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212 LESSON 30 03 2011 Anusota Sutta With the Flow FREE ONLINE eNālandā Research and Practice UNIVERSITY and BUDDHIST GOOD NEWS letter  to VOTE for BSP ELEPHANT for Social Transformation and Economic Emancipation to attain Ultimate Bliss-Through http://sarvajan.ambedkar.org-POLITICS is SACRED with GOOD GOVERNANCE-Allegation on State Government regarding provocation of agitation by Jat community is completely false and baseless - Hon’ble Chief Minister-Hon’ble C.M. reviews development works and law and order of State

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LESSON 
212

Course Programs

Anusota
Sutta: With the Flow

“These
four types of individuals are to be found existing in the world. Which four?
The individual who goes with the flow, the individual who goes against the
flow, the individual who stands fast, and the one who has crossed over, gone
beyond, who stands on firm ground: a brahman.

“And
who is the individual who goes with the flow? There is the case where an
individual indulges in sensual passions and does evil deeds. This is called the
individual who goes with the flow.

“And
who is the individual who goes against the flow? There is the case where an
individual doesn’t indulge in sensual passions and doesn’t do evil deeds. Even
though it may be with pain, even though it may be with sorrow, even though he
may be crying, his face in tears, he lives the holy life that is perfect &
pure. This is called the individual who goes against the flow.

“And
who is the individual who stands fast? There is the case where an individual,
with the total ending of the first set of five fetters, is due to be reborn [in
the Pure Abodes], there to be totally unbound, never again to return from that
world. This is called the individual who stands fast.

“And
who is the individual who has crossed over, gone beyond, who stands on firm
ground: a brahman? There is the case where an individual, through the ending of
the mental fermentations, enters & remains in the fermentation-free
awareness-release & discernment-release, having known & made them
manifest for himself right in the here & now. This is called the individual
who has crossed over, gone beyond, who stands on firm ground: a brahman.

“These
are the four types of individuals to be found existing in the world.”

 

People
unrestrained

in
sensual passions,

not
devoid

of
passion,

indulging

in
sensuality:

they
return to birth & aging,

again
& again —

seized
by craving,

going
with the flow.

 

Thus
the awakened one,

with
mindfulness here established,

not
indulging

in
sensuality & evil,

though
it may be with pain,

would
abandon sensuality.

They
call him

one
who goes against

the
flow.

 

 

Whoever,

having
abandoned

the
five defilements,

is

perfect
in training,

not
destined to fall back,

skilled
in awareness,

with
faculties composed:

he’s
called

one
who stands fast

 

 

In
one who, having known,

qualities
high & low

have
been destroyed,

have
gone to their end,

do
not exist:

He’s
called

a
master of knowledge,

one
who has fulfilled the holy life,

gone
to the world’s end, gone

 

beyond.

POLITICS
is SACRED with GOOD GOVERNANCE

Press Information Bureau

(C.M. Information Campus)

Information & Public Relations Department,
U.P.

 

Allegation on State Government regarding
provocation of agitation by Jat community is completely false and baseless
- Hon’ble Chief Minister

 

Lucknow: March 28, 2011

 

The Hon’ble Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Ms.
Mayawati

ji has termed the allegation of opposition leaders
regarding

provocation of agitation-demonstration by her and
the State

Government for the demand of reservation in
central services

by Jat community as completely baseless, false and

unfortunate. She said that such allegation should
not be put

on the State Government. She said that the State
Government

never hesitated in taking stern steps with regard
to law and

order situation against those persons, however
powerful they

might be.

 

The Cabinet Secretary Mr. Shashank Shekhar Singh
was

talking to media persons here today at media
centre in Shastri

Bhawan. He said that, the Hon’ble Chief Minister
had issued

strong directives to officers that law and order
situation could

not get disturbed during the agitation. He said
that the State

Government had taken stern steps to dispose off
the problems

regarding this issue.

 

The Cabinet Secretary said that the State
Government

had demanded security forces from the Centre on
several

occasions to maintain law and order in the State,
but the

Central Government had not made available these
security

forces. The State Government maintained law and
order

through its own available security forces. The
State

Government had demanded 100 companies of Central
Security

Forces, so that such incident could not take place
again, he

added.

