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The Dhammapada is the single most important extant Buddhist text. It is unquestionably 'the voice of the Buddha' where many of his key ideas are presented in a cogent verse form. It opens: "All that we are is the result of what we have thought", and each of the following sections gives clear guidance on how to change our thought. Also included on this recording are other key Buddhist concepts illustrated by original texts.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio.

©2004 NAXOS AudioBooks Ltd. (P)2004 NAXOS AudioBooks Ltd.

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  • Frank
  • 30-01-2012

Straight Forward Readings

If you could sum up The Voice of the Buddha in three words, what would they be?

Audio quality was very good and the readings are of course the same here as in print. I keep this one downloaded on my mobile and listen from time to time for some inspiration. Recommeded.

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  • Mariusz
  • 03-06-2012

The basic

If you could sum up The Voice of the Buddha in three words, what would they be?

Dhammapada is a basic text for all buddhists, but not only limited to them. Non-buddhists can also found a significant elements that could change their life's

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This book makes you think about you and how you see the world around you

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  • Tom Granger
  • 07-04-2013

Great job

Would you listen to The Voice of the Buddha again? Why?

Yes. I have read the Dhammapada on my own, but I never got the understanding I did be listening to it being read.

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  • Olive Tree
  • 03-03-2018

The Voice of the Good Shepherd.

I am a grateful child of Jesus Christ. I am so grateful for this perfect teaching of his that has blessed me over the years! I Love You Jesus the Holy Christ and all You have ever done! Please accept me and make me a Son! I will do my part and obey the best I can!!!! Forever and EVER Amen AND AMEN!

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  • David F.
  • 23-10-2016

May you all know peace. Then perhaps we all may .

Seeking after truth in this world has proven difficult. There is that in me which allows for blindness of it. This text helps.

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  • danielle fritsch
  • 13-02-2015

Back to reality

Beautiful.. This is what listen to at work when I need to get back to reality and away from the chaos of conditioned life.