Buddha’s own words on compassion and kindness towards all living beings
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Buddha’s own words on compassion and kindness towards all living beings

Buddha’s own words on compassion and kindness towards all living beings
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Of
the sects that arose after the Buddha’s death, what we now call
Theravada, the “way of the elders,” is the sole surviving strand. As the
oldest of the three main Buddhist traditions, it is the one most
closely associated with the teachings of the historical Buddha. The
school is rooted in the Tipitaka (Sanskrit, Tripitaka), “the three
baskets,” three collections of texts. Collected in the Tipitaka are some
of the earliest known Buddhist texts: the Suttas (Sanskrit, sutras),
accounts of hundreds of oral teachings given by the Buddha and his
senior disciples; the Vinaya, rules of the monastic order; and the
Abhidhamma (Sanskrit, Abhidharma), later scholarly commentaries on the
teachings. Together they form the Pali canon, a collection of
foundational texts that comprise the doctrinal basis of Theravada.
Theravada
rests on core Buddhist teachings including the four noble truths and
eightfold path to enlightenment, the three jewels (Buddha, dharma, and
sangha), and concepts such as impermanence, non-self, karma, rebirth,
and dependent origination (the co-arising of phenomena), along with
ethical precepts and the meditation practices of samatha (calm abiding)
and vipassana (insight).
Although
the Buddha set out ethical guidelines for lay practitioners, Theravada
is essentially a monastic tradition, emphasizing vows of renunciation
and self-purification. For the Theravadin, the spiritual ideal is the
arahant (Sanskrit, arhat), or “accomplished one,” who through solitary
effort attains nirvana—liberation from the suffering of cyclic existence
that marks samsara, or worldly life. In classical Theravada, a
layperson could become a “stream-enterer”—the first of four levels of
attainment on the path to enlightenment. But the disciplined life of a
monastic was deemed essential to reach the highest level—a non-returner
like the Buddha, whose “final nirvana” experienced at his death freed
him from rebirth.
Theravada
has sometimes been called “Southern Buddhism”: from its origins in
northern India, it fanned out across southern Asia and today remains the
predominant form of Buddhism practiced in Sri Lanka, Myanmar (Burma),
Thailand, Cambodia, and Laos, and it is also practiced in Europe, the
Americas, and beyond.

tricycle.org
What is Theravada Buddhism?
Theravada
Buddhism is the oldest of the three main Buddhist traditions and is
most closely associated with the teachings of the historical Buddha.

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But a noble one produces

An abundance of merit

By having a compassionate mind Towards all living beings.

“Quiet the mind and the soul will speak.”

“What you think, you become. What you feel, you attract. What you imagine, you create.”
“You don’t have a Soul. You are a soul. You have a body.”
“Every morning we are born again. What we do today is what matters most.”
“One moment can change a day, one day can change a life, and one life can change the world.”

“Your mind is a powerful thing. When you start to filter it with positive thoughts your life will start to change.”
“All that we are is the result of what we have thought.

“Health is the greatest gift, contentment the greatest wealth, faithfulness the best relationship.”
“If you knew what I know about the power of giving, you would not let a single meal pass without sharing it in some way.”

“When you realize how perfect everything is you will tilt your head back and laugh at the sky.”
May all beings everywhere be safe and well.

May all beings everywhere be happy and content.

May all beings everywhere be healthy and strong.

May all beings everywhere be peaceful and at ease.

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Buddhism and all beings’ right to life
A
large majority of human beings deny the right to life of animals and
other sentient beings, including insects. Why? (Sentient being is a
living being endowed with mind and consciousness). The late Venerable
Narada Thera in his book titled, Manual of Buddhism, states as follows-
“The tolerance of…