 

Mr. Singh said that the Hon’ble Chief Minister had
made

it clear through press conferences on the issue of

demonstration by the people of Jat community to
block railway

track in Kafoorpur, that Jats were getting the
benefit of

reservation by their inclusion in OBC category
already in Uttar

Pradesh, on the basis of which BSP and the State
Government

support the demand of reservation in central
services.

 

The Cabinet Secretary said since this matter was
related

to the Central Government, therefore the Hon’ble
Chief

Minister had appealed to the people of Jat
community that

they should go to Delhi and put their demand
before the

central Government in peaceful and disciplined
manner. They

should not indulge in any such activity regarding
this issue

owing to which common people could face difficulty
and get

harmed or law and order situation could became
affected. She

had also made aware the Union Home Minister with
the law

and order situation and the difficulties faced by
the people due

to agitation.

 

The Cabinet Secretary said that after coming in
power,

the Hon’ble Chief Minister had made the resolve to
establish

the rule of law by law and create development
oriented

atmosphere free from injustice, crime, fear and
corruption in

the State. In her opinion, everybody has the right
to hold

demonstration in peaceful and disciplined manner
in

democratic system, but nobody would be allowed to
disturb

law and order on the name of agitation, procession
and

demonstration.

 

Hon’ble C.M. reviews development works and law and
order of State

Shortcomings found during State wide surprise
inspection should be removed in fixed time limit
- Hon’ble Chief Minister

 

Lucknow: March 23, 2011

 

The Hon’ble Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Ms.
Mayawati ji has

directed the senior administrative and police
officers to remove the

shortcomings related to development works and law
and order of the

State in fixed time period. The Hon’ble Chief
Minister was addressing

the senior officers in a State level review
meeting here at Tilak Hall

after apprising herself with the practical reality
of development works

and law and order in all the 72 districts of the
State. Ms. Mayawati ji

said that she would review that how for her
directives had been

followed by doing surprise inspections again. She
warned the officers

that more stringent action would be taken against
them, if they were

found responsible for shortcomings.

 

The Hon’ble Chief Minister ji while emphasising
the need for

strengthening the law and order situation said
that stringent action

should be taken against notorious criminals,
mafias and
goondas and

they should be punished. She said that during
first review meeting,

after coming in power for the fourth time in the
State in May 2007,

she had made clear to all the officers about the
priorities of her

Government. She had also said that her Government
is fully

committed to create development oriented
atmosphere free from

injustice, crime, fear and corruption.

 

The Hon’ble Chief Minister ji said that her
Government never

compromised on the issue of law and order and the
careless officers

in this regard would be severely dealt with. She
directed the officers

to make effective control on the cases of
harassment of women,

scheduled castes and children.

 

Referring to the measures taken by the State
Government to

maintain law and order during agitations by
opposition parties

recently, the Hon’ble Chief Minister ji said that
her Government

would never allow disturbing of law and order on
the name of

demonstrations. She appreciated the efforts of
officers related to law

and order in this regard. She said that peaceful
and disciplined

demonstrations are justified in democratic system,
but officers should

ensure that law and order situation could not get
worsened and no

public property should be harmed.

 

The Hon’ble Chief Minister ji said that quality in
development

works and welfare schemes should be maintained and
any slackness

in welfare schemes run by the State Government for
SC/ST including

poor and weaker sections of the society would not
be tolerated.

 

The Hon’ble Chief Minister ji directed the
officers to improve

the condition of Government hospitals and provide
treatment,

investigation and other facilities to poor and
weaker people. Besides,

she also directed the officers to end the
corruption in the distribution

of medicines and ensure the cleanliness,
availability of ultra-sound

and X-ray machines in the hospitals. She directed
that District

Magistrates should make inspections in this
regard. She said that

working at Tehsil’s should be improved and warned
the employees

that stringent action would be taken against them,
if they were found

engaged in corruption.

 

The Hon’ble Chief Minister ji said that the State
Government is

implementing several schemes for the development
of rural areas.

