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LESSON 3355 Sun 17 May 2020 Discovery of Awakened One with Awareness Universe(DAOAU) World Population 7,784,793,192 Current World Population - COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic Recovered: 1,761,082 10 countries that are not affected by the COVID-19 virus yet. Comoros, North Korea, Yemen, The Federated States of Micronesia, Kiribati, Solomon Islands, the Cook Islands, Micronesia, Tonga, the Marshall Islands Palau, American Samoa, South Georgia South Sandwich Islands. Saint Helena. Countries and territories without any cases of COVID-19 Europe Aland Islands Svalbard Jan Mayen Islands Latin America Africa British Indian Ocean Territory French Southern Territories Lesotho Oceania Christmas Island Cocos (Keeling) Islands Heard Island McDonald Islands Niue Norfolk Island Pitcairn Solomon Islands Tokelau United States Minor Outlying Islands Wallis and Futuna Islands Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Tuvalu, Vanuatu Are all well, happy and secure! They are calm, quiet, alert and attentive with their wisdom, having an equanimity mind not reacting to good and bad thoughts with a clear understanding that everything is changing! including all the Presidents, Prime Ministers, Parlmentarians, Legislators,Ministers, MPs, MLAs, Political ruling and opposition Party members, Chief Justices, Judges, Chief Election Commission members Media persons who were not affected by COVID-19 not wearing face masks but still alive and who are more deadliest than COVID-19 Last updated: May 16, 2020, 07:35 GMT 7,784,793,192Current World Population 52,406,183Births this year 209,731Births today 22,001,371Deaths this year 88,050Deaths today while World 22,001,371Deaths this year COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic Recovered:1,761,082 Coronavirus Cases:4,629,885 Deaths 308,677 Awakened One with Awareness perspective of good governance- Democratic governance Shadow man on COVID-19, US story Major Cause of Death in COVID-19 is Thrombosis, Not Pneumonia The CDC says they don’t recommend people wear masks to prevent transmitting the virus if you do not have symptoms. Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta Dasa raja dhammaAgathidhammasdasa kusala.Kuutadanta Suttadana priyavacana artha cariya samanatmataSamyutta Nikayaarya” or “ariyasammutideva Agganna Sutta Majjima Nikaya arya” or “ariya sammutideva Digha Nikaya Maha Sudassana Dittadhammikatthasamvattanika-dhamma Canon Sutta Pali Canon and Suttapitaka Iddhipada Lokiyadhamma and Lokuttaradhamma Brahmavihàra Sangahavatthu Nathakaranadhamma Saraniyadhamma Adhipateyya Dithadhammikattha dukkha anicca anatta Samsara Cakkamatti Sihananda Sutta, Kutadanta Sutta Chandagati Dosagati Mohagati Bhayagati Yoniso manasikara BrahmavihàraSangahavatthu Nathakaranadhamma SaraniyadhammaAdhipateyya Dithadhammikattha Mara Law of Kamma Vasettha Sutta in Majjhima Nikaya Ambattha Sutta in Digha Nikaya Assamedha Sassamedha Naramedha Purisamedha Sammapasa Vajapeyya Niraggala Sila Samadhi Panna Samma-sankappa Sigalovada Sutta Brahmajala Sutta Digha Nikaya (Mahaparinibbana-sutta dhammamahamatras Lord Awakened One with Awareness said (in Pali), ‘Na jacca vasalo hoti na jacca hoti brahmano. Kammuna vasalo hoti kammuna hoti brahmano.’ (Not by his birth man is an outcaste or a Brahman; Only by his own Kamma man becomes an outcaste or a Brahman.) Lord Awakened One with Araeness said, ‘Be hurry, O Bhikkhus, to paddle your boat till it shall reach the other side of the river bank.’ Awakened One with awareness said ‘Suddhi asuddhi paccattam nanno nannam visodhaye’ (purity and impurity is the matter of an individual; one can, by no means, purify another).
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Discovery of Awakened One with Awareness Universe(DAOAU)

World Population
7,784,991,179 Current World Population -
COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic Recovered:1,812,164

10 countries that are not affected by the COVID-19 virus yet.

  • 1. Comoros,
  • 2. North Korea, 
  • 3. Yemen,
  • 4. The Federated States of Micronesia,
  • 5. Kiribati,
  • 6. Solomon Islands,
  • 7. The Cook Islands,
  • 8. Micronesia,
  • 9. Tonga,
  • 10. The Marshall Islands Palau,
  • American Samoa, 
  • South Georgia
  •  South Sandwich Islands.
  • Saint Helena.

    Countries and territories without any cases of COVID-19

    Europe

    Aland Islands
    Svalbard

  • Jan Mayen Islands

  • Latin America

    Africa

    British Indian Ocean Territory

    French Southern Territories
    Lesotho

  • Oceania


  • Christmas Island
    Cocos (Keeling) Islands

    Heard Island

  • McDonald Islands

    Niue
    Norfolk Island
    Pitcairn
    Solomon Islands
    Tokelau
    United States Minor Outlying Islands
    Wallis and Futuna Islands

  • Tajikistan,
  • Turkmenistan,
  • Tuvalu,
  • Vanuatu

Are all well, happy and secure!
They are calm, quiet, alert and attentive with their wisdom,
having an equanimity mind not reacting to good and bad thoughts
with a clear understanding that everything is changing!

including
all the Presidents, Prime Ministers, Parlmentarians, Legislators,Ministers, MPs, MLAs, Political
ruling and opposition Party members, Chief Justices, Judges, Chief
Election Commission members Media persons who were not affected by
COVID-19 not wearing face masks but still alive  and who are more deadliest than COVID-19



Last updated: May 17, 2020, 04:50 GMT




52,747,451Births this year
167,202Births today

22,144,644Deaths this year

70,196Deaths today
while World 22,144,644 Deaths this year COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic Recovered:1,812,164
Coronavirus Cases:4,721,851 Deaths 313,260



Awakened One with Awareness perspective of good governance-
Democratic governance
Shadow man on COVID-19, US story
Major Cause of Death in COVID-19 is Thrombosis, Not Pneumonia
The CDC says they don’t recommend people wear masks to prevent transmitting the virus if you do not have symptoms.

Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta
1. Dasa raja dhamma

2. kusala.

3. Kuutadanta Sutta dana
4. priyavacana

 artha cariya
 samanatmataSamyutta Nikayaarya” or “ariyasammutideva
Agganna Sutta
Majjima Nikaya
arya” or “ariya
sammutideva
Digha Nikaya
Maha Sudassana
Dittadhammikatthasamvattanika-dhamma
Canon Sutta
Pali Canon and Suttapitaka
Iddhipada
Lokiyadhamma and Lokuttaradhamma
Brahmavihàra
Sangahavatthu
Nathakaranadhamma
Saraniyadhamma
Adhipateyya Dithadhammikattha
dukkha
anicca
anatta
Samsara
Cakkamatti Sihananda Sutta,
Kutadanta Sutta
Chandagati
Dosagati
Mohagati
Bhayagati
Yoniso manasikara
BrahmavihàraSangahavatthu
Nathakaranadhamma
SaraniyadhammaAdhipateyya
Dithadhammikattha
Mara
Law of Kamma
Vasettha Sutta in Majjhima Nikaya
Ambattha Sutta in Digha Nikaya

Assamedha

Sassamedha


Naramedha

Purisamedha


Sammapasa

Vajapeyya

Niraggala

Sila

Samadhi

Panna

Samma-sankappa

Sigalovada Sutta

Brahmajala Sutta

Digha Nikaya (Mahaparinibbana-sutta
dhammamahamatras

Lord Awakened One with Awareness said (in Pali),

‘Na jacca vasalo hoti na jacca hoti brahmano.
Kammuna vasalo hoti
kammuna hoti brahmano.’
(Not by his birth man is an outcaste or a Brahman;
Only by his own Kamma man becomes an outcaste
or a Brahman.)

Lord Awakened One with Araeness said,

Be hurry, O Bhikkhus, to paddle your boat till it shall reach the other side of the river bank.’

