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Vipassana Meditation Wednesday 5-12-2018- Building Sustainable Practice Book Contemplation - Day 68 Tuesday 4-12-2018 - Mindful Activity Book Contemplation - Day 67
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Wednesday - Building Sustainable Practice

1. Building Sustainable Practice

Remember
that the way we work with the samatha techniques is quite different to
the method in vipassanā meditation. In the samatha techniques we are
aiming for one-pointedness upon the object of our meditation (the
breath, lovingkindness, etc.). Anything else which arises is to be
gently acknowledged and then we let it go and return to our meditation
object. We do not observe the nature of what arises. Our only job is to
stay with the object of our meditation. We work with discipline on
refining our concentration upon the object which we have chosen.


With
vipassanā meditation we work in a different way: everything which
arises is our object of meditation. In the sweeping form we have chosen
to concentrate on physical sensations up to this point, but we could
equally well have used anything else which arose. In Choiceless
Awareness we have allowed ourselves the freedom to work with all
phenomena - physical, mental, emotional. Ignoring nothing. Seeing all
conditioned phenomena as it is: impermanent, ultimately unsatisfactory,
not-self. The degree of focus and commitment to the practice is the same
but our object of meditation constantly changes.


BEYOND THE COURSE


We
each need to take some decisions about how we should proceed with our
meditation practice. Our lifestyles and responsibilities vary enormously
so no one solution will be applicable to us all. Hopefully the course
has given an idea of the variety of useful practices which can be
incorporated into our lives and has also placed a firm emphasis on
working in a balanced way. Not stressing this, not avoiding that. We
have also been very careful to emphasise that there is no one pure
“magic” technique which will bring us to enlightenment. We are complex
beings with varying needs. If we work with dedication and take
responsibility for our own development we will find that there are many
practices which are useful. The Pāli Canon and the great commentaries
offer outlines of a range of practices which will reward further
attention. There are many excellent teachers both within the Sangha and
amongst the laity whose understanding of the Dhamma can help us.


BUILDING A FIRM FOUNDATION


We
have seen that the Buddhist path can be encapsulated in the terms sila,
samādhi and pañña. The very foundation of this path rests with sila. It
is unlikely that we will find meditation effective unless we ground
ourselves in moral or virtuous behaviour. It is a question of behaving
ethically and with consideration for the welfare of ourselves and all
other sentient beings. It is not only Buddhism which stresses this
fundamental need to look to the wholesomeness of our actions - all
religions and most philosophical systems consider ethical behaviour to
be essential to progress and a happier life. In Buddhism we place
emphasis on the skilful action of body, speech and mind. Usually for lay
people the Five Precepts are deemed to be the accepted training rules
to which we should adhere. They can be followed with increasing degrees
of commitment as our practice deepens. We can also choose to adopt the
Eight Precepts on occasions such as whilst on retreat or on the
Observance Days. Consider your commitment to the precepts. Try to adopt
them - one by one if need be - and you will soon see their value.


ACTING WITH A GOOD HEART


Beyond
the precepts we can choose to develop the Paramis - the Perfections. We
can realign our behaviour to err on the side of actions which benefit
rather than hinder the happiness of others. Learning to practice
gratitude or generosity is a beautiful way of leading by example. We
become secure in the knowledge that we act only with goodwill. This
brings greater happiness now and in the future for ourselves and those
with whom we associate. Extending the values to which we subscribe in
our brahma vihāra meditations to our interactions with others in daily
life.

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Contemplation - Day 68


401. Like
water on a lotus leaf,


or
mustard seed on a needlepoint;


one
who does not cling to sense pleasure -


him,
I call a brahmin.



402. Realizing
in this life


the
destruction of sorrow;


having
laid the burden aside,


-
freed -


him,
I call a brahmin.



403. With
profound knowledge, wise,


discerning
the right and wrong path,


having
reached the highest goal,


him,
I call a brahmin.



404. Unattached
to householders


and
ascetics alike,


wandering
without abode,


without
desires,


him,
I call a brahmin.



405. Having
renounced violence


against
weak or strong,


neither
harming nor killing,


him,
I call a brahmin.



406. Friendly
amongst the hostile,


peaceful
amongst the violent,


unattached
amongst the attached,


him,
I call a brahmin.



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Tuesday - Mindful Activity

1. Mindful Activity

“The doer of good delights here and hereafter;

he delights in both worlds.

The thought, ‘Good have I done’, delights him,

and he delights even more

when gone to realms of bliss.”


- Dhammapada 18


The
meditative mind can also be brought to our daily activities off the
cushion. It is here that we set up the conditions that enable us to
achieve calmness and tranquillity and which give us an opportunity to
act in a beneficial way in relation to others.

