Re: watching progress of OR commenting upon progress of others on the path.
- Ah yes, I see. Sorry about that. Here it is again in velthuis:
Tasmaatihaananda, maa puggalesu pamaa.nikaa ahuvattha; maa puggalesu pamaa.na.m ga.nhittha. Kha~n~nati haananda, puggalesu pamaa.na.m ga.nhanto. Aha.m vaa, aananda, puggalesu pamaa.na.m ga.nheyya.m, yo vaa panassa maadiso.
--- In Pali@yahoogroups.com, P G Dave <pgd2507@...> wrote:
> thanks john,
> this one's a bull's eye.
> the font in the pali got messed up.
> would you kindly re-post using the velthuis scheme...
> thanks to you too chanida for the addition from the dhammapada
> much metta,
> On Sat, Mar 28, 2009 at 5:05 PM, John Kelly <palistudent@...> wrote:
> > And here is an example from the canon where the Buddha very clearly
> > states that one should not judge others:
> > AN III 350 (AN 6:187 Migasālā sutta)
> > Tasmātihānanda, mā puggalesu pamāṇikā
> > ahuvattha; mā puggalesu pamāṇaṃ gaṇhittha.
> > Khaï¿½ï¿½ati hānanda, puggalesu pamāṇaṃ gaṇhanto.
> > Ahaṃ vā, ānanda, puggalesu pamāṇaṃ
> > gaṇheyyaṃ, yo vā panassa mādiso.
> > Therefore, Ānanda, do not be judgmental regarding people. Do not pass
> > judgment on people. Those who pass judgment on people harm themselves. I
> > alone, Ānanda, or one like me, should pass judgment on people
> > With metta,
> > John