Awakened One with awareness said
Suddhi asuddhi paccattam nanno nannam visodhaye’ (purity and impurity is the matter of an individual; one can, by no means, purify
another).
Dasa raja dhamma

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jtcdu_OInVo

http://www.lankalibrary.com/Bud/dasa-raja-dhamma.htm

Dasa-Raja-Dhamma: The ‘Ten Royal Virtues’

The ‘Ten Royal Virtues’ are as follows:


1. Dana: liberality, generosity or charity. The giving away of alms to
the needy. It is the duty of the king (government) to look after the
welfare of his needy subjects. The ideal ruler should give away wealth
and property wisely without giving in-to craving and attachment. In
other words he should not try to be rich making use of his position.


2. Sila: morality - a high moral character. He must observe at least
the Five Precepts, and conduct himself both in private and in public
life as to be a shining example to his subjects. This virtue is very
important, because, if the ruler adheres to it, strictly, then bribery
and corruption, violence and indiscipline would be automatically wiped
out in the country.

3. Comfort Pariccaga: Making sacrifices if
they are for the good of the people - personal name and fame; even the
life if need be. By the grant of gifts etc. the ruler spurs the subjects
on to more efficient and more loyal service.

4. Ajjava: Honesty
and integrity. He must be absolutely straightforward and must never take
recourse to any crooked or doubtful means to achieve his ends. He must
be free from fear or favour in the discharge of his duties. At this
point, a stanza from ‘Sigalovada Sutta. (Digha-Nikaya), a relevant
declaration by the Buddha comes to my mind:

“Canda, dose, bhaya, moha - Yo dhammam nativattati. Apurati tassa yaso - Sukkha pakkheva candima”)


Meaning: If a person maintains justice without being subjected to
favoritism, hatred, fear or ignorance, his popularity grows like the
waxing moon.

5. Maddava: Kindness or gentleness. A ruler’s
uprightness may sometimes require firmness. But this should be tempered
with kindness and gentleness. In other words a ruler should not be over -
harsh or cruel.

6. Tapa: Restraint of senses and austerity in
habits. Shunning indulgence in sensual pleasures, an ideal monarch keeps
his five senses under control. Some rulers may, using their position,
flout moral conduct - this is not becoming of a good monarch.

7.
Akkodha: Non-hatred. The ruler should bear no grudge against anybody.
Without harbouring grievances he must act with forbearance and love. At
this instance, I am reminded of how a certain royal pupil, an heir to
the throne, who had been punished by the teacher for an offence, took
revenge by punishing the teacher after he become King! (Jataka Text).
Political victimization is also not conducive to proper administration.


8. Avihimsa: non-violence. Not only should he refrain from harming
anybody but he should also try to promote peace and prevent war, when
necessary. He must practice non-violence to the highest possible extent
so long as it does not interfere with the firmness expected of an ideal
ruler.

9. Khanti: Patience and tolerance. Without losing his
temper, the ruler should be able to bear up hardships and insults. In
any occasion he should be able to conduct himself without giving in-to
emotions. He should be able to receive both bouquets and brickbats in
the same spirit and with equanimity.

10. Avirodha: Non -
opposition and non-enmity. The ruler should not oppose the will of the
people. He must cultivate the spirit of amity among his subjects. In
other words he should rule in harmony with his people.


The Cook Island

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Cook Islands Song

dangerislander
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Hey, hey, hey!


It’s been ages since I last posted an upload… The most recent video
‘African Queen’ wasn’t even mean to be uploaded… I ‘mistakenly’
uploaded it for some reson back in November ‘09.

//Don’t ask why I put “Araura Enua”, I have to put something up there right?! lol.//


Anywho; this is just a fresh start for the ‘late-new year’… hahaha.
So it’s a Cook Island song which was danced by my cousins… It includes
a drum intro but I thought since it wasn’t mine or her mix, I shouldn’t
include it. Well if you guys like it, like it. If you hate it, at least
I got you to care about it right… dryy. So yeah, this is my first
video of 2010 and honestly it might be the only one for the next 2
months… but I’ll try.

Oh yeah, some people are stealing my
videos A.K.A. copying them and uploading it themselves… If it
continues I don’t think I can make more videos because I already have
the original recording companies on my back so I don’t need more
hassels… and if you really love a song and want it, just give me a
buzz I will send it to you — but at a high cost which is… subscribe
to my channel and promote the songs either through Facebook, Twitter,
MySpace or Bebo (Which is becoming more and more extinct… Honestly,
shut it down already.)

PEACE Y’all//Dangerislander
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http://www.cookislandsnews.com/

China woos Pacific nations

Cook Islands government treads careful line in supporting both New Zealand and China contributions to the Pacific.

Feverish work to curb dengue

The numbers of dengue cases have topped 300,
but may now be beginning to drop off after intensive community clean-up
and spraying efforts.

Clubs allowed to reopen, but challenge six o’clock swill

Clubs have been given the green light to open their doors and begin serving alcohol again today – but only until 6pm.

Government is challenged to pay training fees

Hopes for government support to pay fees to upskill workers.





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Commentary And Majhimnkaye Akusal - Kusala Dhamma

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https://www.buddhistdoor.net/features/kusala-and-akusala

Kusala and Akusala
By Buddhistdoor
Buddhistdoor Global | 2008-11-01 |


For Buddhists, the practice of moral life is a graduated course. It
involves self-transformation from a lower to higher level. Moral
teachings in Buddhism are not commandments but rather as guidelines for
moral actions. The Buddha says, “You yourselves ought to do what ought
to be done.” Morally good or bad actions are neither rewarded nor
punished – they have their own consequences according to the principle
of moral causation. The Samyutta Nikaya says, As you sow the seed so
shall you reap the fruit.

In this regard, it is of vital
importance to introduce two terms – kusala and akusala. In the Buddhist
dictionary, ‘kusala’ is explained as ‘kammically wholesome’ or
‘profitable’, ‘salutary’, ‘morally good’, ‘skillful’ and
‘blamelessness’. ‘Akusala’ hence refers to the opposite – the
‘unwholesome’, ‘unskillful’, etc.

The question then arises as to
how we should understand what is skillful as kammically or morally
wholesome and what is unskillful as unwholesome.

Six radical roots


In Buddhism, all moral good and moral evil can be traced to six radical
roots. All moral evil spring from the three radical roots of lobha
(greed, covetousness), dosa (hatred, aversion) and moha (ignorance,
delusion, mental confusion). All defilements and all unwholesome mental
dispositions that manifest themselves either mentally, vocally or
physically come into being. On the contrary, all moral good can be
traced to three radical roots of alobha (non-greed, non-covetousness),
adosa (non-hatred, non-aversion) and amoha (non-delusion, absence of
ignorance). In other words, generosity, compassionate love and wisdom.


A mind obsessed with greed, malice and delusion is in bondage. It
fails to see things in their proper pespective, and prevents one from
acting properly. Thus it is called akusla or unskillful.

When
kusala qualities are dominant, we experience mental health (arogya),
mental purity (anavajjata), dexterity (cheka), mental felicity
(sukha-vipaka). Such a mind is healthy and skillful.

It is said
that kusala leads to Nibbana, the ultimate goal in Buddhism for nibbana
means the complete elimination of all traces of self-eccentricity and
ego-centric impulses. The more selfless acts (kusala) are done, the
more selfless we become, and the closer we come to the realization of
nibbana.

Self and others

If the act of selflessness is the goal, then what is the relative position of one’s own good and the good of others?

In the early Buddhist discourses, individuals are classified into four groups, in the following manner :

1. The individual who pursues neither his own (moral) well-being nor others’ (moral) well-being
2. The individual who pursues others’ (moral) well-being but not his own (moral) well-being
3. The individual who pursues his own (moral) well-being but not others’ (moral) well-being
4. The individual who pursues his own (moral) well-being as well as others’ (moral) well-being


The four individuals are mentioned here according to an ascending order
of excellence, with the first individual being the most inferior and
the fourth, naturally, as the most superior. One may wonder why the
third individual is considered a better person than the second – with
one pursuing one’s own well-being before that of others.

