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06 07 2012 FRIDAY LESSON 659 FREE ONLINE eNālāndā Research and Practice UNIVERSITY Dhammapada Verses235, 236, 237 and 238-Goghatakaputta Vatthu-Verse 235. Man At The Door Of Death-Verse 236. Get Immediate Help-Verse 237. In The Presence Of King Of Death-Verse 238. Avoid The Cycle Of Existence AWAKEN ONE WITH AWARENESS ONLINE GOOD NEWS LETTER Duties of the Buddhist Dhammacari (CONTD) Mora Paritta The Peacock’s Protection ALL ABOUT USA Arizona
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Dhammapada Verses235, 236, 237 and 238-Goghatakaputta Vatthu-Verse 235. Man At The Door Of Death-Verse 236. Get Immediate Help-Verse 237. In The Presence Of King Of Death-Verse 238. Avoid The Cycle Of Existence

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Mayawati elated, welcomes SC order in the disproportionate assets case

Mayawati corruption case: CBI had no right to investigate her, says Supreme Court

The apex court Friday quashed the CBI probe against the BSP chief in the case.

Quashing
the first information report (FIR), the apex court bench headed by
Justice P. Sathasivam described the filing of another FIR against
Mayawati as illegal and without jurisdiction.

BSP allege that the framing of charges against Mayawati in a case
of disproportionate assets was a conspiracy of the BJP-led NDA
government in 2003.

Duties of the Buddhist Dhammacari (CONTD)

Mora Paritta
The Peacock’s Protection

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Arizona


Verse 235. Man At The Door Of Death

Now a withered leaf are you
and now Death’s men draw near,
now you stand at the parting gates
but waybread you have none.

Explanation: Now you are like a withered, yellowed dried leaf.
The first breath of wind will make you fall. Forces of death have
come for you. You are now are death’s door. You do not have any
provision for the road.

Verse 236. Get Immediate Help

Make an island of yourself,
quickly strive and wise become,
freed from stain and passionless
to go to the pure Abodes.

Explanation: As things are, be a lamp, an island, a refuge
unto yourself. Strive earnestly and diligently and become a wise person.
Bereft of blemishes, devoid of defilements reach the heavenly realm
of the noble ones.

Verse 237. In The Presence Of King Of Death

Even now the end draws near,
to the presence of death you’ve fared.
Along the path’s no place for rest
and waybread you have none.

Explanation: Now, your allotted life span is spent. You have
reached the presence of the king of death (Yama). You do not have
a resting place in between. You do not seem to have provisions for
the road either.

Verse 238. Avoid The Cycle Of Existence

Make an island of yourself,
quickly strive and wise become,
freed from stain and passionless
you’ll not return, take flesh, decay.

Explanation: Therefore, become a lamp, an island, a refuge
to your own self. Strive earnestly and become a wise person. Bereft
of blemishes, devoid of defilements, you will not enter the cycle
of birth and decay any more.



Dhammapada Verses 235, 236, 237 and 238
Goghatakaputta Vatthu

Pandupalasova danisi
yamapurisapi ca te upatthita
uyyogamukhe
1 ca titthasi
patheyyampi ca te na vijjati.

So karohi dipamattano
khippam vayama pandito bhava
niddhantamalo anangano
dibbam ariyabhumim
2 upehisi.

Upanitavayo ca danisi
sampayatosi yamassa santikam
vase te natthi antara
patheyyampi ca te na vijjati.

So karohi dipamattano
khippam vayama pandito bhava
niddhantamalo anangano
na punam jatijaram upehisi.

Verse 235: You are now like a withered leaf; the messengers of death are near
you; you are about to set out on a long journey; (yet), you have no provisions
(for the journey).

Verse 236: Make a firm support for yourself; hasten to strive hard, and be
wise. Having removed impurities and being free from moral defilements you shall
enter the abodes of the Ariyas (i.e., Suddhavasa brahma realm).

Verse 237: Now you are of advanced age; you are going to the presence of the
King of Death and you cannot stop on the way; (yet) you have no provisions (for
the journey).

