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An Empirical Study on Buddha’S Life and Teaching |

Nagappa Lambu, Dr. Aravind Y. Lambu, in Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education | Multidisciplinary Academic Research


"The ages roll by and the Buddha seems not sofar away after all; his voice whispers in our ears and tells us not to run awayfrom the strttggle but, calmeyed, to face it, and to see in life ever greateropportunities for growth and advancement. Personality counts today as ever, anda person who has impressed himself on the thought of mankind as the Buddha has,so that even today there is something living and vibrant about the thought ofhim, must have been a wonderful man—a man who was, as Barth says, 'the finishedmodel of calm and sweet majesty, of infinite tenderness for all that breathesand compassion for all that suffers, of perfect moral freedom and exemptionfrom every prejudice." "His message old and yet very new and originalfor those immersed in metaphysical subtleties, captured the imagination of theintellectuals; it went deep down into the hearts of the people."