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The Complete Book of Buddha's Lists — Explained


by David N. Snyder, Ph.D.

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Buddha's Lists
Foreword by Ven. Madewala Punnaji, who is the spiritual head of the Buddhist Maha Vihara in Malaysia, taking over from the late K. Sri Dhammananda.

Meditation and the teachings of The Buddha have become increasingly popular in this modern-scientific-information-age.  Personal observations and experience are the cornerstone of modern science and the Buddha’s teachings.  People from all walks of life have found meditation and The Buddha’s teachings helpful for overall health, relaxation, and wisdom.

The Buddha’s path is centered on the Eightfold Middle Path and the many other lists of the Buddha.  In this book the author guides us through this timeless teaching by explaining the meanings and steps. A total of over 600 lists are presented in this book with 29 of the most important ones explained in detail.

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The Dhamma


Dhamma - (Pali, the language of the oldest, original teachings of Buddha)
The Buddha
Some Buddhists take refuge in the Buddha, Dhamma, Sangha (Triple Gem) to show respect and appreciation for the teachings. Even the Buddha had refuge to go to. For him, it is the Dhamma. After enlightenment the Buddha said, “Let me then honor and respect and dwell in dependence on this very Dhamma to which I have fully awakened.” Anguttara Nikaya 4.21

Since the Dhamma is a term for the all-inclusiveness of the teachings, the Buddha emphasized the importance of Dhamma:

Remain with the Dhamma as an island, the Dhamma as your refuge, without anything else as a refuge.” Samyutta Nikaya 47.13 and also at Digha Nikaya 26.

See also the six qualities of the Dhamma.




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Angutarra-Nikaya 3:16 - veggiebuddhists.com
See also Anguttara Nikaya

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