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There is no fear for ☝️ one whose mind is not filled with desires-Buddha

If you want to be strong 💪 learn to enjoy 😊 being alone.

Mind is a beautiful 🤩 servant, but a dangerous master

The darkest night is ignorance

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MGR real date of birth is in the month of Buddha Purnima or Vaishakhi Buddha Purnima or Vesak 17 May 1907 and not 17 Jan 1917.Hence his mother named him as Chandra. Their family saint predicted that he will become great. This song proves that.

எம்ஜிஆர் உண்மையான பிறந்த தேதி புத்த பூர்ணிமா அல்லது வைஷாகி புத்த பூர்ணிமா அல்லது வெசாக் 17 மே 1907 மற்றும் 17 ஜனவரி 1917 அல்ல. எனவே அவரது தாயார் அவருக்கு சந்திரா என்று பெயரிட்டார். அவர் பெரியவராக மாறுவார் என்று அவர்களின் குடும்ப துறவி கணித்தார். இந்தப் பாடல் அதை நிரூபிக்கிறது. நான்

𝓛𝓔𝓢𝓢𝓞𝓝S 4161 to 4166 Wed 24 Nov to 29 Mon 2021
Do Good Purify Mind - Path to Eternal Bliss

17th Masters National Masters Championships 2021 26th to 28th November Mangaluru ( KARNATAKA).
WELCOME CIRCULAR
It
is our pleasure to welcome you all to Mangaluru, Karnataka for the 17th
Masters National Championships 2021 to be held at from 26th to 28th
November 2021.
The above championships will be conducted at St Aloysius College, Kodiabail, PB 720, Mangaluru.

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https://swimindia.in/…/nationa…/welcomelettermasters.pdf
17th Masters National Masters Championships 2021 26th to 28th November Mangaluru ( KARNATAKA).
WELCOME CIRCULAR
It is our pleasure to welcome you all to Mangaluru, Karnataka for the 17th Masters National Championships 2021 to be held at from 26th to 28th November 2021.
The above championships will be conducted at St Aloysius College, Kodiabail, PB 720, Mangaluru.
It’s a great honour for us to host the Championship again and we will do our best. We request co-operation from all office bearers of Swimming Federation of India and all affiliated units for the successful conduct of the championship.
Every Person who wants to enter the Pool premises should have a Negative test report of RTPCR from a valid Lab not later than 72 hours.
Participant ID card to be collected at the venue after submitting the RTPCR test report.
SFI UID CARD is compulsory for the swimmers to participate in the above championships.
To Register pls visit: www.swimming.org.in
1.0 RECEPTION Reception will be made available at the Pool venues for all the enquiries.
2.0 TRANSPORTATION Due to Covid -19 pandemic we are not providing transportation during the above championships. Kindly make a note of the same.
3.0 ACCOMMODATION Organising Committee has made OYO rooms as their accommodation Partner. Participants can use their services for finding accommodation of one’s choice from them. OYO Contact: Akram 9666181312, Ahmed 9739973995
4.0 FOOD ARRANGEMENTS Food will be made available to all competitors and team officials at subsidized rates will be charged per head for all days, a total package of Breakfast, Lunch and dinner on all days of the competitions.
Food and Breakfast will be supplied only against coupons which shall be bought by the participants on the day of arrival.
The coupons will be available at the venue of Championships. Team managers may contact our food committee members who will be available at the venues.
5.0 MEDICAL SERVICE A first aid station will be established at venue, staffed by the doctors to provide emergency medical assistance during the competitions.
If more sophisticated medical treatment is required or in case of emergency, our volunteers will help the team managers in directing them to the specified medical institutions under the instruction of medical officers. In case of emergency, ambulance will be called at the discretion of the physician.
6.0 WEATHER Weather in Mangaluru in the month of November will be warm and cool at nights. 7.0 Inauguration and Closing Function: Opening Ceremony will be held on 25th of November 5pm Closing Ceremony will be held on 28th of November 3pm 8.0 GUIDELINES TO MANAGERS The following guidelines are to be observed by all team managers and competitors during the championships. A) Entries: All forms should have the seal and signature of the respective state unit Secretary / President. Any corrections, errors and withdrawals should be reported to SFI Management Committee during the team managers meeting. Entry form with DD should be couriered to the organising secretary.
On Line Entry System. SFI is providing the opportunity for all masters to submit their entries “On-line”.
Here is the procedure for the above:
i. Organizing Committee has tied up with SwimIndia for providing Online entry form for the 17th National Masters.
ii. https://sportznxt.quoton.in/template/dt_athlete1.php is the link to the Online Form.
iii. SFI UID card number is compulsory for validation of the form.
iv. Signed and Sealed form from the respective state unit should be uploaded for submission of the entry form.
v. All fields have to be filled for the form to be accepted.
vi. Original sealed and signed form has to be submitted at the venue by the swimmer to collect the Competition ID card form organizing committee.
vii. Payment also can be made online, only after which your form will be accepted by the organizing committee.
😎 Meeting of Team Managers Team Managers meeting for all disciplines will be held at the venue on 25th of November 430pm.
C) Warm Ups: Warm ups will be allowed at the main competition pool and also at the adjoining small swimming pool before the commencement of the swimming sessions (Heat/Finals).
D) Time Trials: All Events will be held on time Trials basis.
E) Victory Ceremonies: Victory Ceremonies will be held. All winners should come and report to victory ceremony area immediately when called. Order of Events: Event will begin at 9am everyday and will run till the completion of all events without break on that day.
Day 1
1. 100 Free Style
2. 50 Breast Stroke
3. 100 Butter Fly
4. 200 IM
5. 4 x 50 MD Relay
Day 2
1. 50 Free Style
2. 100 Back Stroke
3. 100 Breast Stroke
4. 400 Free Style
Day 3
1. 200 Free Style
2. 50 Butter Fly
3. 50 Back Stroke
4. 4 x 50 FS Relay
Important Telephone Numbers:
1. Convenor: Rohit: 9844462077
(M Satish Kumar) (Organising Secretary)

