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𝓛𝓔𝓢𝓢𝓞𝓝 4399 Sun 1 Apr 2022
Fear is born from arming oneself.
Just see how mwny people fight!
I’ll tell you about the dreadful fear
that caused me to shake all over:
- The Buddha
Attadanda Sutta

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Fear is born from arming oneself.
Just see how mwny people fight!
I’ll tell you about the dreadful fear
that caused me to shake all over:
- The Buddha
Attadanda Sutta
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https://translate.google.com did not translate 15) Classical Basque- Euskal klasikoa, 

Sutta pitaka quotes on peace 310 best tipitaka pali canon theravada ☸️  images theravada | Dogtrainingobedienceschool.com
For whom there is no
“this is mine”
Nor anything like
“that is theirs”
Not even finding
“self-ness,”
They do not grieve at
“I have nothing.”
-Attadanda Sutta


https://translate.google.com did not translate 116) Classical Belarusian-Класічная беларуская,

tipitaka pali canon (Theravada) ☸️
The mind that is not touched
by the worldly winds, the mind
that is free from sorrow,
stainless, and secure
-this is highest blessing.
- The Buddha - Mangala Sutta


17) Classical Bengali-ক্লাসিক্যাল বাংলা,


মস্তিষ্কের মস্তিষ্কে করুন
আপনার নিজস্ব সবজি এবং ফল বৃদ্ধি
ধ্যান সচেতন সাঁতার কাটা
ভয় নিজেকে অস্ত্রোপচার থেকে জন্ম হয়।
শুধু দেখি কত মানুষ মানুষ যুদ্ধ করে!
আমি আপনাকে ভয়ঙ্কর ভয় সম্পর্কে বলতে হবে
যে আমাকে সব উপর shake করা হয়েছে:
- বুদ্ধ
Attadanda Sutta.
জন্য কোন ভয় নেই
কেউ কে
জাগ্রত, যার মন
uncontaminated হয়
ক্ষুধা দ্বারা,
এবং unperxxed হয়,
এবং কে ছেড়ে দেওয়া হয়েছে
ভাইস এবং সদগুণ
যদিও আপনি একটি শত বছর বসবাস করতে পারেন
অনৈতিক এবং unintegrated,
ভাল এক একক দিন
নৈতিকভাবে বসবাস এবং শোষিত
(উচ্চ ধ্যানের রাজ্যে - বুদ্ধ
দীর্ঘমেয়াদী সুবিধা এবং সুখ জন্য
নিজেকে প্রশিক্ষিত কর:
যদিও আমি দেহে কষ্টভোগ করতে পারি, তবুও আমার মন অকার্যকর হবে। ‘
আপনি কিভাবে নিজেকে প্রশিক্ষিত করা উচিত। “
একজন
সুস্পষ্ট নির্দেশিত শিষ্যকে মহৎ লোকেদের প্রতি শ্রদ্ধা করে এবং তাদের
ধম্মায় সুপরিচিত এবং শৃঙ্খলাবদ্ধ; সততা মানুষের প্রতি শ্রদ্ধা করে এবং
তাদের ধম্মায় সুপরিচিত এবং শৃঙ্খলাবদ্ধ হয় - তার ফর্ম পরিবর্তন এবং
পরিবর্তিত হয়, কিন্তু সে তার পরিবর্তন ও পরিবর্তনের উপর দুঃখ, দুঃখ,
ব্যথা, কষ্ট, বা হতাশায় পড়ে না। “
দুই ব্রাহ্মণ -120 বছর বয়সী -
আনন্দ আনতে metorious কাজ না।
জীবিত যখন মেধা করা।
যখন বিশ্বজুড়ে এবং মৃত্যুর সাথে পৃথিবী আগুনে থাকে, তখন তাকে প্রদান করে [ভবিষ্যতের সম্পদ] উদ্ধার করা উচিত: “
“নৈতিক আচরণ বৃদ্ধ বয়স পর্যন্ত এক ভাল কাজ করে।
SRADDA ভাল প্রতিষ্ঠিত হলে, একটি ভাল কাজ করে।
জ্ঞান মানুষের জন্য একটি মূল্যবান ধন।
চোরদের দূরে নিয়ে যাওয়া ভাল কাজের যোগ্যতা কঠিন। “
একটি ব্যক্তি তিনি আমার হিসাবে গঠন কি পরিত্যাগ। - বুদ্ধ
একটি কমল পাতা উপর একটি জল মরীচি হিসাবে মেনে চলতে না, তাই ঋষি মেনে চলতে না। - বুদ্ধ
একটি জ্ঞানী মানুষ অনুভূত হয় কি দ্বারা deluded হয় না। - বুদ্ধ
সঠিক জীবিকার চেষ্টা করুন এবং স্টিক, সঠিক প্রচেষ্টার, সঠিক মনোবিজ্ঞান, সঠিক ঘনত্ব, যেমন সুপরিণতি। - বুদ্ধ
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উৎপাদনে একটি ভূমিকা পালন করে ‘একটি কফি মূল্যের জন্য একটি দিন’ একটি
অত্যাশ্চর্য বিরোধী-সুপরিণতি ব্রেকথ্রু মানুষকে 150 বছর ধরে বসবাস করতে
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সাউথ ওয়েলসের বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়ের গবেষকরা হার্ভার্ড প্রফেসর ডেভিড সিনক্লার
এবং গবেষকরা পাওয়া গেছে।
আসুন আমরা আমাদের সকল ঘরে রূপান্তরিত করি, সব সমাজের জন্য নিববানা অর্জনের পথ প্রদর্শন করতে
বুদ্ধের কথা ক্ষমতা আছে
একটি বুদ্ধিমান ব্যক্তির mindfulness
তাদের poised ধরে রাখে
কনস্ট্যান্ট সমানতা কোথায়
অহংকার অসম্ভব;
তারা কোন তুলনা করা
বিশ্বের বাকি সঙ্গে
‘সুপেরিয়র’ হিসাবে, ‘নিকৃষ্ট’
বা ‘সমান’।
-পুরেভেদ সূত
পরিপক্বতা হয়
হাঁটা শেখা
মানুষ থেকে দূরে
এবং পরিস্থিতি যে
আপনার হুমকি
মনের শান্তি,
আত্মমর্যাদা,
মান, নৈতিকতা,
বা স্ব মূল্য।
অন্যদের ক্ষমা করুন।
কারণ তারা না
ক্ষমা প্রাপ্য,
কারণ আপনি কারণ
শান্তি প্রাপ্য।
এখনে তিনটি
প্রতিটি সমাধানের সমাধান
সমস্যা: এটা গ্রহণ,
এটি পরিবর্তন, অথবা এটি ছেড়ে।
যদি আপনি এটি গ্রহণ করতে না পারেন,
ইহা পরিবর্তন করুন. যদি আপনি না পারেন
এটা পরিবর্তন, এটা ছেড়ে।
আমরা একটি অন্তর্ভুক্ত না হলে
আমাদের মধ্যে বিস্তৃত সচেতনতা
মনের অনুশীলন,
একটি ধারনা হতে পারে
থেকে বিচ্ছেদ
বিশ্ব। আরো হয়ে উঠছে
আমাদের চারপাশে যারা সচেতন
এবং অন্যদের উপর আমাদের প্রভাব
পথের উপর অপরিহার্য
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3. কারণে তার সন্তানদের জন্য জীবন কোচিং প্রদান করে .🦜
4. নাক খায় না। কোন ব্যাপার কত শস্য আনা হয়, শুধুমাত্র অপরিহার্য উঁচু এবং দূরে উড়ে যায়। আপনি যান যখন আপনার সাথে কিছু নিতে না।
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10. একজন কঠোর কর্মী হ’ল হৃদয়, লিভার এবং ফুসফুসের রোগ সৃষ্টি করে না .🦜
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https://translate.google.com did not translate 18) Classical Bosnian-Klasični bosanski,