It is a common fallacy
that our practice is only what takes place in the rarefied atmosphere of
our formal sessions or on retreat.

Nothing could be further from the
truth. It is important that in our daily activities we remain mindful
and that we treat people with respect and kindness.

It is unlikely that a
‘nasty boss’ will get very far in his meditation sessions if he behaves
unethically during the rest of his waking hours.

Try sending mettā to
someone you have just intentionally wronged - fairly impossible isn’t
it? Wouldn’t it be better to have treated them well in the first place?


We
have looked at the Five Precepts and it is essential that an ethical
code such as this governs our actions. We may be unable to commit wholly
to it at this stage but gradually we can extend our observance of each
precept.

They are not commandments or eternal laws; they are simply ways
of training our behaviour in order that we can make the best decisions
about our actions.

Secure in this background we can act skilfully rather
than unskilfully in every aspect of our lives.



In
addition to behaving ethically we can introduce an attitude of
mindfulness into our daily activities. At particular moments during the
day we can decide to give our whole attention to whatever we are doing.

This is part of living an examined life and is very useful in
establishing a consistent approach to our development.

Naturally it is
more difficult to be wholly mindful of an activity in daily life than to
be mindful of the breathing in meditation but it is possible.

Start
with simple activities and take care about how you carry them out. Don’t
expect to be able initially to retain complete concentration on the
activity but give it a try. Begin with just a few things and increase
them gradually.

Don’t become annoyed when distractions and interruptions
inevitably occur. Work with a sense of wonder: even the simplest tasks
will interest you. Give them your full attention.


In
addition to the formal practice I would like you to try incorporating
two exercises into your daily routine this week to extend mindfulness:



1. Mindful Activity


Choose
a simple activity that you carry out each day. Maybe washing the
dishes, getting dressed, or tidying your home. Use the same activity
each day. Whichever activity you have chosen resolve to give your whole
attention to it.

As in meditation, when the mind wanders from the
activity bring it back to the job in hand. Be wholly with the activity,
however mundane. Stop planning, fantasising, remembering.

Do the
activity for the sake of doing it - not to get it over with. Know it
intimately. Bring mindfulness to carrying out the task. Work with the
same activity each day.


2. Reconnecting


Choose
an object or sound with which you come into contact several times each
day. It could be a bunch of keys, a pen, a door-handle, or the sound of
the telephone ringing.


Whenever
you come into contact with that object or sound stop for a moment and
be aware of the breath as it enters the body. Another alternative is to
mentally note “May all beings be happy” each time you become aware of
the object or sound you have chosen.

Use these two exercises in addition
to your formal meditation for the next week as a way of extending the
process of developing mindfulness to our mundane activities.

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Contemplation - Day 67


397. Having
cut off all fetters,


fearless,
beyond attachment,


-
unbound -


him,
I call a brahmin.



398. Having
cut the strap and thong,


the
rope and bridle;


having
removed the bar


- awakened -


him,
I call a brahmin.



399. Enduring
abuse, flogging


and
punishments without anger;


empowered
- most effectively - by patience:


him,
I call a brahmin.



400. Free
from anger;


devout,
virtuous,


free
from craving, self-controlled,


-
bearing his final body -


him,
I call a brahmin.



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LESSON 2827  Wed  5  Dec  2018 PRACTICE BUDDHA VACANA for PEACE (PBVP)



Do Good Be Mindful



People all over the world may
practice Buddha Vacana the words of the Buddha from Tipitaka for
Bahujan Hitaya Bahujan Sukhaya I.e., for the welfare, happiness and
peace for all societies and to attain Eternal Bliss as
Final Goal.

Tipitaka
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City and also the Forbidden Purple City. Da Nang’s Cham Museum contains a
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sandstone deities, monsters and heavenly dancers. With nearly six
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107) Classical Welsh-Cymraeg Clasurol,

108 มงคล: Animation Buddha


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107) Clasurol Cymraeg-Cymraeg Clasurol,

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Buddha Vacana
- Mae geiriau’r Bwdha -
Dysgwch Pali ar-lein am ddim a’r ffordd hawdd.


Mae’r wefan hon yn ymroddedig i’r rhai sy’n dymuno deall geiriau’r
Bwdha yn well trwy ddysgu pethau sylfaenol iaith Pali, ond nad oes
ganddynt lawer o amser ar gael iddo. Y syniad yw, os mai dim ond i
alluogi darllen y testunau Pali yw eu pwrpas i ddarllen testunau Pali a
bod ganddynt deimlad teg o’u deall, hyd yn oed os nad yw’r
ddealltwriaeth honno’n cwmpasu holl fanylion y rheolau gramadeg, nid oes
angen iddynt wario mewn gwirionedd amser yn cael trafferth gyda dysgu
anhygoel o ddamcaniaeth ramadegol anhygoel sy’n cynnwys pethau o’r fath â
nifer o ddehongli a chydymdeimladau.

