Ajo, Amatta, Nibbāna & Vaya

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ToVincent
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Re: Ajo, Amata, Nibbāna & Vaya

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auto wrote: Mon Jul 27, 2020 3:06 pm perhaps few words on it?
No auto.
Sorry — no ying-yang in this thread, please.

Plus amṛta is the negation of mṛta (past participle of mṛ).
Nothing to do with ṛta.
Please refer to this dictionary: https://sanskrit.inria.fr/DICO/index.fr.html
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Some working for the Mara's world; some for the Brahma's world; some for the Unborn.
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Those who desire good are few, and those who desire evil are many.
Buddha
(And you just can't imagine how much goodness, those who desire evil, are ready to display - ToVincent).
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Re: Ajo, Amatta, Nibbāna & Vaya

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ToVincent wrote:To continue from our last post, where I was very suprised to see you coming back at me, after your agitated remark; according to which you would never never ever talk to me again - (I pictured you beating my wide manly chest with your raging little fists - while I was trying to see the light in your fiery eyes - I cried all night).
And I am glad to see now, that there is continuance in your truly lucid sense of intelligence; something that we can only find in your gentle gender.

So I decided to give you another gem from Sujato.
As a present - exclusively for you.

.....Are you seeing the difference between what I saw in your eyes, and what I was looking for beyond them, in my little fantasy?
I see Image
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Re: Ajo, Amata, Nibbāna & Vaya

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ToVincent wrote: Mon Jul 27, 2020 3:23 pm
auto wrote: Mon Jul 27, 2020 3:06 pm perhaps few words on it?
No auto.
Sorry — no ying-yang in this thread, please.

Plus amṛta is the negation of mṛta (past participle of mṛ).
Nothing to do with ṛta.
Please refer to this dictionary: https://sanskrit.inria.fr/DICO/index.fr.html
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ok
PTS Pali-English dictionary The Pali Text Society's Pali-English dictionary

Maraṇa,(nt.) [fr.mṛ] death,as ending this (visible) existence,physical death,
https://suttacentral.net/an10.58/en/sujato wrote: They culminate in the deathless. And extinguishment is their final end.’
amatogadhā sabbe dhammā, nibbānapariyosānā sabbe dhammā’ti
dhamma gets rooted in amato. (culminate in the deathless.. aren't it imply imperturbable?
finds footing in the deathless. I think it just refers the nekkhamma.

dhamma=dharma=ṛta

if not get nibbana in this life then vinnana rebirths in imperturbable
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