There are four limitless thoughts. What are the four?
- Sympathetic joy,
- And equanimity.
|Karma and rebirth||
by Nyanatiloka Mahâthera.
|Chiang Mai: Buddhist Publication Foundation||Reprinted from The Wheel; 9.||181.4||NYA|
|The worldly evangelicals||Quebedeaux, Richard|
|Smashing the evil and revealing the proper: spoken on behalf of living beings. A critique of The hundred thousand songs of Milarepa||Mi-la-ras-pa, 1040-1123.||unknown||180.984288||MIL / SMA|
|The Raghuvamsha of Kalidasa; with the commentary (the Sanjivani) of Mallinatha. Vol. I: cantos I - VII||
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|
|Morality and religion: articles||
Blavatsky, H.P. (Helena Petrovna), 1831-1891.
by H.P. Blavatsky.
|Los Angeles: Theosophy Company||Selected articles from the Theosophist, Lucifer and the Path.||169.3||BLA / MOR|
|Raphael's astronomical epheremis of the planets' places for ... (12 issues: 1916-1948)||
|London: W. Foulsham||Attributed to Robert C. Smith.||148.8||RAP|
|The economic and social origins of Gnosticism||Green, Henry A.|
|Jehovah's Witnesses: the new world society||Cole, Marley|
Wu, Cheng'en, ca. 1505-1580.
Wu Ch'eng-en; translated from the Chinese by Arthur Waley.
|London: Penguin||Reprint. Translation first published: London: Allen & Unwin, 1942.||923||WU|
|The spirit of the Theosophical Society||
Peace Lodge of the Theosophical Society
Peace Lodge of the Theosophical Society.
|Audenshaw: Peace Lodge of the Theosophical Society||169.3||PEA / SPI|