Title- Handbook of Abhidhamma Studies Volume (3) By Sayadaw U Silananda E-book

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Title- Handbook of Abhidhamma Studies Volume (2) By Sayadaw U Silananda E-book

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Title- Handbook of Abhidhamma Studies Volume (1) By Sayadaw U Silananda E-book

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Title- Buddha’s Tales For Young & Old Volume (2) E-book

From The Storyteller To The Reader

When you read or listen to these very old stories, if you wonder how much is really true, the Buddha gave some advice that might help. He said that when you listen to what a monk says you should test the meaning, weigh or consider it, and depend on your own insides to know the truth of it. Then follow and practice what you know to be true.

 

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Title- Buddha’s Tales For Young & Old Volume (1) E-book

From The Storyteller To The Reader

When you read or listen to these very old stories, if you wonder how much is really true, the Buddha gave some advice that might help. He said that when you listen to what a monk says you should test the meaning, weigh or consider it, and depend on your own insides to know the truth of it. Then follow and practice what you know to be true.

 

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♥♥♥ More Than Heartiest Wishes For The Members & All Beings For Upcoming Year 2019 ♥♥♥

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May 2019 Be Filled With More Charitable Deeds By Cultivating Generosity…..

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May 2019 Be More Peaceful By Observing Unbroken, Intact, Spotless & Unstriped Morality…..

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May 2019 Be Less Defilements Through Eradication 0f Ignorance By Practising Tranquility & Insight Meditation…..

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In Addition, May You All Be Good Lay-devotees Who Could Carry Out Missionary Works For Promotion & Propagation 0f The Noble Sasana…..

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Mere Wishing Cannot Achieve Such Great Effects, You Need To Work For It By Providing The Causes 0r Powerful Attempts With Determination & Unforgetfulness !!!

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Yours Dearest Dhamma Friend

 

