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" The saying applies most appropriately, to this case.It was fortunate for the writer that he could secure the support and help of the Keimeikwai, a corporation organised to help research work of scholars in various fields of culture; for without it his work might have dragged on yet for some time to come.There is so much to be accomplished before he has to appear at the court of Emma Daiwo, to whom he could say, "Here is my work; humble though it is, I have tried to do my part to the full extent of my power." The writer renders his grateful acknowledgment here to all the advisers of the Society who kindly voted for the speedy culmination of this literary task—a task which he tenderly wishes would do something towards a better appreciation by the West of the sources of Eastern life and culture.Whatever literary work the present author is able to put before the reader, he cannot pass on without mentioning in it the name of his good, unselfish, public-minded Buddhist friend, Yakichi Ataka, who is always willing to help him in every possible way.And is this not the teaching of the Lankavatara Sutra, which in its English garb now lies before his friend as well as all other readers?Thanks are also due to the writer's wife who went over the whole manuscript to give it whatever literary improvement it possesses, to Mr Hokei Idzumi who gave helpful suggestions in the reading of the original text, and to Professor Yenga Teramoto for his ungrudging cooperation along the line of Tibetan knowledge.To Assist me in this way was indeed part of the object of his third visit to this side of the Pacific.Says Confucius, "Is it not delightful to have a friend come from afar?

Note: This version of The Lankavatara Sutra have stripped diacritical marks completely for easy text search and Internet friendliness. All such imperfections are to be corrected by competent scholars.Nirvana is not the ultimate abode of Buddhahood, nor is enlightenment.Love and compassion is what essentially constitutes the self-nature of the All-knowing One (sarvajna). It is a will-force which desires and acts in the realm of twofold egolessness, it is above the dualism of being and non-being, it rises from a heart of non-discrimination, it manifests itself in the conduct of purposelessness (anabhogacarya).When this is adequately grasped, Buddhist philosophy with all its complications and superadditions will become luminous. According to Mahamati the Bodhisattva-Mahasattva, who is the interlocutor of the Buddha in the Lanka, the Buddha is endowed with transcendental knowledge (prajna) and a great compassionate heart (karuna).With the former he realises that this world of particulars has no reality, is devoid of an ego-substance (anatman) and that in this sense it resembles Maya or a visionary flower in the air.

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