"...this..is the noble truth of the origin of suffering: it is this craving which leads to renewed existence, accompanied by delight and lust, seeking delight here and there; that is, craving for sensual pleasures, craving for existence, craving for extermination."
I went off seeking the Pali words for "renewed existence" as well as "existence" and "extermination" in the last bit, but when I poke around in the words in there I get nothing that corresponds to "renewed existence" and "existence" and "non-existence" at all.
What does appear where the missing words are is "... pe ..." which I find means "a passage has been omitted here" and this appears in every version of the Pali that I can find. I am sure I'm missing a chunk of knowledge about what's out there and how this is done so I am hoping y'all can illuminate this for me.
I am sure it cannot be that we get to put any description of the Four Noble Truths we want into that spot. Is it likely that every version I've found has ...pe... but there is some source I am missing that actually has the full text in it? I understand the use of ...pe... to collapse down text when it is repeating nearby text, but the four truths are not listed earlier in the sutta, so I am mystified.
Thanks in advance.