The
answer to this can be found in the Buddha’s reply to one Cunda, “it is
not possible for one who is stuck in mud to pull out who is (also) stuck
in the mud”. One who is stuck in the mud of moral depravity is not in a
position to save another in the same predicament. As exemplified in
the life of the Buddha himself, it is after realizing his own moral
perfection that the Buddha began his mission for the moral uplift of
others.

In deeming the fourth person the most superior, the
Buddha is affirming that equal priority should be given to both. In
short, whatever that is kusala is beneficial to oneself and others – in
thoughts as in deeds.

Hence we must be mindful at all times for
kusala and akusala thoughts and actions take us to opposite
directions. We are the architects of our own fate. We are our own
creators and destroyers. We build our own heavens and hells.

Micronesia

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TE VAKA - TAMAHANA

Te Vaka
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Tamahana is the theme song to the movie “The Legend of Johny Lingo”.
it is on the 4th Te Vaka album - “Tutuki” .This is the original clip
filmed in 2004. Other versions have pieces of the movie added.

Here are the lyrics….

Tamahana

I have always loved you
I hope to for a life time
the promise made
by this heart of mine
hold the line
you know one day I will come
I will come for you

you dont know what its like
for all your hopes to rise
to see them fall again
with the setting sun
in my heart youre the one
I know one day you will come
you will come for me

I will comfort you
well grow old forever
together in love
to settle in the calm
following loves frown
its just you and I
never let you down
I will never let you down

Tamahana
E he galo koe i toku loto (You will never leave my heart)
Tamahana
just you and I
for a life time

I will always love you
and not for just this lifetime
the promise made
by this heart of mine

youre the one
I knew one day you would come
you would come for me

Tamahana
E he galo koe i toku loto
Tamahana
just you and I
for all time
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Kuutadanta Sutta dana


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The Long Discourses: Sutta 5 - Kutadanta Sutta: Kutadanta & The Bloodless Sacrifice

Dr. Garbis Bartanian, LMFT
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In these series of Sutta recitations in English, this time, presenting
the vastly rich Long Discourses/Sayings (DN - Digha Nikāya) of the
Buddha, I used several sources in my attempt to present a more complete
version of each of the suttas. Therefore, I worked to include sections
of suttas that were omitted from several of the available editions of
the DN, due to their repetitive and “drill-like” formulation that
although may seem tiresome at times, nevertheless they do present as a
crucial method of teaching, which the Buddha applied in his
dissemination of the Dhamma. By including this key element back into the
body of many of the pertinent suttas has been my goal, as I tried my
best to adhere to the earliest versions of the Digha Nikāya. This almost
algorithmic style of repeating statements found in many of these and
other suttas within the Pāli Nikāyas, help the meditator to penetrate
into the deeper layers of understanding of the world, as one becomes
able to ‘see things as they truly come to be’ (yathā bhutaṃ pajānāti),
which is a necessary step in the experiencing of Nibbāna, as explained
by Lord Buddha. This in itself has been a crucial part of the decision
to make these suttas available to both the novice and the advanced
student of Buddhist meditative practice, as these help remove the mental
contaminants and defilements from the mind, according to the earliest
known Teachings available of the Buddha.

Please Note: It is my
wish that after the countless hours of preparing and making these
recordings freely available, you the listener will become encouraged to
obtain the actual hardcopy editions of this and the other Nikāyas, as
made available by the following authors, from their respective
publishers. It is to my teachers and these translators of the Buddha’s
Words, whose works I have consulted throughout this massive project that
I am utterly indebted, given their enormous efforts in making the Words
of The Elders available in the first place.

These are:
Rhys Davids, T.W. & C.A.F. (1899; 1903; 1966), Dialogues of The Buddha. London: Pāli Text Society
Bodhi, B. (1978). The Discourse on the All-Embracing Net of Views: The
Brahmajāla Sutta and its Commentaries, Kandy: Buddhist Publication
Society
Bodhi, B. (1984). The Great Discourse On Causation: The
Mahānidāna Sutta and Its Commentaries. Kandy: Buddhist Publication
Society
Bodhi, B. (1989). The Fruits of Recluseship: The Sāmaññaphala Sutta and its Commentaries, Kandy: Buddhist Publication Society
Ñāṇananda, K. B. (2010). Nibbāna: the mind stilled. Kandy, Sri Lanka: Theravada Tipitaka Press
Walshe, M. (1995). The long discourses of the Buddha: A translation of the Digha Nikāya. Somerville, MA: Wisdom Publications.

About this project:


Over the past 30+ years, in my quest for understanding the Dhamma, i.e.
the Teachings of Lord Buddha, I have dedicated countless hours studying
the suttas found in the Pāli Canon of the Theravada Tradition (Words of
the Elders) as I sat at the feet of many a great teacher, trying to
learn and grasp the meaning behind the words.
In these difficult
times, however, where time itself has become truly constricted in its
abundance, the curious and struggling minds of individuals do not
necessarily have the same luxuries of sitting down and reading the
Nikāyas, let alone exploring their meaning, something that was enjoyed
only a generation or two earlier.
Instead, one becomes hesitant to
even pick up one of the Nikāyas given their massive volume, therefore,
the danger of their inaccessibility (by shying away from reading the
Pāli Nikāyas) looms in the horizon; this, while considering that many
newcomers to the Dhamma are often petrified to tackle the wonderful
exploration that would otherwise be awaiting them in those voluminous
pages.
Thus, as one of my own students expressed of her
apprehension despite her love for the Dhamma, to pick up one these
precious texts, I saw it necessary for posterity to go ahead and
transfer these words onto audio. I realize the amount of work, time and
energy this would take, but the necessity for making the Dhamma
available in an age of scarcity of time where most of our time is spent
driving, sitting long hours in commute, etc., becomes all the more
relevant, if not imperative.
Being a Dhamma Teacher means nothing if
there is no Dhamma available, which means that is available whether
through being read, studied, and in this case, heard and listened to.
To this end, I am dedicating my time and energy to do my small part and
record the precious words of Lord Buddha onto these audio files for
posterity, hoping that listeners would become able to taste them and
realize their fruits (through daily practice), by listening to and
understanding the wonderful gems within the words of Lord Buddha that
have survived the test of time during the last 2600 years.

Mettacittena,
“Candana” (Garbis J. Bartanian, Doctor of Buddhist Ministry (DBMin), LMFT).
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http://buddhasutra.com/files/kutadanta_sutta.htm

Kutadanta Sutta
A Bloodless Sacrifice
For free distribution only, as a gift of Dhamma

Thus Have I Heard:


Once the Lord was traveling through Magadha with a large company of
some five hundred monks, and he arrived at a Brahmin village called
Khanumata. And there he stayed at the Ambalatthika park. [1] Now at
that time the Brahmin Kutadanta was living at Khanumata, a populous
place, full of grass, timber, water and corn, which had been given to
him by King Seniya Bimbisara of Magadha as a royal gift and with royal
powers.

And Kutadanta planned a great sacrifice : seven hundred
bulls, seven hundred bullocks, seven hundred heifers, seven hundred
he-goats and seven hundred rams were all tied up to the sacrificial
posts. [2]

And the Brahmins and householders of Khanumata heard
say: “The ascetic Gotama…is staying at Ambalatthika.” And concerning
that Blessed Lord Gotama a good report has been spread about: “This
Blessed Lord is an Arahant, a fully-enlightened Buddha, perfected in
knowledge and conduct, a Well-Farer, Knower of the worlds, unequalled
Trainer of men to be tamed, Teacher of Gods and humans, a Buddha, a
Blessed Lord.” He proclaims this world with its Gods, Maras and
Brahmas, the world of ascetics and Brahmins with its princes and people,
having come to know it by his own knowledge. He teaches a Dhamma that
is lovely in its beginning, lovely in its middle and lovely in its
ending, in the spirit and in the letter, and he displays the
fully-perfected, thoroughly purified holy life. And indeed it is good
to such Arahants.” And at that the Brahmins and householders, leaving
Khanumata in great numbers, went to Ambalatthika.

