There are four limitless thoughts. What are the four?
- Sympathetic joy,
- And equanimity.
|Eternal treasures of Japan||
Taplow Court Oriental Gallery
Taplow Court Oriental Gallery & Tokyo Fuji Art Museum.
|Taplow: Taplow Court Oriental Gallery||Catalogue of exhibition held in the Taplow Court Oriental Gallery.||702.1||TAP|
|Liberal Jewish prayer book. Vol. 1: services for weekdays, Sabbaths, etc. rev. ed.||London: Union of Liberal & Progressive Synagogues||Judaism|
|The garment of god||
Besant, Annie Wood, 1847-1933.
from the writings of Annie Besant.
|London: Theosophical Publishing Society||169.3||BES / GAR|
|The men beyond mankind: a study of the next step in personal and social evolution||
by Fritz Kunz.
|London: Rider||169.3||KUN / MEN|
|Shobogenzo-zuimonki: sayings of Eihei Dogen Zenji, recorded by Koun Ejo||
translated by Shohaku Okumura.
|Tokyo: Soto-shu Shumucho||188.83||DOG / OKU|
|The philosophy of symbolic forms. Vol. 2: mythical thought||Cassirer, Ernst||New Haven: Yale University Press||118||CAS|
So sor thar pa'i mdo yi mchan 'grel
Commentary on the Pratimoksasutra
mKhan-po gZhan phan Chos-kyi sNang ba.
mKhan-po gZhan phan Chos Kyi Snang ba.
|Delhi: Konchhog Lhadrepa||Reprint. See volume for full contents.||180.94||MKH|
|Nagarjuna from Tibetan and Chinese|
|The philosophy of William James, selected from his chief works||
James, William, 1842-1910.
William James; with an introduction by Horace M. Kallen.
|New York: Random House||133.9||JAM|
|Fragments from the teachings of H.P. Blavatsky||
Blavatsky, H.P. (Helena Petrovna), 1831-1891.
compiled and edited by H. Burford Pratt.
|London: Rider||169.3||BLA / PRA|