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A Quote by Buddha-Lee on boobs, buddha, more boobs, penis, uterus, attractive, men, and, homosexuals, caps, on, my, and underwear

Oh! My Buddha!
How your head shines
Under the lovely sunlight
Oh, Mah Buddha!
The way you sit
With your legs crossed
or uncrossed
or however they are
turns me on.
Oh, oh my Buddha.
Your name rhymes with booga.
Which I find attractive in a man.
Oh, my effin' Buddha!
Let's smoke some weed.
Thank you.

Buddha-Lee

Contributed by: peaceful-rock-loving-nature-man-wit

A Quote by unknown on book, buddha, wife, gabriel constans, and heart

Every so often, a book comes into your hands that touches you – I mean really touches you – deep in your heart. Buddha’s Wife by Gabriel Constans does just that.  This really is a book that captivates (I read it in two days because I couldn’t put it down!) and fascinates.
-- Martha Jette, Gather and MJ's Reviews

unknown

Source: Buddha's Wife, Pages: 1

Contributed by: GabrielConstans

A Quote by Shunryu Suzuki Roshi on zen, buddha, bow, and acceptance

In your practice you should accept everything as it is, giving to each thing the same respect given to a Buddha. Then Buddha bows to Buddha, and you bow to yourself. This is the true bow.

Shunryu Suzuki

Source: Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind

Contributed by: Louëlla

A Quote by John Daido Loori on buddha, buddha nature, expression, phenomenon, sentient, and universe

Wordless is not the same of expressionless. All phenomenon of the universe, audible and inaudible, tangible and intangible, sentient and insentient, are the clear and ceaseless expression of the buddha nature.

John Daido Loori

Source: The True Dharma Eye: Zen Master Dogen's Three Hundred Koans, Pages: 222

Contributed by: Siona

A Quote by Huston Smith on buddha, great awakening, and memory

After his great awakening, the Buddha continued to meditate and to devote himself to others; otherwise his vision would have receded into a pleasant memory.

Huston Smith

Source: Tales of Wonder: Adventures Chasing the Divine, an Autobiography

Contributed by: mattmoes

A Quote by unknown on buddha and peace

Better than a thousand hollow words, is one word that brings peace.

unknown

Source: Brainyquote.com

Contributed by: BigB

A Quote by Adyashanti on buddha, middle way, enlightenment, nirvana, samsara, and extremes

The Buddha's insight into the middle way is not simply about a balance between extremes. This conventional understanding misses the deeper revelation of the middle way as being the very nature of unexcelled enlightenment. The middle way is an invitation to leap beyond nirvana and samsara and to realize the unborn Buddha mind right in the middle of everywhere.

Adyashanti

Contributed by: Siona

A Quote by paramhansa yogananda on difference, existence, dream, france, india, tibet, buddha, america, king, businessman, reincarnation, birth, death, hindu, frenchman, tibetan, american, and englishman

Birth and death are doors through which you pass from one dream to another. Someone is born on Earth in France as a powerful king, rules for a time, then dies. He maybe reborn in India, and travel in a bullock cart into the forest to meditate. He may next find rebirth in America as a successful businessman; and when he dreams death again, reincarnates perhaps in Tibet as a devotee of Buddha and spend his entire life in a lamasery. Therefore hate none and be attached to no nationality, for sometimes you are a Hindu, sometimes a Frenchman, sometimes an Englishman, or an American or a Tibetan. What is the difference? Each existence is a dream within a dream, is it not?

paramhansa yogananda

Source: The Divine Romance

Contributed by: bajarbattu

A Quote by Siddhartha Gautama Buddha on tread the path, path, saved, dharmas, variety, purpose, buddha, buddha-body, and unexcelled path

I, ever knowing the living beings
Who tread the Path and those who do not
In response to those who may be saved
Preach to them a variety of dharmas,
Each time having this thought:
'How may I cause the beings
To contrive to enter the Unexcelled Path
and quickly to perfect the Buddha-body?'

Buddha (563 - 483 BC)

Source: Scripture of the lotus blossom of the fine dharma‎ - Page 244 by Leon Hurvitz, Kumārajīva

Contributed by: Meenakshi

A Quote by Shinjo Ito on deep, self, awareness, buddha, buddha-nature, awakened nature, awaken, discover, loving, kindness, and compassion

What is most important is to go deep into ourselves and discover the loving kindness and compassion of the buddha within - the awakened nature we all possess.

Shinjo Ito

Source: Shinjo: Reflections, Pages: 9

Contributed by: Meenakshi

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