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WORDS OF THE BUDDHA

The words of the Buddha form the core of Buddhism,and from it are all the teachings derived,the Words of the Buddha are from the ancient teachings of the Buddha,and were translated by Paul Carus,a German-American Professor of philosophy. 

 These texts were derived by Paul Carus from the ancient texts available to him which date back to 500 BC.These texts are in the public Domain and i have put them here for the benefit of all.

THE FOUR NOBLE TRUTHS
FIRST TRUTH -THE NOBLE TRUTH OF SUFFERING
THE SECOND TRUTH-THE NOBLE 
TRUTH OF THE ORIGIN OF SUFFERING
THIRD TRUTH- THE NOBLE TRUTH OF THE EXT...
FOURTH TRUTH-THE NOBLE TRUTH OF THE PATH
THE EIGHTFOLD
FIRST STEP- RIGHT UNDERSTANDING
SECOND STEP-RIGHT MINDEDNESS
THIRD STEP-RIGHT SPEECH
FOURTH STEP-RIGHT ACTIONS
FIFTH STEP-RIGHT LIVING
SIXTH STEP-RIGHT EFFORTS
SEVENTH STEP-RIGHT ATTENTIVENESS
EIGHTH STEP-RIGHT CONCENTRATION
DEVELOPMENT OF THE EIGHTFOLD PATH IN THE DISCIPLE

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