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Re: [Pali] Re: SN XII.1 upaayaaso

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  • Nina van Gorkom
    Dear Aalan, the word is upaayaaso: woe. The Co. to the Vibhanga, the Dispeller of Delusion has:
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      Dear Aalan,
      the word is upaayaaso: woe.
      The Co. to the Vibhanga, the Dispeller of Delusion has:
      <In the exposition of woe, aayaaso, ("trouble") is in the sense of being
      troubled; this is a name for mental weariness which occurs in the act of
      sinking and foundering. Upaayaaso ("woe") is great trouble. ....It has the
      characteristic of frustration. Its nature is moaning. It manifests itself as
      dejection...>
      op 17-07-2005 14:58 schreef Alan McClure op alanmcclure3@...:

      > Here is the exact reference: (see the last part of the 2nd to last word)
      jaatipaccayaa jaraamara.na.m sokaparidevadukkhadomanassupaayaasaa
      > sambhavanti.
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