12854Re: [fukuoka_farming] Moreover ध र्म
- Nov 4, 2011So,
�for your interest enough to respond, and interesting response.
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Mr. Jason Stewart
On 05/11/2011, at 12:12 PM, Boovarahan Srinivasan wrote:
> Jason !
> This is offtopic to Nf but still intersting.
> Dharma is a Sanskrit word and Sanskrit is a lanuage used from time
> It is said to be the language of the Gods ( Deva Bhasha ).
> The word Dharma has so many menaings according to the context in which it
> is used but a broader meaning is "way of living" or " "righteous way of
> living " or "its nature" .
> A small example:
> A tiger chases a deer and the deer seeks asylum with a hermit.
> Now think of what happens if the hermit stops the tiger from killing the
> deer .
> One way he is saving the deer's life but at the same time he interrupts the
> way of the tiger in getting its food by killing the deer and make it
> starve. If he allows the tiger to have its prey , then he gets the sin of
> not protecting the weak .
> Killing the deer by tiger is its dharma, but the question of saving or not
> saving the deer is debatable to the hermit. But his dharma should be to
> protect the weak who had sought asylum and thus the sin of making the tiger
> starve wouldn't be on him.
> You can have a broad view of the meaning od dharma in this example. There
> can not be a right translation of Sankrit words to English or any other
> language. One has to learn it and feel and understand the meaning .
> Boovarahan S
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