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vision_of_the_dhamma_a_collection_of_buddhist_writings_in_english.pdf
vision_of_the_dhamma_a_collection_of_buddhist_writings_in_english.pdfVision of the Dhamma: A Collection of Buddhist Writings in English1305 views44444
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jataka_tales_book_ii.pdf
jataka_tales_book_ii.pdfJataka Tales Book II1105 views44444
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freedom_individual_and_social.pdf
freedom_individual_and_social.pdfFreedom: Individual and Social1499 views44444
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Nothing-is-more-joyless.pdf
Nothing-is-more-joyless.pdf“Nothing is more joyless than selfishness”1911 viewsThese teachings were originally talks given byduring his stay at Wat Pah Nanachat, the International Forest Monastery in the North-East of Thailand, in May 1989. The talks were usually given during the evening meetings, when the Sangha would come together for chanting, meditation and listening to the Dhamma.44444
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gqga2.pdf
gqga2.pdfGood Questions, Good Answers (English)14630 viewsThis is a very popular book on questions and answers on basic Buddhism. Read the answers to questions that people often ask about the Buddha's Teachings with Venerable S. Dhammika. The book covers topics such as What is Buddhism? Basic Buddhist Concepts, Buddhism and the god Idea, The Five Precepts, Rebirth, Meditation, Wisdom and Compassion, Vegetarianism, Good Luck and Fate and Becoming a Buddhist.44444
(27 votes)
lifebuddha.pdf
lifebuddha.pdfThe Buddha, His Life and Teachings4832 viewsThe author, Venerable Mahathera Piyadassi is one of the world's most eminent Buddhist monks, a highly revered teacher of great renown, a indefatigable worker for the Buddha Dhamma. The ages roll by and the Buddha seems not so far away after all; his voice whispers in our ears and tells us not to run away from the struggle but, calm-eyed, to face it, and to see in life ever greater opportunities for growth and advancement.44444
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AHappyMarriedLife.pdf
AHappyMarriedLife.pdfA Happy Married Life - A Buddhist Perspective8054 viewsA good marriage should grow and develop gradually from understanding and not impulse, from true loyalty and not just sheer indulgence. A marriage is a partnership of equality, gentleness, generosity, calm and dedication. Each is complementary to the other; giving strength and moral courage to each other; supporting and appreciating the other in caring and providing for the family.44444
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only_help.pdf
only_help.pdfOnly We Can Help Ourselves3019 viewsKamma is an interesting subject because it concerns everyone and there are many different aspects of it. There are many natural laws that govern our lives but the most important is the law of kamma-vipaka. In a discourse (A.N. 6.63) the Buddha said, Intention, monks, is kamma I say. Having willed, one acts through body, speech and mind. This means that intentional action is kamma, and vipaka is the result or effects of it. The result may ripen immediately, later in this life or in a future life.44444
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ritepath.pdf
ritepath.pdfThe Eightfold Path for the Householder3838 viewsThese teachings are aimed at the householder. Each part of the Eightfold Path is explained in a separate chapter. The tone of the teaching is contemporary and non-technical. The universality and relevance of the Buddha's teaching are illustrated by numerous quotations from more recent luminaries. There are also some useful exercises which enable the reader to experience the truth of these teachings.44444
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fundbud1.pdf
fundbud1.pdfFundamentals of Buddhism6622 viewsThe basic teachings outlined here include: the Life of the Buddha, the Four Noble Truths, the Noble Eightfold Path, Karma, Rebirth, Dependent Origination, The Three Universal Characteristics and The Five Aggregates. Dr Santina also puts Buddhism into its context by describing the pre-Buddhist background and gives an overview of Buddhism from a modern perspective in a very readable way.33333
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