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How to Be Mindful While Swimming

“Swimming often devolves into autopilot behavior in which you focus only on getting in the distance you’ve planned, or ‘following the black line.’ This is a lost opportunity. Swimming can also be an immensely rewarding opportunity to practice mindfulness. By swimming mindfully, we can transform routine lap sessions into an immersive form of moving meditation.” — Terry Laughlin, founder of Total Immersion Swimming.

Begin each swim with an intention to be fully present in the water, rather than to just get laps in.

As you begin swimming, focus on each stroke. Notice the feeling of the wetness on your skin. Feel yourself — buoyant — moving through water.

Focus on your breath. As you take breaths, shift your focus from a stroke rhythm to a breathing rhythm, noticing the unbroken alternation of in-breaths and out-breaths. How does your body accommodate to this rhythm?

Align head and spine. Visualize being towed forward by a line attached to the top of your head, so your head and spine are both lengthening and always moving in the direction you want to travel.

As you continue with your strokes, focus on the feeling of your arms entering and leaving the water. Feel the cool, dry air on your arms briefly; then the wet thickness of the water for a longer period of submersion.

Listen to the sounds of swimming. Hear the splashes, the bubbles and your own breath. How quietly can you swim?

Continue your strokes, noticing how far your arms are reaching in front of you, striving to feel “taller” with each stroke.

As you complete your swim, be grateful for your ability to merge mind and body, moving like water.