Just then,
Kutadanta had gone up to his verandah for his midday rest. Seeing all
the Brahmins and householders making for Ambalatthika, he asked his
steward the reason. The steward replied: “Sir, it is the ascetic
Gotama, concerning whom a good report has been spread about: “This
Blessed Lord is an Arahant…a Buddha, a Blessed Lord.” That is why they
are going to see him.

Then Kutadanta thought: “I have heard that
the ascetic Gotama understands how to conduct successfully the triple
sacrifice with its sixteen requisites. Now I do not understand all
this, but I want to make a big sacrifice. Suppose, I were to go to the
ascetic Gotama and ask him about the matter.” So he sent his steward to
the Brahmins and householders of Khanumata to ask them to wait for him.


And at that time several hundred Brahmins were staying at Khanumata
intending to take part in Kutadanta’s sacrifice. Hearing of his
intention to visit the ascetic Gotama, they went and asked him if this
were true. “So it is, gentlemen, I am going to visit the ascetic
Gotama.”

“Sir, do not visit the ascetic Gotama …” (exactly the
same arguments as at Digha Nikáya 4 verse 5) … it is not fitting that
you should do so! If the Reverend Sonadanda goes to visit the ascetic
Gotama, his reputation will decrease, and that of the ascetic Gotama
will increase. This being so, it is not right that the Reverend
Sonandanda should visit the ascetic Gotama, but rather the ascetic
Gotama should visit him.”

“The Reverend Sonadanda is well-born on
both the mother’s and the father’s side, of pure descent to the seventh
generation, unbroken, of irreproachable birth, and therefore he should
not call on the ascetic Gotama, but rather the ascetic Gotama should
call on him. The Reverend Sonadanda is possessed of great wealth and
resources…The Reverend Sonadanda is a scholar, versed in the mantras,
accomplished in the Three Vedas, a skilled expounder of the rules and
rituals, the lore of sounds and meanings and, fifthly, oral tradition -
an expounder, fully versed in natural philosophy and the marks of a
Great Man. The Reverend Sonadanda is handsome, good-looking, pleasing,
of the most beautiful complexion, in form and countenance like Brahma,
of no mean appearance. He is virtuous, of increasing virtue, endowed
with increasing virtue. He is well-spoken, of pleasing address, polite,
of pure and clear enunciation, speaking to the point. He is the
teacher’s teacher of many, teaching the mantras to three hundred youths,
and many young men come from different districts and regions seeking to
learn the mantras in his presence, desirous to learn them from him. He
is aged, grown old, venerable, advanced in years, long past his youth,
whereas the ascetic Gotama is youthful and newly gone forth as a
wanderer. The Reverend Sonadanda is esteemed, made much of, honored,
revered, worshipped by King Seniya Bimbisara and by the Brahmin
Pokkharasati. He lives at Campa, a populous place, full of grass,
timber, water and corn, which has been given to him by King Seniya
Bimbisara of Magadha as a royal gift, and with royal powers.

This
being so, it is not proper that the Reverend Kutadanta should visit the
ascetic Gotama, but rather the ascetic Gotama should visit him.”


Then Kutadanta said to the Brahmins : “Now listen, gentlemen, as to
why it is fitting for us to visit the Reverend Gotama, and why it is not
fitting for him to visit us…” (exactly the same as Digha Nikáya 4 verse
6)…The ascetic Gotama is well-born on both sides of pure descent to the
seventh generation, unbroken, of irreproachable birth …(as Digha
Nikáya 4 verse 5). Therefore it is fitting for us to visit him. He
went forth, leaving a great body of kinsmen. In fact he gave up much
gold and wealth to go forth, both hidden away and openly displayed. The
ascetic Gotama, while youthful, a black-haired youth, in the prime of
his young days, in the first stage of life went forth from the household
life into homelessness. Leaving his grieving parents weeping with
tear-stained faces, having cut off his hair and beard and put on yellow
robes, he went forth into homelessness. He is handsome …
virtuous…well-spoken…the teacher’s teacher of many. He has abandoned
sensuality and dispelled vanity. He teaches action and the results of
action, honoring the blameless Brahmin way of life. He is a wanderer of
high birth, of a leading Khattiya family. He is a wanderer from a
wealthy family, of great wealth and possessions. People come to consult
him from foreign kingdoms and foreign lands. Many thousands of Devas
have taken refuge with him.

This good report has been spread
about him : “This Blessed Lord is an Arahant, a fully-enlightened
Buddha, perfected in knowledge and conduct…”He bears the thirty-two
marks of a Great Man. He is welcoming, kindly of speech, courteous,
genial, clear and ready of speech. He is attended by four assemblies,
revered, honored, esteemed and worshipped by them. Many Devas and
humans are devoted to him. Whenever he stays in any town or village,
that place is not troubled by non-human beings. He has a crowd, a
multitude of followers, is a teacher of many, he is consulted by the
chief of the various leaders of sects. It is not the way with the
ascetic Gotama’s reputation, as it is with that of some ascetics and
Brahmins, about whom this or that is reported - the ascetic Gotama’s
fame is based on his achievement of unsurpassed wisdom and conduct.
Indeed King Seniya Bimbisara of Magadha has gone for refuge to him
together with his son, his wife, his followers and his ministers. So
have King Pasenadi of Kosala and the Brahmin Pokkharasati. He is
revered, honored, esteemed and worshipped by them.

The ascetic
Gotama has arrived in Campa and is staying by Gaggara’s lotus-pond. And
whatever ascetics and Brahmins come to our territory are our guests.
And we should revere, honor, esteem and worship guests. Having come to
Gaggara’s lotus-pond, the ascetic Gotama is such a guest, and should be
treated as such. Therefore it is not proper that he should come to us,
but rather we should go to him. However much I might praise the ascetic
Gotama, that praise is insufficient, he is beyond all praise.”


The ascetic Gotama has arrived in Khanumata and is staying at
Ambalatthika. And whatever ascetics or Brahmins come to our territory
are our guests …He is beyond all praise.”

On hearing this, the
Brahmins said: “Sir, since you praise the ascetic Gotama so much, then
even if he were to live a hundred yojanas from here, it would be fitting
for a believing clansman to go with a shoulder-bag to visit him. And,
sir, we shall all go to visit the ascetic Gotama.” And so Kutadanta
went with a large company of Brahmins to Ambalatthika. He approached
the Lord, exchanged courtesies with him, and sat down to one side. Some
of the Brahmins and householders of Khanumata made obeisance to the
Lord, some exchanged courtesies with him, some saluted him with joined
palms, some announced their names and clan, and some sat down to one
side in silence.

Sitting to one side, Kutadanta addressed the
Lord: “Reverend Gotama, I have heard that you understand how to
conduct successfully the triple sacrifice with its sixteen requisites.
Now I do not understand all this, but I want to make a big sacrifice.
It would be well if the ascetic Gotama were to explain this to me.”
“Then listen, Brahmin, pay proper attention, and I will explain. “Yes,
Sir,” said Kutadanta, and the Lord said:

“Brahmin, once upon a
time there was a king called Mahavijita. [3] He was rich, of great
wealth and resources, with an abundance of gold and silver, of
possessions and requisites, of money and money’s worth, with a full
treasury and granary. And when King Mahavijita was musing in private,
the thought came to him : “I have acquired extensive wealth in human
terms, I occupy a wide extent of land which I have conquered. Suppose
now I were to make a great sacrifice which would be to my benefit and
happiness for a long time?” And calling his minister-chaplain, [4] he
told him his thought: “I want to make a big sacrifice. Instruct me,
Reverend Sir, how this may be to my lasting benefit and happiness.”