Yn yr achos hwnnw, mae’n
ddigon cyfyngu eu hunain i ddysgu ystyr y geiriau Pali pwysicaf, gan fod
y profiad ailadroddus o ddarllen yn rhoi dealltwriaeth empirig a
greddfol o’r strwythurau dedfryd mwyaf cyffredin. Felly fe’u galluogi i
ddod yn hunanodidactau, gan ddewis amser, hyd, amlder, cynnwys a dyfnder
eu hastudiaeth eu hunain.

Bydd eu dealltwriaeth o’r Buddha
Vacana yn dod yn llawer mwy manwl wrth iddynt ddysgu a chofio’r geiriau
a’r fformiwlâu pwysig sy’n hanfodol ym myd dysgu’r Bwdha, trwy ffyrdd o
ddarllen yn rheolaidd. Bydd eu dysgu a’u hysbrydoliaeth yn dod yn
ddyfnach gan y bydd eu cynhwysedd i negeseuon yr Athro yn gwella.


Yn y dyfodol, bydd bikkhus na fyddant yn gwrando ar ddatganiadau o’r
fath sy’n geiriau o’r Tathāgata, sy’n ddwys, yn ddwys, sy’n arwain y tu
hwnt i’r byd, (yn gyson) sy’n gysylltiedig â gwactod, ni fyddant yn
rhoi’r gorau i glust. ni fyddant yn cymhwyso eu meddyliau ar wybodaeth,
ni fyddant yn ystyried bod y dysgeidiaethau hynny ar fin cael eu magu
a’u meistroli.

I’r gwrthwyneb, byddant yn gwrando ar ddatganiadau
o’r fath sy’n gyfansoddiadau llenyddol a wneir gan feirdd, geiriau
ysgogol, llythyrau llym, gan bobl o’r tu allan, neu eiriau’r disgyblion,
y byddant yn rhoi sylw i glust, byddant yn cymhwyso eu meddyliau ar
wybodaeth , byddant yn ystyried bod y dysgeidiaethau hynny ar fin cael
eu magu a’u meistroli.

Felly, bydd bikkhus, y dadleuon sy’n
eiriau o’r Tathāgata, yn ddwys, yn ddwys, sy’n arwain y tu hwnt i’r byd,
(yn gyson) sy’n gysylltiedig â gwactod, yn diflannu.

Felly,
bhikkhus, dylech chi hyfforddi fel hyn: ‘Byddwn yn gwrando ar
ddatganiadau o’r fath sy’n geiriau o’r Tathāgata, sy’n ddwys, yn ddwys,
sy’n arwain y tu hwnt i’r byd, (yn gyson) sy’n gysylltiedig â gwactod,
byddwn yn rhoi sylw i ni, ni yn cymhwyso ein meddwl ar wybodaeth, byddwn
yn ystyried bod y dysgeidiaethau hynny ar fin cael eu magu a’u
meistroli. ‘ Dyma sut, bhikkhus, dylech chi hyfforddi eich hun.

- Āṇi Sutta -


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108) Classical Xhosa-IsiXhosa zesiXhosa
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108) I-Classical Xhosa-IsiXhosa yesiXhosa,

http://www.buddha-vacana.org/Okuqala

UBuddha Vacana
- Amazwi kaBuddha -
Funda Pali kwi-intanethi mahhala kwaye indlela elula.


Le webhsayithi inikezelwa kwabo banqwenela ukuqonda kangcono amagama
kaBuddha ngokufunda izinto ezisisiseko zesiLwimi, kodwa abangenalo
ixesha elifumanekayo. Ingcamango kukuba ukuba injongo yabo nje
kukufumana amandla okufunda iimibhalo ze-Pali kunye nokuvakalelwa
okufanelekileyo, nangona ukuba ukuqonda akufaki iinkcukacha zemizuzu
yemigaqo yegrama, akufuneki ukuba bachithe ixesha elijongene nokufunda
okuphazamisayo kweengcamango ezinobunzima begrama ezibandakanya izinto
ezifana nokunciphisa amaninzi kunye nokudibanisa.

