By Edward Conze (editor and translator)
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V 5 d. P 436 b 1-439 a 3 V 5 e. P 439 a 3-442 b P 442 b-445 a 7 V 5f. V 5 g. 1. P 445 a 7. A Kxvii 454. S ch. 50. Ad ch. 60. V 5 g. 2. a. Introduction. P 447 a 4. A xxviii 459 b. The emrusting in connection with the Tathagata. Weak, medium, strong. A 460. c. Thc entrusting in connection with tke Bodhi. sattva. Weak, mndium, strong, A 463. 3. P 449 a 4. A 464-464 a. V 5 11. Thc great cnliglrte~rmmt. 1. The great enlightenment consisting iu the cognitions - V 5 a. , 7. The uninapcded conccn~ration.
The final relief; 7. he becomes an island (to the world), (and) 8. acts as a leader (to it); 9. he does not (in his mind) turn towards (any beings as to real persons whom he might really benefit), EDWARD CONZE 10. ) cannot be realized through the three vehicles, 11. and finally there is the activity of bcing a means (or route) to salvation. TV, 5,4. The marks of own-being. e. the own-being) is (here) intended, a therefore it is understood t o be the fourth mark. (The points are: The essential nature of those who unde training is) 1.
11. N,3. The qualities. v. 12 a , b. There are fourteen (virtuous) qualities (which are ob tained as a result of the endeavours), beginning with th waning of the power of the Mares. 12. 13. 14. ment One realiscr the areat aim Le. e. e. e. action for others after one has won enlightenment) One ean judge the character of differcnt countries (as t o how far they are snitablo for preaching the perfwtion of wisdom) All dharmas without outflows are perfected One becomes a person who can communicate the doctrine t o others Onc cannot be deflected from enlightenment An uncommon store of merit is acquired The pledges (one has made on behalf of others) are genuinely redeemed One receives a sublime reward One ia active for the weal of beings Onc is certain t o win (perfect wisdom) - 311 a 3 224 311 a 4 224 311 b 4 225 313 a 2 226 313 b 3 22 7 313 b 7 227 313 b 8 227 314 a 1 314 a 9 227 228 314 b 2 228 314 b 8 239 Abl~isamayiiladkHra EDWARD CONZE IV, 4.
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