  • 06) ClassicalDevanagari,Classical Hindi-Devanagari- शास्त्रीय हिंदी,


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गौतम बुद्ध : मन को शांत कैसे करें | How To Make Your Mind Peaceful : Gautam Buddha
लेकिन एक नेक का उत्पादन करता है
योग्यता की एक बहुतायत
सभी जीवित प्राणियों के प्रति एक दयालु मन होने से।
“शांत मन और आत्मा बोलेंगे।”
“हम जो कुछ भी सोचते हैं उसका परिणाम है।”
“आपको क्या लगता है आप कया बनेंगे। आप क्या महसूस करते हैं, आप आकर्षित करते हैं। आप क्या कल्पना करते हैं, आप बनाते हैं। ”
“आपके पास एक आत्मा नहीं है। आप एक आत्मा हैं। आपके पास एक शरीर है। ”
“हर सुबह हम फिर से पैदा होते हैं। आज हम जो करते हैं वह सबसे ज्यादा मायने रखता है। ”
“एक पल एक दिन बदल सकता है, एक दिन एक जीवन बदल सकता है, और एक जीवन दुनिया को बदल सकता है।”
“आपका
दिमाग एक शक्तिशाली चीज है। जब आप इसे सकारात्मक विचारों के साथ फ़िल्टर
करना शुरू करते हैं तो आपका जीवन बदलना शुरू हो जाएगा। ”
“स्वास्थ्य सबसे बड़ा उपहार है, सबसे बड़ा धन, सबसे अच्छा रिश्ता विश्वास।”
“यदि
आप जानते हैं कि मैं देने की शक्ति के बारे में क्या जानता हूं, तो आप इसे
किसी तरह से साझा किए बिना एक भी भोजन पास नहीं होने देंगे।”
“जब आपको एहसास होता है कि सब कुछ कितना सही है तो आप अपने सिर को वापस झुकाएंगे और आकाश पर हंसेंगे।”
हर जगह सभी प्राणी सुरक्षित और अच्छी तरह से हो सकते हैं।
हर जगह सभी प्राणी खुश और संतुष्ट हो सकते हैं।
हर जगह सभी प्राणी स्वस्थ और मजबूत हो सकते हैं।
हर जगह सभी प्राणी शांतिपूर्ण और आराम से हो सकते हैं।
बौद्ध धर्म और सभी प्राणियों के जीवन का अधिकार
गौतम बुद्ध : मन को शांत कैसे करें | How To Make Your Mind Peaceful : Gautam Buddha









  • 08) Classical Afrikaans– Klassieke Afrikaans

    Soothing music for meditation. Meditative Mind. Quiet the mind and the soul will speak.
    Maar ‘n edele produseer
    ‘N oorvloed meriete
    Deur ‘n deernisvolle gedagtes te hê teenoor alle lewende wesens.
    ‘Stil die gees en die siel sal praat.’
    ‘Al wat ons is, is die resultaat van wat ons gedink het.’
    ‘Wat jy dink, word jy. Wat jy voel, trek jy aan. Wat jy voorstel, skep jy. ”
    ‘Jy het nie ‘n siel nie. Jy is ‘n siel. Jy het ‘n liggaam. ”
    ‘Ons word elke oggend wedergebore. Wat ons vandag doen, is wat die belangrikste is. ”
    ‘Een oomblik kan ‘n dag verander, eendag kan ‘n lewe verander, en een lewe kan die wêreld verander.’
    ‘U gedagtes is ‘n kragtige ding. As u dit met positiewe gedagtes begin filter, sal u lewe begin verander. ”
    ‘Gesondheid is die grootste geskenk, tevredenheid die grootste rykdom, getrouheid die beste verhouding.’
    ‘As
    u weet wat ek weet van die krag van gee, sou u nie toelaat dat ‘n
    enkele maaltyd verbygaan sonder om dit op een of ander manier te deel
    nie.’
    ‘As jy besef hoe perfek alles is, sal jy jou kop terug kantel en vir die lug lag.’
    Mag alle wesens oral veilig en goed wees.
    Mag alle wesens oral gelukkig en tevrede wees.
    Mag alle wesens oral gesond en sterk wees.
    Mag alle wesens oral rustig en gemaklik wees.
    Boeddhisme en alle wesens se reg op die lewe

Soothing music for meditation. Meditative Mind. Quiet the mind and the soul will speak.


