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syn = (Translated as in ''[[The Way of Tao, Part II|The Way of Tao, Vol 2]]'' on [[Glossary#source_of_quotes_in_the_synopsis|''CD-ROM'']])
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:The sutra
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::"Favour and disgrace cause one dismay,
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::What we value and what we fear are as if within the self."
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::What is meant by speaking thus of favour and disgrace?
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::Disgrace is being in a low position (after the enjoyment of favour).
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::The getting (of a favour) leads to the apprehension of losing it,
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::And the losing of it leads to the fear of still greater calamity.
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::This is what is meant by saying that favour and disgrace cause one dismay.
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prevevent = Dynamics of Meditation ~ 11 |
 
prevevent = Dynamics of Meditation ~ 11 |
 
nextevent = Tao Upanishad Bhag 2 ~ 09 |
 
nextevent = Tao Upanishad Bhag 2 ~ 09 |

Latest revision as of 06:10, 14 June 2019

ताओ उपनिषद, भाग दो ~ 08

event type discourse
date & time 13 Apr 1972 pm
location Patkar Hall, Bombay
language Hindi
audio Available, duration 1h 17min. Quality: good (under revision).
online audio
video Not available
online video
see also
online text find a PDF transcript of this event
shorttitle WAY208
notes
synopsis
(Translated as in The Way of Tao, Vol 2 on CD-ROM)
The sutra
"Favour and disgrace cause one dismay,
What we value and what we fear are as if within the self."
What is meant by speaking thus of favour and disgrace?
Disgrace is being in a low position (after the enjoyment of favour).
The getting (of a favour) leads to the apprehension of losing it,
And the losing of it leads to the fear of still greater calamity.
This is what is meant by saying that favour and disgrace cause one dismay.


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