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    Pali - Every few days - [B241] Gair/Karunatillake - Chapter 12 – Readings Ex. 4 (Part 2 of 3) Tassa so.lasavassakaale pa.n.durogo udapaadi. Braahma.no
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      Pali - Every few days - [B241]
      Gair/Karunatillake - Chapter 12 – Readings
      Ex. 4 (Part 2 of 3)

      Tassa so.lasavassakaale pa.n.durogo udapaadi.
      Braahma.no vejjaana.m santika.m gantvaa «tumhe
      asukarogassa ki.m bhesajja.m karothaa»ti pucchi. Te
      assa ya.m vaa ta.m vaa rukkhatacaadi.m aacikkhi.msu.
      So ta.m aaharitvaa bhesajja.m kari. Tathaa
      karontass’eva tassa rogo balavaa ahosi. Braahma.no
      tassa dubbalabhaava.m ñatvaa eka.m vejja.m pakkosi. So
      ta.m oloketvaa «amhaaka.m eka.m kicca.m atthi; añña.m
      vejja.m pakkositvaa tikicchaapehii»ti vatvaa nikkhami.
      When he was 16, he fell ill with jaundice. The
      Brahmin went to doctors and asked them, “What medicine
      do you make for such a disease”. They informed him of
      such and such tree-bark, etc. He fetched it and made
      the medicine. Despite him making it, the disease
      became strong. The Brahmin, knowing how feeble he
      was, summoned a doctor. He looked at him, and said,
      “We have one specialization; call another doctor and
      get him to cure this”, then he departed.

      Metta, John
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