ART OF GIVING
If you knew what I know about
the power of giving,
you would not let a single meal
pass without sharing it in some way.
-Buddha
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19) Classical Bulgaria- Класически българск,
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Направете добро настроение
Растете собствените си зеленчуци и плодове
Направете медитативното слушащо плуване
Страхът се ражда от въоръжаване.
Просто виждам как Mwny хора се бият!
Ще ви разкажа за ужасния страх
Това ме накара да се разклащам навсякъде:
- Буда
Атаданда Сутта
Няма страх
някой, който е
буден, чийто ум
е незамърсен
Чрез жажда,
и е несвързан,
и кой се е отказал
Заместник и добродетел
Въпреки че може да живеете сто години
неетични и неинтегрирани,
по-добре е един ден
живее етично и се абсорбира
(при по-високи медитативни държави. - Буда
За дългосрочна полза и щастие
Обучете се:
- Въпреки че може да съм засегнат в тялото, умът ми ще бъде недоволен.
Така трябва да се обучавате. “
Добре
инструктираният ученик има предвид благородните и е добре запознат и
дисциплиниран в дхамма; Има предвид хората с почтеност и е добре
запознат и дисциплиниран в дхамма - неговата форма се променя и променя,
но той не попада в тъга, плач, болка, стрес или отчаяние над нейната
промяна и промяна. “
До два браhmans -120 години -
Дали заслужаващи дела, които носят блаженство.
Направете заслуги, докато сте живи.
Когато светът е в пламъци със застаряването и смъртта, човек трябва да спаси [бъдещото богатство], като дава: “
“Моралното поведение обслужва една кладенец до старост.
SRADDA Ако е добре установена, обслужва един кладенец.
Знанието е скъпоценно съкровище за човека.
Заслугата на добрите действия е трудно за крадците да отнемат. “
Човек отблъсква това, което той се крие като мои. - Буда
Като водна перла на лотос листа не се придържа, така че мъдрецът не се придържа. - Буда
Един мъдър човек не е заблуден от това, което се възприема. - Буда
Опитайте
се да се придържате към правилния препитание, правилното усилие,
правилната внимателност, правилната концентрация, тъй като стареенето е
стресиращо. - Буда
Диагнозата на лекаря
Живеят до 150 години за цената на кафето
Никотинамид
аденин динуклеотид (NAD) 15 грама при 62,00 долара, която играе роля в
генерирането на енергия в човешкото тяло, на разположение “за цената на
кафе на ден” зашеметяващ пробив против стареене може да види хората да
живеят до 150 години и регенерират органа. Процесът е намерен от
професора на Харвард Дейвид Синклер и изследователи от Университета в Ню
Южен Уелс, включващи клетки Eprogramming.
Нека превърнем всичките ни домове, за да покажем пътя за всички общества, за да постигнем Ниббана
Думите на Буда имат власт
Съзнанието на мъдрия човек
държи ги са готови
постоянно равновесие къде
арогантността е невъзможна;
те не правят сравнение
с останалия свят
като “превъзхожда”, “по-ниско”
или “равен”.
-Purabheda sutta.
Зрялост
Да се научим за ходене
далеч от хората
и ситуации, които
заплашват
спокойствие,
самоуважение,
ценности, морала,
или себе си.
Прости другите.
Не защото те
заслужават прошка,
BYT, защото вие
заслужават мир.
Има три
решения на всеки
Проблем: Приемете го,
променете го или го оставете.
Ако не можете да го приемете,
Променете го. Ако не можете
Променете го, оставете го.
Ако не включим a
по-широко съзнание в нашите
Практика на внимателност,
може да има чувство за
Разделяне от. \ T
свят. Станете повече
наясно с тези около нас
и нашето въздействие върху другите
е от съществено значение по пътя
9443086587🦚🦚🦜🦜🦢🦢🦉🦉We ще научим някои уроци от птиците
1. Не яжте нищо през нощта
2. Не бродят града през нощта
3. осигурява коучинг на живота за децата си в своевременно.
4. Носът не яде. Без значение колко зърна са вдигнати, само основите се варят и ледат. Не вземайте нищо с вас, когато отидете.
5. Те започват да заспиват в тъмнината. Те се събуждат рано сутринта, които пеят щастливо.
6. Те не променят диетата си
7. Работете толкова дълго, колкото е силен в тялото му. Не почивайте през нощта или друго време.🦜
8. Не яжте, когато болни. Отнема храна след чувство на удобно.
9. дава и подхранва децата си с перфектна любов.
10. Да бъдеш труден работник не причинява сърдечни, чернодробни и белодробни заболявания.
11. Никога не действа срещу природата. Произтичащи от природата само за неговата важна нужда.
12. Защитава гнездото и околностите му с патронаж.
13. Никога не променя езика си и говори друг език
Животът е по-добър, ако вземем някои от тези уроци като уроци. ⁇
Всички
не човешки видове нямат религия, каста, вяра, раса, не са насилствени,
войнствени, терористи, без омраза, гняв, ревност, заблуда, глупост и не
болници. За всеки вирус, който е Hoax.so те са щастливи.
Растете собствената си храна 🍲 🍱 🥘 като 👍 зеленчуци 🥦 🥗 & плодове 🍌 🍎 🍉 Растения 🌱 в саксии 🪴 Да бъдат свободни птици 🐦 🦢 Плуване, за да бъдете здрави.
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9443086587🦚🦚🦜🦜🦢🦢🦉🦉பறவைகளிடமிருந்து நாம் சில பாடங்களை படிப்போம் 🦜🦚
1. இரவு நேரம் ஒன்றும் சாப்பிடுவதில்லை 🦜
2. இரவு நேரங்களில் ஊர் சுற்றுவதில்லை🦜
3. தன் பிள்ளைகளுக்கு தக்க சமயத்தில் வாழ்க்கைக்கான பயிற்சிகளை அளிக்கின்றன.🦜
4.
மூக்குமுட்ட உண்ணுவதில்லை. எவ்வளவு தானியங்களை இட்டு கொடுத்தாலும்
தேவையானவற்றை மட்டும் கொத்திவிட்டு பறந்து செல்கின்றன. போகும் போது எதையும்
எடுத்து போவதில்லை.🦜
5. இருள் சூழும்போதே உறங்க துவங்குகின்றன. அதிகாலை ஆனந்தமாய் பாட்டு பாடி எழுகின்றன.🦜
6. தனது ஆகாரத்தை அவை மாற்றுவதில்லை 🦜
7. தனது உடலில் வலுவுள்ளவரை உழைக்கின்றன. இரவு அல்லாது மற்ற நேரங்களில் ஓய்வு எடுப்பதில்லை.🦜
8. நோய் வந்தால் உண்ணுவதில்லை. சுகமான பின் உணவு எடுத்துக்கொள்கிறது.🦜
9. தன் குழந்தைகளுக்கு பரிபூரணமான அன்பை கொடுத்து வளர்க்கின்றன.🦜
10. கடுமையான உழைப்பாளிகளாயிருப்பதால், இதயம், கல்லீரல், நுரையீரல் நோய்களால் பாதிக்கப்படுவதில்லை.🦜
11. இயற்கைக்கு எதிராக ஒருபோதும் செயலாற்றுவதில்லை. தனது அத்தியாவசிய தேவைக்கு மட்டும் இயற்க்கையிலிருந்து பெற்று கொள்கின்றன.🦜
12. தனது கூடு மற்றும் சுற்று சுற்று சூழல்களை அனுசரனையோடு பாதுகாக்கின்றன.🦜
13. ஒருபோதும் தனது மொழியினை மாற்றி வேற்று மொழி கலந்து பேசுவதில்லை.🦚
இதில் சில படிப்பினைகளையாவது நாம் பாடமாக எடுத்துக்கொண்டால் வாழ்வு சிறப்பது திண்ணம். 🦉🦜🦢
9443086587🦚🦚🦜🦜🦢🦢🦉🦉We will learn some lessons from birds
1. Do not eat anything at night
2. Do not roam the town at night🦜
3. Provides life coaching for her children in due course.🦜
4.
Nose does not eat. No matter how many grains are brought in, only the
essentials are boiled and flown away. Do not take anything with you when
you go.🦜
5. They begin to fall asleep in the darkness. They wake up early in the morning singing happily.🦜
6. They do not change his diet
7. Work as long as he is strong in his body. Do not rest at night or other times.🦜
8. Do not eat when sick. Takes food after feeling comfortable.🦜
9. Gives and nurtures her children with perfect love.🦜
10. Being a hard worker does not cause heart, liver and lung diseases.🦜
11. Never acts against nature. Derived from nature only for his essential need.🦜
12. Protects his nest and surroundings with patronage.🦜
13. Never changes his language and speaks another language.🦚
Life is better if we take some of these lessons as lessons. ⁇
All
non human species have no religion,caste,creed ,race, are not violent,
militant, terrorists, no hatred, anger, jealousy, delusion, stupidity
and no hospitals🏥.for any virus that are hoax.So they are happy 😃.
Grow your own food 🍲 🍱 🥘 like 👍 vegetables 🥦 🥕 🥗 & fruits 🍌 🍎 🍉 plants 🌱 in pots 🪴 to be free birds 🐦 🦢 🦅 swim to be healthy.



The sculpture of the mahaparinirvana of the Buddha at Kasia.

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Nibbāna) is “blowing out” or “quenching” of the activities of the worldly mind and its related suffering


Nibbāna is the goal of the Buddhist path, and marks the soteriological release from worldly suffering and rebirths in saṃsāra.


Nibbāna  is part of the Third Truth on “cessation of dukkha” in the Four Noble Truths, and the “summum bonum of Buddhism and goal of the Eightfold Path.


In the Buddhist tradition, Nibbāna has commonly been interpreted as the extinction of the “three fires”, or “three poisons”, greed (raga), aversion (dvesha) and ignorance (moha).When these fires are extinguished, release from the cycle of rebirth (saṃsāra) is attained.


Nibbāna has also been claimed by some scholars to be identical with anatta (non-self) and sunyata
(emptiness) states though this is hotly contested by other scholars and
practicing monks. In time, with the development of the Buddhist
doctrine, other interpretations were given, such as the absence of the
weaving (vana) of activity of the mind, the elimination of desire, and
escape from the woods, cq. the five skandhas or aggregates.


Buddhist scholastic tradition identifies two types of Nibbāna: sopadhishesa-Nibbāna (Nibbāna with a remainder), and pariNibbāna or anupadhishesa-nirvana (Nibbāna without remainder, or final Nibbāna). The founder of Buddhism, the Buddha, is believed to have reached both these states.


Nibbāna, or the liberation from cycles of rebirth, is the highest aim of the Theravada tradition. In the Mahayana tradition, the highest goal is Buddhahood, in which there is no abiding in Nibbāna. Buddha helps liberate beings from saṃsāra
by teaching the Buddhist path. There is no rebirth for Buddha or people
who attain Nibbāna. But his teachings remain in the world for a certain
time as a guidance to attain Nibbāna.



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BANGALORE: The Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) on Sunday launched its election campaign with clear instructions to party workers not to resort the unethical means of electioneering, but stick to the principles of the party. The party organised a State party workers’ meet, which was attended by the office-bearers of different district units.

The party has sent a signal through the workers to the voters not to write off the BSP as a party belonging to certain class or group, but a party of all people. General secretary of the party Veer Singh said that the campaign should not involve mud-slinging, but deliver to the voters the true philosophy of the party.

Mr. Singh said the party workers have to influence the voters not to sell their votes.

National general secretary of the party P.G.R. Sindhia said BSP president Mayawati had given the freedom of choosing the candidates to the State unit. He said that the manifestoes of the parties were only facades and none of the parties carried out the promises made in their manifestoes. The BSP has done away with charting a manifesto and has planned to release a 20-page “concept paper,” which would spell out of the philosophy of the party.

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Creation of Good, Positive Radiant and Wise Rulers

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Advise on Good Governance

The basis of religion is morality, purity and faith forever

The basis of religion is morality, purity and faith forever

While that of politics is power

Aims and Objects

Reformation of individuals of the society suggesting some general principles through which the society can be guided towards greater humanism, improved welfare of its members, and more equitable sharing of resources

A good and just political system guarantees basic human rights and contains checks and balances to the use of power as an important condition for a happy in society. Complete freedom can be found in any system only in minds, which are free. To be free, people will have to look within their own minds and work towards freeing themselves. Freedom in the truest sense is only possible when a person uses Self imposed Rule of Law to develop his character through good speech and action and to train his mind so as to expand his mental potential and achieve his ultimate aim of enlightenment.

