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    Pali - Every few days - [B207] Gair/Karunatillake - Chapter 11 – Readings Ex. 4 (Part 1 of 5) Atha kho Bhagavaa pañcavaggiye bhikkhuu aamantesi: «Ruupa.m,
    Message 1 of 2 , Nov 6, 2004
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      Pali - Every few days - [B207]
      Gair/Karunatillake - Chapter 11 � Readings
      Ex. 4 (Part 1 of 5)

      Atha kho Bhagavaa pa�cavaggiye bhikkhuu aamantesi:
      �Ruupa.m, bhikkhave, anattaa. Ruupa.m ca h�ida.m,
      bhikkhave, attaa abhavissa, nayida.m ruupa.m
      aabaadhaaya sa.mvatteyya, labbhetha ca ruupe: �eva.m
      me ruupa.m hotu, eva.m me ruupa.m maa ahosii�ti.
      Yasmaa ca kho, bhikkhave, ruupa.m anattaa, tasmaa
      ruupa.m aabaadhaaya sa.mvattati, na ca labbhati ruupe:
      �eva.m me ruupa.m hotu, eva.m me ruupa.m maa
      ahosii�ti.
      Then the Blessed One addressed the group of five
      monks: �Form, monks, is not self. And if form were
      self, monks, then form would not be conducive to
      disease, and one could have it of form: �May my form
      be thus, may my form be not thus�. But since, monks,
      form is not self, then form is conducive to disease,
      and one can not have it of form: �May my form be thus,
      may my form be not thus��.

      Metta, John
    • John Kelly
      Pali - Every few days - [B207] Gair/Karunatillake - Chapter 11 – Readings Ex. 4 (Part 1 of 5) Atha kho Bhagavaa pañcavaggiye bhikkhuu aamantesi: «Ruupa.m,
      Message 2 of 2 , Nov 8, 2004
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        Pali - Every few days - [B207]
        Gair/Karunatillake - Chapter 11 � Readings
        Ex. 4 (Part 1 of 5)

        Atha kho Bhagavaa pa�cavaggiye bhikkhuu aamantesi:
        �Ruupa.m, bhikkhave, anattaa. Ruupa.m ca h�ida.m,
        bhikkhave, attaa abhavissa, nayida.m ruupa.m
        aabaadhaaya sa.mvatteyya, labbhetha ca ruupe: �eva.m
        me ruupa.m hotu, eva.m me ruupa.m maa ahosii�ti.
        Yasmaa ca kho, bhikkhave, ruupa.m anattaa, tasmaa
        ruupa.m aabaadhaaya sa.mvattati, na ca labbhati ruupe:
        �eva.m me ruupa.m hotu, eva.m me ruupa.m maa
        ahosii�ti.
        Then the Blessed One addressed the group of five
        monks: �Form, monks, is not self. And if form were
        self, monks, then form would not be conducive to
        disease, and one could have it of form: �May my form
        be thus, may my form be not thus�. But since, monks,
        form is not self, then form is conducive to disease,
        and one can not have it of form: �May my form be thus,
        may my form be not thus��.

        Metta, John
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