Buddhism Gautama Buddha - The Dhammapada by Gautama Buddha

By Gautama Buddha

Listed here are the phrases of the Buddha himself, surroundings forth his middle ideals. This books leads us to the religious route to the ultimate fact. here's the consultant to the Nirvana. This books is crucial rfile of the Buddhism faith. event all 423 verses of the Buddha and observe the essence of enlightenment.

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Consequently offerings to those free from desire are of great fruit. 356 Weeds are the blight of fields. Anger is the blight of mankind. Consequently offerings to those free from anger are of great fruit. 357 Weeds are the blight of fields. Delusion is the blight of mankind. Consequently offerings to those free from delusion are of great fruit. 358 Weeds are the blight of fields. Self-seeking is the blight of mankind. Consequently offerings to those free from self-seeking are of great fruit. 359 25.

The bhikkhu who has transcended the five fetters is said to be "crossed over the flood". 370 Meditate, bhikkhu, don't be careless, don't let your mind take pleasure in the senses. Don't have to swallow the iron ball for being careless. Don't have to cry out, "This is terrible" as you burn. 371 There is no meditation without wisdom, and there is no wisdom without meditation. When a man has both meditation and wisdom, he is indeed close to nirvana. 372 When he has gone off to a lonely building, the bhikkhu whose mind is at peace experiences a more than human joy, when he recognises the supreme Truth.

So is restraint of speech. Restraint of mind is good, and so is restraint in everything. The bhikkhu who is restrained in everything, is freed from all suffering. 361 Restrained of hand, restrained of foot, restrained of speech and restrained in his highest faculty, with his joy turned inwards, his mind still, alone and contented -- that is what they call a bhikkhu. 362 When a bhikkhu is restrained of tongue, quotes wise sayings, and is peaceful, expounding both letter and spirit -- his speech is good to hear.

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