Re: About Bhikkhu
- Dear Dmytro,and biloo_5,
Thank you very much for the information about bhikkhu.
The Jainism obviously uses the same word bhikkhu in their tradition.
They may also use a lot of identical words, such as the four jhaanas
(dhyaanas), similar in meaning to early Buddhism.
--- In Pali@yahoogroups.com, "Dmytro O. Ivakhnenko" <aavuso@...>
> Dear Thomas,
> > If not, what religious group/s at that time also used this word
> > its own monk?speaks
> See Jain Samana sutta:
> parasamtavayakarana-vayanam, mottuna saparahidavayanam.
> Jo vadadi Bhikkhu turiyo tasst du dhammo have saccam. (92)
> A monk who avoids all speech that is likely to hurt others and
> only what is good to himself and to others observes the fourthvirtue of
> truthfulness. (92)acts.
> Rage dose ya do pave, pavakamma pavattane.
> Je bhikkhu rembhai niccam, se na acchai mandale. (130)
> The two sins attachment and aversion lead one to commit sinful
> That monk who always besieges them will not wander in this mundanehe
> existence. (130)
> No sakkiyamicchai na puyam, na vi ya vandanagam kuo passamsam?
> Se samjae suvvae tavassi, sahie ayagavesae sa bhikkhu. (234)
> he who desires no honour, no worship, no salutation even, how will
> desire praise? He who has self-control, observes the vowscorrectly,
> practises penance and seeks to know the true nature of the soul isthe
> real monk. (234)or
> Sayanasanathane va, je u bhikkhu na vavare.
> Kayassa viussaggo, chattho so parikittio. (480)
> A monk who makes no movements of his body while sleeping, sitting
> standing and checkes all activities of his body is said to observethe
> sixth penance of bodily steadines. (480)
> Best wishes,