While recognizing the usefulness of separating religion from politics and the limitations of political systems in bringing about peace and happiness, there are several aspects of the Buddha’s teaching which have close correspondence to the political arrangements of the present day.

Firstly, the Buddha spoke about the equality of all human beings long before Abraham Lincoln, and that classes and castes are artificial barriers erected by society. The only classification of human beings, according to the Buddha, is based on the quality of their moral conduct. Secondly, the Buddha encouraged the spirit of social -co-operation and active participation in society. This spirit is actively promoted in the political process of modern societies. Thirdly, since no one was appointed as the Buddha’s successor, the members of the Order were to be guided by the Dhamma and Vinaya, or in short, the Rule of Law. Until today very member of the Sangha is to abide by the Rule of Law which governs and guides their conduct.

Fourthly, the Buddha encouraged the spirit of consultation and the democratic process. This is shown within the community of the Order in which all members have the right to decide on matters of general concern. When a serious question arose demanding attention, the issues were put before the monks and discussed in a manner similar to the democratic parliamentary system used today. This self-governing procedure may come as a surprise to many to learn that in the assemblies of Buddhists in India 2,500 years and more ago are to be found the rudiments of the parliamentary practice of the present day. (Historians maintain that one of the world’s first democratic republics with an elected assembly of representatives flourished here in the 6th century B.C. in the time of the Vajjis and the Lichchavis. And while Pataliputra, capital of the Mauryas and the Guptas, held political sway over the Gangetic plain, Vaishali was a rich center for trade and industry.) Vaishali has a past that pre-dates recorded history. It is held that the town derives its name from King Vishal, whose heroic deeds are narrated in that around the time Pataliputra was the centre of political activity in the Gangetic plains, Vaishali came into existence as centre of the Ganga, Vaishali is credited with being the World’s First Republic to have a duly elected assembly of representatives and efficient administration A special officer similar to ‘Mr. Speaker’ was appointed to preserve the dignity of the Parliamentary Chief Whip, was also appointed to see if the quorum was secured. Matters were put forward in the form of a motion which was open to discussion. In some cases it was done once, in others three times, thus anticipating the practice of Parliament in requiring that a bill be read a third time before it becomes law. If the discussion showed a difference of opinion, it was to be settled by the vote of the majority through balloting.

Equality of all human beings

While recognizing the usefulness of separating religion from politics and the limitations of political systems in bringing about peace and happiness, there are several aspects which have close correspondence to the political arrangements of the and guides their conduct.

Present day.

Firstly, about the equality of all human beings, it is based on the quality of their moral conduct. Secondly, encouragement of the spirit of social -co-operation and active participation in society. This spirit is actively promoted in the political process of modern societies. Thirdly, the members of the good, positive, radiant and wise Order were to be guided by the Rule of Law. Until today such member of the is to abide by the Rule of Law which governs

Consultation and the democratic process.

Fourthly, encouragement the spirit of consultation and the democratic process. This is shown within the community of the Order in which all members have the right to decide on matters of general concern. When a serious question arose demanding attention, the issues were put before the wise and discussed in a manner similar to the democratic parliamentary system used today. This self-governing procedure may come as a surprise to many to learn that in the assemblies in India 2,500 years and more ago are to be found the rudiments of the parliamentary practice of the present day. (Historians maintain that one of the world’s first democratic republics with an elected assembly of representatives flourished here in the 6th century B.C. in the time of the Vajjis and the Lichchavis. And while Pataliputra, capital of the Mauryas and the Guptas, held political sway over the Gangetic plain, Vaishali was a rich center for trade and industry.) Vaishali has a past that pre-dates recorded history. It is held that the town derives its name from King Vishal, whose heroic deeds are narrated in that around the time Pataliputra was the centre of political activity in the Gangetic plains, Vaishali came into existence as centre of the Ganga, Vaishali is credited with being the World’s First Republic to have a duly elected assembly of representatives and efficient administration A special officer similar to ‘Mr. Speaker’ was appointed to preserve the dignity of the Parliamentary Chief Whip, was also appointed to see if the quorum was secured. Matters were put forward in the form of a motion which was open to discussion. In some cases it was done once, in others three times, thus anticipating the practice of Parliament in requiring that a bill be read a third time before it becomes law. If the discussion showed a difference of opinion, it was to be settled by the vote of the majority through balloting.

Moralization and the Responsible use of Public Power

The Buddhist approach to political power is the moralization and the responsible use of public power. The Buddha preached non-violence and peace as a universal message. He did not approve of violence or the destruction of life, and declared that there is no such thing as a ‘just’ war. He taught: ‘The victor breeds hatred, the defeated lives in misery. He who renounces both victory and defeat is happy and peaceful.’ Not only did the Buddha teach non-violence and peace, He was perhaps the first and only religious teacher who went to the battlefield personally to prevent the outbreak of a war. He diffused tension between the Sakyas and the Koliyas who were about to wage war over the waters of Rohini. He also dissuaded King Ajatasattu from attacking the Kingdom of the Vajjis.

The Buddha discussed the importance and the prerequisites of a good government. He showed how the country could become corrupt, degenerate and unhappy when the head of the government becomes corrupt and unjust. He spoke against corruption and how a government should act based on humanitarian principles.

The Buddha once said, ‘When the ruler of a country is just and good, the ministers become just and good; when the ministers are just and good, the higher officials become just and good; when the higher officials are just and good, the rank and file become just and good; when the rank and file become just and good, the people become just and good.’(Anguttara Nikaya)

Buddha’s Rule for Good Government

In the Jataka, the Buddha had given to rules for Good Government, known as ‘Dasa Raja Dharma’. These ten rules can be applied even today by any government which wishes to rule the country peacefully. The rules are as follows:

1)    be liberal and avoid selfishness,
2) maintain a high moral character,
3) be prepared to sacrifice one’s own pleasure for the well-being of the subjects,
4) be honest and maintain absolute integrity,
5) be kind and gentle,
6) lead a simple life for the subjects to emulate,
7) be free from hatred of any kind,
8) exercise non-violence,
9) practice patience, and
10) respect public opinion to promote peace and harmony.

Regarding the behavior of rulers, He further advised:

-         A good ruler should act impartially and should not be biased and discriminate between one particular group of subjects against another.
- A good ruler should not harbor any form of hatred against any of his subjects.
- A good ruler should show no fear whatsoever in the enforcement of the law, if it is justifiable.
- A good ruler must possess a clear understanding of the law to be enforced. It should not be enforced just because the ruler has the authority to enforce the law. It must be done in a reasonable manner and with common sense. — (Cakkavatti Sihananda Sutta)

  To be censured is the ruler who conducts himself as a robber of the public

In the Milinda Panha,it is stated: ‘If a man, who is unfit, incompetent, immoral, improper, unable and unworthy of kingship, has enthroned himself a king or a ruler with great authority, he is subject to be tortured‚ to be subject to a variety of punishment by the people, because, being unfit and unworthy, he has placed himself unrighteously in the seat of sovereignty. The ruler, like others who violate and transgress moral codes and basic rules of all social laws of mankind, is equally subject to punishment; and moreover, to be censured is the ruler who conducts himself as a robber of the public.’ In a Jataka story, it is mentioned that a ruler who punishes innocent people and does not punish the culprit is not suitable to rule a country.

Long live His Majesty

The king always improves himself and carefully examines his own conduct in deeds, words and thoughts, trying to discover and listen to public opinion as to whether or not he had been guilty of any faults and mistakes in ruling the kingdom. If it is found that he rules unrighteously, the public will complain that they are ruined by the wicked ruler with unjust treatment, punishment, taxation, or other oppressions including corruption of any kind, and they will react against him in one way or another. On the contrary, if he rules righteously they will bless him: ‘Long live His Majesty.’ (Majjhima Nikaya)

The Buddha’s emphasis on the moral duty of a ruler

The Buddha’s emphasis on the moral duty of a ruler to use public power to improve the welfare of the people had inspired Emperor Asoka in the Third Century B.C. to do likewise. Emperor Asoka, a sparkling example of this principle, resolved to live according to and preach the Dhamma and to serve his subjects and all humanity. He declared his non-aggressive intentions to his neighbors, assuring them of his goodwill and sending envoys to distant kings bearing his message of peace and non-aggression. He promoted the energetic practice of the socio-moral virtues of honesty, truthfulness, compassion, benevolence, non-violence, considerate behavior towards all, non-extravagance, non-acquisitiveness, and non-injury to animals. He encouraged religious freedom and mutual respect for each other’s creed. He went on periodic tours preaching the Dhamma to the rural people. He undertook works of public utility, such as founding of hospitals for men and animals, supplying of medicine, planting of roadside trees and groves, digging of wells, and construction of watering sheds and rest houses. He expressly forbade cruelty to animals.

Buddha - a social reformer

Sometimes the Buddha is said to be a social reformer. Among other things, He condemned the caste system, recognized the equality of people, spoke on the need to improve socio-economic conditions, recognized the importance of a more equitable distribution of wealth among the rich and the poor, raised the status of women, recommended the incorporation of humanism in government and administration, and taught that a society should not be run by greed but with consideration and compassion for the people. Despite all these, His contribution to mankind is much greater because He took off at a point which no other social reformer before or ever since had done, that is, by going to the deepest roots of human ill which are found in the human mind. It is only in the human mind that true reform can be effected. Reforms imposed by force upon the external world have a very short life because they have no roots. But those reforms which spring as a result of the transformation of man’s inner consciousness remain rooted. While their branches spread outwards, they draw their nourishment from an unfailing source — the subconscious imperatives of the life-stream itself. So reforms come about when men’s minds have prepared the way for them, and they live as long as men revitalize them out of their own love of truth, justice and their fellow men.