The chaplain replied: “Your Majesty’s country is beset by thieves, it
is ravaged, villages and towns are being destroyed, the countryside is
infested with brigands. If your Majesty were to tax this region, that
would be the wrong thing to do. Suppose Your Majesty were to think: “I
will get rid of this plague of robbers by executions and imprisonment,
or by confiscation, threats and banishment, the plague would not be
properly ended. Those who survived would later harm Your Majesty’s
realm. However, with this plan you can completely eliminate the plague.
To those in the kingdom who are engaged in cultivating crops and
raising cattle, let Your Majesty distribute grain and fodder; to those
in trade, give capital; to those in government service assign proper
living wages. Then those people, being intent on their occupations,
will not harm the kingdom. Your Majesty’s revenues will be great, the
land will be tranquil and not beset by thieves, and the people, with joy
in their hearts, will play with their children, and will dwell in open
houses.”

And saying: “So be it!” the king accepted the
chaplain’s advice: he gave grain and fodder, capital to those in
trade…proper living wages…and the people with joy in their hearts…dwelt
in open houses.

Then King Mahavijita sent for the chaplain and
said: “I have got rid of the plague of robbers; following your plan my
revenue has grown, the land is tranquil and not beset by thieves, and
the people with joy in their hearts play with their children, and dwell
in open houses. Now I wish to make a great sacrifice. Instruct me as
to how this may be done to my lasting benefit and happiness.” “For
this, Sir, you should send for your Khattiyas from town and country,
your advisers and counselors, the most influential Brahmins and the
wealthy householders of your realm, and say to them: “I wish to make a
great sacrifice. Assist me in this, gentlemen, that it may be to my
lasting benefit and happiness.”

The King agreed, and did so.
“Sir, let the sacrifice begin, now is the time, Your Majesty. These
four assenting groups [5] will be the accessories for the sacrifice.


“King Mahavijita is endowed with eight things. He is well-born on
both sides…(as Digha Nikáya 4 verse 5) of irreproachable birth. He is
handsome…of no mean appearance. He is rich … with a full treasury and
granary. He is powerful, having a four-branched army 6 that is loyal,
dependable, making bright his reputation among his enemies. He is a
faithful giver and host, not shutting his door against ascetics,
Brahmins and wayfarers, beggars and the needy - a fountain of goodness.
He is very learned in what should be learnt. He knows the meaning of
whatever is said, saying : “This is what that means.” He is a scholar,
accomplished, wise, competent to perceive advantage in the past, the
future or the present. 7 King Mahavijita is endowed with these eight
things. These constitute the accessories for the sacrifice.

“The
Brahmin chaplain is endowed with four things. He is well born … He is
a scholar, versed in the mantras … He is virtuous, of increasing
virtue, endowed with increasing virtue. He is learned, accomplished and
wise, and is the first or second to hold the sacrificial ladle. He has
these four qualities. These constitute the accessories to the
sacrifice.”

Then, prior to the sacrifice, the Brahmin chaplain
taught the King the three modes. “It might be that Your Majesty might
have some regrets about the intended sacrifice: “I am going to lose a
lot of wealth,” or during the sacrifice: “I am losing a lot of
wealth,” or after the sacrifice: “I have lost a lot of wealth.” In
such cases, Your Majesty should not entertain such regrets.”


Then, prior to the sacrifice, the chaplain dispelled the King’s qualms
with ten conditions for the recipient: “Sir, there will come to the
sacrifice those who take life and those who abstain from taking life.
To those who take life, so will it be to them; but those who abstain
from taking life will have a successful sacrifice and will rejoice in
it, and their hearts may be calmed within. There will come those who
take what is not given and those who refrain…those who indulge in sexual
misconduct and those who refrain…those who tell lies…indulge in
calumny, harsh and frivolous speech…those who are covetous and those who
are not, those who harbor ill-will and those who do not, those who have
wrong views and those who have right views. To those who have wrong
views it will turn out accordingly, but those who have right views will
have a successful sacrifice and will rejoice in it, and their hearts may
be calmed within.” So the chaplain dispelled the King’s doubts with
ten conditions.

So the chaplain instructed the King who was
making the great sacrifice with sixteen reasons, urged him, inspired him
and gladdened his heart. Someone might say: “King Mahavijita is
making a great sacrifice, but he has not invited his Khattiyas…his
advisers and counselors, the most influential Brahmins and wealthy
householders …” But such words would not be in accordance with the
truth, since the King has invited them. Thus the King may know that he
will have a successful sacrifice and rejoice in it, and his heart will
be calmed within. Or someone might say: “King Mahavijita is making a
great sacrifice, but he is not well-born on both sides…” But such
words would not be in accordance with the truth…Or someone might say:
“His chaplain is not well-born…” But such words would not be in
accordance with the truth. Thus the chaplain instructed the King with
sixteen reasons…

“In this sacrifice, Brahmin, no bulls were
slain, no goats or sheep, no cocks and pigs, nor were various living
beings subjected to slaughter, nor were trees cut down for sacrificial
posts, nor were grasses mown for the sacrificial grass, and those who
are called slaves or servants or workmen did not perform their tasks for
fear of blows or threats, weeping and in tears. But those who wanted
to do something did it, those who did not wish to did not : they did
what they wanted to do, and not what they did not want to do. The
sacrifice was carried out with ghee, oil, butter, curds, honey and
molasses.”

“Then, Brahmin, the Khattiyas…the ministers and
counselors, the influential Brahmins, the wealthy householders of town
and country, having received a sufficient income, came to King
Mahavijita and said: “We have brought sufficient wealth, Your Majesty,
please accept it.” “But gentlemen, I have collected together sufficient
wealth. Whatever is left over, you take away.”

At the King’s
refusal, they went away to one side and consulted together. “It is not
right for us to take this wealth back to our own homes. The King is
making a great sacrifice. Let us follow his example.”

Then the
Khattiyas put their gifts to the east of the sacrificial pit, the
advisers and counselors set out theirs to the south, the Brahmins to the
west and the wealthy householders to the north. And in this sacrifice
no bulls were slain… nor were living beings subjected to slaughter…Those
who wanted to do something did it, those who did not wish to did
not…The sacrifice was carried out with ghee, oil, butter, curds, honey
and molasses. Thus there were the four assenting groups, and King
Mahavijita was endowed with eight things, and the chaplain with four
things in three modes. This, Brahmin, is called the sixteen-fold
successful sacrifice in three modes.

At this the Brahmins shouted
loudly and noisily : “What a splendid sacrifice! What a splendid way
to perform a sacrifice!” But Kutadanta sat in silence. And the
Brahmins asked him why he did not applaud the ascetic Gotama’s fine
words. He replied: “It is not that I do not applaud them. My head
would split open if I did not.[8] But it strikes me that the ascetic
Gotama does not say : “I have heard this,” or “It must have been like
this,” but he says: “It was like this or like that at the time.” And
so, gentlemen, it seems to me that the ascetic Gotama must have been at
that time either King Mahavijita, the lord of the sacrifice, or else the
Brahmin chaplain who conducted the sacrifice for him. Does the
Reverend Gotama acknowledge that he performed, or caused to be
performed, such a sacrifice, and that in consequence at death, after the
breaking-up of the body, he was reborn in a good sphere, a heavenly
state?” “I do, Brahmin. I was the Brahmin chaplain who conducted that
sacrifice.”

“And, Reverend Gotama, is there any other sacrifice
that is simpler, less difficult, more fruitful and profitable than this
three-fold sacrifice with its sixteen attributes?” “There is,
Brahmin.”

“What is it, Reverend Gotama?” “Whenever regular
family gifts are given to virtuous ascetics, these constitute a
sacrifice more fruitful and profitable than that.”

“Why, Reverend Gotama, and for what reason is this better?”


“Brahmin, no Arahants or those who have attained the Arahant path will
attend such a sacrifice. Why? Because there they see beatings and
throttlings, so they do not attend. But they will attend the sacrifice
at which regular family gifts are given to virtuous ascetics, because
there are no beatings or throttlings. That is why this kind of
sacrifice is more fruitful and profitable.”

“But, Reverend Gotama, is there any other sacrifice that is more profitable than either of these?” “There is, Brahmin.”


“What is it, Reverend Gotama?” “Brahmin, if anyone provides shelter
for the Sangha coming from the four quarters, that constitutes a more
profitable sacrifice.”

