Gautama Buddha

(563 BCE - 483 BCE / Lumbini / Indian Sub. (today in Nepal))

Gautama Buddha Poems

1. The Thousands 5/1/2012
2. The Wise 5/1/2012
3. Good And Bad 5/1/2012
4. The World 5/1/2012
5. The Just 5/1/2012
6. Miscellaneos 5/1/2012
7. Impurity 5/1/2012
8. The Twin Verses 5/1/2012
9. The Downward Course 5/1/2012
10. The Brahmin 5/1/2012
11. The Awakened 5/1/2012
12. Punishment 5/1/2012
13. The Seeker 5/1/2012
14. The Fool 5/1/2012
15. Thirst 5/1/2012
16. Pleasure 5/1/2012
17. Thought 5/1/2012
18. The Elephant 5/1/2012
19. Self 5/1/2012
20. Old Age 5/1/2012
21. Awareness 5/1/2012
22. The Path 5/1/2012
23. The Saint 5/1/2012
24. Flowers 5/1/2012
25. Anger 5/1/2012
26. Joy 5/1/2012
Best Poem of Gautama Buddha

Joy

Let us live in joy, not hating those who hate us.
Among those who hate us, we live free of hate.
Let us live in joy,
free from disease among those who are diseased.
Among those who are diseased, let us live free of disease.
Let us live in joy, free from greed among the greedy.
Among those who are greedy, we live free of greed.
Let us live in joy, though we possess nothing.
Let us live feeding on joy, like the bright gods.

Victory breeds hate, for the conquered is unhappy.
Whoever has given up victory and defeat
is content and lives ...

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Awareness

Awareness is the path of immortality;
thoughtlessness is the path of death.
Those who are aware do not die.
The thoughtless are as if dead already.

The wise having clearly understood this,
delight in awareness
and find joy in the knowledge of the noble ones.
These wise ones, meditative, persevering,

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