There are four limitless thoughts. What are the four?

  • Love,
  • Compassion,
  • Sympathetic joy,
  • And equanimity.
The Buddha


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The Parable Sutra (T 217.4.801) Patton, Charles

translated into Chinese by I-ching; translated from Chinese into English by Charles Patton.
Internet 183.19 AVA / PAT
The Raghuvamsha of Kalidasa; with the commentary (the Sanjivani) of Mallinatha. Vol. I: cantos I - VII Kalidasa

with a literal translation into English, copious notes in Sanskrit and English and various readings etc. etc. by Moreshwar Ramchandra Kale.
Bombay: Sharadakridan Press 929.88 RAG / KAL
Sathya Sai speaks. Vol. 5: discourses of Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba Sai Baba

compiled by N. Kasturi.
Prasanthi Nilayam: Sri Sathya Books & Publications Trust 168.08 BAB
Why meditation? Piyananda, Bhikkhu

Bhikkhu Piyadasa.
Bangalore: Buddha Vacana Trust Reprint. First published: Kuala Lumpur: Buddhist Missionary Service, 1974 181.9 PIY
Koryo Buddhist paintings
internet 702.09821 KOR
Mindfulness meditation made easy (includes CD). Rev. ed. Dhammasami, Khammai, 1964-

Venerable Dr. Khammai Dhammasami.
Bangkok 181.9 VIP / DHA
Cikshâsamuccaya: a compendium of Buddhistic teaching compiled by Cântideva, chiefly from earlier Mahâyâna-sûtras Santideva (ed. Cecil Bendall)
Osnabrück: Biblio Verlag
Notices of Chinese Buddhism Edkins, Joseph

by Rev. J. Edkins.
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Theosophy and the Theosophical Society Theosophical Society

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London: Theosophical Society in England 169.3 THE
Great personalities on Buddhism Dhammananda, K. Sri

by Ven. K. Dhammananda Thera.
Kuala Lumpur: Buddhist Missionary Society 180 DHA