Nibbana

The doctrine preached by the Buddha is not one based on ‘Political Philosophy’. Nor is it a doctrine that encourages men to worldly pleasures. It sets out a way to attain Nibbana. In other words, its ultimate aim is to put an end to craving (Tanha) that keeps them in bondage to this world. A stanza from the Dhammapada best summarizes this statement: ‘The path that leads to worldly gain is one, and the path that leads to Nibbana (by leading a religious life)is another

Theories on Governance

The Ten Royal Qualities

First, let it be explained as to why the term ‘royal’ has been used to denote these qualities. There are two reasons for it. First and foremost it is to emphasise the exalted nature, or the greatness of the qualities. Secondly, it is because these qualities are most relevant and necessary for the exercise of leadership.

Leadership
Before we get on to the ten qualities, let us get a simple definition of what a leader is, of what leadership means. If a person by his ideas, his perceptions, his decisions, have an impact or bearing or an influence on others lives, on the welfare of other beings then such a person is a leader. A leader also will have to determine his objectives and realise those objectives. However, the essence of leadership, is to show the way. From that standpoint we find that there is leadership in a home, in welfare institutions ,in educational institutions, professional institutions in business, in industry and commerce, in
Temples, Hermitages, other places of worship, in a village, in a town, in a city or in a country. So there is leadership to be found in all these institutions and at various levels. Wherever there is a grouping of beings, there is always a requirement for leadership.

Proximate and Root causes
Now in the process of learning through numerous educational institutions, professional institutions and through on-the-job training process we come to acquire certain perceptions and certain skills about leadership and the attainment of objectives. Such learning has its relevance, but it also has its limitation. Being learned is a necessary condition for the fulfilment of objectives for a leader. However, learning is only a proximate cause for the realisation of those objectives. Often we find, in spite of much learning, much training and much effort that results don’t match our anticipation. Sometimes the results end up in disaster. This is because whilst great effort and concentration has gone towards the fulfilment of those necessary proximate causes, insufficient attention has been paid to the fulfilment of certain essential root causes.
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Learning is a necessary cause, a necessary condition. However, there are certain other essential conditions at root level which must be established, developed and made much of, for the realisation of wholesome aspirations, of wholesome objectives. A leader must acquire, develop and make much of such root conditions. These ten royal qualities of leadership, go to make up, those root conditions. It is the foundation on which he builds up his path. If the foundation is weak, needless to say the results, will not be in accordance with one’s anticipations. If however, the foundation is strong, the root causes are well established, those necessary proximate causes also will fall into place with effortless ease and most of all the results of one’s effort will be in accordance with one’s anticipations. Through that process one can be content that not only has one achieved one’s own objectives but it has also been for one’s own welfare and most of all for the welfare of others too, because welfare of others must always be foremost in the mind of a leader.

Brief outline of ten royal qualities and thereafter how they get developed. There are ten such qualities.

Dana - Gifting
Parithyaga - Sacrifice
Sila - Virtue
Thapasa - Austerity
lrju - Uprightness
Murdu - Soft
Avihimsa - Non-harm
Akrodaya - Non-ill will
Kanthi - Forbearance
Avirodita - Non-conflict

Dana 

Dana means gifting. This means that you gift necessary requisites for the sustenance of human life. Not only to human life but sometimes to other types of beings too. Then we also have occasions when one devotes ones time and energy to certain wholesome deeds. That is also a mode of gifting. Then there is the gift of truth, where one assists others to realise the true nature of things. That is the highest of all gifts.

Parithyaga

Parithyaga means sacrifice. Here one sacrifices one’s wealth, one’s comforts, one’s time, one’s energies, one’s pleasures for the welfare of other beings. It is totally sacrificed for the welfare of others.

Economic Teachings of the Buddha

Certain modern schools of thought like Marxism regard the economic domain as the primary determinant of social existence and dismiss everything else as mere superstructure, a secondary overlay resting on the material substratum.

Contrary to this view, the Buddha recognizes that there are many interdependent spheres of human activity. These cannot be subjected to any simplistic reduction, but must be seen as interrelated and mutually efficacious. The Buddha took note of the importance of economics in human life and he held that for people to be capable of personal and spiritual progress, the economic foundation has to be secure.

In many sutta’s the Buddha has pointed out that poverty can lead to the decline of moral values - to stealing, lying, murder, etc., and eventually to complete social chaos. He teaches not only that economics largely determines man’s moral condition, but also that the government has a responsibility to correct any extreme economic injustice. He advises the king to look after the economic well being of his subjects. He says that the king has to give seed to the farmers for their crops and feed for their cattle, capital to the merchants and businessman to conduct their business, and jobs to the civil servants, etc.

Generosity

Buddhism promotes economic wellbeing in society by its stress on the virtue of generosity. The Buddha teaches all his disciples, whether monks or laymen, to practice giving, to be generous and bountiful. The wealthy in particular have an obligation to give to the poor, to help and assist the poor.

The things that can be given have been minutely classified as follows:

The basic requirements are:

  1. Food
  2. Clothing
  3. Dwelling places
  4. Medicine

Secondary objects:

  1. Vehicles
  2. Books

Utensils, lights, seats etc.

The Buddha especially praises, the giving of food

The Buddha especially praises, the giving of food. He says that if people knew the benefits of giving food, they would not sit down to a single meal without sharing it with someone if there is an opportunity for them to do so. He says one who gives food gives the following five things and in return receives these five as its karmic result.

He gives :

  1. Life (long life )

  • Beauty (good complexion)
  • Happiness
  • Strength (physical health)
  • Intelligence (mind is able to function properly)
  • Specific advice to laymen

    The Buddha gave the following advice to a group of lay people as conducive to their happiness here and now.


    (a) Energy and diligence
    You have to be energetic and diligent in performing your job whether it is farming, a trade, business or a profession.

    (b) Security
    You have to protect your wealth.

    (c) Good friendship
    Associate with true friends, with wise and virtuous people who will help you and protect you, and guide you in Dhamma.

    (d) Balanced livelihood
    You should not be too bountiful, spending more than your means allow, and you should not be niggardly, clinging to your wealth. Avoid these extremes and spend in proportion to your income.

    Buddha gave Advice For Long Term Benefit

    Then he gave them advice for their long term benefit: as (a) faith and confidence in spiritual values, (b) generosity, (c) moral discipline and (d) wisdom.

    Right Livelihood
    The Buddha laid down four standards of right livelihood to which a lay follower should conform.

    1. He should acquire wealth only by legal means.
    2. He should acquire it without violence.
    3. He should acquire it honestly.

    He should require it in ways which do not harm others.

     

    Prosperity and Happiness The Buddhist View

    Many people, including Buddhists, believe that Buddhism spurns the acquisition of material comforts and pleasure and is concerned only with spiritual development. The attainment of Nibbana is, indeed, the goal. However,

    The Buddha’s attitude towards material wealth

    The Buddha was very much alive to the fact that economic stability is essential for man’s welfare and happiness.

    In the Anguttaranikaya (A.II. (69-70) the Buddha mentions that there are four kinds of happiness derived from wealth. They are:

    1) Atthisukha - The happiness of ownership.

    2) Anavajjasukha - The happiness derived from wealth which is earned by means of right livelihood, i.e. not dealing in the sale of harmful weapons, not dealing in the slaughter of animals and sale of flesh, not dealing in the sale of liquor, not dealing in the sale of human beings (e.g. slavery and prostitution) and not dealing in the sale of poisons.

    3) Ananasukha - the happiness derived from not being in debt.

    4) Bhogasukha - the happiness of sharing one’s wealth. This kind of happiness is an extremely important concept in Buddhism.

    Although the Buddha saw that economic stability was important for man’s happiness, he also saw the harmful side of wealth. Rather, he saw that man’s natural desires and propensities are such that wealth provides ample scope for these propensities to surface and indulge themselves. Yet, it appears, desires can never be fully satisfied for it is stated in the Ratthapalasutta (M.II.68) “Uno loko atitto tanhadaso.” The world is never satisfied and is ever a slave to craving. The Dhammapada (vs. 186-187) also points out this insatiability in man. “Na kahapana vassena titthi kamesu vijjati…” Not by a shower of gold coins does contentment arise in sensual pleasures.

    The Buddha’s prescriptions for prosperity and happiness

    The Buddha’s prescriptions for prosperity and happiness have been always laced with liberal doses of ethics.The following pages try to make this connection.

    On another occasion the Buddha said, ” Grass is to be sought for by those in need of grass. Firewood is to be sought for by those in need of firewood. A cart to be sought for by those in need of a cart. A servant by him who is in need of a servant. But, Headman, in no manner whatsoever do I declare that gold and silver be accepted or sought for. “(S.IV 326) The meaning is very clear from these statements. Wealth is to be sought not as an end in itself but as a means to an end, for attaining various objectives and fulfilling duties.

    The Andhasutta (A.I. 128-129) presents an apt analogy where we can locate the ethically ideal position. The Buddha says there are three types of persons to be found in the world: The totally blind, the one who can see with one eye, and, the one who can see with both eyes. The man who is totally blind is the one who can neither acquire wealth nor discern right from wrong. The one who can see with one eye is the man who can acquire wealth but cannot discern right from wrong. The one who has perfect sight in both eyes is the ideal individual. He can acquire wreath and also discern what is right from wrong. The Buddhist view is that the ideal man is the man who is wealthy and virtuous.

    The Buddha Classified People

    In another analogy (S.I.. 93ff) the Buddha classified people into the following categories:

    Tama (dark) to Tama (dark)
    Tama (dark) to Joti (light)
    Joti (light) to tama (dark)
    Joti (light) to Joti (light)

    The tama person is poor and may or may not possess good qualities such as faith and generosity. The Joti person is rich and may or may not possess good qualities such as faith and generosity. The Tama person who does not possess good qualities who is mean and devoid of faith will go from darkness to darkness. The Tama person who has faith and is of a generous disposition will go from darkness to light. The joti person who is devoid of faith and generosity will go from light to darkness. The Joti person who has good qualities will go from light to light.

    Sometimes wealth causes certain people to be miserly. The Buddha has remarked that riches “that are not rightly utilized run to waste, not to enjoyment” and compares such a person to a lake of pure water lying in an inaccessible savage region. (S.I. 89-90).

    How should one acquire wealth in a way that will conduce to prosperity and happiness?

