Sorry Nina, I need the 4 four blessings in reference to monks, where they
are interpreted in a radically different way.
Hope someone can help.
BTW I am planning to buy a set of the BUDSIR Pali CD from Mahidol
University, Thailand, for the benefit of Pali enthusiasts in Singapore. Any
advice from anyone.
----- Original Message -----
From: "nina van gorkom" <nilo@...>
Sent: Friday, 02 May, 2003 1:20 AM
Subject: Re: [Pali] Ayu vanna sukha bala
> Dear Piya Tan,
> op 30-04-2003 18:24 schreef Piya Tan op libris@...:
> > I came across a beautiful teaching some time ago where the Buddha
> > interprets "aayu va.n.na sukha bala" in terms of a monk, that is,
> > when is a monk long-lived?
> > when is a monk beautiful?
> > when is a monk happy?
> > when is a monk endowed with power?
> N:9 Oct 2002, Rob Edison wrote about Appamadasutta, Sam. Nikaya,
> Kosalasamyuttam, comparing tr by Ven. Thanissaro and Ven. Bodhi. Maybe
> helps for further reference?
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