Kwimeko enjalo,
kunelungelo lokuzikhawulela ngokwabo ukuba bafunde intsingiselo
yamagama abaluleke kakhulu asePali, kuba amava aphindaphindiwe
ekufundeni anika ukuqonda okusemgangathweni kunye okunemeko yezivakalisi
eziqhelekileyo. Ngako-ke bancedwa ukuba babe yi-autodidacts, bakhethe
ixesha, ubude, imvama, isiqulatho kunye nobunzulu bokufunda kwabo.


Ukuqonda kwabo kwiBuddha Vacana kuya kuba yinto echanekileyo njengoko
bafunda ngokuzikhandla baze bafunde ngeemvakalelo ezibalulekileyo
ezibalulekileyo kwimfundiso kaBuddha, ngeendlela zokufunda rhoqo.
Ukufunda kwabo kunye nokuphefumlelwa abayifumana kuyo kuya kukhula
ngakumbi njengoko ukufumana kwabo imiyalezo yoTitshala kuya kuphucula.


Ngexesha elizayo, kuya kubakho i-bhikkhus engayikuphulaphula intetho
yezo ntetho ezithetha ngamaTathāgata, ezinzulu, ezinzulu ngentsingiselo,
ezikhokelela ngaphaya kwehlabathi, (ngokuqhubekayo) ezixhomekeke
kukungabikho nto, abayi kuboleka indlebe, Awuyi kusebenzisa ingqondo
yabo ngolwazi, abayi kucinga ukuba loo mfundiso iyakuthi ithathwe kwaye
yenziwe kakuhle.

Ngokuphambene noko, baya kuphulaphula iintetho
ezinjalo iintetho ezibhaliweyo ezenziwe ngababongi, amagama
angamaqhinga, iileta ezinobungqina, ngabantu abavela ngaphandle, okanye
amagama abafundi, baya kuboleka indlebe, baya kusebenzisa ingqondo yabo
ngolwazi , baya kuqwalasela loo mfundiso ukuba ithatyathwe kwaye yenziwe
kakuhle.

Ngaloo ndlela, iibhikkhus, iintetho ezizithethayo
zeTathāgata, ezinzulu, ezinentsingiselo, ezikhokelela ngaphaya
kwehlabathi, (ngokuqhubekayo) ezixhomekeke kukungabi nalutho, ziya
kutshabalala.

Ngoko ke, bhikkhus, kufuneka uqeqeqe ngale ndlela:
‘Siza kuphulaphula iintetho ezinjalo ngamazwi eTathāgata, inzulu, inzulu
inentsingiselo, ekhokela ngaphaya kwehlabathi, (ngokuqhubekayo)
ehlangene nokungenanto, siya kuboleka indlebe, siya kusebenzisa ingqondo
yethu ngolwazi, siya kuqwalasela loo mfundiso ukuba ithatyathwe kwaye
yenziwe kakuhle. Yile ndlela, bhikkhus, kufuneka uqeqeshe.

- Āṇi Sutta -






























































109) Classical Yiddish-

It is a man’s own mind, not his enemy or foe, that lures him to evil ways.

109) קלאַסיש יידיש-קלאַסיש ייִדיש

http://www.buddha-vacana.org/Tree

Buddha Vacana
- די ווערטער פון די בודאַ -
לערנען פּאַלי אָנליין פֿאַר פֿרייַ און די גרינג וועג.


דער וועבזייטל איז דעדאַקייטאַד צו די וואס ווילן צו בעסער די ווערטער פון
די בודאַ דורך לערנען די באַסיקס פון פּאַלי שפּראַך, אָבער וואס טאָן
נישט האָבן פיל צייַט פֿאַר עס. דער געדאַנק איז אַז אויב זייער ציל איז
בלויז צו באַקומען ענייבאַלד צו לייענען די פּאַלי טעקסץ און האָבן אַ שיין
געפיל פון פארשטאנד זיי, אַפֿילו אויב אַז פארשטאנד טוט נישט דעקן אַלע די
מינוט פרטים פון גראַמאַטיקאַל כּללים, זיי טאָן ניט טאַקע דאַרפֿן צו
פאַרברענגען פיל צייַט סטראַגאַלינג מיט אַ דיסקערידזשינג וויסן פון
טידיאַס גראַמאַטאַקאַל טעאָריע ינוואַלווינג אַזאַ זאכן ווי סך
דעקלאַפּמאַנץ און קאָנדזשוגאַטיאָנס.

אין דעם פאַל, עס איז גענוג
צו באַגרענעצן זיך צו פשוט לערנען די טייַטש פון די מערסט וויכטיק פּאַלי
ווערטער, ווייַל די ריפּיטיד דערפאַרונג פון לייענען גיט אַן עמפּיריקאַל
און ינטואַטיוו פארשטאנד פון די מערסט פּראָסט זאַץ סטראַקטשערז. זיי זענען
אַזוי ענייבאַלד צו ווערן אַוטאָדידאַקץ, טשוזינג די צייַט, געדויער,
אָפטקייַט, אינהאַלט און טיף פון זייער אייגן לערנען.

