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able according activities Ananda anattā annihilation antecedent condition arises ascetic Atman attained become bhikkhu birth bliss body endowed boundless Brahmin Buddha called cause clear cognition complete conception conditioned consciousness consequence consists contemplation corporeal form corporeal organism course death deed deliverance dependence desire Digha Nikaya direct disciples Discourse doctrine element entirely eternal everything Exalted existence five groups fundamental Gotama grievous groups of grasping holy inclinations insight kind king knowledge living look Majjhima Nikaya Māra means mental mentation mind motions Nagasena Nibbāna object odours organ of thought organs of sense ourselves painful Pāli path penetrate perceive perfect perishes personality possible precisely present processes pure question Rahula realm reason rebirth recognize regard reverend Right Concentration rūpa Samsara Sankhārā Sariputta Schopenhauer sensation and perception six realms six senses six senses-machine suffering thereby therewith things thinking thirst touch transitory Vacchagotta Vi˝˝āna whole words Yamaka ye monks
Page 403 - Think not that I am come to send peace on earth: I came not to send peace, but a sword. For I am come to set a man at variance against his father, and the daughter against her mother, and the daughter in law against her mother in law. And a man's foes shall be they of his own household.
Page 17 - Malunkyaputta, does not depend on the dogma that the world is eternal; nor does the religious life, Malunkyaputta, depend on the dogma that the world is not eternal. Whether the dogma obtain, Malunkyaputta, that the world is eternal, or that the world is not eternal, there still remain birth, old age, death, sorrow, lamentation, misery, grief, and despair, for the extinction of which in the present life I am prescribing.
Page 166 - ... mean or exalted, far or near, the correct view in the light of the highest knowledge is as follows: This is not mine; this am I not; this is not my Ego.
Page 154 - Your majesty, you are a delicate prince, an exceedingly delicate prince; and if, your majesty, you walk in the middle of the day on hot sandy ground, and you tread on rough grit, gravel, and sand, your feet become sore, your body tired, the mind is oppressed, and the body-consciousness suffers. Pray, did you come afoot, or riding?" "Bhante, I do not go afoot: I came in a chariot.
Page 100 - There is no such thing as alms or sacrifice or offering. There is neither fruit nor result of good or evil deeds. There is no such thing as this world or the next. There is neither father nor mother, nor beings springing into life without them.
Page 50 - There are in this body: hair of the head, hair of the body, nails, teeth, skin, flesh, sinews, bones, marrow, kidneys, heart, liver, pleura, spleen, lungs, intestines, mesentery...
Page 37 - Birth is suffering; old age is suffering; disease is suffering ; death is suffering ; sorrow and misery are suffering...
Page 243 - And he lets his mind pervade one quarter of the world with thoughts of pity, sympathy, and equanimity, and so the second, and so the third, and so the fourth. And thus the whole wide world, above, below, around, and everywhere, does he continue to pervade with heart of pity, sympathy, and equanimity, far-reaching, grown great, and beyond measure.
Page 156 - Thoroughly well, your majesty, do you understand a chariot. In exactly the same way, your majesty, in respect of me, Nagasena is but a way of counting, term, appellation, convenient designation, mere name for the hair of my head, hair of my body . . . brain of the head, form, sensation, perception, the predispositions, and consciousness. But in the absolute sense there is no Ego here to be found. And the priestess Vajira, your majesty, said as follows in the presence of The Blessed One: — " 'Even...