There are four limitless thoughts. What are the four?

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


Title Author Publisher Yearsort descending Notes Class Code Shelf Loan Copy
Sanskrit-Tibetan-English vocabulary: being an edition and translation of the Mahāvyutpatti. Parts I and II Körösi Csoma, Sándor, 1784-1842.

Alexander Csoma de Körös ; part II edited by E. Denison Ross and M.M. Satish Chandra Vidyabhusana.
Calcutta : Asiatic Society of Bengal Offprint, Memoirs of the Asiatic Society of Bengal, vol. IV (20), pp.129-25. 183.03 MAH / KOR
Buddhist holy days: three discourses on their significance Vichitr Tissadatto Phra.

by the Venerable Phra Maha Vichitr Tissadatto.
London: Buddhapadipa Temple 186.1 VIC / BUD
Lords and lamas: a solitary expedition across the secret Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan Peissel, Michel
The varieties of religious experience : a study in human nature James, William, 1842-1910.

by William James.
New York : Random House First published : New York : Longmans, Green, 1902. 133.9 JAM
Thus spake Zarathustra: a book for everyone and no one Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhem, 1844-1900.

Friedrich Nietzsche; translated from the German with an introduction by R.J. Hollingdale.
London: Penguin Reprint. This edition first published: 1969. 134.9 NIE / HOL
The veil of gold: a play in three acts Delaire, Jean

by Jean Delaire.
London: Theosophical Publishing House (London) 169.3 DEL / VEI
Milindapanha and Nagasenabhikshusutra: a comparative study through Pali and Chinese sources Minh Chau, Thich

by Bhikkhu Thich Minh Chau.
Calcutta: Firma K.L. Mukhopadhyay 183.016 MIL / MIN
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
Theosphical comment: 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 / THE
Empty cloud: the teachings of Xu Yun = Hsü-Yün lao ho shang chia yen lu; and, a remembrance of the great Chinese Zen master Xuyun, d. 1959.

by Jy Din Sakya; as related to Chuan Yuan Shakya and Upasaka Richard Cheung.
Taipei: Corporate Body of the Buddha Educational Foundation Reprint. 188.8222 XUY