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The Dhammapada (The Sayings of the Buddha)


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I am re-uploading this video which has been removed by the original uploader for unknown purposes. The video was a very beautiful audio reading of the Dhammapada, it was one of my favorite Dhammapada videos. As it turns out, I had downloaded it for my phone prior to it being removed, so now I reupload it for the world.

Random info on the Dhammapada. "This canonical Buddhist scripture features answers the Buddha gave to some of life's most important spiritual and ethical questions. From the classic translation by Max Muller, and well narrated by Antonia Bath, this audio book is available on MP3 download directly from LearnOutLoud.com."

"This is a collection of the teachings of the Buddha that are more short and poetic than his other teachings.
[Wisdom Teachings of the Buddha] The Dhammapada, Audiobook"

"Dhammapada (Sayings of Buddha) Full Audiobook.. Wise teachings from Buddha himself. Put together by Wes Sturdevant"

"The Dhammapada - audiobook
UNKNOWN ( - ), translated by F. Max MÜLLER (1823 - 1900)
- A Collection of Verses Being One of the Canonical Books of the Buddhists

Dhammapada means "The path of Dharma." The Pali word Dhamma corresponds to the Sankrit word Dharma. It is a collection of the teachings of the Buddha. These verses, compiled by Buddha's students in the years following his final Nirvana, were culled from various discourses given by the Buddha in the course of forty-five years of his teaching, as he travelled in the valley of the Ganges and the sub-mountain tract of the Himalayas. These 423 verses are often terse, witty, and convincing. Whenever similes are used, they are those that are easily understood even by a child, e.g., the cart's wheel, a man's shadow, a deep pool, flowers. Through these verses, the Buddha exhorts one to achieve that greatest of all conquests, the conquest of self; to escape from the evils of passion, hatred and ignorance. (Summary by Jothi)
Genre(s): Classics (Antiquity)
Language: English (FULL Audiobook)"

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