An Introduction to Buddhist Ethics: Foundations, Values, and Issues

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1 The Tibetan 'Wheel of Life'.page13
2 Lay people giving alms-food to monks at a festival at Ratanagiri monastery, north-east England.63
3 A temple mural in Sri Lanka showing the Buddha in a past life as the 'Teacher of Patience', who could not be roused to anger even when cut to pieces with a sword (courtesy of Richard Gombrich).106
4 The Buddha with a devoted monkey and elephant before him, at a temple in Ko Samui, Thailand.171
5 A. T. Ariyaratne, founder of the Sarvōdaya Śramadāna movement, with Professor George Bond, who researches the movement, on his right.228
6 The opening of the 'Peace Pagoda' at Milton Keynes, England, built by the Japanese Nipponzan Myōhōji order (courtesy of Moghadas Sadeg).272
7 Cambodian monastic leader and peace activist MahāGhosānanda (courtesy of River Publications).279
8 A Japanese cemetery, with statues of the Bodhisattva Jizō dedicated to aborted or stillborn babies (courtesy of Elizabeth Harrison).337
9 A popular print from Sri Lanka, showing the Buddha returning to earth from a heaven after teaching his dead mother the Abhidhamma, a complex compendium of analytical wisdom.362
10 An image of Tārā, the 'Saviouress', in the courtyard of a temple in Kathmandu, Nepal.363

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