By Leslie D. Alldritt
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1. The BuddhaÕs traditional and supreme Tooth
Ð John Buescher
2. Ask a Farmer: final research and Conventional
Existence in Tsong kha pa's Lam rim chen mo
Ð man Newland
3. portray the objective: at the identity of the
Object of Negation (dgag bya) Ð Donald S. Lopez, Jr.
4. slicing the Roots of advantage: Tsong kha pa on the
Results of Anger Ð Daniel Cozort
5. Ethics because the foundation of a Tantric culture: Tsong kha pa
and the Founding of the dGe lugs Order in Tibet
Ð Elizabeth Napper
6. Bon rDzogs chen on Authenticity (pramÝna, tshad ma):
Prose and Poetry at the course Ð Anne Carolyn Klein
7. The dGe ldanÐbKaÕ brgyud culture of MahÝmudrÝ:
How a lot dGe ldan? How a lot bKaÕ brgyud?
Ð Roger R. Jackson
8. Demons at the mom: Objections to the Perfect
Wisdom Sñtras in Tibet Ð Gareth Sparham
9. Gung thang and Sa bzang Ma ti Paû chen on the
Meaning of ÒFoundational ConsciousnessÓ
(Ýlaya, kun gzhi) Ð Joe Bransford Wilson
10. Authorship and Literary creation in
Classical Buddhist Tibet Ð Jos Ignacio Cabezn
11. Altruism and Adversity: views from Psychoanalytic
Object family conception Ð Harvey B. Aronson
12. Drawing the metal Bow: A Bibliographic Appreciation
of the Literary Legacy of Paul Jeffrey Hopkins
and His application on the collage of Virginia
Ð Paul G. Hackett
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Sanskrit, Ch. = Chinese, Jp. = Japanese, K. = Korean THE BODHISATTVA IDEA A central doctrine that distinguishes Mahâyâna from Theravâda Buddhism is the idea of the bodhisattva. ” So, a bodhisattva is a being that is Awake. The bodhisattva is the ideal person in Mahâyâna Buddhism. The Mahâyâna Buddhists forwarded the concept of the bodhisattva in opposition to the Theravâdan notion of the arhat. The arhat was the Theravâdan ideal person—he was someone who had burned off all his karma, like a fire burns fuel, and is then extinguished.
Nor will a Buddhist serve in the military in a role that involves harming anyone. Right Concentration relates to Buddhist practice, specifically to the discipline of the mind. A Buddhist works to concentrate on present reality and not dwell on past events or anticipate future events. Another name for this is mindfulness. It means being fully present to each moment as one lives it. A Buddhist strives diligently to develop good concentration skills, because they are crucial to moving closer to Awakening.
Another way to think about dukkha is to translate it, not as suffering but as dissatisfaction. In this case, the First Noble Truth states that life is unsatisfactory. We tend to live our lives from peak experience to peak experience, almost biding time in between. When an eagerly anticipated experience actually occurs, it often seems not to live up to its advance billing. Almost immediately after attaining what you desired, you begin to wonder what the excitement was about. Then, almost by impulse, you begin to look forward to another event or thing.
Buddhism (Religions of the World) by Leslie D. Alldritt