    People from various walks of life and of varying temperaments came to the Buddha to ask him all kinds of advice. The people of Veludvara and Dhigajanu Vyaggapajja of Kakkarapatta, for instance (on separate occasions) visited the Buddha and requested him to teach them those things which would conduce to their happiness in this life as well as the next.

    Dhiajanu Vyaggapajja (like the people of veludvara) confessed to enjoying life thoroughly. “Lord” he said “we householders like supporting wives and children. We love to use the finest muslins from < ?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = “urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags” />Benares and the best sandalwood, deck ourselves with flowers, garlands and cosmetics. We also like to use both silver and gold.” (A.IV 280)

    With great compassion did the Buddha give Vyaggapajja (as he did the people of veludvara on another occasion) a comprehensive prescription for the attainment of prosperity and happiness without ever deprecating the life of sensuous enjoyment Laymen like to lead. It is in this sutta that the Buddha advocated four conditions which if fulfilled would give one prosperity and happiness. They are:

    Acquiring Material Wealth

    1. Utthanasampada - achievement in alertness. The Buddha has described this quality as skill and perseverance and applying an inquiring mind into ways and means whereby one is able to arrange and carry out one’s work successfully.

    2. Arakkhasampada - achievement in carefulness,

    3. Kalyanamittata - having the companionship of good friends who have the qualities of faith, virtue, generosity and wisdom.

    4. Samajivikata - maintaining a balanced livelihood. This last condition requires one not to be unduly elated or dejected in the face of gain or loss but to have a good idea of one’s income and expenditure and live within one’s means. A man is advised not to waste his wealth like shaking a fig tree to get one fruit, thereby causing all the fruits on the tree, ripe and unripe, to fall on the ground and go waste. Nor is one advised to hoard wealth without enjoying it and die of starvation.

    This advice with regard to acquiring material wealth is followed up with four conditions for one’s spiritual welfare which would ensure one a happy birth in the next life also. They are: Having the qualities of faith, (saddha) virtue, (sila) charity (dana) and wisdom (panna)

    Balance Between Material and Spiritual Progress

    A careful look at the two sets of four conditions clearly show that the principle underlying them is that one should maintain a balance between material and spiritual progress. Directing one’s attention to one’s spiritual welfare along with one’s daily activities having to do with acquiring wealth acts as a break to ever-increasing greed. The purpose of restraining greed or sense desires is to develop contentment with less wants. Amassing wealth for its own sake is condemned by the Buddha. When wealth is not shared and is used only to satisfy one’s own selfish aims, it leads to resentment in society. When this sutta is carefully considered the connection between ethics and happiness becomes apparent.

    Further in the sutta, wealth is likened to a tank of water with four outlets through which the water is liable to flow out and go waste. These outlets are what dissipates wealth, viz., debauchery, addiction to liquor, gambling and keeping company with evil doers. The four inlets which keep replenishing the supply of water in the tank are the practicing of the opposites of what has been mentioned above such as abstaining from debauchery, etc.

    According to the Alavakasutta (Sn. p.33) wealth is acquired by energetic striving, amassed by strength of arm and sweat of brow.

    Dhananjanisutta

    The Buddha has also observed that in acquiring wealth one should not be deterred by cold, heat, flies, mosquitoes, wind, sun, creeping things, dying of hunger and thirst but that one should be prepared to endure all these difficulties. (M.I. 85) In short, being idle and shirking hardships is not the best way to succeed in gaining prosperity.

    Earning wealth through selling intoxicating liquor, harmful weapons, drugs and poisons or animals to be killed are all condemned. They fall into the category of wrong livelihood (A.III 206.) One’s livelihood must be earned through lawful means, non - violently (S.IV 336). In fact, the Buddha has stated that the wealth of those who amass it without intimidating others, like a roving bee who gathers honey without damaging flowers, well increase in the same way as does an anthill. (D.III 188)

    In the Dhananjanisutta (M.II. 188) ven’ble Sariputta states that no one can escape the dreadful results of unlawful and non - righteous methods of livelihood by giving the reason that one is engaged in them to perform his duties and fulfill obligations. The Dhammikasutta of the Sutta nipata states “Let him dutifully maintain his parents and practice an honourable trade. The householder who observes this strenuously goes to the gods by name Sayampabhas.”

     


    Online edition of India’s National Newspaper
    Tuesday, Apr 15, 2008

    Shivajinagar has the lowest number of voters

    Staff Reporter



    Bangalore: Shivajinagar Assembly constituency has the lowest number of voters among the 21 constituencies of the Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike electoral district.

    The size of this constituency has been enhanced following delimitation as three more wards of the Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike are included to this in addition to the existing three wards.

    Sampangiramanagar (ward 77), Vasanthnagar (78) and Shivajinagar (79) wards were part of this constituency prior to the delimitation exercise.

    Bharathinagar (80), Ulsoor (81) and Jayamahal (92) wards, which were spread in the erstwhile Jayamahal and Bharathinagar constituencies, were included during delimitation process.

    This constituency comprises areas such as Kumara Park East, Jayamahal Extension, Bharathinagar, Shivajinagar and parts of Ulsoor.

    Vidhana Soudha is part of this constituency.

    Shanthinagar

    This assembly constituency was reserved for Scheduled Castes prior to the process of delimitation.

    Now it is a general constituency and has the highest sex ratio among the 21 constituencies of the BBMP electoral district.

    Six wards of the BBMP, Neelasandra (ward no 69), Shanthinagar (70), Austin Town (71), Domlur (72), Jogupalya (75) and Richmond Town (ward no 76) are part of this constituency.

    While Neelasandra was in the Uttarahalli constituency prior to delimitation, parts of Koramangala (67), which were in this constituency prior to delimitation, are now shifted to the neighbouring BTM Layout.

    Ashoknagar, Langford Town, Richmond Town, Ulsoor, Cambridge Layout, Domlur, Agaram, Victoria Layout, Viveknagar, localities around M.G. Road and St. Mark’s Road are part of this constituency.

    Tuesday, April 15, 2008

    It’s an EPIC struggle indeed

    If a voter wants to get an electronic photo identity card (EPIC) in Bangalore City, then he or she needs to be blessed with loads of luck…

    This was the impression gained when Deccan Herald did a reality check at three EPIC centres on Monday.

    Thousands have been queuing up for EPICs at the many counters in the City every day, while only a few hundreds get them by the end of the day.

    Officials of Macro Infotech, which has been awarded the contract to issue EPICs, remained unavailable for any comments on the campaign.

    Austin Town

    About a thousand people had queued up at 8 am on Monday, though the centre was to open at 9 am.

    People stood in two depressingly long queues: one for obtaining counterfoils confirming the existence of voters’ names in the voters’ list, and the other for EPICs.

    As against the over 3,000 voters who flocked the centre, hardly 500 cards were issued. Hundreds were seen returning after looking at the serpentine queues.

    Tax inspector Srikanth manning a counter, said: “The agency has provided only a single laptop with web camera for taking photographs. At least five cameras are required.”

    Bharatinagar

    Only 300 of the 1,500-odd who queued up for EPICs, were successful in obtaining the cards. But people who came in the afternoon were issued counterfoils for use the next day.

    Returning empty-handed, BBM student Mohammed Dawood said: “I had a holiday today and came for the ID. But, the waiting was in vain. They want me to come tomorrow which is difficult.”

    Those who came to the EPIC centre at Income Tax Regional Training School on Crescent Road were greeted by a small poster which read: “For Voters’ Photo Session, visit Corporation Office (Devanga School), near Ulsoorgate Police Station, Sampangiramanagar, from 14-04-2008 to 17-04-2008.”

    Location shift

    Students Priyanka and Ankita were seen rushing out in search of the new venue. A person working at the premises, said that the EPIC drive was conducted at the school on Saturday and Sunday, before being shifted.

    Mythili, a resident of Munishwara Layout in Yelahanka constituency, waited for hours on Sunday and till afternoon on Monday, only to be told that her name did not figure in the voters’ list in the computer. “Although my name is in the hardcopy of the voters’ list, it is not there in the computer,” she fumed.

    After a five-hour futile wait, Khizar Ahmed of Austin Town, said: “My name has not been included in the voters’ list although I had applied for it  in August 2007.”

    Chief Electoral Officer M N Vidyashankar said the EPIC drive was affected on Sunday due to power disruption in many areas. “Otherwise, there has been no problem,” he claimed.

    On long queues, he said he has directed officials to instal additional systems at all centres.

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    Before there were schools and school-learning; when elders were teachers and children were wise; when learning was understanding and applying what you understood, not just repeating what you could memorize; and when time was free, and working was no different from dancing or singing or telling stories . . . 

    . . . one morning, some children gathered at their favorite meeting place, in a green meadow, under a large tree, where they met with an elder of their community who asked them the question, “If you could make a wish what would it be?”

    The first child spoke, “I wish for the health and well-being of my family and friends, and of everyone in my community; and that we always remember to support and appreciate each other.”

    The second child said, “My wish is that I will do all that I can to develop my skills and abilities. That I am creative and energetic and kind.”

    A third child spoke, “My wish is that we treat people from elsewhere as we would treat each other, even if they seem different or weird. That we remember to speak up for them when others forget.”

    Then the fourth child spoke, “My wish is for the Earth. That we respect all species, and the air and soil and water.”

    A fifth child said, “My wish is that we remain always curious about the unknown, that we are trusting of the mysterious and open to the promise of the yet-to-be-revealed.”

    The elder asked the children if they believed that wishes can come true.

    The children answered, “Yes, we believe that they can.”

    Then the elder asked, “How does that happen. How can it be that wishes come true?”

    “By keeping on wishing. & Imagining! & Working!” said one.

    “Though our intention and passion,” said another.

    “By our love,” said another.  “By trusting life,”

    Then the elder said: “Remember that you are unique, that life has never expressed itself as it now expresses itself through each one of you.

    “Remember that each of us is always changing and that things become real by your willingness to adapt and learn from those changes.

    “Even the things we feel and believe most strongly are constantly in process.

    “CHANGE is at the very foundation of things, even those things that appear to be most solid.

