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|He who dreams . . . does not know he is dreaming . . . only when he awakens |
does he know he has dreamt. But there is also the ... Meng-tzu, a sacred text of
Confucianism The Buddhas do but tell the Way, it is for you to swelter at the task.
|“The Buddhas do but tell the way; it is for you to swelter at the task.” Siddhărtha |
Gautama Buddha The last day of October – the day of Samhain – dawned crisp
and bright and the streets around the Citadel walls were full of hustle and bustle,
|Quotes by Buddha from QuotationsBook.com Siddhartha Gautama (Buddha) was |
a spiritual teacher from the ancient Indian subcontinent and the historical founder
of ... Buddha The Buddhas do but tell the way; it is for you to swelter at the task.
|Bernstein, Al You have to give 100 percent in the first half of the game. If that isn't |
enough, in the second half, you have to give what is left. - Berra, Yogi The ...
Browning, Robert The Buddhas do but tell the way; it is for you to swelter at the
|Chapter 13 Leading a Life of Meaning “...the secret of man's being is not only to |
live...but to live for something definite. Without a firm notion of what we are ...
Viktor Frankl190 “The Buddhas do not tell the way; it is for you to swelter at the
|... up by one's own boot-straps, as the saying goes. 'The Buddhas do but tell the |
way, it is for you to swelter at the task', says the Dhammarada. But it soon turned
out that this austere gospel of self-service cannot be everyone's cup of tea.
|All the same, it is not a counsel of laziness, of inaction; for, The Buddhas but tell |
the way, it is for you to swelter at the task'. ... Did Odysseus realise the depth of
his attainment when he chose to call himself Nobody, or was he merely being ...
|If the Buddha identifies himself with the Eternal Law, this means that he cannot |
sin ; he is no longer “ under the Law," but being himself the Law can onl act
accordingly, and we find amongst the inter retations 0 the epithet ' Thuscome " or
“ Truth-finder " that “ as he says, so he does." But for those who are still Wayfarers
|The Buddha says : 'I leave you, I depart, having made the self my refuge.'1 The |
voice of Spirit in us must be satisfied. The Buddhas do but tell the way, it is for
each one of us to swelter at the task.* The Buddha's authority, mahdpadesa, rests
|the Himalayas before the blooming of the Hellenic genius, should have |
preserved its fruitful purity, its delicious ... The Buddha says : 'I leave you, 1 depart
, having made the self my refuge. ... The Buddhas do but tell the way, it is for each
one of us to swelter at the task.2 The Buddha's authority, mahapadesa rests on
his own ...