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Ecclesiastes - Pranja Anthology Qoheleth (c.250BCE-2008)

By Lindsay Falvey

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Title: Ecclesiastes - Pranja Anthology Qoheleth (c.250BCE-2008)  
Author: Lindsay Falvey
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Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Philosophy, Book of Ecclesisates rendered into Buddhist concepts in rhyming couplets
Collections: Philosophy, Authors Community, Cultural Studies, Literature
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2008
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Member Page: Lindsay Falvey

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Falvey, L. (2008). Ecclesiastes - Pranja Anthology Qoheleth (c.250BCE-2008). Retrieved from http://self.gutenberg.org/


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Ecclesiastes, the Greek name for the Hebrew book of !"#$&%# that is transliterated as Qoheleth, forms part of the wisdom literature of the Talmud and the Old Testament. Meaning something like ‘to gather’, it also evokes ‘anthology’, like a gathering of flowers, although it actually meant a religious gathering as in the Greek !""#$%&'. Across the ages its similarity to Buddhist notions has been noted, which leads to this rendering of Ecclesiastes in rhyming couplets based on a Buddhist understanding of life. Hence it is a gathering of the inflorescence of wisdom – pranja in Sanskrit –a pranja anthology.

Table of Contents
Chapters 1 -12 as in the Book of Ecclesiastes


 

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