Comments

My doctor 🧑‍⚕️ advised me to try swimming to avoid a slip disc operation. I tried and it helped me. I’m now practising mindful swimming. The swimming 🏊‍♂️ pool is my hospital and a meditation 🧘 centre.-JC

After serving in Iraq for 3 years, swimming was the only way I could relax when I came back. The requirement to breathe brought oxygen back into my brain, which was still in a constant state of hypervigilance. The coolness of the water replenished my parched body. The blue color of the water dazzled my eyes after seeing nothing but brown. And the rhythmic motion and quiet splashing gently brought peace and calm into my body. Pure healing.-SEB
Arizona
July 23, 2017

If you want to swim well, you are always thinking about breath, stroke, alignment, etc. Ask anyone, coach or swimmer, in a master’s swim program. Or anyone in any formal swim program for that matter. BTW, the black line, interval, pace, completing the set, minding the time clock, all require mindfulness.

Arguably, anything you want to do well required mindfulness. For example, if you play a musical instrument, you have to be mindful of (pay attention to) intonation, timing, dynamics, etc.
-em
ny
May 30, 2017

In Murcia Spain we swim.for meditation and against the clock .teacher is a backstroke medalist yoga expert.we sing outloud while doing 3K or silently…Rockefeller once said. ” he who dies having done the most laps wins. “.-murcia.es
murcia
May 26, 2017

Laughlin’s Total Immersion swimming is one of the best things I have learned in years. Loving that water!-Mark Muhich
Jackson MI
May 26, 2017

Chandrasekharan Jagatheesan won one Gold medal in 100m Butterfly one silver medal in 400m Free style and one Bronze medal in 100m breast stroke

Swimming Federation of India 17th National Masters Championship 2021 Organised by Karnataka Swimming Association (R) 26th to 28th November, 2021. Venue: St. Aloysius College Swimming Pool, Mangaluru, Karnataka Champions Govind, Gopalrao, Sarkar, Chandrasekharan Jagatheesan with M Satish Kumar, Organising Secretary 17th National Masters Championship

Congratulations to the Champian and my best wishes to achieve more in the future events🤝🤝🤝🤝

வாழ்த்துகள் ஐயா

Sathyameya Jayathe

Nice moments
All the BEST

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All the best for our Master swimmers in the competition. 💐👍🏽💐👍🏽

👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
Super sir
👍Great achievement.

Jai Bhim✊🏻

Hello Periyappa..
It’s a proud movement Periyappa..
Congratulations ..💐🎈🎈🎈

🙏 Hearty Congratulations for receiving gold medals in swimming championship at this age.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aloyseum

Aloyseum is a museum on the St Aloysius College campus in Mangalore city of Karnataka in India. It was established in the year 1913.

History Edit

This museum began in 1913 when an Italian Jesuit priest named Chiapi donated around 2000 different types of minerals, Herbarium and a collection of Roman coins.In 1906, the De Dion car was the first automobile that was used in Mangalore. It was imported to Mangalore by P F X Saldanha of the Highland Coffee Works. This car is one of the souvenirs present in this museum.The museum also has a collection of domestic and agricultural utensils used by the ancient generation.

Exhibition galleries Edit

This museum contains artifacts such as stone age tools, postal stamps, Roman coins, pieces of the Berlin Wall, drawings of Antonio Moscheni, paintings of European artists, spears and arrows of Abyssinia, Neolithic stone axe, telegraphic equipment, Mangalore’s first car and generator, whale skeleton, old musical instruments, etc.

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Culture of Mangalore

Mangalore district (/ˈmæŋɡəlɔːr/ (About this soundlisten); Tulu: Kudla, ಕುಡ್ಲ; Kannada: ಮಂಗಳೂರು, Mangalūru; Malayalam: Mangalapuram, മംഗലാപുരം; Konkani: Kodial, ಕೊಡಿಯಾಲ್; Beary: Maikala, ಮೈಕಾಲ) that was partitioned from the erstwhile South Canara, has been multicultural and is a little different from the prevalent culture of the Carnataca state of India. A native of Mangalore is known as a Mangalorean in English, Kudladakulu in Tulu, Kodyaalkar in Konknni, Manglurnavaru in Kannada& Maikaaltanga in Byari.