Verse 238: Make a firm support for yourself; hasten to strive hard, and be
wise. Having removed impurities and being free from moral defilements you will
no longer be subject to rebirth and decay.


1. uyyogamukhe: lit., about to set out on a long journey, i.e.,
the journey of samsara.

2. dibbam ariyabhumim: the celestial plane of the ariyas. The
reference is to the Suddhavasa brahma realm or the Pure Abodes which are
exclusively inhabited by tbe anagamis (the Never-Returners).


The Story of the Son of a Butcher

While residing at the Jetavana monastery, the Buddha uttered Verses (235) to
(238) of this book, with reference to the son of a butcher.

Once in Savatthi, there was a man who had been a butcher for fifty-five
years. All this time, he slaughtered cattle and sold the meat and everyday he
took meat curry with his rice. One day, he left some meat with his wife to cook
it for the family, and then left for the riverside to have his bath. During his
absence, a friend coaxed his wife to sell that particular piece of meat to him.
As a result, there was no meat curry for the butcher on that day. But as the
butcher never took his meal without meat curry, he hurriedly went to the back of
his house, where an ox was standing. He promptly cut off the tongue of the ox
and baked it over a fire. When having his meal, the butcher had a bite of the
tongue of the ox, but as he did so his own tongue was cut off and fell into his
plate of rice. Thus the ox and the butcher were in the same plight, both of them
having had their tongues cut off. The butcher was in great pain and agony, and
he went about agitatedly on his knees, with blood dripping profusely from his
mouth. Then the butcher died and was reborn in the Avici Niraya.

The butcher’s wife was greatly disturbed and she was anxious for her son to
get away to some other place, lest this evil should befall him too. So she sent
her son to Taxila. At Taxila, he acquired the art of a goldsmith. Later, he
married the daughter of his master and some children were born to them. When
their sons came of age he returned to Savatthi. The sons were endowed with faith
in the Buddha and were religiously inclined. They were anxious about their
father, who had grown old with no thought of religion or of his future
existence. So one day, they invited the Buddha and the bhikkhus to their house
for alms-food. After the meal they said to the Buddha, “Venerable Sir, we
are making this offering to you today on behalf of our father. Kindly give a
discourse specially for him.” So the Buddha said, “My disciple! You
are getting old; but you have not made any provisions of merit for your journey
to the next existence; you should now find a support for yourself.”

Then the Buddha spoke in verse as follows:

Verse 235: You are now like a withered leaf; the
messengers of death are near you; you are about to set out on a long
journey; (yet), you have no provisions (for the journey).

 

Verse 236: Make a firm support for yourself;
hasten to strive hard, and be wise. Having removed impurities and
being free from moral defilements you shall enter the abodes of the
Ariyas (i.e., Suddhavasa brahma realm).

 

Verse 237: Now you are of advanced age; you are
going to the presence of the King of Death and you cannot stop on the
way; (yet) you have no provisions (for the journey).

 

Verse 238: Make a firm support for yourself;
hasten to strive hard, and be wise. Having removed impurities and
being free from moral defilements you will no longer be subject to
rebirth and decay.

At the end of the discourse the father of the donors of alms-food (i.e., the
son of the butcher) attained Anagami Fruition.


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Court scraps probe against Mayawati, BSP chief elated

New Delhi/Lucknow, July 6 — In a major breather for Bahujan Samaj
Party (BSP) chief Mayawati, the Supreme Court Friday dismissed a
nine-year-old corruption case in which she was charged with embezzling
public funds meant for the development of the Taj heritage corridor.

The
Supreme Court, which stopped the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI)
probe against her, also pulled up the agency for overstepping its
jurisdiction.

While an elated Mayawati said that justice had
finally been done.

Scrapping the first
information report (FIR), a bench headed by Justice P. Sathasivam
described the filing of another FIR against Mayawati for amassing wealth
by corrupt means as illegal and without jurisdiction.

Slamming
the CBI, the court said that in the registration of another FIR, the
investigating agency exceeded its jurisdiction and its action was
illegal. The court also said the second FIR against Mayawati was
unwarranted and was filed due to the lack of understanding of the orders
of the Supreme Court.

