Pariyada research 2
- Pariyada research 2.
M I, 91, Lesser Discourse on the Stems of Anguish:
But at times, things belonging to greed... aversion...confusion... taking
hold of my mind, persist. pariyaadaaya ti.t.thanti.
S II, 226: K.S. on Gain and Favours: When gains, favours and flattery come
to us, we will put them aside; nor when they come shall they take lasting
hold on our hearts.
Uppanna.m laabhasakkaarasiloka.m pajahissaama (we shall abandon) na ca no
uppanno laabhasakkaarasiloko cittam pariyaadaaya .thassatiiti.
S II, 233: similar, but: persistingly possess.
S II, 243: A slight variation: Him have I seen thereafter overcome and his
heart possessed by gains, favours and flattery (deliberately telling a lie).
Tam enam passaami aparena samayena laabhasakkaarasilokena abhibhuutam
S III, 14, (§ 17, Grasping and Worry): ...worried thoughts arise and
persist, laying hold of the heart: pariyaadaaya ti.t.thanti.
Here is a footnote: translator says, ³make an impression on² as found
somewhere else is not forceful enough. ³Having altogether laid hold of (him)
S III, 18: do not arise and persist, laying hold of his heart...
S IV, 125 (Third Fifty, Ch 4): There are objects... Though they touch the
heart again and again (phussa-phussa), yet they cannot altogether lay hold
of it and so persist: citta.m na pariyaadaaya ti.t.thanti.
By their failure to lay hold of the heart..
(to be continued.)