Tulu and Tulunaad’s Culture Edit

According to Keralolpathi, the name Tuluva for Tuluvers comes from the Cheraman Perumal kings of Malabar region, who fixed his residence in the northern portion of his dominions just before its separation from present-day Kerala, and who was called Tulubhan Perumal.

Yakshagana is a night-long dance and drama performance practised by Tuluvas with great fanfare.Piliyesa is a unique form of folk dance in the region fascinating the young and the old alike, which is performed during Marnemi (as Dussara is called in Tulu) and Krishna Janmashtami.Karadi Vesha (Bear Dance) is one more popular dance performed during Dasara in Mangalore.Bhuta Kola a kind of spirit worship is usually done at night is practised by Tuluvers. Bhuta Kola is similar to Theyyam in Kerala.Kambala or buffalo race is conducted in water filled paddy fields. Korikatta (Cockfight) is another favourite sport for the people. An ancient ritual associated with the ‘daivasthanams’ (temples) in rural areas, Hindu kozhi kettu a religious and spiritual cockfight, is held at the temples and also allowed if organised as part of religious or cultural events.Nagaradhane or Snake worship is practised according to the popular belief of the Snake god, who goes underground and guard the Naga species on the

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Antonio Moscheni
Antonio Moscheni (16 January 1854 – 15 November 1905) was a Jesuit brother and painter, known best for his elaborate fresco decoration of the church of St. Aloysius College, Mangalore, India.

Biography Edit

Moscheni was born in Stezzano, Province of Bergamo, Italy. His artistic talent was discovered early, and he was sent to study painting at the Accademia Carrara in Bergamo. He then went to Rome to study the masterpieces of the Vatican. Fresco painting now became his passion and several of his works can be found in churches of the Bergamo area. In 1889, at the age of 35, Moscheni renounced the prospect of a worldly career, and joined the Society of Jesus. After the usual two years of novitiate, his superiors noted his talent, and he was sent to decorate churches in Croatia, Albania as well as in his native country. In 1898, Moscheni was assigned to India, and sent to Mangalore with the specific mission of painting the Chapel of St. Aloysius College, recently founded by the Italian Jesuits.

Saint Aloysius Chapel Edit

Main article: St. Aloysius Chapel

St. Aloysius Chapel in Mangalore, decorated by Moscheni in 1884[1]
In an elaborate style recalling the baroque, Moscheni covered walls, ceilings and pillars with framed, vivid tableaux on the life of St Aloysius Gonzaga (the patron saint of the college), other Jesuit missionaries, saints and martyrs, the mysteries of the Christian faith (the Trinity, Christ and his Mother), glories of other religious orders, etc. It took him a little over two years to complete the work.

Besides the chapel he painted also frescoes in the Jesuit refectory: scenes evocative of Ignatius of Loyola’s early years and the foundation of the Society of Jesus. Less known but strikingly unusual, he depicted the Hindu goddess of Knowledge, Saraswati, on the college stage fittings. The coat of arms, painted above the stage, is embellished with Sanskrit phrase: Satyam eva Jayate.

Other works Edit

The original intention of his religious superiors was to call Moscheni back to Europe after completing the St Aloysius College work, but his fame had spread in India and requests came that could not be ignored. The chapel of the Kankanady hospital, the Church of Most Holy Saviour, Agrar near Bantwal (25 km from Mangalore), the Mangalore seminary, the Holy Name cathedral of Bombay were next to benefit from his talent, but nowhere is the experience as total and wholesome as it is in St Aloysius chapel of Mangalore. The bishop of Cochin called him in 1905. Moscheni had hardly completed the work in the sanctuary of the Cochin cathedral when he fell sick: a case of acute dysentery that ultimately proved fatal. He died on 15 November 1905 in Cochin, Kerala, and was buried in the Jesuit cemetery there.

