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- Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
- The Buddha and the Buddhist Creed; and this fact is the more
- because a knowledge of the true character of the Buddhist
- works, and his intellectuality, we find no trace of the Buddhist
- Goethe), a clear and definite touch of Buddhistic thought; and
- Buddhist belief. We might say, that with the majority of those
- essential moving principle underlying the whole trend of Buddhist
- untouched by Buddhist views and trend of thought. This
- of its existence; for so must we characterize the Buddhist
- Buddhistic point of view, for instance, in the position of this
- Buddhist sense. According to this conception, it is a world of
- word Nirvana. It is a region which, according to the Buddhist, no
- singular nature of the Buddha-Illumination and of the Buddhistic
- outlook concerning the cosmos, as set forth in Buddhistic
- future. We would then have veritable history. But the Buddhist
- from the Buddhistic stand-point.’ This event, which we so
- misconception, the Buddhist believes to be a [natural result of
- own transgression, and was not due as the Buddhist thinks, merely
- from the Buddhist stand-point, for we must take into
- Buddhist’s position relative to the material world may be
- of Maya?’ the Buddhist answers: — ‘It is the world
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- Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
- Buddhists. But the God who stands revealed through Christianity
- Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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