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The Sacred Books and Early Literature of the East: With Historical Surveys ...
Charles Francis Horne
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The Sacred Books and Early Literature of the East: With an Historical Survey ...
Charles Francis Horne
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Agni Anasuya Arjuna asked Atharva Veda beautiful Bhagavad Gita Bhima birth BOOK Brahman breath chariot child clouds Crow Damanaka daughter dear death deeds Deer desire divine dost doth Draupadi Duryodhana Dushyanta dwelling earth elephants entered evil eyes faith father fear Gautami gods Golden-skin Goose hast hath hear heart heaven hermitage hermits heroes Hindu hither holy honor husband hymns immortal Indra Jackal Jewel-plume Kanwa Karataka Kasyapa King Silver-sides knowledge Krishna light Lion live looking Lord Mahabharata Majesty Maruts Matali Mathavya meditation mighty mind Nakiketas Nakula never Pandavas passion peace penance praise priest Prince Raja replied Rig-Veda rites Rudra sacred sacrifice sage Sakuntala Sanskrit senses shalt Sire Slow-toes Soma soul spake speech spirit sweet thee thine things thou art thought thyself tree true truth unto Upanishad Vayu Vedas Vishnu Vulture wealth wife wisdom wise words worship Yama Yudhishthira
Page 67 - In the whole world there is no study, except that of the originals, so beneficial and so elevating as that of the Upanishads. It has been the solace of my life, it will be the solace of my death.
Page 125 - Never the spirit was born ; the spirit shall cease to be never; Never was time it was not ; End and Beginning are dreams ! Birthless and deathless and changeless remaineth the spirit for ever ; Death hath not touched it at all, dead though the house of it seems...
Page 154 - What is made is Mine ! But them that worship Me with love, I love; They are in Me, and I in them ! Nay, Prince! If one of evil life turn in his thought Straightly to Me, count him amidst the good; He hath the high way chosen ; he shall grow Righteous ere long; he shall attain that peace Which changes not.
Page 111 - He is my self within the heart, smaller than a corn of rice, smaller than a corn of barley, smaller than a mustard seed, smaller than a canary seed or the kernel of a canary seed.
Page 82 - Fools dwelling in darkness, wise in their own conceit, and puffed up with vain knowledge, go round and round, staggering to and fro, like blind men led by the blind. 6. ' The hereafter never rises before the eyes of the careless child, deluded by the delusion of wealth. " This is the world," he thinks, " there is no other " — thus he falls again and again under my sway.
Page 124 - Indestructible, Learn thou! the Life is, spreading life through all; It cannot anywhere, by any means, Be anywise diminished, stayed, or changed. But for these fleeting frames which it informs With spirit deathless, endless, infinite, They perish. Let them perish, Prince! and fight! He who shall say, "Lo! I have slain a man!
Page 172 - To serve only the Highest, night and day Musing on Me - him will I swiftly lift Forth from life's ocean of distress and death Whose soul clings fast to Me. Cling thou to Me! Clasp Me with heart and mind! so shalt thou dwell Surely with Me on high. But if thy thought Droops from such height; if thou be'st weak to set Body and soul upon Me constantly, Despair not! give Me lower service!
Page 162 - Into one vast shape, and be Visible, and viewed, and blended In one Body — subtle, splendid, Nameless— th' All-comprehending God of Gods, the Never-Ending Deity ! • But, sore amazed, Thrilled, o'erfilled, dazzled, and dazed, Arjuna knelt ; and bowed his head, And clasped his palms ; and cried, and said...