Legacy Edit

The Saint Aloysius Chapel is a unique example of Italian art in India. It attracts thousands of visitors every year. The Indian postal department chose to depict one of the chapel’s paintings by Antonio Moscheni in 2001 to commemorate the 120th anniversary of the College’s foundation.

God As An Artist & Creator’ Renovated St Aloysius Chapel Paintings & Museum Inaugurated

Mangaluru: Saturday, 16 February 2019 was a great day in the history of 139 years of St Aloysius Institutions run by the Jesuit Priests, when the Re-Dedication of World Class St Aloysius Chapel Paintings by Italian artist Antonio Moscheni, after Extreme-Makeover/Restoration was inaugurated, followed by yet another inauguration of the ‘ALOYSEUM’- a Renovated Unique & Pride Museum of St Aloysius Institutions.

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The chapel of St Aloysius College of Mangaluru was transformed into an admirable work of art by the Italian Jesuit Brother, Antonio Moscheni SJ. He was a proficient painter trained in the famed Accademia Carrara in Bergamo, Italy. The Chapel was built by Jesuit Missionaries in 1880 and its interiors painted by Moscheni in 1899, during the Mangaluru Mission in 1878. The Italian Jesuits played an important role in education, health, and social welfare of the Mangalorean Catholic community and built the St. Aloysius College in 1880, St Aloysius Chapel in 1884, and many other institutions and churches.https://i2.wp.com/www.mangalorean.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/God-As-An-Artist-Creator-Renovated-St-Aloysius-Chapel-Paintings-Museum-Inaugurated-mangalorean-20190217-001-6.jpg?resize=768%2C514&ssl=1

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The interior of the chapel decorated with paintings by Antonio Moscheni (1854 –1905) that cover almost all of the walls, which is unusual in chapels in India. The paintings are preserved by a recognized board of the nation which maintains and restores all historic artifacts. The central row of paintings on the ceiling depicts the life of Saint Aloysius Gonzaga, to whom the college and chapel are dedicated.

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Yet another milestone in the history of St Aloysius Institutions, Mangaluru was the launching of the Renovated Unique and Pride of this Jesuit Institutions Museum “ALOYSEUM”. The Museum was started in 1913 by the Italian Jesuit Fr Chiapi with minerals, herbarium and a collection of Roman coins, a gift of the Collegio Vieta Italy. It has now been shifted from ‘Red Building’ which was located in the premises of St Aloysius High School, to its present location opposite to the Chapel which gives easy access to visitors especially those coming to see the chapel paintings. The Renovated Museum was designed by William James from Bengaluru, who is an interior designer and the display of the exhibits has been planned and executed by Museum Curator Ms Kavitha of Mangaluru who has a Masters in Archaeology and a diploma in Museology.

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Following the introduction of the event by compere Ms Reema Fernandes, a professor in the Chemistry Dept of St Aloysius College, Rev Fr Dionysius Vaz SJ delivered the welcome address, during which he thanked all the donors and well-wishers who have supported the St Aloysius Institutions all these years, and for their contributions made towards the restoration of St Aloysius Chapel paintings. During the inter-religious prayer led by Fr John Lang Bosco-Finance Officer of St Aloysius PUC, prayers comprised of Bhajans, and reading of verses from the Bible and Bhagavad Gita.

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The multimedia presentation of the Chapel Paintings and Museum through Audio/Video was done by Fr Felix Victor SJ- In-Charge of Chapel who briefed about the paintings, while Fr Leo D’souza SJ-the former Rector of St Aloysius Institutions and the Man behind the Museum gave an elaborate description of the Museum.

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Nilabh Sinha-the Principal director, INTACH Conservation Institutes (ICI), Art & Material Heritage Division (New Delhi) unveiled the commemorative plaque, and in his speech, said, “It was indeed a privilege for us to undertake this restoration work of the paintings. I feel so overwhelmed when I look at the paintings. We had done thorough documentation work on the art before we started the restoration work, and we feel proud that we did our job well in restoring the world-class art. Even though these paintings will be preserved for the next 50 to 60 years, but we will come down and check on these paintings in twenty years from now”.

