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25 -31-3-2021 LESSON 3636 Buddha-Sasana- “The restraint of effluents related to the present life” “The prevention of effluents … to the next life”
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25 -31-3-2021 LESSON 3636 Buddha-Sasana-“The restraint of effluents related to the present life”
“The prevention of effluents … to the next life”



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Buddha-Sasana-“The restraint of effluents related to the present life”“The prevention of effluents … to the next life”
These
two aims, alone among the ten, refer to the results of actual
practicetoward Awakening. Effluents are unwholesome tendencies and
views, thetaints from which the human character is purified on the Path.
The Sanghafunctions in this regard by securing for itself the life most
conducive toupholding Buddhist principles, a life so barren of any
opportunity for personaladvantage that a self can scarcely find root,
except in the mind. Into its steadflow the wisdom and compassion that,
liberated from the tyranny of personalneediness, burst here and there
into various stages of Awakening. In this waythe Sangha, as long as it
follows the discipline scrupulously, producesrelatively effectively
Noble Ones from among its ranks.
Monastics are allowed by their vows to do almost nothing for themselves.
They
are permitted no livelihood, nor trade, and are isolated from
theconventional exchange economy. Their material needs are offered
entirely bythe laity. Monastics are proscribed, except in exceptional
circumstances, fromasking for anything, that is, they do not beg, but
only offer the opportunity togive. On alms rounds they are not to prefer
one house (the wealthy one, or thehome of the French chef) over
another. They are not even allowed to endearthemselves through charm and
wit to families with the intent of garneringbetter or greater
offerings, nor are they allowed to show off any specialpsychic powers
nor talk about attainments to gain in reputation. They can
buildthemselves a dwelling or sew robes for themselves, but if they do
so thesemust be limited in size and quality. They also curtail frivolous
speech, showsand entertainments and self-beautification, they observe
limits on what theycan own or store, and they do not eat after noon. Of
course curtailing sexualactivity is foundational to monasticism,
obviating the most reliable and well-worn route to entanglement in
Samsara.
On the other
hand there are almost no restrictions on what a monastic can dofor
others: on teaching, pastoral care, good works, advice, even physical
labor,as long as it is not compensated. Interestingly, the restrictions
on themonastics’ aid to others for the most part apply to traditional
priestly functions,such as predicting the future, healing or appealing
to the mercy of deities. TheBuddha created an order of renunciates, role
models and teachers, not ofpriests.
Virtually
all of the progress one (lay or monastic) is likely to make on
theBuddhist Path will be directly correlated with what is given up,
physicallyand/or mentally: the physical trappings of life, relations and
obligations likedebt and car ownership, behaviors like partying
flirtatiously or imbibingliberally, needy emotions of lust, greed, envy,
pride, avarice, aversive emotionsof anger, hatred, fear, jealousy,
denial and confusion, the distortion of self-view and having to be
somebody. The Buddhist Path entails a long process ofdisentanglement
strand by strand from soap-operatic existence, ofrenunciation. The power
of the monastic life is in setting high standards ofphysical
renunciation and offering virtually no channel for the
practicalexpression of the afflictive mental factors that refuse to let
go and generallyassault, for a time, even the most dedicated monastic
heart. Within themonastic container, meditation and study quickly
develop ripe and plump fruit.
The
analogous discipline of science develops a different kind of quality in
itspractitioners: talent for research. It implements policies that
provide very highstandards for assessing its quality, for publicizing
results and for allocatingresearch funding and employment where future
results prove most promising.Through continuous discourse at
conferences, in published journals and in informal contexts, research
results are continually refined and reevaluatedcooperatively within the
community to improve their quality. Peer review, andstandards for hiring
professors, granting tenure, awarding research grants, etc.also provide
other forms of constraint and encouragement.
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Proposed programme to be conducted at

Mahabodhi Mysore

1. Release of Souvenir book of Bada Bhanteji

2. Release of Sarvamitra magazine

3. Release of ‘Carla Home Times’

4. Reprinting and releasing  - LIFE OF THE BUDDHA

5. Dhammapada memorising competition

6. One day residential meditation retreat once a month in Classical Kannada

7. Life of the Buddha story telling competition

8. Webinar on the life story of Bada Bhanteji and his services - by Mettaloka ex-students

9. Panel discussion on - ‘Growth of Buddhism in Karnataka’ - with monks, professors and public

10. Meditation retreat for professors and lecturers in Mysore University

11. Meditation retreat for Police department in Mysore

12. Meditation camp for children

13. Pabbajja course for children during Buddha Jayanti

14. Dana service at Beggars’ Rehabilitation Home every full moon day

15. Hospital dana service PK TB & Chest diseases Hospital (PK Sanitorium)

16. Completion of Book ‘AT THE LOTUS FEET OF THE BUDDHA’ and quiz competition for children

17. Plantation of fruit bearing trees in collaboration with the Forest Department, Aranya Bhavan, Mysore

18. Meditation training for homeless people at Jyothinagar, Mysore

19. Special meditation for teachers on the second Saturday of every month

20. Distribution of ‘Life of the Buddha’ book to 400 children including Online

21.Moral Education (introducing ‘Life of Buddha’ in schoolsunder regular time table)

22. Dhamm talks and meditation programmes at orphanage

23. Animal welfare programmes

24. Leadership training programme ( To build good leaders for Mahbodhi to carry out Bada Bhanteji’s vision.

25. Expansion of humanitarian services (Old age home in Mysore)

26. Diksha programme in Mysore

27. Pilgrimage o Buddhist holy places (children and staff)

28. Renovation of Ven.Acarya Buddharakkhita Auditorium

29. Renovation of kitchen and pantry setup donated in the name of Bada Bhanteji on his birth anniversary by Mr. Pala and Ms. Jutta

30. New carpets for the Dhamma Hall sponsored by Nagsen Dhoke and family donated in the name of Bada Bhanteji

31. Setting up of new liberary - Ven. Acarya Buddharakkhita Library

32. Introducing celebration of annual Thanks Giving Day in our calender (Thanks giving to Bada Bhanteji, venerable monks, donors, sponsors, parents and staff)
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The former Uttar Pradesh chief minister said her party has had a bitter experience of aligning with other parties in the past.
She also stated that her party will go alone in the UP assembly elections next year.
Lucknow
(Uttar Pradesh): Bahujan Samaj Party supremo Mayawati on Monday
asserted that her party will contest the assembly elections in West
Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, and Puducherry on its own, saying the BSP
has had a bitter experience of aligning with other parties in the past.
She also stated that her party will go alone in the UP assembly elections next year.
“We
are working internally on the elections. We do not reveal our strategy.
The BSP will contest on all the 403 assembly seats in UP and will
perform well. The performance of the party will be good in the panchayat
elections in Uttar Pradesh,” she told reporters at an event to pay
tributes to BSP founder Kanshi Ram on his 87th birth anniversary.
The former Uttar Pradesh chief minister said her party has had a bitter experience of aligning with other parties in the past.
“The
experience of our party forging an alliance with others has not been
good. Our party leaders, workers, and voters are highly disciplined.
This is not the case with other parties of the country. In an alliance,
our votes are transferred to the other party, but the votes of the other
party are not transferred to us,” she said.
“This has been a very bad and bitter experience. In the future also, we will not forge any alliance with any party,” she added.
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