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His Indian heritage, literary gifts, and spiritual sensibilities which have given us excellent translations of Hinduism's Upanishads and Bhagavad Gita here produce a sublime rendering of the words of the Buddha. Translating bala as "immature" gives all of us the benefit of the doubt" p. Verse after verse shimmers with quiet, confident authority;" : Does nirvana really exist, and if so, what is it like to be illumined?
That said, I didn't care as much for this book. I would think there would be better books out there for those learning about Buddhism. Easwaran is a master storyteller, and the introduction includes many stories that make moving, memorable reading, bringing young Siddhartha and his heroic spiritual quest vividly to life.
Buddha's Brain Richard Mendius. Cancel reply Enter hdammapada comment here That some exswaran the Upanishads had come into form prior to his time is certain; that some evolved after him is also certain.
What is life for? His book Passage Meditation originally titled Meditation has sold overcopies since it was first published in Concerning the Buddha, Easwaran writes on p. This is patently false. This book is essentially Easwaran's commentary on certain verses from the Dhammapada which he explains using anecdotes from his own and Buddha's life.
I liked the rather long introduction by Easwaran, which delineated various key points of Buddhism, the separate introductions to each chapter, by a colleague of Easwaran they were very helpful in explaining the rather terse text chaptersand the text chapters themselves, translated by Easwaran -- very succinct and powerful Reading this was a great experience. You've successfully reported this review.
Nobody teaches us these things, and Easwaran breaches questions that might have not even been evoked in our minds until we read the explanations and directions. Both US editions of The Dhammapada contain Easwaran's general introduction, followed by his translations from the original Pali of the Dhammapada's 26 chapters. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Verse after verse shimmers with quiet, confident authority.
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Join 83 other followers Blog Stats 64, hits Advertisements. It contains Easwaran's translation of the Dhammapadaa Buddhist scripture traditionally ascribed to the Buddha dhammapasa.
Mud and Water Arthur Braverman. It is humorous to see atheist Buddhists whining about a theistic Buddhist interpretation.
Eknath Easwaran, translator of the best-selling edition of the Dhammapada, sees this powerful scripture as a perfect map for the spiritual journey. Nobody teaches us these things, and Easwaran breaches questions that might have not even been evoked in our minds until we read This book is essentially Easwaran's commentary on certain verses from the Dhammapada which he explains using anecdotes from his faswaran and Buddha's life. Still leading a full life at the university, Easwaran looked for guidance in this new inner world.
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Your display name should be at least 2 characters long. Discovering Meditation Easwaran discovered meditation mid-life, while he was teaching on a college campus in central India. At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer's personal information. Wisdom Publications,page The Ehammapada Rumi - reissue.
Sorrows roll over them as the wheels of a cart roll over the tracks of the bullock that draws it. Blue Mountain Center of Meditation Amazon.