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Mogharaja-manava-puccha

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Title: Mogharaja-manava-puccha: Mogharaja's Question

Summary: url=index.html#snp.5.15.than How should one view the world so as to escape Death's grasp.

Sn 5.15

Mogharaja-manava-puccha: Mogharaja's Question

translated from the Pali by

Thanissaro Bhikkhu

Alternate translation: Ireland

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[Mogharaja:]

Twice now, O Sakyan,

I've asked you,

but you, One with vision,

haven't answered me.

When asked the third time the celestial seer answers:

so I have heard.

This world, the next world, the Brahma world with its devas:

I don't know how they're viewed
by the glorious Gotama.

So to the one who has seen to the far extreme, I've come with a question:

How does one view the world
so as not to be seen
	by Death's king?

[The Buddha:]

View the world, Mogharaja,

	as empty —

always mindful to have removed any view

	about self.

This way one is above & beyond death.

This is how one views the world
so as not to be seen
	by Death's king.

Note

<p>On viewing the world as void, see S.XXXV.85.

en/tipitaka/sut/kn/snp/snp.5.15.than.txt · Last modified: 2019/05/11 04:34 by Johann