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Reflections...Clear Vision
Reflections...Clear Vision
Reflections...Clear Vision
Reflections...Clear Vision
Reflections...Clear Vision
Reflections...Clear Vision
Reflections...Clear Vision
Reflections...Clear Vision
Reflections...Clear Vision
Reflections...Clear Vision
Reflections...Clear Vision
Reflections...Clear Vision
Reflections...Clear Vision
Reflections...Clear Vision
Reflections...Clear Vision
Reflections...Clear Vision
Reflections...Clear Vision
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A Power Point Presentation of some selected quotes from the Buddhist Scriptures for Reflection as one walks to Path to Peace and Liberation.

A Power Point Presentation of some selected quotes from the Buddhist Scriptures for Reflection as one walks to Path to Peace and Liberation.

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  • 1. Reflections... Clear Vision
  • 2. Speak harshly to none, for those thus spoken to might retort. Indeed angry speech hurts, and retaliation is painful. Dhammapada 133
  • 3. Hate brings great misfortune, hate churns up and harms the mind; this fearful danger lies deep within, most people understand this not. Itivuttaka 88
  • 4. Let none deceive another or despise anyone anywhere, or through anger or irritation wish for another to suffer. Sutta Nipata
  • 5. With goodwill for the entire cosmos, cultivate a boundless heart: above, below and all around, unobstructed, without hostility or hate. Sutta Nipata
  • 6. If you hold yourself dear, then don’t fetter yourself with evil, for happiness isn’t easily gained by one who commits a wrong. Samyutta Nikaya
  • 7. Though one may conquer a thousand times a thousand men in battle, yet he indeed is the Noblest victor who conquers himself. Dhammapada 103
  • 8. The past should not be followed after and the future not desired; what is past is dead and gone and the future is yet to come. Majhima Nikaya
  • 9. Good it is to train the mind so swiftly moving, grasping whatever. Good it is to have a well-trained mind for a well-trained mind brings ease. Dhammapada 35
  • 10. By evil, is one defiled; by avoiding evil, is one cleansed. Purity and impurity are one’s own doing: no one purifies another. Dhammapada 165
  • 11. “ Impermanent are all phenomena.” When one perceives this with true insight, then one becomes detached from stress: this is the path of purity. Dhammapada 277
  • 12. Live without covetous greed, fill your mind with benevolence. Be mindful and one-pointed, inwardly stable and concentrated. Anguttara Nikaya
  • 13. From craving arises grief, from craving arises fear. For one who is free of craving there is no grief. So how fear? Dhammapada 215
  • 14. Of all the fragrances – sandal, tagara, blue lotus and jasmine – the frangrance of virtue is the sweetest. Dhammapada 55
  • 15. How ugly is the angry man? His sleep is without peace. Despite his wealth he is poor; filled with anger he wounds by speech and deed. Anguttara Nikaya
  • 16. According to the seed that is sown, so is the fruit you reap therefrom. The doer of good gathers good, The doer of evil, evil. Samyutta Nikaya
  • 17. Ever grows the glory of him who is energetic, mindful and pure in conduct, discerning and self-controlled, righteous and heedful. Dhammapada 24
  • 18. Do not be attached to one view and look down upon the views of others as inferior. This the wise man calls a mental hindrance. Sutta Nipata
  • 19. Beings fall not to unhappy states through loss of relatives, wealth, or health. Beings fall to unhappy states through loss of virtue and right view. Digha Nikaya
  • 20. The End May All Beings Grow In Wisdom And Compassion! With Metta, Bro. Oh Teik Bin

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