Title- The Eightfold Path For The Householder E-book

Contents

✈ Chapter 1. Right Understanding

✈ Chapter 2. Right Attitude

✈ Chapter 3. Right Speech

✈ Chapter 4. Right Action

✈ Chapter 5. Right Livelihood

Chapter 6. Right Effort

✈ Chapter 7. Right Concentration

Chapter 8. Right Awareness

✈ Chapter 9. Hinderances of The Householder

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Title- Dhammapada Stories By Gambhiro Bhikkhu E-book

~~~ Selected Verses From The Dhammapada & The Stories Behind Them, All Depicted In Thirty-two Beautiful Illustractions ~~~

Introduction

 

THE BUDDHIST CANON, otherwise known as the Tipitaka, is the collection of the entire teachings of the Buddha. From out of this vast collection, inspirational verses which touch the essence of what the Buddha taught were compiled and recorded in a book called DHAMMAPADA. These verses, arranged under twenty-six chapters with such headings as the Wise, Mindfulness, and Happiness are part of the earliest extant records of words uttered by the Buddha himself.

 

There are 423 verses in the Dhammapada, and behind each one of them is a story which bears a lesson of great moral value whether they concern such human flaws as pride and greed, or such virtues as compassion and generosity. It is primarily for this reason that for centuries throughout Southeast Asia, the Dhammapada stories have been used by parents to instruct and entertain their children and have been recounted by monks to inspire and enlighten those who came to seek their guidance.

 

As to whether the stories are really based on historical fact or merely the products of vividly imaginative minds, discussion still goes on, but it is evident that the stories may not be entirely precise in detail nor free from exaggeration. One is nevertheless advised to keep an open mind in order to be able to appreciate the moral lessons the stories are trying to convey. In any case, even those who do doubt their authenticity would have to agree that the lessons they teach provide food for reflection which may consequently give a whole new direction to the way one thinks and lives. Moreover, because the Buddha always suited his teachings to the age, temperament, character, and mental state of his listeners, one may just be able to identify with any of the characters that are depicted in the Dhammapada stories and benefit from that identification.

 

In addition, the Dhammapada stories are a valuable source of information regarding the personality of the Buddha himself: his temperament—the Buddha was always calm, patient and compassionate (no instance can be cited where the Buddha ever displayed any anger or spoke harshly); his great humility—he accepted food even from lowly servants and slaves, sometimes food that had already been partially eaten; his wisdom and skill in teaching—he was able to uproot the deep-seated unwholesome attitudes of even his most abusive and stubborn accusers and bring them to accept Right View.

 

“It is impossible to estimate how many human beings have refrained from telling a lie, killing an insect, spreading a rumor, or taking what is not given, by calling to mind a story from the Dhammapada at the right moment. If the world has experienced moments of compassion and wisdom in the face of greed, hatred, and delusion, the Dhammapada must be given its due share of credit for it.”

 

No doubt the Dhammapada will continue to be a source of inspiration and edification to all who seek spiritual upliftment within its pages.

 

I do believe you all would be able to extract morale of these stories and get moral benefits from these; then my efforts wouldn’t be in vain!

 

 

 

Contents

 

☢ Introduction

 

☢ Acknowledgement

☢ The Lady and the Ogress

☢ The Cruel Butcher

☢ The Scholar Monk and the Arahat 

☢ Mindfulness Means Life

☢ The Wandering Mind

☢ The Fickle-Minded Monk

☢ The Monk Whose Body Stunk

☢ A Father who became a Mother

☢ The Cure for Death

☢ Bilalapadaka, The Selfish Rich Man

☢ The Wise Merchant

☢ The Innocent Monk

☢ The Unfortunate Hunter

☢ Kamma is Inescapable

☢ The Self-Pampered Monk

☢ Bhikkhu or Brahmana?

☢ Not Even for Free

☢ The Impermanence of Beauty

☢ Practise What You Preach

☢ The Pregnant Bhikkhuni

☢ The Necklace of Fingers

☢ The Cloth Baby

☢ The Power of Loving Kindness

☢ The Diligent Do Not Sleep

☢ The Great Pretenders

☢ The Ungrateful Sons

☢ Sainthood on Top of a Pole

☢ Alms-food is Alms-food

☢ The Abusive Brothers

 

 

 

 

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Title- Buddhism & Vegetarianism By Ven Nandamalabhivamsa E-book

To The Readers

This article was formerly prepared as a dissertation paper to be submitted in fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree of Master in Research to the University of Kelaniya in Sri Lanka. Highlighted here is the Buddhist Perspective on Vegetarianism with reference to Pali Texts.

Nowadays, all over the world, there appear many people who follow the practice of Vegetarianism yet are found to hold different views. Some become vegetarians on account of their health conditions whereas for most people, such practice is based on their religious beliefs.

In this context, there may be different ideas on how they follow this practice. How people make a decision on consuming food as regards to the life of the animals? Basically, vegetarians can be classified into different categories. Some vegetarians consume eggs but not milk whereas others avoid eating eggs but drink milk. Still some people abstain from partaking any food products of animals such as milk, eggs, etc. but love to use materials made from animal skins. In other cases, they refrain from either consuming or using any products of animals.

According to Theravada Buddhism, its adherents are neither encouraged nor insisted to be a vegetarian.

Since it is not a compulsory practice, neither vegetarians are praised nor are non-vegetarians to be blamed. The purpose of consuming food in Buddhism is to sustain one’s life and body, while partaking any kind of food which should be blameless and to remove craving for food.

As Buddhism emphasized on Majjhima patipada (Middle Way) as its one and only practice to attain final liberation, it wisely advises its adherents to avoid extremes (anta).

The Omniscient Buddha expounded His followers to avoid any food which is unwholesome; the food which is wholesome but blameworthy; to refrain from ordering the killing of animals as he accumulates demerit and finally to remove wrong view about being a non-vegetarian which is blameworthy.

This article attempts to convey the original essence of the Buddha’s teachings as regards to Vegetarianism. May the readers realize the true perspective of being a good Vegetarian.

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