“But, Reverend Gotama, is there any sacrifice that is more profitable than these three?”
“There is, Brahmin.”


“What is it, Reverend Gotama?” “Brahmin, if anyone with a pure heart
goes for refuge to the Buddha, the Dhamma and the Sangha, that
constitutes a sacrifice more profitable than any of these three.”

“But, Reverend Gotama, is there any sacrifice that is more profitable than these four?”
“There is, Brahmin.”


“What is it, Reverend Gotama?” “Brahmin, if anyone with a pure heart
undertakes the precepts - to refrain from taking life, from taking what
is not given, from sexual immorality, from lying speech and from taking
strong drink and sloth-producing drugs - that constitutes a sacrifice
more profitable than any of these four.”

“But, Reverend Gotama, is there any sacrifice that is more profitable than these five?”
“There is, Brahmin.”


“What is it, Reverend Gotama?” “Brahmin, a Tathágata arises in this
world, an Arahant, a fully-enlightened Buddha, endowed with wisdom and
conduct, Well-Farer, Knower of the worlds, incomparable Trainer of men
to be tamed, Teacher of Gods and humans, enlightened and blessed. He,
having realized it by his own super-knowledge, proclaims this world with
its Devas, Maras and Brahmas, its princes and people. He preaches the
Dhamma which is lovely in its beginning, lovely in its middle, lovely in
its ending, in the spirit and in the letter, and displays the
fully-perfected and purified holy life. A disciple goes forth and
practices the moralities, etc (Digha Nikáya 2 verses 41-74). Thus a
monk is perfected in morality. He attains the four jhanas (Digha
Nikáya 2 verses 75-82). That, Brahmin, is a sacrifice… more profitable.
He attains various insights (Digha Nikáya verses 83-95), and the
cessation of the corruptions (Digha Nikáya 2 verse 97). He knows:
“There is nothing further in this world. That Brahmin, is a sacrifice
that is simpler, less difficult, more fruitful and more profitable than
all the others. And beyond this there is no sacrifice that is greater
and more perfect.”

“Excellent, Reverend Gotama, excellent! It is
as if someone were to set up what had been knocked down, or to point
out the way to one who had got lost, or to bring an oil-lamp into a dark
place, so that those with eyes could see what was there. Just so the
Reverend Gotama has expounded the Dhamma in various ways, may the
Reverend Gotama accept me as a lay-follower from this day forth as long
as life shall last! And, Reverend Gotama, I set free the seven hundred
bulls, seven hundred bullocks, seven hundred heifers, seven hundred
he-goats and seven hundred rams. I grant them life, let them be fed
with green grass and given cool water to drink, and let cool breezes
play upon them.”

Then the Lord delivered a graduated discourse to
Kutadanta, on generosity, on morality and on heaven, showing the
danger, degradation and corruption of sense-desires, and the profit of
renunciation. And when the Lord knew that Kutadanta’s mind was ready,
pliable, free from the hindrances, joyful and calm, then he preached a
sermon on Dhamma in brief : on suffering, its origin, its cessation, and
the path. And just as a clean cloth from which all stains have been
removed receives the dye perfectly, so in the Brahmin Kutadanta, as he
sat there, there arose the pure and spotless Dhamma-eye and he knew:
“Whatever things have an origin must come to cessation.”

Then
Kutadanta, having seen, attained, experienced and penetrated the Dhamma,
having passed beyond doubt, transcended uncertainty, having gained
perfect confidence in the Teacher’s doctrine without relying on others,
said: “May the Reverend Gotama and his order of monks accept a meal
from me tomorrow!”

The Lord assented by silence. Then Kutadanta,
seeing his consent, rose, saluted the Lord, passed by to his right and
departed. As day was breaking, he caused hard and soft food to be
prepared at his place of sacrifice, and when it was ready he announced:
“Reverend Gotama, it is time; the meal is ready.”

And the Lord,
having risen early, went with robe and bowl and attended by his monks to
Kutadanta’ place of sacrifice and sat down on the prepared seat. And
Kutadanta served the Buddha and his monks with the finest foods with his
own hands until they were satisfied. And when the Lord had eaten and
taken his hand away from the bowl, Kutadanta took a low stool and sat
down to one side.

Then the Lord, having instructed Kutadanta with
a talk on Dhamma, inspired him, fired him with enthusiasm and delighted
him, rose from his seat and departed. [9]


Footnotes:

[1] Not the same place as that mentioned in Digha Nikáya 1 but one similar to it [DA].


[2] His name means “Sharp-tooth,” and RD is almost certainly right in
considering this an invented story. Apart from anything else, no
Brahmin would have consulted the Buddha, of all people, about how to
perform a sacrifice which was supposed to be their specialty. But at SN
3.1.9 we have the presumably historical story of how King Pasenadi of
Kosala planned a great sacrifice [though of only 500, not 700 bulls,
etc], with the Buddha’s versified comments. From the commentary, though
not the text, we hear that the King finally desisted from his
intention. Perhaps the Buddha told the King this story on that occasion
and the incident was later tactfully transferred from the King of
Kosala to an imaginary Brahmin “with royal powers” living in the
neighboring kingdom of Magadha.

[3] “Lord Broadacres.”

[4] Purohitam. The king’s head-priest [Brahmanic], or domestic chaplain, acting at the same time as a sort of Prime Minister.

[5] The Khattiyas, counselors, Brahmins and householders.

[6] Elephants, cavalry, chariots and infantry.


[7] By knowing the workings of kamma : good fortune now is due to past
kamma, and good deeds performed now will have similar results in the
future.

[8] A curious threat that never comes to anything, and is of course pre-Buddhist.


[9] In his important book Five Stages of Greek Religion [London, Watts
and Co., 1935, p. 38] Gilbert Murray has a fine passage in praise of
the Greek spirit. He writes : When really frightened the oracle
generally fell back on some remedy full of pain and blood. The
medieval plan of burning heretics alive had not yet been invented. But
the history of uncivilized man, if it were written, would provide a vast
list of victims, all of them innocent, who died or suffered to expiate
some portent or monstrum…with which they had nothing whatever to do…The
sins of the modern world in dealing with heretics and witches have
perhaps been more gigantic than those of primitive men, but one can
hardly rise from the record of these ancient observances without being
haunted by the judgment of the Roman poet : “Tantum religio potuit
saudere malorum” [”To so many evils was religion able to persuade men”],
and feeling with him that the lightening of this cloud, the taming of
this blind dragon, must rank among the very greatest services that
Hellenism wrought for mankind.

Murray seems only to think of
human victims, and to be totally oblivious to the fact that Buddhism
had, a century before Socrates, been much more radical in its abolition
of cruelty to humans and animals, and with more lasting results, at
least as far as India and neighboring countries were concerned.

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Priyavacana (प्रियवचन, “kindly speech”) refers to one of the “four
bases of sympathy” (catursaṃgrahavastu) as defined in the
Dhamma-saṃgraha (section 19). The Dhamma-samgraha (Dhammasangraha) is an
extensive glossary of Buddhist technical terms in Sanskrit (eg.,
ṣaṣ-pāramitā and priyavacana). The work is attributed to Nagarjuna who
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    Traditional Marshallese dress for both sexes left the upper body unclothed and covered only the 
 ower
body and the thighs.  Traditionally, men’s dress consisted mats which
would last for about one year in constant use. There are two types of
wear could be distinguished. Lageb’ where one corner of the mat is
pulled between the legs to the front and tucked into the belt. The other
three corners are tucked into the belt at the  back and the sides,
covering the back of the thighs but not their fronts. This type of wear
was used for daily work and fishing but considered inappropriate indoors
in the presence of the chiefs. The other way to wear a mat was kal or tuman,
whereby the mat was worn in a apron- like fashion, wound around the
body, chiefs on festive occasions would wear a grass skirt covered by a
mat hanging over at the front. For women, traditionally, adult women
wore two wore mats, one covering the front and the second one put on the
back with both sides coming around to the front, partially over the
front mat. The mat were held in a place by a belt ( kangurngur )which
could be as long as fifty meters. Both mats of a pair were commonly made
with the same motif pattern. Chiefly women would wear a third mat to
protect the good clothing mats, especially when sitting on the ground. 
     In tradition times a woman’s dress changed the moment she 
became
( visibly ) pregnant, she began wearing different mats and thereby
signaled the new standing in society. Young girls wore a small mat
around their lower body area. The men’s type of mat  wear, lageb, was
used by girls only during erotic ceremonial dances. 