זייער
פארשטאנד פון די בודאַ וואַקאַנאַ וועט ווערן פיל מער גענוי ווי זיי עפשער
לערנען און מעמערייז די ווערטער און די וויכטיק פאָרמולאַס וואָס זענען
פונדאַמענטאַל אין די בודאַ ס לערנען, דורך וועגן פון רעגולער לייענען.
זייער לערנען און די ינספּיראַציע זיי באַקומען פון עס וועט וואַקסן טיף
ווי זייער רעסעפּטיוויטי צו די אַרטיקלען פון די לערער וועט פֿאַרבעסערן.


אין דער צוקונפט צייט, עס וועט זיין בהיקקהוס וואס וועט נישט הערן צו די
אַטעראַנס פון אַזאַ דיסקאָורסעס וואָס זענען ווערטער פון די
טאַטהאַגאַטאַ, טיף, טיף אין טייַטש, לידינג אויסער די וועלט,
(קאַנסיסטאַנטלי) פארבונדן מיט עמטינעסס, זיי וועלן נישט אַנטלייַען אויער,
זיי וועט נישט אָנווענדן זייער מיינונג אויף וויסן, זיי וועלן נישט
באַטראַכטן יענע לערנונגען ווי צו זיין גענומען און מאַסטערד.

אויף
די פאַרקערט, זיי וועלן הערן צו די אַטעראַנס פון אַזאַ דיסקאָורסעס וואָס
זענען ליטערארישע קאַמפּאַזישאַנז געמאכט דורך דיכטערס, וויציק ווערטער,
וויציק אותיות, דורך מענטשן פון אַרויס, אָדער די ווערטער פון תלמידים, זיי
וועלן געבן לאָונז, זיי וועלן צולייגן זייער מיינונג אויף וויסן , זיי
וועלן באַטראַכטן יענע לערנונגען ווי צו זיין גענומען און מאַסטערד.


אזוי, בהיקקהוס, די דיסקאָרסאַז וואָס זענען ווערטער פון די
טאַטהאַגאַטאַ, טיף, טיף אין טייַטש, לידינג ווייַטער פון די וועלט,
(קאַנסיסטאַנטלי) פארבונדן מיט עמטינעסס, וועט פאַרשווינדן.


דעריבער, בהיקקהוס, איר זאָל באַן אַזוי: ‘מיר וועלן הערן צו די אַטעראַנס
פון אַזאַ דיסקאָורסעס וואָס זענען ווערטער פון די טאַטהאַגאַטאַ, טיף, טיף
אין טייַטש, לידינג איבער די וועלט, (קאַנסיסטאַנטלי) פארבונדן מיט
עמטינעסס, מיר וועלן געבן לאָ, וועט אָנווענדן אונדזער מיינונג אויף וויסן,
מיר וועלן באַטראַכטן יענע לערנונגען ווי צו זיין גענומען און מאַסטערד. ‘
דאָס איז ווי, בהיקקהוס, איר זאָל טראַכטן זיך.

- Āṇi סאַטטאַ -

קלאסישע ייִדיש

110) Classical Yoruba-Yoruba Yoruba,

via GIPHY

Buddha Vacana
- Awọn ọrọ ti Buddha -
Mọ Pali online fun ọfẹ ati ọna ti o rọrun.


Aaye ayelujara yii ni igbẹhin fun awọn ti o fẹ lati ni oye awọn ọrọ ti
Buddha nipa kikọ ẹkọ awọn orisun ti ede Pali, ṣugbọn awọn ti ko ni akoko
pupọ fun rẹ. Awọn ero ni pe ti o ba jẹ pe ipinnu wọn jẹ pe ki o ni
agbara lati ka awọn ọrọ odi ati ki o ni imọran ti o dara fun oye wọn,
paapaa ti oye naa ko ba bo gbogbo awọn alaye iṣẹju ti awọn ofin iṣiro,
wọn ko nilo lati lo Elo akoko igbiyanju pẹlu ẹkọ ailera fun ẹkọ imọ-ẹkọ
ti o lagbara ti o ni iru awọn ohun ti o pọju pupọ ati awọn ifunmọ.