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    79 Buddha’s Most Powerful Positive Own Words 𝓛𝓔𝓢𝓢𝓞𝓝 4398 Sat 9 Apr 2022 There is no fear for someone who is awake, whose mind is uncontaminated by craving, and is unperplexed, and who has given up vice and virtue
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    79 Buddha’s Most Powerful Positive Own Words

    𝓛𝓔𝓢𝓢𝓞𝓝 4398 Sat 9 Apr 2022
    There is no fear for
    someone who is
    awake, whose mind
    is uncontaminated
    by craving,
    and is unperplexed,
    and who has given up
    vice and virtue

    tipitaka pali canon (Theravada) ☸️

    • 06) ClassicalDevanagari,Classical Hindi-Devanagari- शास्त्रीय हिंदी,


    फलों व सब्जियों से फैल रही बीमारी से बचने के लिए करें ये आसान उपाय । fruits and vegetables
    अच्छा करो मन
    अपनी खुद की सब्जियां और फलों को बढ़ाएं
    ध्यानात्मक मानसिक तैराकी करें
    इसके लिए कोई डर नहीं है
    कोई जो
    जागो, जिसका मन
    अनियंत्रित है
    लालसा द्वारा,
    और बेकार है,
    और किसने दिया है
    वाइस और पुण्य
    हालांकि आप सौ साल तक रह सकते हैं
    अनैतिक और अनियंत्रित,
    बेहतर एक दिन है
    नैतिक रूप से और अवशोषित रहते थे
    (उच्च ध्यान राज्यों में।-बुद्ध
    दीर्घकालिक लाभ और खुशी के लिए
    स्वयं को प्रशिक्षित करें:
    ‘भले ही मैं शरीर में पीड़ित हो सकता हूं, मेरा दिमाग असुरक्षित होगा।’
    इस तरह आपको खुद को प्रशिक्षित करना चाहिए। “
    एक
    अच्छी तरह से निर्देशित शिष्य ने महान लोगों के लिए सम्मान किया है और
    उनके धम्म में अच्छी तरह से ज्ञात और अनुशासित है; अखंडता के पुरुषों के
    लिए सम्मान है और अपने धम्म में अच्छी तरह से ज्ञात और अनुशासित है - उनके
    रूप में बदलाव और बदलते हैं, लेकिन वह अपने परिवर्तन और परिवर्तन पर दुख,
    विलाप, दर्द, संकट, या निराशा में नहीं आते हैं। “
    दो ब्राह्मण -120 वर्ष के लिए -
    मेरिटोरियस कर्म जो आनंद लाते हैं।
    जिंदा रहते हुए योग्यता बनाएं।
    जब दुनिया बुढ़ापे और मृत्यु के साथ आग लगती है, तो उसे देकर [भविष्य की धन] को बचाना चाहिए: “
    “नैतिक आचरण बुढ़ापे तक एक अच्छी तरह से कार्य करता है।
    श्रीडा यदि अच्छी तरह से स्थापित है, तो एक अच्छी तरह से कार्य करता है।
    ज्ञान मनुष्य के लिए एक कीमती खजाना है।
    अच्छे कार्यों की योग्यता चोरों को दूर करने के लिए मुश्किल है। “
    एक व्यक्ति वह छोड़ देता है जो वह मेरे रूप में संकुचित करता है। - बुद्ध
    चूंकि कमल के पत्ते पर एक पानी के मोती का पालन नहीं होता है, इसलिए ऋषि पालन नहीं करता है। - बुद्ध
    एक बुद्धिमान व्यक्ति जिसे माना जाता है उससे भ्रमित नहीं होता है। - बुद्ध
    कोशिश करें और दाएं आजीविका, सही प्रयास, सही दिमागीपन, दाएं एकाग्रता, उम्र बढ़ने के रूप में तनावपूर्ण है। - बुद्ध
    डॉक्टर का निदान
    कॉफी की कीमत के लिए 150 साल तक जीवित रहें
    निकोटिनामाइड
    एडेनाइन डिन्यूक्लियोटाइड (एनएडी) 15 ग्राम $ 62.00 पर है जो मानव शरीर
    में ऊर्जा उत्पन्न करने में भूमिका निभाता है ‘एक दिन में एक कॉफी की कीमत
    के लिए’ एक आश्चर्यजनक विरोधी बुढ़ापे की सफलता मनुष्यों को 150 साल तक
    जीवित रह सकती है और orgnet.new हार्वर्ड प्रोफेसर डेविड सिंक्लेयर और न्यू
    साउथ वेल्स विश्वविद्यालय के शोधकर्ताओं द्वारा प्रक्रिया मिली है, जिसमें
    सेल ईप्रोग्रामिंग शामिल है।
    आइए हमारे सभी घरों को निब्बाना प्राप्त करने के लिए सभी समाजों के लिए मार्ग दिखाने के लिए परिवर्तित करें
    बुद्ध के शब्दों में शक्ति है
    परिपक्वता है
    चलना सीखना
    लोगों से दूर
    और ऐसी स्थितियाँ
    अपने को धमकी दें
    मन की शांति,
    आत्म सम्मान,
    मूल्य, नैतिकता,
    या आत्म लायक।
    दूसरों को क्षमा करें।
    क्योंकि वे नहीं
    क्षमा करने योग्य,
    BYT क्योंकि आप
    शांति के लायक।
    वहाँ तीन हैं
    हर समाधान
    समस्या: इसे स्वीकार करें,
    इसे बदलें, या इसे छोड़ दें।
    यदि आप इसे स्वीकार नहीं कर सकते हैं,
    बदल दें। यदि आप नहीं कर सकते
    इसे बदलें, इसे छोड़ दें।
    अगर हम एक शामिल नहीं हैं
    हमारे में व्यापक जागरूकता
    दिमागीपन का अभ्यास,
    की भावना हो सकती है
    से अलग
    दुनिया। और अधिक होता जा रहा
    हमारे आसपास के लोगों के बारे में पता है
    और दूसरों पर हमारा प्रभाव
    रास्ते पर आवश्यक है

    youtube.com
    फलों व सब्जियों से फैल रही बीमारी से बचने के लिए करें ये आसान उपाय । fruits and vegetables
    फलों व सब्जियों से फैल रही बीमारी से बचने के लिए करें ये आसान उपाय ।#rubiscreativity #fruitsandvegetables

    • 08) Classical Afrikaans– Klassieke Afrikaans- https://translate.google.com does not No translate
  • tipitaka pali canon (Theravada) ☸️
  • A wise person’s mindfulness
    holds them poised in
    constant equanimity where
    arrogance is impossible;
    they make no comparison
    with the rest of the world
    as ’superior’, ‘inferior’
    or ‘equal’.
    -Purabheda Sutta



  • 09) Classical Albanian-Shqiptare klasike,-https://translate.google.com does not No translate
  • tipitaka pali canon (Theravada) ☸️
    To support one’s father
    and mother; to cherish
    one’s wife and children,
    and to be engaged in
    peaceful occupations.
    This is the highest blessing.
    -Mangala Sutta



  • 10) Classical Amharic-አንጋፋዊ አማርኛ,-https://translate.google.com does not No translate
  • tipitaka pali canon (Theravada) ☸️
  • The mind that is not touched
  • by the worldly winds, the mind
  • that is free from sorrow,
  • stainless and secure
  • - this is the highest blessing
  • - The Buddha Mangala Sutta



  • 11) Classical Arabic-اللغة العربية الفصحى



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    هل good😊purify العقل
    تنمو الخضروات والفواكه الخاصة بك
    هل السباحة التأملي
    لا يوجد خوف على
    شخص ما هو
    استيقظ، الذي عقله
    غير ملائم
    عن طريق الحنين،
    وهو غير مناسب،
    والذين استسلموا
    النائب والفضيله
    على الرغم من أنك قد تعيش مائة عام
    غير أخلاقي وغير مغرم،
    أفضل هو يوم واحد
    عاش أخلاقيا ويمتص
    (في دول تأملية أعلى - بوذا
    للاستفادة طويلة الأجل والسعادة
    درب نفسك:
    “على الرغم من أنني قد تكون مصابة بالجسم، فإن عقلي سيكون غير عادي.
    هذه هي الطريقة التي يجب أن تدرب نفسك. “
    يعتبر
    تلميذ تعليمات بيئيا جيدا بالنسبة للصالات النبيلة وقليلة ضليعة ومنضبطة
    في ظمةهم؛ لديه اعتبار لرجال النزاهة وقليلة ضليعة ومنضبطة في ظمةهم -
    يتغير شكله وتغيره، لكنه لا يقع في الحزن أو الحزن أو الألم أو الضيق أو
    اليأس بسبب تغييره وتغييره “.
    إلى اثنين من brahmans -120 سنة -
    هل الأفعال الجارية التي تجلب النعيم.
    جعل الجدارة في حين أن على قيد الحياة.
    عندما ينطلق العالم مع الشيخوخة والموت، ينبغي للمرء أن ينقذ [ثروة المستقبل] عن طريق إعطاء: “
    “السلوك الأخلاقي يخدم جيدا حتى سن الشيخوخة.
    سراددا إذا راسخة، تخدم بئر واحدة.
    المعرفة هي كنز ثمين للرجل.
    إن ميزة الإجراءات الجيدة صعبة لصوص أن يأخذوا “.
    الشخص يتخلى عن ما يفسره مثل لي. - بوذا
    كما حبة الماء على ورقة اللوتس لا تلتزم، لذلك لا يلتزم الحكيم. - بوذا
    رجل حكيم لا يخدعه ما ينظر إليه. - بوذا
    حاول وتتمسك بالعزيمة الصحيحة، الجهد الصحيح، الذهن الصحيح، التركيز الصحيح، كما الشيخوخة مرهقة. - بوذا
    تشخيص الطبيب
    العيش حتى 150 سنة لسعر القهوة
    Nicotinamide
    Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD) 15 غراما بسعر 62.00 دولار والذي يلعب دورا في
    توليد الطاقة في جسم الإنسان المتاح “لسعر القهوة يوميا” إن اختراق مذهل
    لمكافحة الشيخوخة يمكن أن يرى البشر يعيشون إلى 150 عاما وتجديد العضو تم
    العثور على عملية من قبل أستاذ هارفيد ديفيد سنكلير والباحثين من جامعة نيو
    ساوث ويلز، التي تنطوي على الدورة الإلكترونية الخلية.
    دعنا نقوم بتحويل جميع منازلنا لإظهار المسار لجميع المجتمعات لتحقيق نيبانا
    كلمات بوذا لديها السلطة
    النضج هو
    تعلم المشي
    بعيدا عن الناس
    والمواقف التي
    تهدد بك
    راحة البال،
    احترام الذات،
    القيم والأخلاق،
    أو قيمة الذات.
    مسامحة الآخرين.
    ليس لأنهم
    تستحق المغفرة،
    بايت لأنك
    تستحق السلام.
    هناك ثلاثة
    حلول لكل
    المشكلة: قبولها،
    تغييره، أو اتركه.
    إذا كنت لا تستطيع قبول ذلك،
    غيره. إذا كنت لا تستطيع ذلك
    تغييره، اتركه.
    إذا كنا لا تشمل
    الوعي الأوسع في
    ممارسة اليقظ،
    يمكن أن يكون هناك شعور
    الانفصال عن
    العالمية. تصبح أكثر
    علم من حولنا
    وتأثيرنا على الآخرين
    ضروري على الطريق