Pronouncing the judgment, Justice
Sathasivam said: “Supreme Court being the custodian of the fundamental
rights could not have ordered a roving inquiry against the petitioner
(Mayawati).”

Mayawati was charged with embezzling funds meant to
upgrade tourist facilities near the famous Agra monument and using them
to amass assets in her and her family members’ name.

In Lucknow, a beaming Mayawati thanked the apex court, as well as her party members for their unflinching support.

“I
welcome the Supreme Court decision and I would like to pay my thanks to
honourable Supreme Court for showing faith in us and giving the right
decision… It was justice after nine years,” she told reporters.

“I
wholeheartedly thank all my party members. My party members stood like a
hard rock beside me and never left me in any of the circumstances and
backed me during this case even after facing lots of ups and downs in
nine-10 years,” she said.

Thanking her lawyer Harish Salve and
party general secretary Satish Chandra Mishra, she said she had all
through maintained that this was a “political conspiracy”.

The Congress stressed that the court’s ruling must be respected.

Union
Law Minister Salman Khurshid termed the apex court judgment “of the
highest order”.

Duties of the Buddhist Dhammacari (CONTD)

4) Mora Paritta 

Mora Paritta
The Peacock’s Protection

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Udetayañcakkhumaa eka-raajaa
Harissa-va.n.no pa.thavippabhaaso
Ta”m ta”m namassaami harissa-va.n.na”m pa.thavippabhaasa”m
Tayajja guttaa viharemu divasa”m.
The One King, rising, with Vision,
Golden-hued, illumining the Earth:
I pay homage to you,
Golden-hued, illumining the Earth.
Guarded today by you, may I live through the day.

Ye braahma.naa vedagu sabba-dhamme
Te me namo te ca ma”m paalayantu.
Namatthu buddhaana”m namatthu bodhiyaa.
Namo vimuttaana”m namo vimuttiyaa.
Those Brahmans who are knowers of all truths,
I pay homage to them; may they keep watch over me.
Homage to the Awakened Ones. Homage to Awakening.
Homage to the Released Ones. Homage to Release.

Ima”m so paritta”m katvaa
    Moro carati esanaa.
Having made this protection, the peacock sets out in search for food.

Apetayañcakkhumaa eka-raajaa
Harissa-va.n.no pa.thavippabhaaso
Ta”m ta”m namassaami harissa-va.n.na”m pa.thavippabhaasa”m
Tayajja guttaa viharemu ratti”m
The One King, setting, with Vision,
Golden-hued, illumining the Earth:
I pay homage to you,
Golden-hued, illumining the Earth.
Guarded today by you, may I live through the night.

Ye braahma.naa vedagu sabba-dhamme
Te me namo te ca ma”m paalayantu.
Namatthu buddhaana”m namatthu bodhiyaa
Namo vimuttaana”m namo vimuttiyaa
Those Brahmans who are knowers of all truths,
I pay homage to them; may they keep watch over me.
Homage to the Awakened Ones, Homage to Awakening.
Homage to the Released Ones, Homage to Release.

Ima”m so paritta”m katvaa
    Moro vaasamakappayiiti.
Having made this protection, the peacock arranges his nest.


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Cactus In Sonoran Desert, Arizona

HAPPY EURO 2012 KID

Here is my opinion on soccer.

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RAJON RONDO IS SCOLDED

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Goodbye, Mr. Rondo. You fall into the shadows of the crowd, and in
Animated GIF Canon, you shall remain there until November. When the
Animated GIF Hall of Fame expands in January 2013 to induct another
class, you’ll certainly be high on the list.

LEBRON AND WADE BEING AWESOME

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Most of these GIFs deal with someone either a) doing something weird,
or b) doing something stupid. Once in a while, we should probably give
some love to c) players doing something awesome. I like both the Heat
and the Thunder, which makes this year’s NBA Finals a supremely
enjoyable series for me. It’s just a lot of really awesome basketball,
undampened by something as dumb as “rooting interest.”

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