  • 09) Classical Albanian-Shqiptare klasike,

    Por një fisnik prodhon
    Një bollëk meritësh
    Duke pasur një mendje të dhembshur ndaj të gjitha qenieve të gjalla.
    “Qetë mendja dhe shpirti do të flasin.”
    “E gjithë ajo që jemi është rezultat i asaj që kemi menduar.”
    “Ajo që mendoni, bëheni. Ajo që ndiheni, ju tërheq. Çfarë e imagjinoni, ju krijoni. “
    “Ju nuk keni shpirt. Ju jeni një shpirt. Ju keni një trup. “
    “Çdo mëngjes ne kemi lindur përsëri. Ajo që ne bëjmë sot është ajo që ka më shumë rëndësi. “
    “Një moment mund të ndryshojë në ditë, një ditë mund të ndryshojë një jetë, dhe një jetë mund të ndryshojë botën.”
    “Mendja juaj është një gjë e fuqishme. Kur filloni ta filtroni atë me mendime pozitive jeta juaj do të fillojë të ndryshojë. “
    “Shëndeti është dhurata më e madhe, kënaqësia e pasurisë më të madhe, besnikëria marrëdhënia më e mirë.”
    “Nëse
    do të dinit se çfarë di për fuqinë e dhënies, nuk do të lejonit që një
    vakt i vetëm të kalonte pa e ndarë atë në një farë mënyre.”
    “Kur të kuptoni se sa e përsosur është gjithçka, ju do ta ktheni kokën prapa dhe të qeshni në qiell.”
    Të gjitha qeniet kudo kudo të jenë të sigurta dhe mirë.
    Të gjitha qeniet kudo kudo të jenë të lumtur dhe të kënaqur.
    Të gjitha qeniet kudo kudo të jenë të shëndetshëm dhe të fortë.
    Le të jenë të gjitha qeniet kudo të jenë paqësore dhe të lehta.
    Budizmi dhe e drejta e të gjitha qenieve për jetën
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  • 10) Classical Amharic-አንጋፋዊ አማርኛ,
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    ግን አንድ ክቡር የሆነ አንድ ምርት
    የተትረፈረፈ ግርማ
    ለሁሉም ሕያዋን ፍጥረታት ሁሉ ርኅሩኅ አእምሮ በማግኘት.
    “ዝም በል ነፍስም ይናገራል.”
    “እኛ እኛ ብቻ ያለነው ነገር ባሰብነው ውጤት ነው.”
    “እርስዎ የሚመስሉት, ትሆናለህ. ምን እንደሚሰማዎት, ይስማማሉ. የምትታየው ነገር, ትፈጥርላለህ. “
    ነፍስ የለዎትም. ነፍስ ነሽ. አካል አለህ.
    “በየቀኑ ጠዋት እንደገና ተወለድን. ዛሬ የምናደርገው ነገር ጉዳዮች በጣም አስፈላጊ ነው. “
    አንድ ቀን አንድ ቀን ሊለወጥ ይችላል, አንድ ቀን ሕይወት ሊለውጥ ይችላል, እና አንድ ሕይወት ዓለምን ሊለውጠው ይችላል.
    አእምሮህ ኃይለኛ ነገር ነው. በአዎንታዊ ሀሳቦች ማጣራት ሲጀምሩ ሕይወትዎ መለወጥ ይጀምራል. “
    “ጤና ትልቁ ስጦታ, እርካታ ያለው ታላቅ ግንኙነት, ታማኝነት, ታማኝነት ነው.”
    “ስለ የመስጠት ኃይል የማውቀውን ካወቅክ አንድ ምግብ በሆነ መንገድ ሳያጋራ አንድ ምግብ እንዲያልፍ አይፈቅዱም.”
    ሁሉም ነገር ምን ያህል ፍጹም እንደሆነ ሲገነዘቡ ጭንቅላቱን መልሰው ያቆማሉ እና በሰማይ ላይ ሳቁ. “
    በሁሉም ቦታ ሁሉም ፍጥረታት ደህና ይሁኑ እና ደህና ይሁኑ.
    በየትኛውም ቦታ ያሉ ሁሉም ፍጥረታት ደስተኛ እና ይዘቶች ይሁኑ.
    በየትኛውም ቦታ ሁሉም ፍጥረታት ጤናማ እና ጠንካራ ይሁኑ.
    በየትኛውም ቦታ ያሉ ሁሉም ፍጥረታት ሰላማዊ እና ቀላል ይሁኑ.
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  • 11) Classical Arabic-اللغة العربية الفصحى