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Nilabh Sinha was honored during the occasion for his dedication, commitment and sincere work in completing the paintings restoration work in due time. Blessing of the Chapel was done by Rev Dr Francis Serrao SJ, the Bishop of Shivamogga Diocese, and in his message, the Bishop said, “The interior of this Chapel is filled with artistic and splendour paintings. The paintings done by Brother Antonio Moscheni was not because of his passion but done as a mission. These paintings are indeed a great contribution to this historic Chapel. Any person who enters this Chapel will take back home great memories, which will last forever. This Chapel filled with these world-class paintings has attracted a large number of visitors since this chapel is deeply soul satisfying”.

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Generous and magnanimous hearts always come to the aid of much-needed accomplishments. The Chapel needed to be restored, and the Museum renovated. The exorbitant expenses would not have been met without the generosity of many individuals. A bevy of people were honoured during the occasion for their tremendous contribution towards the Chapel painting restoration and also the museum, namely- Fr Prashanth Madtha SJ, Fr Leo D’souza SJ, Fr Christopher Xavier, James David, Ms Gladys Cutinha-wife of Late Michael Cutinha), Ms Shirley Sequeira-W/o late Gilbert Sequeira, Ms Joyce Saldanha-W/o late Ray Saldanha, John Chandran, Gopal Gowda, Kavitha, among many others. Ms Silvana Rizzi from Milan in Italy, the great grandniece of the painter Antonio Moscheni was also honoured, and in her speech, she praised Mangaluru a lot, and that she was thrilled to be part of this history. Fr Pradeep Anthony SJ-Director at St Aloysius College read out the names of the contributors.

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Following the formal ceremony at the Chapel, the audience moved to take part in the inauguration of the renovated “Aloyseum” museum in a procession led by the Kudumi dance performers. Ms Silvana Rizzi inaugurated the Museum along with other dignitaries, and Rev Dr Francis Serrao SJ blessed the Museum. I end this column with a prayer to Bro Moscheni- “We pray with hearts filled with gratitude for the ingenious hands of Bro Antonio Moscheni, through which such a beautiful and devotional piece of Art, in the form of this Chapel. The untiring efforts of Br Moscheni remain as an eternally inspiring endeavour for all who come to visit this Chapel. May Eternal light always shine upon His soul”.

Congratulations anna 🏅🏅🏅🎖️🎖️🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

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Dr. Jivaka Komarabhacca

I heard thus:

At one time the Blessed One lived in Rajagrha, in the mango orchard of Jiivaka, the foster son of the prince. Jiivaka the foster son of the prince (King Bimbisara) approached the Blessed One, worshipped, sat on a side and said: “I have heard this, venerable sir, that living things are killed on account of the recluse Gotama, and he partakes that knowing, it was killed on account of him. Venerable sir, those who say, that living things are killed on account of the recluse Gotama, and he partakes that, knowing, it was killed on account of him, are they saying the rightful words of the Blessed One and not blaming the Teaching?”

“Jiivaka, those who say, that living things are killed on account of the recluse Gotama, and he partakes that knowing, because it was killed on account of him. They are not my words, and they blame me falsely. Jiivaka, I say that on three instances meat should not be partaken, when seen, heard or when there is a doubt. I say, that on these three instances meat should not be partaken. I say, that meat could be partaken on three instances, when not seen, not heard and when there is no doubt about it.

