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The Essence of Buddhism By Various Authors
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All beings desire happiness; therefore to all extend your benevolence.—Mahavamsa. Because he has pity upon every living creature, therefore is a man called... More > "holy."—Dhammapada. Like as a mother at the risk of her life watches over her only child, so also let every one cultivate towards all beings a boundless (friendly) mind.—Metta-sutta. Hurt not others with that which pains yourself.—Udanavarga. I cannot have pleasure while another grieves and I have power to help him.—Jatakamala. With pure thoughts and fulness of love, I will do towards others what I do for myself.—Lalita Vistara. If you desire to do something pleasing to me, then desist from hunting forever! The poor poor beasts of the forest, being ... dull of intellect, are worthy of pity for this very reason.—Jatakamala. You will generously follow the impulse of pity, I hope.—Jatakamala.< Less
Universal Buddhism By Karma Palden Sherab
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A collection of Buddhist philosophy, practice and history. I deal for the Beginner with a Christian background.
Universal Buddhism By Karma Palden Sherab
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A collection of Buddhist philosophy, practice and history. I deal for the Beginner with a Christian background.
Buddhism & Hinduism By Dharam Vir Mangla
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This book helps us to understand better the religions like Buddhism, Jainism, Islam and Hinduism. Most of us absurdly think that all the religions are same and have different paths to follow. Many... More > wrongly think that all the Shrines, Stupas and Temples are the place of worship of God. Many are propagating their contradictory doctrines and their heads are tempering their Holy-Books by deleting, editing and adding something; and propagating their founders as God or Lord, while their founders have clearly declared that they are ordinary man or a saint or a ‘son of God’ or an atheist or a non-believer of God. It is a unique spiritual book to throw light on such attempts. It is strange that some non-religions, which do not believe in God, Spirit and soul, are declaring their founders and heads as most spiritual in the world. Can anybody, who does not believe in Spirit or God or does not seek to know the Spirit, be called spiritual? This is a book, which clarifies the most of our inner confusions.< Less
Buddhism & Hinduism By Dharam Vir Mangla
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This book is a rare attempt, which helps us to understand better religions like Buddhism, Jainism, Islam and Hinduism. Most of us absurdly think that all the religions are same and have different... More > paths to follow. This is a biggest lie. Many of us wrongly believe that all religions and their founders believe in God, soul, Scriptures and Moksha. Many also wrongly think that all the Shrines, Stupas and Temples etc. are the places of worship of God. This book reveals that the truth is opposite to our common belief. Due to lack of the knowledge of spiritual terms, most of the authors are confusing the readers by misusing the spiritual terms. This book reveals the correct meaning of terms like Dharma—Religion—Non-religion; Avatara—Saint; Self-realization—Enlightenment—Awakening; Scriptures—Ordinary Books; Logic—Illogic; Mindfulness—Mindlessness; Spiritual—Atheist; Moksha—Nirvana—Liberation etc. All these terms appear alike and are confusing to a layman, but this book clarifies the difference between them.< Less
Celibacy and Buddhism By Suvanna Cullen
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A compilation of writings on celibacy and the spiritual life by contemporary Buddhists.
Esoteric Buddhism By Alfred Percy Sinnett
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Alfred Percy Sinnett was a British journalist and occultist who played an important part in the affairs of the Theosophical Society during its first generation. In the early 1880s A.P. Sinnett... More > corresponded with the Mahatmas Koot Hoomi and Morya. In these letters the Masters gave Sinnett the basic ideas of Theosophy on the constitution of man, the planetary chain, the world periods, life after death in Devachan and Kâma-loka, the progress of humanity, Buddha and Nirvana. In 1883 Mr. Sinnett wrote "Esoteric Buddhism" based on his understanding of these teachings. This classic was the first simple exposition of Theosophy in modern times.< Less
What Is Buddhism? By Brian Taylor
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Buddhism is a method by which one can put an end to the suffering in this world. When we find the whole universe, mind and body, unsatisfactory, and let it go, it falls way from us and we experience... More > total Peace and Happiness. This is a state which has always been there. It is not Death. Death is the end of something. Nibbāna is not the end of anything. It is a state without a beginning and without an end. (10 pages)< Less
Buddhism & Hinduism By Dharam Vir Mangla
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About the Author: Sh. D.V. Mangla, M.Sc. M.Ed. PGDCA, is from University of Delhi. He is religious and extraordinary combination of spiritual and scientific bent of mind. He is practicing... More > ‘Kriya Yoga’ since 1969 & has devoted his life in the pursuit of God, spiritual studies and practicing yoga. He is a scholar of Scriptures, Science, Mathematics, Education and Philosophy & has ability to correlate these. His books are rare masterpieces based upon his spiritual inner experiences and vast studies, which are useful for both believers and non-believers. About The Book: This book is a rare attempt and a masterpiece, which helps us to understand better the religions like Buddhism, Jainism, Islam and Hinduism.This book reveals the correct meaning and the differences between the terms like Dharma—Religion—Non-religion; Avatara—Saint; Self-realization—Enlightenment—Awakening; Scriptures—Ordinary Books; Logic—Illogic; Mindfulness—Mindlessness; Spiritual—Atheist; Moksha—Nirvana—Liberation etc.< Less
BUDDHISM AND DRUGS By Brian Taylor
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Drugs are substances that lead men to carelessness about their own bodies. These become sick and degenerate. Judgement is impaired and men make mistakes in their work, their driving, their... More > relationships wih others. Their families and dependents too are affected by the errors of judgement which result from their carelessness. The Buddha pinpoints that it is the carelessness resulting from taking drugs that causes errors in our thinking and behaviour. This carelessness is avoided if the cause, the drugs themselves are given up. (14 pages)< Less

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