She directed the officers to saturate Dr. Ambedkar
Villages with all

basic development programmes selected under Dr.
Ambedkar Village

Development Scheme. She said that the State
Government is paying

full attention for the development of urban areas.
An integrated

scheme with a view to ensuring cleanliness of
cities and other urban

facilities should be implemented. She said that
Government had

taken the decision to launch Manyawar Sri
Kanshiram ji SC/ST Bahulya

Basti Samagra Vikas Yojana to improve the
poor condition of SC/ST

dominated bastis in cities in which the role of Commissioners and

District Magistrates would be important.

 

The Hon’ble Chief Minister ji said that letters by
District

Magistrates and Commissioners to Senior Government
Officers

regarding the problems of districts and divisions
should be disposed

off on priority basis. She said that agriculture
land and residence

allotment to SC/ST people and complaints being
received on Tehsil

and Thana Diwas should also be disposed off. She
said that several

problems related to these sections had come to
light in some districts

during surprise inspections. She directed the
officers to launch

campaign and take action for allotment of
agriculture land pattas and

verification on its possession.

 

The Hon’ble Chief Minister ji said that some times
incidents of

crime took place, if the cases of patta allotment,
residential land and

boundary disputes related to land were not solved
timely. She

directed the officers to dispose off land disputes
immediately. She

directed the officers to provide the facilities of
electricity, water,

education, medical and ration shops to the
beneficiaries of Manyawar

Sri Kanshiram ji Shahri Garib Avas Yojana. She
said that

arrangements in this regard should be ensured
before her next

surprise inspections.

 

The Hon’ble Chief Minister ji said that water
drainage system

and link roads in several Dr. Ambedkar Village and
urban
malin

bastis were not found satisfactory during State wide
inspection. She

emphasised to improve the condition of C.C. roads,
K.C. drain and

construction of drains, availability of ponds and
its maintenance in

Dr. Ambedkar Villages. She said that construction
works of ponds Dr.

Ambedkar villages should be completed in fixed
time limit.

The Hon’ble Chief Minister ji directed the
district magistrate

and commissioners to remain vigilant with a view
to conducting

peaceful and fair High School and Intermediate
examination. She

said that stringent action should be taken against
copying mafias in

this regard. She directed the officers to take
immediate action on the

proposal of constructing new Tehsil buildings in
place of old buildings,

which came to light during surprise inspections.
She said that land

acquisition under emergency clause should be
stopped generally. She

said that land should be acquired on the basis of
contract rules, so

that farmers could get proper compensation.

 

On this occasion, Cabinet Secretary Mr. Shashank
Shekhar

Singh, Chief Secretary Mr. Atul Kumar Gupta,
Principal Secretary

Information Mr. Vijay Shankar Pandey, Additional
Cabinet Secretary

Mr. Ravindra Singh, Principal Secretaries to C.M.
Mr. Net Ram and

Mr. Durga Shankar Mishra, Principal Secretary Home
Kunwar Fateh

Bahadur, DGP Mr. Karamveer Singh, Commissioners,
District

Magistrates, IG/DIG/SSP/SP including other senior
government

officers were present.

********

 

Awakeness Practices

All 84,000 Khandas As Found in the
Pali Suttas


Traditionally
the are 84,000 Dharma Doors - 84,000 ways to get Awakeness. Maybe so;
certainly the Buddha taught a large number of practices that lead to
Awakeness. This web page attempts to catalogue those found in the Pali Suttas
(DN, MN, SN, AN, Ud & Sn
 1). There are 3 sections:


The
discourses of Buddha are divided into 84,000, as to separate addresses. The
division includes all that was spoken by Buddha.”I received from Buddha,” said
Ananda, “82,000 Khandas, and  from the
priests 2000; these are 84,000 Khandas maintained by me.” They are divided into
275,250, as to the stanzas of the original text, and into 361,550, as to the
stanzas of the commentary. All the discourses including both those of Buddha
and those of the commentator, are divided 
into 2,547 banawaras, containing 737,000 stanzas, and 29,368,000
separate letters.

 

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