Ni ọran naa, o to lati ṣe idinwo ara wọn lati kọ ẹkọ itumọ awọn
gbolohun ọrọ pataki julọ, nitori iriri igbesi-aye ti o tun tun ṣe alaye
ti o ni imọran ati imọran ti awọn ẹya gbolohun ti o wọpọ julọ. Wọn ti jẹ
bayi lati di awọn ara ẹni, yan akoko, iye, iye, awọn akoonu ati ijinle
ti iwadi ti ara wọn.

Imọ wọn nipa Buddha Vacana yoo di pupọ diẹ
bi wọn ti kọ ẹkọ ati ṣe akori awọn ọrọ naa ati awọn ilana pataki ti o jẹ
pataki ninu ẹkọ Buddha, nipasẹ awọn ọna ti kika kika deede. Awọn ẹkọ
wọn ati awọn igbesẹ ti wọn gba lati inu rẹ yoo jinlẹ siwaju sii bi
gbigba wọn si awọn ifiranṣẹ ti Olukọ yoo mu.

Ni ọjọ iwaju, nibẹ
ni yio jẹ bhikkhus ti ko ni gbọtisi ọrọ ti awọn iwifun ti o jẹ ọrọ ti
Tathāgata, ti o jinna, ti o ni iyipada ninu itumọ, ti o nyorisi agbaye,
(nigbagbogbo) ti o ni asopọ pẹlu emptiness, wọn kii yoo gba iran, wọn
yoo ko lokan wọn lori imo, wọn kii yoo ṣe akiyesi awọn ẹkọ wọnni ti o yẹ
ki wọn gbe soke ati ki o ni imọran.

Ni idakeji, wọn yoo gbọ si
ọrọ ti awọn iru ọrọ bẹẹ ti o jẹ awọn akosilẹ-kikọ ti awọn akọwe, ọrọ ti o
niye, awọn lẹta ti o ni imọran, nipasẹ awọn eniyan lati ita, tabi awọn
ọrọ awọn ọmọ-ẹhin, wọn yoo gba igbi, wọn yoo fi ọkàn wọn si imo , wọn
yoo ṣe akiyesi awọn ẹkọ wọnni ti o yẹ ki wọn gbe soke ki wọn si ni
imọran.

Bayi, bhikkhus, awọn ọrọ ti o jẹ ọrọ ti Tathāgata, ti o
jinlẹ, ti o jinna ni itumọ, ti o yorisi agbaye, (nigbagbogbo) ti o ni
asopọ pẹlu emptiness, yoo parun.

Nitorina, bhikkhus, o yẹ ki o kọ
ni bayi: ‘A yoo gbọ si sisọ iru ọrọ wọnyi ti o jẹ ọrọ ti Tathāgata, ti o
jinna, ti o ni iyipada ninu itumọ, ti o nyorisi agbaye, (nigbagbogbo)
ti o ni asopọ pẹlu emptiness, a yoo gba eti, yoo lo imọ wa lori imo, a
yoo ṣe akiyesi awọn ẹkọ wọnni ti o yẹ ki a gbe soke ati ki o ṣe pataki. ‘
Eyi ni bi, bhikkhus, o yẹ ki o kọ ara rẹ.

- Āṇi Sutta -

111) Classical Zulu-I-Classical Zulu

Buddha Wall Art Zen Art Buddha Photography Boho Artwork Zen111) IsiZulu-I-Classical Zulu
http://www.buddha-vacana.org/Tree

Buddha Vacana
- Amazwi kaBuddha -
Funda Pali online mahhala futhi indlela elula.

Lewebhusayithi inikezelwa kulabo abafisa ukuqonda kangcono amagama kaBuddha ngokufunda izinto eziyisisekelo zolimi lwesiPaini, kodwa abangenaso isikhathi esiningi. Umqondo wukuthi uma inhloso yabo nje ukuthola amandla okufunda imibhalo yamaPali futhi babe nomuzwa ozwakalayo wokuziqonda, ngisho noma lokho kuqonda kungagqugquzeli yonke imininingwana yemininingwana yemithetho yesigama, akudingeki ukuthi bachithe okuningi isikhathi esibhekene nokufunda okudikibalayo kwetheksthi ehlukumezayo yohlelo lolimi olubandakanya izinto ezinjengokunciphisa okuningi nokuxubusha.

Uma kunjalo, kunelungelo lokuzikhawulela ukuba bafunde ukuthi amagama asePali abaluleke kakhulu, ngoba isipiliyoni esiphindayo sokufunda sinikeza ukuqonda okunembile nokuzwakalayo kwezakhi zomusho ezivame kakhulu. Ngakho-ke kunikwe amandla ukuba abe yi-autodidacts, ukukhetha isikhathi, ubude, imvamisa, okuqukethwe nokujula kokutadisha kwabo.