“Jiivaka, the Bhikkhu supported by a village or hamlet sits pervading one direction with thoughts of loving kindness, and also the second, third, fourth, above, below and across, in all circumstances, for all purposes, towards all. With that thought developed limitlessly and grown great without anger. Then a certain householder or the son of a householder approaches and invites him for the next day’s meal. If the Bhikkhu desires he accepts and at the end of that night, putting on robes and taking bowl and robes, approaches the house of that householder or the son of the householder and sits on the prepared seat. That householder or his son serves him with the nourishing food with his own hands. It does not occur to him, ‘This householder should offer me nourishing food in the future too.’ He partakes that morsel food, neither enslaved and swooned, nor guilty. Wisely reflecting the danger. Jiivaka, does this Bhikkhu think to trouble himself, another or both at that moment?”

“No, venerable sir, he does not.”

“Jiivaka, isn’t this Bhikkhu partaking this food without a blemish?”

He is. Venerable sir I have heard, that Brahma abides, in loving kindness. I witness it in the Blessed One. The Blessed One abides in loving kindness.”

“Jiivaka, the Thus Gone One has dispelled that greed, hate and delusion, pulled it out with the roots, made palm stumps and made them not to grow again. If you say it, on account of that, I allow it.”

’‘Venerable sir, I say it, on account of that.”

“Jiivaka, the Bhikkhu abides supported on a certain village or hamlet. He abides pervading one direction with thoughts of compassion….With thoughts of intrinsic joy…With equanimity and also the second, third, fourth, above, below and across, in all circumstances, for all purposes, towards all, equanimity grown great and developed limitlessly without anger. Then a certain householder or the son of a householder approaches him and invites him for the next day’s meal. If the Bhikkhu desires he accepts the invitation. At the end of that night, putting on robes and taking bowl and robes, he approaches the house of that householder or the son of the householder and sits on the prepared seat. That householder serves the Bhikkhu with the nourishing food with his own hands. It doesn’t occur to him, ‘this householder should offer me nourishing food in the future too.’ He partakes that morsel food, not enslaved, not swooned, and without a guilt, wisely reflecting the danger. Jiivaka, does this Bhikkhu think to trouble himself, another, or trouble both at that moment?”

“No, venerable sir, he does not.”

“Jiivaka, doesn’t this Bhikkhu partake this food without a blemish?”

“Venerable sir, he partakes food without a blemish. I have heard, that Brahma abides in equanimity. I witness it, in the Blessed One. The Blessed One, abides in equanimity.”

Top row: Kasyapa, Upali, and Jivaka. Middle row: Ananda. Bottom row: Avalokiteshvara and Vajrapani.

“Jiivaka, the Thus Gone One is not troubled, is detached, and not averse to greed, hate and delusion, pulled it out with the roots, made palm stumps and made not to grow again. If it is said on account of that, I allow it.”

“Venerable sir, I say it, on account of that.”

“Jiivaka, who ever destroys living things on account of the Thus Gone One or the disciples of the Thus Gone One, accumulate much demerit on five instances: If he said, go bring that living thing of such name. In this first instance he accumulates much demerit. If that living thing is pulled along, tied, with pain at the throat, feeling displeased and unpleasant. In this second instance he accumulates much demerit. If it was said, go kill that animal. In this third instance he accumulates much demerit. When killing if that animal feels displeased and unpleasant, in this fourth instance he accumulates, much demerit and when the Thus Gone One or a disciple of the Thus Gone tastes that un-suitable food. In this fifth instance he accumulates much demerit. Jiivaka, if anyone destroys the life of a living thing on account of the Thus Gone One or a disciple of the Thus Gone One, he accumulates much demerit on these five instances.”

When this was said Jiivaka the foster son of the prince said; “Wonderful venerable sir, the Bhikkhus partake suitable faultless food. Now I understand venerable sir. It is as though something overturned was reinstated. Something covered was made manifest. As though the path was told to someone who had lost his way. As though an oil lamp was lighted, for those who have sight to see forms. In various ways the Teaching is explained. Now I take refuge in the Blessed One, in the Teaching and the Community of Bhikkhus. May I be remembered as one who has taken refuge from today until life ends.”

