3 edition of Bookwise found in the catalog.
|Statement||Nelson Thornes Ltd|
|Publishers||Nelson Thornes Ltd|
|LC Classifications||May 10, 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 51 p. :|
|Number of Pages||84|
nodata File Size: 3MB.
Masʼalah-i taḥrīf-i Qurʼān par Dāruliftāʼ Jāmiʻah-yi ʻUlūm-i Islāmīyah Bannūvī Ṭāʼun kā taḥqīqī fatvaʹ
You have found salvation from death. Look, Bookwise dear Govinda, this is one of my thoughts, which I have found: wisdom cannot be passed on. He was a feared gambler, few dared to take him on, so high and audacious were his stakes. It knows everything, the river, everything can be learned from it. Again he remembered his own Bookwise, he had spoken to the exalted one, every word, and with astonishment he became aware of the fact that there he had said things which he had not really known yet at this time.
Did any Samana or Bookwise ever fear that someone might come and grab him and steal his learning, and his religious devotion, and his depth of thought?
Siddhartha saw a male sheep following a female one and mating with her. It happened that he became angry and impatient, when Kamaswami bored him with his worries. Bookwise gave his garments to a poor Brahmin in the street. But one group of resourceful individuals came out of the woodwork—authors!
Oh yes, several times he had experienced such a thing.
At one time, when the two young men had lived among the Samanas for about three years and had shared their exercises, some news, a rumour, a myth reached them after being retold many times: A man had appeared, Gotama by name, the exalted one, the Buddha, he had overcome the suffering of the world in himself and had halted the cycle of rebirths.
You shall know, Siddhartha has set harder goals for himself than such trifles, and he has reached them. To reach this place, the self, myself, the Atman, there was another way, which was worthwhile looking for? As such, these marks are of great value to BookWise and are supplied to Associates for their use only in an expressly authorized manner. And then, for an hour, Bookwise became aware of the strange life he was leading, of him doing lots of things which were only a game, of, though being happy and feeling joy at times, real life still passing him by and not touching him.
What can stand the test? There is nothing to opinions, they may be beautiful Bookwise ugly, Bookwise or foolish, everyone can support them or discard them. But what a path has this been!
Many a part of this he still had, but one part after another had been submerged and had gathered dust.
Maximise efficiency of current staff, saving time and money.