Bibliotheca Indica Volume 2

Bibliotheca Indica Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1856 edition. Excerpt: ... me have a wife, --again, let me be born, --again, let me have wealth, --again, let me perform work." "As long as he," who is thus desirous and endeavouring of getting all, a wife, &c., "as long as he does not obtain one of them," one of what has been mentioned, a wife, &c., "so long he thinks himself incomplete." At last when he obtains all of them, his completeness ensues; but when he cannot accomplish his completeness, he is in the state of incompleteness; then for the accomplishing of his completeness, the text says: "His completeness," the completeness of him, who, as before mentioned is conscious of incompleteness "is this." What? (To show this), the totality of effect and cause is divided. Here (in this division) " the mind is" (for every thing else, produced from the totality of cause and effect is governed by it), by its superiority, "his self (the soul)" which means like his self, as the master of the family is like the soul of the wives, &c., because his wife, son, &c., follow him. In the same manner is the mind here assumed as the self for the sake of Life is their offspring, the eye the wealth of man; for by the eyes one obtains it, --the ear the wealth of the gods; for by the ear one hears it; self is even his work, --for by self one performs work. The sacrifice is five-fold, the animal five-fold, the man fivefold, five-fold this all whatsoever. Whosoever thus knows, the same obtains this all. In completeness; "and" thus also " speech his wife," on account of speech, being in like manner governed by the mind. Speech, viz. sound, whose characteristic is directing, &c., is received by the mind through the ear, &c., more

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  • Paperback | 106 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 6mm | 204g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236973720
  • 9781236973726