All students practising medicine must become Jivakas and practice veganism along with mindful meditative swimming 🏊‍♂️.
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668, 5A Main Road, 8th Cross, HAL III Stage, Punya Bhumi Bengaluru, Magadhi Karnataka for Practice to attain Eternal Bliss.

Respected Bashkar ji. She is the coach of the swimming pool at Sri Ramachandra Medical College, Chennai. I haven’t collected her contact number and forgot her name. I have told her that you are my coach. When you come to Chennai we can go and meet the swimmers. Kindly collect the information and suggest what we can do. JC

“There is no fear for ☝️ one whose mind is not filled with desires-Buddha

If you want to be strong 💪 learn to enjoy 😊 being alone.

Mind is a beautiful 🤩 servant, but a dangerous master

The darkest night is ignorance

3-12-2021 is J Chandrasekharan’s Birthday 🎂 born in 1942

Happy birthday💐God bless you with good health, peace and happiness all your days🎊🎉🎂🎁

Our family is thankful to your valuable blessings Bhante Ji
With Metta
J Chandrasekharan, Navaneetham, Pradeepkumar, Banurekha, Sashikanth, Shifu, Tushar, Harshith, Pranay and Vinay

According to the University of Singapore survey/review based on 131 countries.
From June 18, world will be 100% free and happy from December 8th. Their predictions about Italy and Spain fit exactly.
Maker of COVID Tests Says Pandemic is Biggest Hoax Ever Perpetrated It is
like a blind man searching for a black cat in a dark room which is not there.

Thank you 🙏
May you and your family be ever happy, well and secure
May you all live long at least for 150 years.
May you have calm, quiet, alert, attentive and equanimity mind with a clear understanding that everything is changing.JC

https://usdailyreport.com/2021/11/28/angelique-coetzee-doctor-who-discovered-covid-19-variant-omicron-says-panicking-is-unecessary-and-symptoms-are-mild-but-unusual_n_28762.html

Angelique Coetzee, Doctor, Who Discovered COVID-19 Variant Omicron, Says Panicking Is Unecessary And Symptoms Are Mild But Unusual

Dr. Angelique Coetzee, the person who first brought attention to a new COVID-19 variant, Omicron, says the symptoms are “unusual but mild” in otherwise healthy patients.

The health expert believes that it is not time to panic as some have questioned the need to put travel bans in place.

Dr. Angelique Coetzee worries about those groups

Coetzee, who has a private practice in South Africa’s capital, Pretoria, remains worried about complications for two groups — the elderly and unvaccinated.

Patients with comorbidities such as diabetes or heart disease are those that keep her up at night. She stated: “What we have to worry about now is that when older, unvaccinated people are infected with the new variant, and if they are not vaccinated, we are going to see many people with a severe [form of the] disease.”

The health expert has practiced medicine for 30 years and is the chair of the South African Medical Association (SAMA).

Coetzee talks about odd symptoms in patients with new COVID-19 virus variant

The odd symptoms that she spotted include extreme fatigue and a very high pulse rate. However, a loss of sense of taste and smell, a usual marker for the virus, was not present in those patients.

On November 18, she reached out to South Africa’s vaccine advisory committee after four family members tested positive for the virus with the new symptoms.

In an interview with The Telegraph, Coetzee revealed: “Their symptoms were so different and so mild from those I had treated before.”

Since that initial contact with the committee, close to 30 of her patients tested positive and showed symptoms linked to the Omicron variant. Most of those patients are young men, and half of them are unvaccinated.

Coetzee elaborated: “It presents mild disease with symptoms being sore muscles and tiredness for a day or two not feeling well. So far, we have detected that those infected do not suffer the loss of taste or smell. They might have a slight cough. There are no prominent symptoms. Of those infected, some are currently being treated at home.”

The doctor brought up the case of a six-year-old girl that had her doing some thinking. She explained: “[the girl] had a temperature and a very high pulse rate, and I wondered if I should admit her. But when I followed up two days later, she was so much better.”

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