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bmDamaStory.pdf
bmDamaStory.pdfDhammapada Stories8710 viewsSelected verses from the Dhammapada, all depicted with thirty-two beautiful illustrations. This collection is a great introduction to the Dhammapada and has been carefully compiled and edited for the younger reader by Gambhiro Bhikkhu. [126 pages]
children.pdf
children.pdfLove Your Children the Right Way4956 viewsI composed this book when I was in Chiang Mai, where I lived for 10 years. In my work there, I observed many parents who had children but knew nothing about how to raise there beloved children properly so that they would grow to be good citizens of the nation. When I thought about this matter, I started writing an article concerning parents responsibility in raising their children - Panyananda Bhikkhu.
DeadNightEng.pdf
DeadNightEng.pdfIn the Dead of Night2680 viewsI had been driving all day on a long, lonely, dusty road. Night had already fallen when I decided to rest. I still had a long way to go and I felt very tired. This book deals with people's fear and emotions with some scary, but humorous illustrations by Joel Israel. [42 pages]
jataka_p.pdf
jataka_p.pdfBuddhist Tales for Young & Old (Vol. 2)3996 viewsThis is the illustrated version of Buddhist Tales for Young and Old (volume 2), with line drawings by John Patterson, which are suitable for colouring in.
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jataka_t.pdfBuddhist Tales for Young & Old (Vol. 2)2593 viewsThis is the second volume of fifty stories from the Jataka Tales - Buddhist Tales for Young and Old, interpreted by Ven. Kurunegoda Piyatissa, Maha Thera and told by Todd Anderson. These stories are not scholarly word-for-word translations as have been done by others. Rather these tales have been rewritten in modern English understandable by western readers. By reading these stories, children and adults can develop their knowledge and learn how to face the difficulties of modern life.
jataka_tv1.pdf
jataka_tv1.pdfBuddhist Tales for Young & Old (Vol. 1)3524 viewsFifty stories from the Jataka Tales - Prince Goodspeaker. Interpreted by Ven. Kurunegoda Piyatissa, Maha Thera and told by Todd Anderson. The Jataka stories, over millennia, have been seminal to the development of many civilisations, the cultivation of moral conduct and good behaviour, the growth of a rich and varied literature in diverse parts of the world and the inspiration for paintings, sculpture and architecture of enduring aesthetic value. The Buddha himself used Jataka stories to explain concepts like karma and rebirth and to emphasize the importance of moral values.
jtwebv1p.pdf
jtwebv1p.pdfBuddhist Tales for Young & Old (Vol. 1)2914 viewsThis is an illustrated version of Buddhist Tales for Young and Old (volume 1), with line drawings by John Patterson, which are suitable for colouring in.
screenrahula.pdf
screenrahula.pdfRahula Leads the Way2117 viewsThe Adventures of Leo: a delightful Buddhist story that describes the adventures the little boy Leo has when he meets the young monk Rahula. Thanks to Rahula's monk's training and good sense, Leo learns how to be the best little boy possible.
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screenrahula.pdfRahula Leads the Way1726 viewsRahula leads the Way [Print version only]. The Adventures of Leo: a delightful Buddhist story that describes the adventures the little boy Leo has when he meets the young monk Rahula. Thanks to Rahula's monk's training and good sense, Leo learns how to be the best little boy possible.
seeding.pdf
seeding.pdfSeeding the Heart2345 viewsTo learn about the radiating of loving-kindness to all beings with children, we have to tap into the store of knowledge accumulated by lay people and parents. It must be knowledge which has grown out of years of living and loving with children and young adults. Gregory Kramer, father of three boys, shows us here with subtle but precise adjustments in the standard practice of loving-kindness meditation he was able to anchor it in the lives of his children.
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