Birth comes during a rebirth in royal affections — even when there is no one else present.”
The Buddha also told his disciples that the greatest of pleasures — the highest state of mind — comes during a long, solitary life.
“You who have come here today have been brought here, as if by a hand, in the presence of a great, unwholesome god. Your mind was washed with such waters, and your thoughts were purified, purified by the holy teachings, purified, purified. You have gone into this world, you have come into that world.”
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“Those who live in the world, who, after reaching the age of thirty-five, make a practice in this way, do not realize the true nature of worldly pleasure and sorrow, nor do they realize their true nature of happiness and happiness.”
Bodhi: The Way of the Heart
On the eve of his death, the Buddha, a few days after his funeral, appeared at the royal palace with the twelve other teachers of the four schools, as well as a large group of disciples, to meet a few hundred persons for a large banquet.
In a long, orderly procession, he was greeted by a crowd of people. At the head of the procession was a young woman wearing the robes of the Sravaka. In his robes, he saw her wearing a crown filled with pearls, as though, for an hour, he had become entranced by her beauty.
The King of Sages
When the Buddha entered the royal hall, all present were seated at tables, while in the back rows sat the royal officials. The Queen, who had been sitting on her throne by an open window, stood beside the Buddha and a coupjarvees.comle of attendants, their heads bowed, their eyes on the Buddha.
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