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All structures, next, are suffering— when, understanding, thus he sees, he turns away from suffering: this is the path of purity. All natures, lastly, are not-self— when, understanding, thus he sees, he turns away from suffering: this is the path of purity.’ (Dhammapada, 277-9)

pali-english conversion table (It should be noted that these equivalents are valid within the context of this particular work only.) Attå.......................................self Abhijånåti............................to recognize Avijjå....................................nescience Asm⁄ti chanda......................desire ‘I am’ Upådåna..............................habitualness, stability of attitude or of mode of craving Kamma.................................action Cetanå..................................intention Jånåti, ñå~a.........................to cognize, cognition Ta~hå....................................craving, gradient of feeling Dhamma..............................nature (i.e. Essence), idea, field, habit, attitude Nåmar¨pa............................significant or oriented object, world of objects Pajånåti, paññå...................to understand, understanding Pa†igha.................................resistance Papañca................................dispersion Parijånåti.............................to see completely Phassa...................................encounter Bhava...................................being, existence Maññati................................to conceive Manasikåra..........................attention Mano....................................mind Måna....................................conceit

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Early Writings (Seeking the Path - Ñāṇavīra Thera)  

Part B includes two early essays (Nibbana and Anatta and Sketch for a Proof of Rebirth) as well as notes from a Commonplace Book and Margina...

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