Thursday, March 8, 2007

Buddha Dhammapada 43


But once you understand, no one - neither your father nor mother - can do as much good to you as your own well-directed thoughts.


tolitsa said...

Αποκαλυπτικη αληθεια.
Το εγραψα σ'ενα post-it και το εβαλα πανω στην οθονη του computer. Που θα παει, θα το εμπεδωσω!!

Kallioph said...

χαχαχαχα :)))
και γω τα κάνω κάτι τέτοια :)

the BluElephant said...

to live is to suffer - sorrow is the universal experience of mankind (the first noble truth)

Kallioph said...

Yammakavagga 17-18

Here he suffers, hereafter he suffers. In both states the evildoer suffers. ``Evil have I done'' (thinking thus), he suffers. Furthermore, he suffers, having gone to a woeful state.

Here he is happy, hereafter he is happy. In both states the welldoer is happy. ``Good have I done'' (thinking thus), he is happy. Furthermore, is he happy, having gone to a blissful state.