Not to be Missed
- OK, please excuse the blatant salesmanship but I think most of you
will find this file to be fun! I went through Warder's Introduction
to Pali and collected all the vocabulary verbs into an Excel
Spreadsheet with a similar format as the table found in the back of
the book. However, I made some additions like including all verbs
even if the root was the same and I included definitions. One tab
has the verbs as found in Warder and the other tab is sorted by
root. Also, if you place your cursor over the cell you can read Dr.
aka Paul Cooney
PS: Ok, I found this so funny I have to tell you. I was at a
retreat at the Bhavana Society this past weekend where a woman made
the comment that the meditation was so painful that she wondered if
she was in a "Nazi Concentration Camp". To which the teacher
replied, "No this is a Buddhist Concentration Camp" :)
--- In Pali@yahoogroups.com, Ong Yong Peng <ypong001@y...> wrote:
> Dear Paul and friends,
> thanks to Paul, who has created an excel file containing the verbs
> found in Warder's Introduction to Pali.
> I have uploaded it to the Files section, only Yahoo! members have
> access to it. Please sign in with your Yahoo! ID or sign up for a
> Folder: Introduction to Pali
> Yong Peng
> --- Paul O Cuana wrote:
> > Attached is the file in Normyn font I believe, (It's
> > been about 8 months since I requested copyright
> > permission).
> > --- Ong Yong Peng wrote:
> > >
> > > Would you kindly send it to me please, I'll then
> > > upload it for you,
> > > since there is no copyright issue. Alternatively,
> > > you may upload it to
> > > the Files section.
> > >
> > >
> > > --- Paul O Cuana wrote:
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > --- Paul O Cuana wrote:
> > > > > I created a table of Pali Verbs from Warder.
> > > > > I think you may find it interesting and perhaps
> > > > > you'll
> > > > > wish to post it on your website.
> > > > > As you can see I have already received
> > > permission
> > > > > from
> > > > > the copyright owners.
> > > > > Let me know if you would like to see it. The
> > > file
> > > > > is
> > > > > less than 1MB.
> > > > >
> > > > > --- WllmPruit@a... wrote:
> > > > > > Dear Mr Cooney,
> > > > > >
> > > > > > I have the feeling I may not have emailed you
> > > > > about
> > > > > > your table of Pali verbs
> > > > > > after checking out the copyright issues. The
> > > > > Council
> > > > > > members I consulted said
> > > > > > that it should be alright for you to post your
> > > > > table
> > > > > > on your Web site.
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- Dear Paul,
Your teacher must be very young, not knowing much about world war II. I do
not feel annoyed about this, no reproaches at all, but I just would like to
explain matters a little. This is very hurtful for those who have lost
family members. I am concerned for their feelings. It is not a subject for
When my husband was an ambassador in Vienna we went each year to Mauthausen
for the commemoration ceremonies. He had seen to it that also a monument for
the Dutch was built and it was inaugurated by a rabbi and two cantors. When
you would see all those names of those who died in that camp. The cantors
sang the Kaddish (prayer for the dead). You would understand if you heard
once the Kaddish, it is piercing to the heart. All the dukkha of life is
expressed here. I do not want to say more about this delicate matter.
I have more and more respect and admiration for the Vinaya which is also
good for laypeople, to be applied in their own situation. The monks are not
supposed to tease each other or to joke, even when it seems to be very
innocent. It is also frivolous, useless talk. And what do we know about
others' experiences in the past? What do we know about others' cittas? I
know it is tempting to join in a joke, we are laypeople after all, but it is
a small sacrifice to swallow it when considering the feelings of others, the
op 01-04-2004 19:20 schreef paulocuana op paulocuana@...:
> PS: Ok, I found this so funny I have to tell you. I was at a
> retreat at the Bhavana Society this past weekend where a woman made
> the comment that the meditation was so painful that she wondered if
> she was in a "Nazi Concentration Camp". To which the teacher
> replied, "No this is a Buddhist Concentration Camp" :)