Ukuqonda kwabo ngeBuddha Vacana kuzoba ngokuqondile njengoba befunda ngokuzikhandla futhi bekhanda amagama namafomu okubalulekile asemqoka ekufundiseni kukaBuddha, ngezindlela zokufunda njalo. Ukufunda kwabo kanye nokuphefumulelwa abayithola kuyo kuyokhula ngokujulile njengoba ukwamukelwa kwabo emilayezo kaMfundisi kuzokwenza ngcono.

Esikhathini esizayo, kuyoba ne-bhikkhus abangayilaleli izinkulumo ezinjalo ngamazwi weTathāgata, ejulile, enencazelo ejulile, ehola ngaphesheya kwezwe, (njalo) ehlangene nokungenangqondo, ngeke akhokhe indlebe, ngeke basebenzise ingqondo yabo ngolwazi, ngeke babheke lezo zimfundiso njengokuthi zithathwe futhi ziqondwe kahle.

Ngokuphambene nalokho, bayokulalela ukukhuluma ngezinkulumo ezinjalo ezenziwe izinkondlo, amagama ahlakaniphile, izincwadi ezinobungqingili, ngabantu abavela ngaphandle, noma amagama abafundi, bazoboleka indlebe, bazosebenzisa ingqondo yabo ngolwazi , bayozicabangela lezo zimfundiso njengokuthi zithathwe futhi zikwazi kahle.

Ngakho-ke, ama-bhikkhus, izinkulumo ezingamagama weTathāgata, ezijulile, ezijulile, eziholela ngaphesheya kwezwe, (njalo) ezixhunywe ngaphandle kokuphela, ziyophela.

Ngakho-ke, bhikkhus, kufanele uqeqeze ngale ndlela: ‘Sizolalela amazwi enkulumo enjalo ngamazwi eTathāgata, ejulile, enencazelo ejulile, eholela ngaphesheya kwezwe, (njalo) ehlangene nokungazi lutho, sizoboleka indlebe, thina sizosebenzisa ingqondo yethu ngolwazi, sizocabangela lezo zimfundiso njengokuthi zithathwe futhi zihlonishwe. ‘ Yile ndlela, bhikkhus, kufanele uziqeqeshe.

- Āṇi Sutta -

01) Classical Magahi Magadhi,
02) Classical Chandaso language,

03) Classical Magadhi Prakrit

04) Classical Pali

05) Classical Hela Basa


06) Classical Deva Nagari,
07) Classical Cyrillic
08) Classical Afrikaans– Klassieke Afrikaans

09) Classical Albanian-Shqiptare klasike,
10) Classical Amharic-አንጋፋዊ አማርኛ,
11) Classical Arabic-اللغة العربية الفصحى
12) Classical Armenian-դասական հայերեն,
13) Classical Azerbaijani- Klassik Azərbaycan,

14) Classical Basque- Euskal klasikoa,
15) Classical Belarusian-Класічная беларуская,

16) Classical Bengali-ক্লাসিক্যাল বাংলা,
17) Classical  Bosnian-Klasični bosanski,

18) Classical Bulgaria- Класически българск,

19) Classical  Catalan-Català clàssic
20) Classical Cebuano-Klase sa Sugbo,

21) Classical Chichewa-Chikale cha Chichewa,

22) Classical Chinese (Simplified)-古典中文(简体),

23) Classical Chinese (Traditional)-古典中文(繁體),

24) Classical Corsican-Corsa Corsicana,
25) Classical  Croatian-Klasična hrvatska,

26) Classical  Czech-Klasická čeština,

27) Classical  Danish-Klassisk dansk,Klassisk dansk,
28) Classical  Dutch- Klassiek Nederlands,
29) Classical English,
30) Classical Esperanto-Klasika Esperanto,

31) Classical Estonian- klassikaline eesti keel,
32) Classical Filipino,
33) Classical Finnish- Klassinen suomalainen,

34) Classical French- Français classique,

35) Classical Frisian- Klassike Frysk,
36) Classical Galician-Clásico galego,

37) Classical Georgian-კლასიკური ქართული,

38) Classical German- Klassisches Deutsch,
39) Classical Greek-Κλασσικά Ελληνικά,
40) Classical Gujarati-ક્લાસિકલ ગુજરાતી,
41) Classical Haitian Creole-Klasik kreyòl,
42) Classical Hausa-Hausa Hausa,
43) Classical Hawaiian-Hawaiian Hawaiian,
44) Classical Hebrew- עברית קלאסית
45) Classical Hindi- शास्त्रीय हिंदी,
46) Classical Hmong- Lus Hmoob,
47) Classical Hungarian-Klasszikus magyar,

