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C. Jinarajadasa was a writer, philosopher, and prominent Theosophist of his day and a Freemason. In this particular piece, originally from 1908, the author examines the life of Gautama and the religious reformation in Hinduism, which he championed at the time. The author lays out the four efforts, the ten meritorious acts, and the five meditations. He quotes from Plato and others, discusses Theosophy and somehow connects it all to the state of Nirvana, which he discusses at some length.
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