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    لكن النبيلة تنتج
    وفرة من الجدارة
    من خلال وجود عقل عاطفي تجاه جميع الكائنات الحية.
    “هادئ العقل والروح سوف تتحدث.”
    “كل ما نحن عليه هو نتيجة ما فكرنا فيه.”
    “ماذا تظن انك ستصبح. ما تشعر به ، أنت تجذب. ما تتخيله ، تنشئه “.
    “ليس لديك روح. أنت روح. لديك جسم. “
    “كل صباح نولد مرة أخرى. ما نفعله اليوم هو أكثر ما يهم “.
    “يمكن أن تتغير لحظة واحدة في اليوم ، ويمكن أن يغير يوم واحد من الحياة ، ويمكن أن تغير حياة واحدة من العالم.”
    “عقلك هو شيء قوي. عندما تبدأ في تصفيةه بأفكار إيجابية ، ستبدأ حياتك في التغيير. “
    “الصحة هي أعظم هدية ، والرضا أعظم ثروة ، وإخلاص أفضل علاقة.”
    “إذا كنت تعرف ما أعرفه عن قوة العطاء ، فلن تدع وجبة واحدة تمر دون مشاركتها بطريقة ما.”
    “عندما تدرك كم هو مثالي ، ستميل رأسك إلى الخلف وتضحك على السماء.”
    قد تكون جميع الكائنات في كل مكان آمنة وبصحة جيدة.
    قد تكون جميع الكائنات في كل مكان سعداء ومحتوى.
    قد تكون جميع الكائنات في كل مكان يتمتعون بصحة جيدة وقوية.
    أتمنى أن تكون جميع الكائنات في كل مكان سلميًا وراحة.
    البوذية وجميع الحق في الحياة
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  • 13) Classical Assamese-ধ্ৰুপদী অসমীয়া
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    কিন্তু
    এজন মহৎ ব্যক্তিয়ে উৎপাদন কৰে যোগ্যতাৰ প্ৰাচুৰ্য সকলো জীৱৰ প্ৰতি
    সহানুভূতিশীল মন ৰখাৰ দ্বাৰা। “মন আৰু আত্মাই কথা ক’ব। “আমি যি ভাবিছোঁ তাৰ
    ফলস্বৰূপে আমি সকলো।” “আপুনি যি ভাবে, আপুনি হ’ব। আপুনি কি অনুভৱ কৰে,
    আপুনি আকৰ্ষিত কৰে। আপুনি যি কল্পনা কৰে, আপুনি সৃষ্টি কৰে।” “আপোনাৰ আত্মা
    নাই। আপুনি এজন আত্মা। আপোনাৰ এটা শৰীৰ আছে।” “প্ৰত্যেক ৰাতিপুৱা আমি পুনৰ
    জন্ম গ্ৰহণ কৰোঁ। আজি আমি যি কৰোঁ সেয়াই আটাইতকৈ গুৰুত্বপূৰ্ণ।”
    “এটা
    মুহূৰ্তই দিনসলনি কৰিব পাৰে, এদিনে এটা জীৱন সলনি কৰিব পাৰে, আৰু এটা
    জীৱনে পৃথিৱীখন সলনি কৰিব পাৰে।” “আপোনাৰ মন এটা শক্তিশালী বস্তু। যেতিয়া
    আপুনি ইয়াক ইতিবাচক চিন্তাৰে ফিল্টাৰ কৰিবলৈ আৰম্ভ কৰে তেতিয়া আপোনাৰ
    জীৱন সলনি হ’ব।” “স্বাস্থ্য হৈছে আটাইতকৈ ডাঙৰ উপহাৰ, সন্তুষ্টি সৰ্বাধিক
    সম্পদ, বিশ্বস্ততা সৰ্বশ্ৰেষ্ঠ সম্পৰ্ক।” “যদি আপুনি জানে যে মই দিয়াৰ
    শক্তিৰ বিষয়ে কি জানো, তেন্তে আপুনি কোনো প্ৰকাৰে ভাগ-বতৰা নকৰাকৈ
    এটাআহাৰও পাৰ হ’বলৈ নিদিব।” “যেতিয়া আপুনি অনুভৱ কৰিব যে সকলোবোৰ কিমান
    নিখুঁত আপুনি আপোনাৰ মূৰটো পিছলৈ হেলনীয়া কৰিব আৰু আকাশত হাঁহিব।” সকলো
    জন্তু সুৰক্ষিত আৰু ভাল হওঁক। সকলো জন্তু সুখী আৰু সন্তুষ্ট হওঁক। সকলো
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  • 14) Classical Azerbaijani- Klassik Azərbaycan,


    Ancaq bir nəcib bir istehsal edir
    Bir çox ləyaqət
    Bütün canlılara qarşı mərhəmətli bir düşüncə keçirməklə.
    “Ağlını və ruhu sakitcə danışacaq.”
    “Bütün olduğumuz hər şey düşündüyümüzün nəticəsidir.”
    “Nə düşünürsən, sən olursan. Nə hiss edirsən, cəlb edirsən. Nə təsəvvür edirsən, yaradırsan. “
    “Bir ruhunuz yoxdur. Sən bir ruhsan. Bir bədəniniz var. “
    “Hər səhər yenidən doğuluruq. Bu gün nə etdiklərimiz ən çox vacibdir. “
    “Bir an bir gün dəyişə bilər, bir gün bir həyat dəyişə bilər və bir həyat dünyanı dəyişə bilər.”
    “Ağlınız güclü bir şeydir. Həyatınızın dəyişməyə başlayacaq müsbət düşüncələrlə süzməyə başlayanda. “
    “Sağlamlıq ən böyük hədiyyədir, ən böyük sərvəti, sədaqət ən yaxşı əlaqəsidir.”
    “Verməyin gücü haqqında bildiyimi bilsəydin, bir yeməkdən bir şəkildə paylaşmadan bir yemək keçməsinə icazə verməzdin.”
    “Hər şeyin nə qədər mükəmməl olduğunu başa düşəndə ​​başınızı geri əyəcək və göyə güldürəcəksən.”
    Hər yerdə bütün varlıqlar təhlükəsiz və yaxşı olsun.
    Hər yerdə bütün varlıqlar xoşbəxt və məzmun olsun.
    Hər yerdə bütün varlıqlar sağlam və güclü ola bilər.
    Hər yerdə bütün varlıqlar dinc və rahat olsun.
    Buddizm və bütün varlıqların həyat hüququ-buddha
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