By Lotsawa Kawa Paltseg, Thubten K. Rikey, Andrew Ruskin
In English (with a few textual content in Tibetan Landuage)
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Aspiration is the train of thought that concentrates on not generating these negativities in the present, not allowing the m to arise in the future, and causing the definite cessation of those generated in the past. Thus one thoroughly avoids and abandons them. Virtues are the opposite of the non-virtues stated above. They consist of the ten virtues which are non-attachment, non-hatred and so forth. The term abandonment refers to the perfect abandonment of everyth ing that is CATEGORIZATION OF BUDDHIST TERMINOLOGIES 53 not compatible with the Dharma through virtuous actions.
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A Manual of Key Buddhist Terms: Categorization of Buddhist Terminologies With Commentary by Lotsawa Kawa Paltseg, Thubten K. Rikey, Andrew Ruskin