    youtube.com

    Fruit song in arabic - أنشودة الفواكه للأطفال
    أنشودة
    تعليمية من إنتاج قناة أسرتنا و أداء فرقة صوت الجنة.تعد الأناشيد من أفضل
    الطرق للتعلم وترسيخ المعلومات لدى الطفل أغنية الفواكه هي أغنية عن بعض
    أنواع ا…


  • 12) Classical Armenian-դասական հայերեն,-


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    Լավ եղեք միտքը
    Աճեցնել ձեր սեփական բանջարեղենը եւ մրգերը
    Կատարեք մտածող մտածող լող
    Վախ չկա
    մեկը, ով է
    արթուն, որի միտքը
    անվերապահ է
    փափագելով,
    եւ անսպառ է,
    Եվ ով է հրաժարվել
    փոխնախագահ
    Չնայած դուք կարող եք ապրել հարյուր տարի
    ոչ բարոյական եւ չբնակեցված,
    Ավելի լավ է մեկ օր
    ապրում էր էթիկապես եւ կլանված
    (Ավելի բարձր մտածող պետություններում (Բուդդա)
    Երկարաժամկետ օգուտի եւ երջանկության համար
    Վերապատրաստեք ինքներդ ձեզ.
    «Չնայած ես կարող եմ մարմնով տառապել, միտքս աննկատելի կլինի»:
    Այսինքն պետք է մարզեք ինքներդ »:
    Լավ
    հրահանգված աշակերտը հարգում է ազնիվներին եւ լավ տիրապետում եւ
    կարգապահված է իրենց Դամմայում. Հարգել է ամբողջականության տղամարդկանց
    համար եւ լավ տիրապետում եւ կարգապահում է իրենց Dhamma- ում, նրա ձեւը
    փոխվում է եւ փոխվում է, բայց իր փոփոխության եւ փոփոխության պատճառով նա
    չի ընկնում տխրության, ողբի ցավի եւ փոփոխության մեջ:
    Դեպի երկու Brahmans -120 տարեկան -
    Կատարեք վաստակավոր գործեր, որոնք բխում են երանություն:
    Կատարելիս արժանիք պատրաստեք:
    Երբ աշխարհը կրակի մեջ է ծերությամբ եւ մահով, պետք է փրկել [ապագա հարստությունը] տալով.
    «Բարոյական պահվածքը ծառայում է մեկ ջրհորից մինչեւ ծերություն:
    Sradda, եթե լավ կայացած է, մեկ լավ է ծառայում:
    Գիտելիքը թանկարժեք գանձ է մարդու համար:
    Լավ գործողությունների արժանիքը դժվար է գողերի համար խլել »:
    Մարդը լքում է այն, ինչ նա ներխուժում է որպես իմը: - Բուդդա
    Որպես լոտոսի տերեւի ջրի բշտիկ չի պահվում, այնպես որ եղեսպակը չի մնում: - Բուդդա
    Իմաստուն մարդը չի խաբվում, թե ինչ է ընկալվում: - Բուդդա
    Փորձեք եւ կպչեք ճիշտ ապրուստի, ճիշտ ջանք, ճիշտ մտածողություն, ճիշտ համակենտրոնացում, քանի որ ծերացումը սթրեսային է: - Բուդդա
    Բժշկի ախտորոշումը
    Ապրեք մինչեւ 150 տարի սուրճի գնի համար
    Nicotinamide
    Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD) 15 գրամ, 62,00 ԱՄՆ դոլարով, որը դեր է խաղում
    մարդու մարմնում էներգիա ստեղծելու գործում, որը կարող է մի օր սուրճի գնի
    համար `ցնցող հակատարիքային առաջխաղացումը Գործընթացը հայտնաբերվել է
    Հարվարդի պրոֆեսոր Դեւիդ Սինլերի եւ Նոր Հարավային Ուելսի համալսարանի
    հետազոտողների կողմից, ներառելով բջջային արտադրանքի:
    Եկեք վերափոխենք մեր բոլոր տները `ուղղորդելու ուղին Նիբանան հասնելու համար
    Բուդդայի խոսքերը ուժ ունեն
    Հասունությունն է
    սովորել քայլել
    մարդկանցից հեռու
    եւ իրավիճակներ, որոնք
    սպառնալ ձեր
    Մտքի խաղաղություն,
    ինքնասիրություն
    արժեքներ, բարքեր,
    կամ ինքնուրույն արժեք:
    Ներիր ուրիշներին:
    Ոչ այն պատճառով, որ նրանք
    արժանի ներողամտություն,
    byt, քանի որ դու
    արժանի են խաղաղության:
    Կան երեք
    Լուծումներ յուրաքանչյուրի համար
    Խնդիր. Ընդունեք այն,
    Փոխեք այն կամ թողեք այն:
    Եթե ​​չեք կարողանում ընդունել այն,
    Փոխեք այն: If you can’t
    change it, leave it.
    If we do not include a
    broader awareness in our
    practice of mindfulness,
    there can be a sense of
    separation from the
    world. Becoming more
    aware of those around us
    and our impact on others
    is essential on the path

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  • 13) Classical Assamese-ধ্ৰুপদী অসমীয়া

    গুডপুৰিফাই😊মাইণ্ড
    কৰক আপোনাৰ নিজৰ পাচলি আৰু ফল খেতি কৰক ধ্যানমনীয় মনোযোগেৰে সাঁতোৰ কৰক
    কোনো ভয় নাই কোনোবা যি হৈছে জাগ্ৰত, যাৰ মন দূষিত নহয় হেঁপাহৰ দ্বাৰা,
    আৰু বিভ্ৰান্ত নহয়, আৰু কোনে এৰি দিছে অপকাৰ আৰু গুণ যদিও আপুনি এশ বছৰ
    জীয়াই থাকিব পাৰে অনৈতিক আৰু অসংহত, এটা দিন ভাল নৈতিকভাৱে জীয়াই আছিল
    আৰু শোষিত হৈছিল (উচ্চ ধ্যানশীল ৰাজ্যত।-বুদ্ধ দীৰ্ঘম্যাদী লাভালাভ আৰু
    সুখৰ বাবে নিজকে প্ৰশিক্ষণ দিয়ক: ‘যদিও আমি দেহে আক্রান্ত হয়েপড়িত হই,
    তবুও আমার মন দুষ্ট হবে না।’ এনেদৰেই আপুনি নিজকে প্ৰশিক্ষণ দিয়া উচিত।”
    এজন সু-নিৰ্দেশিত শিষ্যই মহৎ লোকসকলৰ প্ৰতি সন্মান কৰে আৰু তেওঁলোকৰ ধম্মত
    সুদক্ষ আৰু শৃংখলাবদ্ধ; সততাৰ পুৰুষসকলৰ প্ৰতি সন্মান আছে আৰু তেওঁলোকৰ
    ধম্মত ভালদৰে পৰিচিত আৰু শৃংখলাবদ্ধ - তেওঁৰ ৰূপ সলনি আৰু পৰিৱৰ্তন হয়,
    কিন্তু তেওঁ ইয়াৰ পৰিৱৰ্তন আৰু পৰিৱৰ্তনৰ বাবে দুখ, বিলাপ, বেদনা, দুখ বা
    হতাশাত নপৰে।”
    দুটা
    ব্ৰাহ্মণলৈ - 120 বছৰ পুৰণি - আনন্দ কঢ়িয়াই অনা মেধাৱী কামবোৰ কৰক।
    জীয়াই থাকোতে যোগ্যতা বনাব। যেতিয়া পৃথিৱীখন বয়স আৰু মৃত্যুৰ সৈতে জ্বলি
    উঠে, তেতিয়া এজনে [ভৱিষ্যতৰ সম্পদ] দি উদ্ধাৰ কৰা উচিত:” “নৈতিক আচৰণে
    বৃদ্ধ বয়সলৈকে এজনক ভালদৰে সেৱা আগবঢ়ায়। স্ৰাডাযদি সুপ্ৰতিষ্ঠিত হয়,
    তেন্তে এটা ভালদৰে সেৱা আগবঢ়ায়। জ্ঞান হৈছে মানুহৰ বাবে এক মূল্যৱান
    সম্পদ। চোৰৰ বাবে ভাল কাৰ্য্যৰ যোগ্যতা কাঢ়ি লোৱা কঠিন।” এজন ব্যক্তিয়ে
    তেওঁ যিটোক মোৰ বুলি গণ্য কৰে তাক ত্যাগ কৰে। - বুদ্ধ যিহেতু পদুমৰ পাতত
    পানীৰ মালা নাথাকে, সেয়েহে ঋষিমানা নহয়। - বুদ্ধ এজন জ্ঞানী ব্যক্তিয়ে
    যি অনুভৱ কৰা হয় তাৰ দ্বাৰা বিভ্ৰান্ত নহয়। - বুদ্ধ সঠিক জীৱিকা, সঠিক
    প্ৰচেষ্টা, সঠিক মনোযোগ, সঠিক একাগ্ৰতা তৈয়াৰ কৰিবলৈ চেষ্টা কৰক, কিয়নো
    বয়স বৃদ্ধি চাপপূৰ্ণ। - বুদ্ধ
    চিকিৎসকৰ
    ৰোগ নিৰ্ণয় কফিৰ মূল্যৰ বাবে 150 বছৰ লৈকে জীয়াই থাকিব নিকোটিনামাইড
    এডেনিন ডাইনিউক্লিওটাইড (এনএডি)15 গ্ৰাম 62.00 ডলাৰত যি মানৱ শৰীৰত ‘দিনত
    কফিৰ মূল্যত’ উপলব্ধ শক্তি উৎপাদনত এক ভূমিকা পালন কৰে, এক অত্যাশ্চৰ্য
    এণ্টি-এজিং সফলতাই মানুহক 150 বছৰ লৈকে জীয়াই থকা আৰু অংগ পুনৰ সৃষ্টি কৰা
    দেখিব পাৰে। হাৰ্ভাৰ্ডৰ অধ্যাপক ডেভিদ ছিনক্লেয়াৰ আৰু নিউ চাউথ ৱেলছ
    বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়ৰ গৱেষকসকলে নতুন প্ৰক্ৰিয়া টো বিচাৰি পাইছে, য’ত কোষ
    ইপ্ৰ’গ্ৰামিং অন্তৰ্ভুক্ত আছে। সকলো সমাজৰ বাবে এন.আই.বি.বি.এ.এন.এ.
    প্ৰাপ্ত কৰাৰ পথ দেখুৱাবলৈ আমাৰ সকলো ঘৰ ৰূপান্তৰ কৰোঁ আহক
    বুদ্ধৰ
    কথাত শক্তি আছে পৰিপক্কতা হৈছে খোজ কাঢ়িবলৈ শিকা মানুহৰ পৰা আঁতৰত আৰু
    পৰিস্থিতি যিবোৰ আপোনাৰ ভাবুকি দিয়ক মানসিক শান্তি, আত্মসন্মান, মূল্যবোধ,
    নৈতিকতা, বা নিজৰ মূল্য। আনক ক্ষমা কৰক। এইকাৰণে নহয় যে সিহঁত ক্ষমাৰ
    যোগ্য, আপুনি বিদায় দিছে কাৰণ আপুনি শান্তিৰ যোগ্য। তিনিটা আছে প্ৰতিটোৰ
    সমাধান সমস্যা:ইয়াক গ্ৰহণ কৰক, ইয়াক সলনি কৰক, বা এৰি দিয়ক। যদি আপুনি
    ইয়াক গ্ৰহণ কৰিব নোৱাৰে, ইয়াক সলনি কৰক। যদি আপুনি নোৱাৰে ইয়াক সলনি
    কৰক, এৰি দিয়ক। যদি আমি এটা অন্তৰ্ভুক্ত নকৰোঁ আমাৰ ক্ষেত্ৰত বিস্তৃত
    সজাগতা মনোযোগৰ অভ্যাস, ইয়াৰ এক অনুভূতি থাকিব পাৰে ইয়াৰ পৰা পৃথকীকৰণ
    বিশ্ব। অধিক হোৱা আমাৰ চাৰিওফালৰ লোকসকলৰ বিষয়ে অৱগত আৰু আনৰ ওপৰত আমাৰ
    প্ৰভাৱ পথত অপৰিহাৰ্য

