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Still Point Dhammapada Living the Buddha's Essential Teachings

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ISBN-10: 0060513705

ISBN-13: 9780060513702

Edition: 2003

Authors: Geri Larkin

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The Dhammapada holds a special place in the hearts of those following the Buddhist path and is read and recited daily in temples and homes across the world. A collection of verses that the Buddha is said to have spoken on more than three hundred occasions, it is believed to be the most representative collection of his teachings. Over the millennia, the Dhammapada has been translated numerous times, in various languages. But Geri Larkin wanted to find a rendition that rang true to an inner-city sangha. And so, she decided to embark on creating a contemporary rendition to be used at The Still Point Zen Buddhist Temple -- a new temple in the heart of Detroit. Staying true to its purpose,…    
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Book details

List price: $21.95
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 3/25/2003
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 224
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.880
Language: English

Thank-yous
Introduction
The Twin Verses
"Are You Nuts?"
Heedfulness
Shine One Corner
The Mind
Boot Camp for Buddhists
Flowers
Buddhas Blooming
The Fool
Crazy Wisdom
The Wise
Being Upright
The Worthy
A Cat Named Ferlinghetti
The Thousands
Eating the Blame, 1
Evil
Only Do Good
Cruelty
Becoming Goodness
Old Age
Staying Upright
Self
Collages
The World
Regarding Just This
Buddha
Mr. Kung Buddha
Happiness
"Letting Go" Practice
Transient Pleasures
Mojo
Anger
Eating the Blame, 2
Impurity
A Rose Is a Rose
The Just
Dharma Olympics
The Path
Happy Birthday, Buddhas
Miscellaneous
Mudslinging in Dharmaland
Realms of Woe
Four Kinds of Misfortune
The Elephant
Jack the Duck and the Bodhisattva of Compassion
Craving
The Middle Way
The Monk
Lovingkindness
The Noble One
The Next Buddha?