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  • 法句经:智慧的语言(蔡志忠漫画中英文版)[平装]
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  • 作者:蔡志忠(作者)
  • 出版社:现代出版社;第1版(2006年6月1日)
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  • ISBN:9787801887153

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    蔡志忠漫画图书已经在44个国家出版,销售达到4000万册。中英文版蔡志忠漫画共10个品种,本书是其中的一册,蔡志忠用他独特而富有吸引力的画风,将中国古代典籍中博大精深的思想深入浅出地呈现给您。儒家构建和谐社会的智慧、道家崇尚自然与自由的智慧、兵家不战而胜的智慧……通过他画笔下一个个鲜活、有趣、生动的形象得到简明、精确、通俗的阐释。和以往出版物不同的是,这套丛书画面上的人物对话和情节说明全部是英文,边框里保留了古汉语原文,既满足了国外读者和英语学习者的阅读需要,也最大程度地保存了古代著作的文字精华,具有文学参考价值和收藏价值。

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    看经典漫画学英文,蔡志忠漫画图书已经在44个国家出版,销售达到4000万册。
    中国早期思想家的著作影响了中国文化和社会的方方面面,从教育到艺术,从政治和战争到日常礼节。欢迎的漫画家蔡志忠先生一直致力于用他独特而富有吸引力的画风将这些古代经典著作的智慧带入生活。这一中国传统思想系列漫画映射出历史上伟大思想家们的光辉,包括:孔子,和谐生活的智慧;老子,道家自然生活的智慧;庄子,首家自由与自然的智慧;孙子,不战而胜的智慧;禅师,生活在瞬间的智慧。
    蔡志忠先生最早是因为他获奖的多部动画电影和每日连载漫画引起大众的关注的。在长期的自学之后,蔡志忠先生将创作方向转移到经典著作上。作品广受评论家的好评并快速成为畅销书。蔡先生的书已被美国知名出版社如,Princeton University Press和Knopf出版。
    Brian Bruya是此系列书美国版的译者,拥有夏威夷大学比较哲学的博士学位。他是中国早期哲学研究领域的专家和翻译,同时还是一个关于 国哲学研究的网站“书海文苑”的总编辑。

    目录

    DHARMA SAYINGS
    THE DHARMA SUTRA
    DELUSIONS
    Suffering follows your polluted
    mind
    Joy follows your pure mind
    Resentment stays alive in relived
    memories
    Resentment dissolves when we
    let go
    Patience stops resentment
    Even I do not own myself
    Ignorant people with self
    awareness
    Eleven kinds of fire
    No attachment is worse than
    resentment
    Like a torrent submerging a
    sleeping village
    Hold the mind aS a mirror,
    without bending forward or
    back
    The wise ones do not worry about
    the future
    Less than one-sixteenth of Dharma
    joy
    Delusion over aStrology
    Peolple need to save themse
    lves
    Practice is the only way
    What is all
    All acts are transient
    SUFFERING
    Looking for the house builder
    If the heart is unsettled
    An enemy mentality is the worst
    enemy
    No escape
    The heart does not judge
    Nirvana is the utmost joy
    Desires bring few joys and much
    pain
    Self-discipllne in every area is a virtue
    Nothing belongs to me
    Separation from loved ones causes
    suffering
    Treating ourselves as the enemy
    Face the consequences of one's
    actious
    Proper Dhaarma keeps us from
    spinning our wheels
    Distancing ourselves from all eviles
    Diligently helping ourselves
    Treating ourselves well
    Seek~ red.go in ourselves
    Reading one thousand verses
    Practise what is preached
    Living one hundred years is not
    as good as being vigilant for
    one day
    Like the tongue tasting soup
    A herder counting others'
    cattle
    Pretty in appearance, but witho
    fragrance
    Not by walking around naked JOY
    We really live joyfully
    If we keep proper mindfulness
    I am so serene
    Overcoming difficult challenges evil
    It is rare to find such unique
    opportunities
    Quiescence is the utmost joy
    Patience in adversity is most
    difficult to achieve
    Good practitioners cultivate sel
    discipline
    Wise ones discipline the mind
    like bow makers straightening arrows
    Like fish hying without water
    Let go of both victory and defeat
    People share the same manta-lity
    Avoid attachment
    CULTIVATING SPirituality
    Refrain from any evll deeds
    A house built sloppily will
    definitely leak
    Buddha is the only lecturer
    Purify the mind and suffering ends
    Like a fierce fire that burns up
    all Confining ropes
    Like bees collecting nectar
    Quietly accept slander from others
    Master of the consciousness
    Like an elephant on a hattie field
    Return hatred with love
    This is real
    Evll friends are more frightening
    than fierce beasts
    Do not keep company with
    fools
    Do not befriend fools
    Like an elephant marching in a
    forest
    Like the elephant trainer discipiing an elephant
    WISE ONES
    The way to realization.
    Wise ones are islands above the flood waters
    Like sturdy rocks
    Virtuous ones leave all desires
    Wise ones abandon small
    pleasures
    Wise ones guard their mind
    Not watching others' faults
    Seeting faults in others is easy
    Do not luxuriate in hedonistic pleasure
    Giving up evil and taking up
    goodness to become a tranquil Buddha
    THE OTHER SHORE
    Do not be greedy for earthly profit
    Few can reach"the Other Shore"
    Self as self's refuge
    Being awake within a sleeping crowd
    Avoiding indulgence is the way to stay alive
    Beheving in truths and abiding by precepts
    Nirvana is the utmost goal
    Quietness is the sweetest joy
    CONCLUDING NOTES

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