There are four limitless thoughts. What are the four?

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

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Buddhist Himalaya Snelling, David

by David Snellgrove.
Oxford: Cassirer 182.229 SNE
Between religion and ideology: Judaism and modernization on the religious kibbutz. Thesis Fishman, Aryei

Aryei Fishman.
Unpublished thesis. 199.2 FIS
The Patna Congress and the "man" Rhys Davids, Caroline Augusta Foley, 1858-1942.

by C.A.F. Rhys Davids.
London : Royal Asiatic Society Offprint, Journal of The Royal Asiatic Society, January 1929, pp.27-36. 182.25 DAV
Experience and conduct Krishnamurti, J. (Jiddu), 1895-1986.

J. Krishnamurti.
Eerde, NL: Star Publishing Trust "This talk was given at the Ommen Camp 1930 and broadcasted by radio." Foreword. 169.3 KRI / EXP
Theosophical manual for parents, and leaders of groups. A technique of teaching Theosophy to small children (plus drawings) Mothers' Research Group, Theosophical Society of America

Mothers' Research Group.
? 169.3 MOT / THE
Mental culture in Buddhism (based on the Mahasatipatthanasutta) Silva, Lily de

Prof. (Mrs) Lily de Silva.
Sri Lanka: Roslyn Perera Jayewardene Trust 181.022 SIL
Le chant de l'energie de Nyag-bla Padma bDud-dul Namkhai Norbu, 1938-

Namkhai Norbu Rinpoche; translated by Nicole Blini and Giorgio Brunacci.
France: Communauté Dzog-chen extrait de Orientali Josephi Tucci Memoriae Dicat. 1988. 180.9811 DZO / NAM
An introduction to Buddhism Saddhatissa, Hammalawa

by Ven. Dr. H. Saddhātissa.
London : Buddhist Society Reprint. 181.022 SAD
Essays and addresses on Jainism Jain, C.R.

C.R. Jain.
Delhi: - 168.1 JAI
The awakening of faith in the Mahayana, and its commentary, The principle and practice of Mahayana Buddhism Asvaghosa.

Asvaghosa; translated for the first time from the Chinese version by Teitaro Suzuki.
Taipei: SMC Publishing Reprint. First published: Chicago: Open Court, 1900. 183.9 ASV / SUZ

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