The Tibetan Dhammapada
Gareth Sparham, Beth Lee Simon
Mahayana Publications, 1983 - Religion - 198 pages
33 short chapters in verse on various Buddhist topics: an ideal volume for occasional reflection as well as committed study.
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abandoned abide achieved afflictive emotions aggregates Anathapindika arhat arise attachment attained beauty becomes bhikshus birth bodhicitta body brahmin Buddha Buddhist calm carelessness cause caution Chandrakirti clasps compassion compilation of verses completely conceptualization conduct contamination craving cyclic existence day and night death deeds demons Dhammapada Dharma Dharmatrata doctrine eliminated end of misery equipoise ethics evil faith foe destroyer formless realm four noble truths four truths give gyur happiness Hinayana holy impermanent infantile kusha liberation Listener of Gautama live a day live one hundred Lobsang Gyatso Mahayana master means mental monk who cuts mustard plant nirvana non-virtue objects old serpents shedding one's oneself overcome pain path of meditation peace phenomena pleasure Rajgir realization refers religious person Rockhill selflessness serpents shedding old shedding old skin sorrow stabilization steadfast subdued superior Taming Tathagata three realms Tibetan Tibetan Buddhism twelve links Udanavarga understanding virtue wisdom wise woken wrath wrong