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|when in Vakyapadfya he uttered, "Tapasam uttamam, tapah vyakarawam," His |
concept of grammar was somewhat ... the great Buddha, "If a man who enjoys a
lesser happiness beholds a greater one, let him leave aside the lesser to gain the
|Endurance is one of the most difficult disciplines, but it is to the one who endures |
that the final victory comes. - Buddha If a man who enjoys a lesser happiness
beholds a greater one, let him leave aside the lesser to gain the greater. -
|If confusion is the first step to knowledge, I must be a genius. –Larry Leisner ... |
Doesn't knowing make all the difference? ... If a man who enjoys a lesser
happiness beholds a greater one, let him leave aside the lesser to gain the
|Biondi, Matt Only mediocrity of enjoyment is allowed to man. - Blair, Hugh The |
fact ... Buck, Glen If a man who enjoys a lesser happiness beholds a greater one,
let him leave aside the lesser to gain the greater. - Buddha He has spent his life ...
|Easwaran's introduction to the Dhammapada gives an overview of the Buddha's teachings that is reliable, penetrating, and clear - accessible for readers new to Buddhism, but also with fresh insights and practical applications for readers ...|
|Follow this path and 276 practice meditation; go beyond the power of Mara. All |
created ... 289 21: Varied Verses If a man who enjoys a lesser happiness
beholds a greater one, let him leave aside the 290 lesser to gain the greater. Don
't try to ...
|Epic and neo-classical, minimalist and ultra-modern; at times aggressive and confrontational, at others tender, lyrical, grotesque and comical - this is the closest reproduction of the tone and tenor of the German original available in ...|
|The Lord is ever ready to hear the prayers of hU people : He graciously accept* |
that worahlp or obedience, which they pre- ... let us not be BatiifiVd in exprraiing
our love by worda, and glorying in Him as our Beloved and our Friend : may ' his
love ... forth •ubdulng hia euemlM, and rendering his truth triumphant over error
and Iniquity i whilm every one of them gains daily .... nnd less gardens, in this
greater, are the particular churches, the synagogues of God in the land, Ps. 74 : 8
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|Proud, victorious, heroic are they who set their pride on conquest of the foe |
Arrogance, who overthrow him in all his might, ... Even in great stress the eye is
unconscious of the sense of taste; and so, into whatever straits he may come, he
will not fall ... whether the happiness come or no; but how can he whose
happiness is work itself be happy in doing no work? ... Because of love, or
hunger for gain, and the like, men will not forsake the world; then in order to cast
it aside the wise will lay ...
|It is a striking fact, that the acknowledged uncertainty of life drives worldly men to |
make sure of every thing depending on it ... a soul drawn aside from God by the
alluring baits of a world, which, Uke the treacherous lover of Atalanta, causes him
to ... Nay, in one respect, the danger is greater to him who is the best employed.
... as a state of probation ; if they consider religion j as a school for happiness
indeed, but of which the con- ! summation is ... in the greater, operates also in the