48) Classical Icelandic-Klassísk íslensku,

49) Classical Igbo,
50) Classical Indonesian-Bahasa Indonesia Klasik,

51) Classical Irish-Indinéisis Clasaiceach,
52) Classical Italian-Italiano classico,
53) Classical Japanese-古典的なイタリア語,

54) Classical Javanese-Klasik Jawa,
55) Classical Kannada- ಶಾಸ್ತ್ರೀಯ ಕನ್ನಡ,

56) Classical Kazakh-Классикалық қазақ,

57) Classical Khmer- ខ្មែរបុរាណ,
58) Classical Korean-고전 한국어,

59) Classical Kurdish (Kurmanji)-Kurdî (Kurmancî),

60) Classical Kyrgyz-Классикалык Кыргыз,
61) Classical Lao-ຄລາສສິກລາວ,
62) Classical Latin-LXII) Classical Latin,

63) Classical Latvian-Klasiskā latviešu valoda,

64) Classical Lithuanian-Klasikinė lietuvių kalba,
65) Classical Luxembourgish-Klassesch Lëtzebuergesch,

66) Classical Macedonian-Класичен македонски,
67) Classical Malagasy,
68) Classical Malay-Melayu Klasik,

69) Classical Malayalam-ക്ലാസിക്കൽ മലയാളം,

70) Classical Maltese-Klassiku Malti,
71) Classical Maori-Maori Maori,
72) Classical Marathi-क्लासिकल माओरी,

73) Classical Mongolian-Сонгодог Монгол,

74) Classical Myanmar (Burmese)-Classical မြန်မာ (ဗမာ),

75) Classical Nepali-शास्त्रीय म्यांमार (बर्मा),
76) Classical Norwegian-Klassisk norsk,

77) Classical Pashto- ټولګی پښتو
78) Classical Persian-کلاسیک فارسی
79) Classical Polish-Język klasyczny polski,
80) Classical Portuguese-Português Clássico,
81) Classical Punjabi-ਕਲਾਸੀਕਲ ਪੰਜਾਬੀ,
82) Classical Romanian-Clasic românesc,
83) Classical Russian-Классический русский,
84) Classical Samoan-Samoan Samoa,
85) Classical Scots Gaelic-Gàidhlig Albannach Clasaigeach,

86) Classical Serbian-Класични српски,
87) Classical Sesotho-Seserbia ea boholo-holo,

88) Classical Shona-Shona Shona,
89) Classical Sindhi,
90) Classical Sinhala-සම්භාව්ය සිංහල,

91) Classical Slovak-Klasický slovenský,

92) Classical Slovenian-Klasična slovenska,

93) Classical Somali-Soomaali qowmiyadeed,

94) Classical Spanish-Español clásico,
95) Classical Sundanese-Sunda Klasik,

96) Classical Swahili,
97) Classical Swedish-Klassisk svensk,

98) Classical Tajik-тоҷикӣ классикӣ,
99) Classical Tamil-பாரம்பரிய இசைத்தமிழ் செம்மொழி,

100) Classical Telugu- క్లాసికల్ తెలుగు,
101) Classical Thai-ภาษาไทยคลาสสิก,
102) Classical Turkish-Klasik Türk,

103) Classical Ukrainian-Класичний український,

104) Classical Urdu- کلاسیکی اردو
105) Classical Uzbek-Klassik o’zbek,
106) Classical Vietnamese-Tiếng Việt cổ điển,

107) Classical Welsh-Cymraeg Clasurol,
108) Classical Xhosa-IsiXhosa zesiXhosa,

109) Classical Yiddish- קלאסישע ייִדיש
110) Classical Yoruba-Yoruba Yoruba,
111) Classical Zulu-I-Classical Zulu







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LESSON 2826 Tue 4 Dec 2018 PRACTICE BUDDHA VACANA for PEACE (PBVP) Do Good Be Mindful People all over the world may practice Buddha Vacana the words of the Buddha from Tipitaka for Bahujan Hitaya Bahujan Sukhaya I.e., for the welfare, happiness and peace for all societies and to attain Eternal Bliss as Final Goal. Tipitaka in 98) Classical Tajik-тоҷикӣ классикӣ,
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LESSON 2826  Tue  4  Dec  2018 PRACTICE BUDDHA VACANA for PEACE (PBVP)



Do Good Be Mindful



People all over the world may
practice Buddha Vacana the words of the Buddha from Tipitaka for
Bahujan Hitaya Bahujan Sukhaya I.e., for the welfare, happiness and
peace for all societies and to attain Eternal Bliss as
Final Goal.

Tipitaka

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