    


Marshall Islands Traditional Dance Known as the ” Jobwa Stick Dance. ”  

   
The Jobwa Stick Dance is only for the chiefs and can only be performed
with the  permission of the high chief. The dance is for when high
chiefs build and launched their canoes or build their house. The stick
used on the dance are iron wood, the same as Marshallese spears.


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LESSON 3354 Sat 16 May 2020 Discovery of Awakened One with Awareness Universe(DAOAU) World Population 7,784,793,192 Current World Population - COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic Recovered: 1,761,082 10 countries that are not affected by the COVID-19 virus yet. Comoros, North Korea, The Federated States of Micronesia, Kiribati, Nauru, Samoa, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Tuvalu, Vanuatu Are all well, happy and secure! They are calm, quiet, alert and attentive with their wisdom, having an equanimity mind not reacting to good and bad thoughts with a clear understanding that everything is changing! including all the Presidents, Prime Ministers, Parlmentarians, Legislators,Ministers, MPs, MLAs, Political ruling and opposition Party members, Chief Justices, Judges, Chief Election Commission members Media persons who were not affected by COVID-19 not wearing face masks but still alive and who are more deadliest than COVID-19 Last updated: May 16, 2020, 07:35 GMT 7,784,793,192Current World Population 52,406,183Births this year 209,731Births today 22,001,371Deaths this year 88,050Deaths today while World 22,001,371Deaths this year COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic Recovered:1,761,082 Coronavirus Cases:4,629,885 Deaths 308,677 Awakened One with Awareness perspective of good governance- Democratic governance Shadow man on COVID-19, US story Major Cause of Death in COVID-19 is Thrombosis, Not Pneumonia The CDC says they don’t recommend people wear masks to prevent transmitting the virus if you do not have symptoms. Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta Dasa raja dhammaAgathidhammasdasa kusala.Kuutadanta Suttadana priyavacana artha cariya samanatmataSamyutta Nikayaarya” or “ariyasammutideva Agganna Sutta Majjima Nikaya arya” or “ariya sammutideva Digha Nikaya Maha Sudassana Dittadhammikatthasamvattanika-dhamma Canon Sutta Pali Canon and Suttapitaka Iddhipada Lokiyadhamma and Lokuttaradhamma Brahmavihàra Sangahavatthu Nathakaranadhamma Saraniyadhamma Adhipateyya Dithadhammikattha dukkha anicca anatta Samsara Cakkamatti Sihananda Sutta, Kutadanta Sutta Chandagati Dosagati Mohagati Bhayagati Yoniso manasikara BrahmavihàraSangahavatthu Nathakaranadhamma SaraniyadhammaAdhipateyya Dithadhammikattha Mara Law of Kamma Vasettha Sutta in Majjhima Nikaya Ambattha Sutta in Digha Nikaya Assamedha Sassamedha Naramedha Purisamedha Sammapasa Vajapeyya Niraggala Sila Samadhi Panna Samma-sankappa Sigalovada Sutta Brahmajala Sutta Digha Nikaya (Mahaparinibbana-sutta dhammamahamatras Lord Awakened One with Awareness said (in Pali), ‘Na jacca vasalo hoti na jacca hoti brahmano. Kammuna vasalo hoti kammuna hoti brahmano.’ (Not by his birth man is an outcaste or a Brahman; Only by his own Kamma man becomes an outcaste or a Brahman.) Lord Awakened One with Araeness said, ‘Be hurry, O Bhikkhus, to paddle your boat till it shall reach the other side of the river bank.’ Awakened One with awareness said ‘Suddhi asuddhi paccattam nanno nannam visodhaye’ (purity and impurity is the matter of an individual; one can, by no means, purify another). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comoros Comoros Country that are not affected by the COVID-19 virus
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LESSON 3354 Sat 16 May 2020
Discovery of Awakened One with Awareness Universe(DAOAU)

World Population
7,784,793,192 Current World Population -
COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic Recovered: 1,761,082

10 countries that are not affected by the COVID-19 virus yet.

  • Comoros,
  • North Korea, 
  • Yemen,
  • The Federated States of Micronesia,
  • Kiribati,
  • Solomon Islands,
  • the Cook Islands,
  • Micronesia, Tonga,
  • the Marshall Islands Palau,
  • American Samoa, 
  • South Georgia
  •  South Sandwich Islands.
  • Saint Helena.

    Countries and territories without any cases of COVID-19

    Europe

    Aland Islands
    Svalbard

  • Jan Mayen Islands

  • Latin America

    Africa

    British Indian Ocean Territory

    French Southern Territories
    Lesotho

  • Oceania


  • Christmas Island
    Cocos (Keeling) Islands

    Heard Island

  • McDonald Islands

    Niue
    Norfolk Island
    Pitcairn
    Solomon Islands
    Tokelau
    United States Minor Outlying Islands
    Wallis and Futuna Islands

  • Tajikistan,
  • Turkmenistan,
  • Tuvalu,
  • Vanuatu

Are all well, happy and secure!
They are calm, quiet, alert and attentive with their wisdom,
having an equanimity mind not reacting to good and bad thoughts
with a clear understanding that everything is changing!

including
all the Presidents, Prime Ministers, Parlmentarians, Legislators,Ministers, MPs, MLAs, Political
ruling and opposition Party members, Chief Justices, Judges, Chief
Election Commission members Media persons who were not affected by
COVID-19 not wearing face masks but still alive  and who are more deadliest than COVID-19



Last updated: May 16, 2020, 07:35 GMT



52,406,183Births this year
209,731Births today

22,001,371Deaths this year

88,050Deaths today
while World 22,001,371Deaths this year COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic Recovered:1,761,082
Coronavirus Cases:4,629,885 Deaths 308,677



Awakened One with Awareness perspective of good governance-
Democratic governance
Shadow man on COVID-19, US story
Major Cause of Death in COVID-19 is Thrombosis, Not Pneumonia
The CDC says they don’t recommend people wear masks to prevent transmitting the virus if you do not have symptoms.

Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta
Dasa raja dhammaAgathidhammasdasa kusala.Kuutadanta Suttadana
priyavacana
 artha cariya
 samanatmataSamyutta Nikayaarya” or “ariyasammutideva
Agganna Sutta
Majjima Nikaya
arya” or “ariya
sammutideva
Digha Nikaya
Maha Sudassana
Dittadhammikatthasamvattanika-dhamma
Canon Sutta
Pali Canon and Suttapitaka
Iddhipada
Lokiyadhamma and Lokuttaradhamma
Brahmavihàra
Sangahavatthu
Nathakaranadhamma
Saraniyadhamma
Adhipateyya Dithadhammikattha
dukkha
anicca
anatta
Samsara
Cakkamatti Sihananda Sutta,
Kutadanta Sutta
Chandagati
Dosagati
Mohagati
Bhayagati
Yoniso manasikara
BrahmavihàraSangahavatthu
Nathakaranadhamma
SaraniyadhammaAdhipateyya
Dithadhammikattha
Mara
Law of Kamma
Vasettha Sutta in Majjhima Nikaya
Ambattha Sutta in Digha Nikaya

Assamedha

Sassamedha


Naramedha

Purisamedha


Sammapasa

Vajapeyya

Niraggala

Sila

Samadhi

Panna

Samma-sankappa

Sigalovada Sutta

Brahmajala Sutta

Digha Nikaya (Mahaparinibbana-sutta
dhammamahamatras

Lord Awakened One with Awareness said (in Pali),

‘Na jacca vasalo hoti na jacca hoti brahmano.
Kammuna vasalo hoti
kammuna hoti brahmano.’
(Not by his birth man is an outcaste or a Brahman;
Only by his own Kamma man becomes an outcaste
or a Brahman.)

