There’s an old saying that the road to hell is paved with good intentions, but that’s not really the case. The road to hell is
When this world is ever ablaze, why this laughter, why this jubilation? Shrouded in darkness, will you not see the light? Behold this body—a painted
Then Ven. Ananda went to the Blessed One and, on arrival, having bowed down to him, sat to one side. As he was sitting there, the Blessed One said to him, “I say categorically, Ananda, that bodily misconduct, verbal misconduct, & mental misconduct should not be done.”
The Dhamma, the truth taught by the Buddha, is uncovered gradually through sustained practice.
There is no wrong that cannot be committed by a lying person who has transgressed one (good) principle (i.e., that of truthfulness), and who has given up (all thought of) the other world.
Easily done are things which are bad and not beneficial to oneself. What is (both) beneficial and good, that is exceedingly difficult to do.
What mirth can there be, what pleasure, when all the time (everything) is blazing (with the threefold fire of suffering, impermanence, and insubstantiality)? Covered (though
The way, method, that Buddha helped others is remarkable in it’s depth and simplicity. It all makes such simple sense, however, it must be investigated
Better than a thousand useless words is one useful word, hearing which one attains peace. Better than a thousand useless verses is one useful verse,