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by Lao Tzu
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The Tao Te Ching or "The Way and its Characteristics" is a primary text in Chinese religious history. Written by Lao Tzu roughly 600 years before the birth of Christ, the Tao endevours to articulate the core beliefs that underpin both Taoism and Chinese Buddhism.

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by Buddha
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In our latest exploration of the Eastern world and its spiritual practices, LearnOutLoud.com presents The Dhammapada. This ancient Buddhist scripture is traditionally understood as a collection of answers that the Buddha gave to important spiritual and ethical questions.

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by Hermann Hesse
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Siddhartha is the story of a man from the Indian Subcontinent who sets out on a spiritual quest of discovery. Rejecting conventional spiritual practices and teachings, he attempts to find his own path to enlightenment.

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by Buddha
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The Dhammapada is is a Buddhist scripture, containing 423 verses in 26 categories. According to tradition, these are verses spoken by the Buddha on various occasions, most of which deal with ethics. It is is considered one of the most important pieces of Theravada literature.

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by Alan Watts
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In a way, we are like the blind man who was asked to touch separate parts of an elephant -- and then attempt the nearly impossible task of describing the totality of the creature he was touching.

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by Lao Tzu
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Like many other philosophical writings, the Tao Te Ching is a timeless Chinese treasure. The ancient writings are credited to Lao Tzu...

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by Hermann Hesse
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In many works by Herman Hesse, the German novelist and Nobel Prize winner, there is a theme depicting the duality of spirit and nature, body versus mind...

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by Osho
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In this talk Osho takes his audience into the world of ZEN. "There are a few essential things which make Zen absolutely different from any kind of teaching. The most important of these essentials is that Zen is a revolution."

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by Nagarjuna
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The She-rab Dong-bu (Tree of Wisdom) is a metrical translation in Tibetan of a Sanscrit ethical work entitled Prajnya Danda, written by Nagarjuna who flourished in the fourth century of the Buddhist era (about 100 B.C.)

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An anthology of Buddhist scriptures, appropriate as an introduction to its vast literature, or as a sampler for those who want to better understand Buddhism.

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