There are four limitless thoughts. What are the four?
- Sympathetic joy,
- And equanimity.
|Anointed to serve: the story of the Assemblies of God||Menzies, William W.|
|Adventist Evangelism in the twentieth century||Weeks, Howard B.|
|Millions now living will never die: a study of Jehovah's Witnesses||Rogerson, Alan|
|Culture and personality aspects of the Pentecostal holiness religion||Wood, William W.|
|The black roots and white racism of early Pentecostalism in the USA||MacRobert, Iain|
|Some stylistic features of the prose portions of Pāli canonical sutta texts and their mnemonic function||
by Mark Allon.
|1994||Presented as thesis (doctoral)--Cambridge University, 1994.||BQ 1115||ALL|
|Buddhism, magic and society in a southern Sri Lankan town||
|1981||Author's PhD thesis, University of Manchester, Oct 1981.||BQ 356||HOD|
|The Sutra of forty-two sections||
Blofeld, John, 1913-1987., Ch Ch'an.
translated into Chinese from Sanskrit by Kasyapa Matanga and Gobharana ; translated into English from the Chinese version by Upasaka Chu Ch'an (John Blofeld).
|The Canterbury papers, 2. Tradition and unity||Cohn-Sherbok, Dan (ed.)|
Saṃkhāra im frühen Buddhismus
Saṃkhāra in early Buddhism
Schumann, Hans Wolfgang
Hans Wolfgang Schumann.
|1995||Reprint. First published : Olten : Walter, 1976.||BQ 4205 .SAM||SCH|