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    14) Classical Azerbaijani- Klassik Azərbaycan,https://translate.google.com does not No translate

    tipitaka pali canon (Theravada) ☸️

    This world completely

    lacks essence;

    it trembles in all directions.

    I longed to find myself

    a place unscathed

    -but I could not see it.

    -The Buddha

    Attadanda Sutta

    The sculpture of the mahaparinirvana of the Buddha at Kasia.
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    Nibbāna) is “blowing out” or “quenching” of the activities of the worldly mind and its related suffering


    Nibbāna is the goal of the Buddhist path, and marks the soteriological release from worldly suffering and rebirths in saṃsāra.


    Nibbāna  is part of the Third Truth on “cessation of dukkha” in the Four Noble Truths, and the “summum bonum of Buddhism and goal of the Eightfold Path.


    In the Buddhist tradition, Nibbāna has commonly been interpreted as the extinction of the “three fires”, or “three poisons”, greed (raga), aversion (dvesha) and ignorance (moha).When these fires are extinguished, release from the cycle of rebirth (saṃsāra) is attained.


    Nibbāna has also been claimed by some scholars to be identical with anatta (non-self) and sunyata
    (emptiness) states though this is hotly contested by other scholars and
    practicing monks. In time, with the development of the Buddhist
    doctrine, other interpretations were given, such as the absence of the
    weaving (vana) of activity of the mind, the elimination of desire, and
    escape from the woods, cq. the five skandhas or aggregates.


    Buddhist scholastic tradition identifies two types of Nibbāna: sopadhishesa-Nibbāna (Nibbāna with a remainder), and pariNibbāna or anupadhishesa-nirvana (Nibbāna without remainder, or final Nibbāna). The founder of Buddhism, the Buddha, is believed to have reached both these states.


    Nibbāna, or the liberation from cycles of rebirth, is the highest aim of the Theravada tradition. In the Mahayana tradition, the highest goal is Buddhahood, in which there is no abiding in Nibbāna. Buddha helps liberate beings from saṃsāra
    by teaching the Buddhist path. There is no rebirth for Buddha or people
    who attain Nibbāna. But his teachings remain in the world for a certain
    time as a guidance to attain Nibbāna.



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    • 56) Classical Kazakh-Классикалық қазақ,
      57) Classical Khmer- ខ្មែរបុរាណ,
      58) Classical Kinyarwanda
      59) Classical Korean-고전 한국어,
      60) Classical Kurdish (Kurmanji)-Kurdî (Kurmancî),
      61) Classical Kyrgyz-Классикалык Кыргыз,
      62) Classical Lao-ຄລາສສິກລາວ,
      63) Classical Latin-LXII) Classical Latin,
      64) Classical Latvian-Klasiskā latviešu valoda,
      65) Classical Lithuanian-Klasikinė lietuvių kalba,
      66) Classical Luxembourgish-Klassesch Lëtzebuergesch,
      67) Classical Macedonian-Класичен македонски,
      68) Classical Malagasy,класичен малгашки,
      69) Classical Malay-Melayu Klasik,
      70) Classical Malayalam-ക്ലാസിക്കൽ മലയാളം,
      71) Classical Maltese-Klassiku Malti,
      72) Classical Maori-Maori Maori,
      73) Classical Marathi-क्लासिकल माओरी,
      74) Classical Mongolian-Сонгодог Монгол,
      75) Classical Myanmar (Burmese)-Classical မြန်မာ (ဗမာ),
      76) Classical Nepali-शास्त्रीय म्यांमार (बर्मा),
      77) Classical Norwegian-Klassisk norsk,

    • 78) Classical Odia (Oriya)
      79) Classical Pashto- ټولګی پښتو
      80) Classical Persian-کلاسیک فارسی
      81) Classical Polish-Język klasyczny polski,
      82) Classical Portuguese-Português Clássico,
      83) Classical Punjabi-ਕਲਾਸੀਕਲ ਪੰਜਾਬੀ,
      84) Classical Romanian-Clasic românesc,
      85) Classical Russian-Классический русский,
      86) Classical Samoan-Samoan Samoa,

    • 87) Classical Sanskrit छ्लस्सिचल् षन्स्क्रित्
      88) Classical Scots Gaelic-Gàidhlig Albannach Clasaigeach,

    • 89) Classical Serbian-Класични српски,
      90) Classical Sesotho-Seserbia ea boholo-holo,
      91) Classical Shona-Shona Shona,
      92) Classical Sindhi,
      93) Classical Sinhala-සම්භාව්ය සිංහල,
      94) Classical Slovak-Klasický slovenský,
      95) Classical Slovenian-Klasična slovenska,
      96) Classical Somali-Soomaali qowmiyadeed,
      97) Classical Spanish-Español clásico,
      98) Classical Sundanese-Sunda Klasik,
      99) Classical Swahili,Kiswahili cha Classical,
      100) Classical Swedish-Klassisk svensk,
      101) Classical Tajik-тоҷикӣ классикӣ,


      102) Classical Tamil-பாரம்பரிய இசைத்தமிழ் செம்மொழி,

    103) Classical Tatar
    104) Classical Telugu- క్లాసికల్ తెలుగు,
    105) Classical Thai-ภาษาไทยคลาสสิก,
    106) Classical Turkish-Klasik Türk,
    107) Classical Turkmen
    108) Classical Ukrainian-Класичний український,
    109) Classical Urdu- کلاسیکی اردو
    110) Classical Uyghur,
    111) Classical Uzbek-Klassik o’z,
    112) Classical Vietnamese-Tiếng Việ,
    113) Classical Welsh-Cymraeg Clasurol,
    114) Classical Xhosa-IsiXhosa zesiXhosa,
    115) Classical Yiddish- קלאסישע ייִדיש
    116) Classical Yoruba-Yoruba Yoruba,
    117) Classical Zulu-I-Classical Zulu



    Online edition of India’s National Newspaper
    Monday, April 14, 2008

    Do not resort to unethical campaign, BSP workers told

    BANGALORE: The Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) on Sunday launched its election campaign with clear instructions to party workers not to resort the unethical means of electioneering, but stick to the principles of the party. The party organised a State party workers’ meet, which was attended by the office-bearers of different district units.

    The party has sent a signal through the workers to the voters not to write off the BSP as a party belonging to certain class or group, but a party of all people. General secretary of the party Veer Singh said that the campaign should not involve mud-slinging, but deliver to the voters the true philosophy of the party.

    Mr. Singh said the party workers have to influence the voters not to sell their votes.

    National general secretary of the party P.G.R. Sindhia said BSP president Mayawati had given the freedom of choosing the candidates to the State unit. He said that the manifestoes of the parties were only facades and none of the parties carried out the promises made in their manifestoes. The BSP has done away with charting a manifesto and has planned to release a 20-page “concept paper,” which would spell out of the philosophy of the party.

     

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