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16 12 2011 LESSON 468 Dhammapada Verse 205 Pavivekarasam pitva rasam upasamassa ca niddaro hoti nippapo dhammapitirasam pivam. Verse 205: Having had the taste of solitude and the taste of Perfect Peace of Nibbana, one who drinks in the joy of the essence of the Dhamma is free from fear and evil.
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16 12 2011
LESSON 468
Dhammapada Verse 205 Pavivekarasam pitva
rasam upasamassa ca
niddaro hoti nippapo
dhammapitirasam pivam.


Verse
205: Having had the taste of solitude and the taste of Perfect Peace of
Nibbana, one who drinks in the joy of the essence of the Dhamma is free from
fear and evil.

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 LESSON 468

Practice a Sutta a Day Keeps
Dukkha
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Dhammapada Verse 205
Tissatthera Vatthu


Pavivekarasam
pitva

rasam upasamassa ca
niddaro hoti nippapo
dhammapitirasam pivam.


Verse 205:
Having had the taste of solitude and the taste of Perfect Peace of Nibbana, one
who drinks in the joy of the essence of the Dhamma is free from fear and evil.



The Story
of Thera Tissa


The Buddha
uttered Verse (205) of this book at Vesali, with reference to Thera Tissa.


When the
Buddha declared that in four months’ time he would realize parinibbana, many
puthujjana bhikkhus were apprehensive. They were at a loss and did not know
what to do, and so they kept close to the Buddha. But Thera Tissa, having
resolved that he would attain arahatship in the life-time of the Buddha did not
go to him, but left for a secluded place to practise meditation. Other
bhikkhus, not understanding his behaviour, took him to the Buddha and said,
“Venerable Sir, this bhikkhu does not seem to cherish and honour you; he
only keeps to himself instead of coming to your presence.” Thera Tissa
then explained to them that he was striving hard to attain arahatship before
the Buddha realized parinibbana, and that was the only reason why he had not
come to see the Buddha.


Having
heard his explanation, the Buddha said to the bhikkhus, “Bhikkhus!
Those who love and respect me should act like Tissa. You are not paying homage
to me by just offering me flowers, perfumes and incense. You pay homage to me
only by practising the Lokuttara Dhamma, i.e., Insight Meditation.”


Then the
Buddha spoke in verse as follows:


Verse 205: Having had the
taste of solitude and the taste of Perfect Peace of Nibbana, one who drinks
in the joy of the essence of the Dhamma is free from fear and evil.


At the end
of the discourse Thera Tissa attained Sotapatti Fruition.

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Awakeness
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The discourses of Buddha are divided into 84,000, as to separate addresses. The
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84000 Khandas  As Found in the Pali
Suttas

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