Buddhism for the Future by Ven. Dr K. Sri Dhammananda

Posted by

By Ven. Dr K. Sri Dhammananda

Show description

Read or Download Buddhism for the Future PDF

Similar eastern books

What is Living and What is Dead in Indian Philosophy

The booklet is meant to be an research of the Indian philosophical culture with the notice of the philosophical requisites of the Indians this present day. those necessities are understood when it comes to secularism, rationalism and scienceorientation.

Accordingly, within the normal fund of conventional Indian philosophy, rules and attitudes going opposed to them are considered because the dead-weight of the previous. however as utilised through the forces of response and revivalism-with or with no the patronage of the neocolonialists-they try and frustrate the current Indian development, as they consistently did in old and medieval India. With the ruthless publicity in their real social functionality, the writer insists that they could in addition be fought at the present time mostly in Indian phrases and with complete sanction - of the Indian nationwide satisfaction, for the Indian thinkers, with their lengthy look for fact, don't bequeath posterity purely with such deceits and fake leads.

In view of the vastness and technicalities of the Indian philosophical heritage-and in those nervous days during which Indian philosophy is sought for use within the grim political video game going on-the research of what's residing and what's lifeless within the Indian philosophical culture calls for even more than ease and safeguard uggests. however the writer combines in himself terrific technical competence with uncompromising dedication to social accountability. in addition to, without fascination for scholasticism or jargonmongering, he tells the tale of the ideological fight in old and medieval India with a desirable readability of concept and expression, which makes it most enticing even to these for whom this can be the 1st booklet on Indian philosophy.

Origin and Mechanisms of Hallucinations: Proceedings of the 14th Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychiatric Research Association held in New York City, November 14–15, 1969

Hallucinations, a normal phenomenon as previous as mankind, have an incredibly wide selection. they seem less than the main assorted stipulations, within the "normal" psyche in addition to in serious continual psychological derangement. As a symptom, hallucinations are a possible a part of various pathological stipulations in just about all forms of psychotic habit.

Death and Reincarnation in Tibetan Buddhism: In-Between Bodies

Contextualising the likely esoteric and unique features of Tibetan Buddhist tradition in the daily, embodied and sensual sphere of spiritual praxis, this booklet centres at the social and spiritual lives of deceased Tibetan Buddhist lamas. It explores how posterior varieties – corpses, relics, reincarnations and hagiographical representations – expand a lama’s trajectory of lives and control organic imperatives of start and loss of life.

Deconstructing Barth: A Study of the Complementary Methods in Karl Barth and Jacques Derrida

This unique and perceptive examine attracts out the relevance of Jacques Derrida's considered deconstruction, différance and the present for Karl Barth's Church Dogmatics. those are relatively vital for apprehending Barth's doctrine of salvation, that's the actual concentration of this e-book. Derrida's insights also are proven to light up the way Barth speaks of advanced occasions reminiscent of revelation which can't be thematised through rational inspiration.

Additional resources for Buddhism for the Future

Sample text

Erefore the implementing of a Buddhist value-system involves making each individual understand his responsibility towards the rest, to understand the interrelatedness of all beings, to guard him or herself and thereby guard others. e year  holds many promises and challenges for all members of the human race. Buddhists are in a particularly strong position to help all human beings realize their full potential and live in peace and harmony not only with themselves but with others as well. It is our duty to help spread the Buddha’s message by spreading it through the written and spoken word, but, far more importantly through the example of living noble lives in accordance with the sacred Teachings.

It cannot be said that there are “Buddhist Values” which are unique to Buddhism and not to be found in other religious systems. e Buddha recognized this when he de clared that we must accept and recognize the worth of any religion in so far as that religion contains the Four Noble Truths. What is unique about Buddhism is our U-  of the nature of these values and why we practice them. When the Bodhisatta practised the Ten Paramis, he was motivated in an entirely different way than any other follower of a spiritual path either in part or as a whole.

When the Bodhisatta practised the Ten Paramis, he was motivated in an entirely different way than any other follower of a spiritual path either in part or as a whole. e ten paramis — dana (generosity), sila (precept), nekkhamma (renunciation), panna (wisdom), viriya (energy), khanti (patience) sacca (truthfulness), adhitthana (determination), metta (loving kindness) and upekkha (equanimity) — can form a solid value system on which a Buddhist builds his or her personal spiritual life. is individual effort is then extended to members of the family, the community, the nation and finally the world as a whole.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.07 of 5 – based on 49 votes