There are four limitless thoughts. What are the four?
- Sympathetic joy,
- And equanimity.
|The Parable Sutra (T 217.4.801)||
translated into Chinese by I-ching; translated from Chinese into English by Charles Patton.
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Stok, J.E. van der
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|Huizen: International Theosophical Centre||169.3||STO / PLA|
|The truth through Theosophy||
Besant, Annie Wood, 1847-1933.
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|Buddhism: the wisdom of compassion and awakening||
Venerable Master Chin Kung; edited by Silent Voices.
|Taiwan: Corporate Body of the Buddha Educational Foundation||188.61||CHI|
|Special meditation issue||
Middle Way, Journal of the Buddhist Society
|London: Buddhist Society||181.9||MID|
|An approach to the study of The secret doctrine||
by Joy Mills.
|Wheaton, Ill: Theosophical Society in America||169.3||SEC / MIL|
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|Early Buddhist jurisprudence (Theravada Vinaya-laws)||
Bhagvat, Durga N.
by Durga N. Bhagvat.
|New Delhi: Cosmo||Reprint.||183.011||VIN / BHA|
|A classical dictionary; containing a copious account of the principal proper names mentioned in ancient authors; with the value of coins, weights, and measures used among the Greeks and Romans; and a chronological table||
Lempriere, John, 1765?-1824.
by J. Lempriere.
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