Lord Awakened One with Araeness said,

Be hurry, O Bhikkhus, to paddle your boat till it shall reach the other side of the river bank.’

Awakened One with awareness said
Suddhi asuddhi paccattam nanno nannam visodhaye’ (purity and impurity is the matter of an individual; one can, by no means, purify
another).


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North Korea hasn’t reported any COVID-19 cases

One of the world’s poorest countries has, according to its public statements, managed to avoid the virus


Pyongyang has either been very lucky, isn’t saying something or is
reaping one of the few benefits of being a so-called “hermit nation.”


North Korea has closed its borders to all foreign tourists, most of
whom are Chinese, as a precautionary measure, according to one travel
agency that runs tours inside the country. Pyongyang did the same during
the Ebola outbreak of 2014.


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There are still a few remote corners where the virus has not infected any person.

One such place is the Palau island, nestled in the northern Pacific. It
has a population of 18,000, but has still not reported a single
Covid-19 positive case

A dot in
the ocean hundreds of kilometres from its nearest neighbours, Palau is
surrounded by the vast Pacific, which has acted as a buffer against the
virus.

The strict travel restrictions have also helped in keeping
infections at bay for a number of nations in the region including
Tonga, the Solomon Islands, the Marshall Islands and Micronesia.



The residents of these remote places are, however, preparing themselves in the wake of the global outbreak of coronavirus.

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[10th May] (WPRO, SEARO) Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic timeline

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[10th May] Coronavirus disease (COVID19) #pandemic
in Western Pacific Region & South-East Asian Region
Timeline start from 25th February
Novel #Coronavirus

cases have exceeded 3.92m worldwide. Check out this racing bar chart to see how the #epidemic
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According to reports, small Pacific Island nations have not reported
any coronavirus so far. These island nations benefit from their
remoteness as well as travel restrictions.

According to reports,
small Pacific Island nations have not reported any coronavirus so far.
These island nations benefit from their remoteness as well as travel
restrictions. Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Samoa, Kiribati, Micronesia,
Tonga, the Marshall Islands Palau, Tuvalu, and Nauru are places where there’s no news of Covid-19.


Interestingly, North Korea and Yemen, Turkmenistan and Tajikistan in Asia have not reported any Covid-19 cases.

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Kiribati: COVID-19 ALERT LEVEL 4 announcement

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Mauri. Watch Kiribati language key messages on NZ’s COVID-19 - ALERT LEVEL 4 from the Ministry for Pacific Peoples.


Minister for Pacific Peoples Aupito William Sio, MP for Mangere shares
what “Alert Level 4″ means for us. Charles Enoka translates at 2.37mins.

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https://indianexpress.com/…/explained-south-pacific-island…/


The Solomon Islands, the Cook Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu, the
Marshall Islands, Palau and Nauru have no recorded cases of COVID-19.

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Solomon King Kanform statement on Corona/Covid-19

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The archipelagos in the South Pacific constitute island nations with complex diplomatic statuses.

https://www.npr.org/…/small-far-flung-pacific-islands-are-c…

Small, Far-Flung Pacific Islands Are Combating COVID-19

Tongan Prime Minister Pohiva Tu’i'onetoa said on March 23 that COVID-19 “requires a significant and coordinated response.”
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Covid-19: Tongan community message

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Rev Dr Nasili Vaka’uta gives a message of support to the Tongan community during New Zealand’s Covid-19 lockdown.
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As
many island nations attempt to keep the coronavirus out, they also risk
getting cut off from the outside world their economies depend on.
The Last Places on Earth without COVID-19

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The Last Places on Earth without COVID-19
Most of the places that have not reported a case are small and
hard-to-reach island nations in the Pacific Ocean. They have names like
Nauru, Tuvalu, Pitcairn, Tokelau and Niue. They are also some of the
least-populated places in the world.

American Samoa, Vanuatu,
Micronesia, and Solomon Islands also count themselves among the
coronavirus-free places in the Pacific.

Hard-to-reach islands in the South Atlantic with no reported virus cases include South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands.

The virus started to reach Africa but appeared to spare the islands of Comoros and Saint Helena.

Countries and territories without any cases of COVID-19

Europe

Aland Islands
Svalbard and Jan Mayen Islands

Latin America

South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands

Asia

North Korea
Turkmenistan

Africa

British Indian Ocean Territory
Comoros
French Southern Territories
Lesotho
Saint Helena

Oceania

American Samoa
Christmas Island
Cocos (Keeling) Islands
Cook Islands
Heard Island and McDonald Islands
Kiribati
Marshall Islands
Micronesia (Federated States of)
Nauru
Niue
Norfolk Island
Palau
Pitcairn
Samoa
Solomon Islands
Tokelau
Tonga
Tuvalu
United States Minor Outlying Islands
Vanuatu
Wallis and Futuna Islands


Yemen
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Living ALONE on Yemen’s Remote Socotra Island

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Socotra is hands-down one of the most epic places I’ve been to. On my
recent trip to this Yemeni island with Welcome to Socotra, I spent an
unforgettable 2 weeks camping, hiking, swimming and exploring.


In Socotra, on a remote beach, I met a modern-day Robinson Crusoe. This
man lives alone, isolated from the rest of the world, and I want to
tell you about his life.

Check my Instagram for daily updates on my adventures to not-so-popular tourist destinations:
http://instagram.com/evazubeck


And check the page of Welcome to Socotra: they organize tours to this
paradise island, and I absolutely loved my tour with them:
http://instagram.com/welcometosocotra

Music from Epidemic Sounds

Thank you for following along on my adventures!
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Socotra is hands-down one of the most epic places I’ve been to. On my…

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is hands-down one of the most epic places I’ve been to. On my recent
trip to this Yemeni island with Welcome to Socotra, I spent an
unforgettable 2 w…
The Federated States of Micronesia,

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Connecting the Federated States of Micronesia

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The Federated States of Micronesia (FSM) are a group of more than 600
islands split between four states, dispersed over more than
2,600,000-square kilometers (1,000,000 square miles) of the Pacific
Ocean. With that extraordinary distance, comes significant logistical
challenges. A World Bank project, in partnership with the Government of
FSM, is now helping to reduce that distance through better internet
connectivity.
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Kiribati
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TZ0j6kr4ZJ0
Kiribati: a drowning paradise in the South Pacific | DW Documentary

DW Documentary
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Climate change and rising sea levels mean the island nation of Kiribati
in the South Pacific is at risk of disappearing into the sea.


But the island’s inhabitants aren’t giving up. They are doing what they
can to save their island from inundation. Can COP23 help make a
difference?

UN estimates indicate that Kiribati could disappear
in just 30 or 40 years. That’s because the average elevation is less
than two meters above sea level. And some of the knock-on effects of
climate change have made the situation more difficult. Kiribati can
hardly be surpassed in terms of charm and natural beauty. There are 33
atolls and one reef island – spread out over an area of 3.5 million
square kilometers. All have white, sandy beaches and blue lagoons.
Kiribati is the world’s largest state that consists exclusively of
atolls. A local resident named Kaboua points to the empty, barren land
around him and says, “There used to be a large village here with 70
families.” But these days, this land is only accessible at low tide. At
high tide, it’s all under water. Kaboua says that sea levels are rising
all the time, and swallowing up the land. That’s why many people here
build walls made of stone and driftwood, or sand or rubbish. But these
barriers won’t stand up to the increasing number of storm surges. Others
are trying to protect against coastal erosion by planting mangrove
shrubs or small trees. But another local resident, Vasiti Tebamare,
remains optimistic. She works for KiriCAN, an environmental
organization. Vasiti says: “The industrialized countries — the United
States, China, and Europe — use fossil fuels for their own ends. But
what about us?” Kiribati’s government has even bought land on an island
in Fiji, so it can evacuate its people in an emergency. But Vasiti and
most of the other residents don’t want to leave.
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