The Hibbert Lectures

University Press, 1881

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˹ 115 - Our deeds still travel with us from afar, And what we have been makes us what we are.
˹ 29 - It swept away from the field of its vision the whole of the great soultheory which had hitherto so completely filled and dominated the minds of the superstitious and of the thoughtful alike. For the first time in the history of the world, it proclaimed a salvation which each man could gain for himself, and by himself, in this world, during this life, without any the least reference to God, or to gods, either great or small.
˹ 110 - MAY I join the choir invisible Of those immortal dead who live again In minds made better by their presence : live In pulses stirred to generosity, In deeds of daring rectitude, in scorn For miserable aims that end with self. In thoughts sublime that pierce the night like stars, And with their mild persistence urge man's search To vaster issues.
˹ 96 - But the soul which has been polluted, and is impure at the time of her departure, and is the companion and servant of the body always, and is in love with and fascinated by the body and by the desires and pleasures of the body, until she is led to believe that the truth only...
˹ 183 - And whosoever, Ananda, either now or after I am dead, shall be a lamp unto themselves, and a refuge unto themselves, shall betake themselves to no external refuge, but holding fast to the truth as their lamp, and holding fast as their refuge to the truth, shall look not for lefuge to any one besides thjetnselves it is they, Ananda, among my bhikkhus, who shall reach the very topmost Height! but they must be anxious to learn.
˹ 68 - Just, Vasettha, as a mighty trumpeter makes him" self heard and that without difficulty in all the "four directions, even so of all things that have shape " or life, there is not one that he passes by or leaves " aside, but regards them all with mind set free and
˹ 64 - Brahmans, gods and men, and he then makes his knowledge known to others. The truth doth he proclaim both in its letter and in its spirit, lovely in its origin, lovely in its progress, lovely in its consummation : the higher life doth he make known, in all its purity and in all its perfectness.
˹ 59 - Brahmans of to-day so carefully intone and recite precisely as they have been handed down even they did not pretend to know or to have seen where or whence or whither Brahma is] 1.
˹ 165 - ... the contest among them of intellect, the rivalry of birth, the striving night and day with surpassing effort to struggle up to the summit of power and be masters of the world.
˹ 68 - And he lets his mind pervade one quarter of the world with thoughts of pity, sympathy, and equanimity, and so the second, and so the third, and so the fourth. And thus the whole wide world, above, below, around, and everywhere, does he continue to pervade with heart of pity, sympathy, and equanimity, far-reaching, grown great, and beyond measure.