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How is that issue addressed in the Pali Canon? The term for desire, in the sense of desire to act, a motivating desire, is chanda (Skt. chandas), an impulse. soo; for more refs. ). What about the leap, as it were of faith, into commitment to the Buddhist path? Is the wishful desire for enlightenment as counterproductive or unrealistic as wishing to be delivered the moon on a platter? Wishing for the moon does become possible in the Mahayana in the form of wishing for rebirth in Sukhavati, for example, which in the textual history of the Larger Sukhavati Sutra is eventually boiled down from a strenuous effort to being achievable by just one moment of sincere faith in Amitabha.

222-223) which demonstrate that their effort and striving is in vain (aphalo upakkamo... aphala",. 223). Next it is up to the Buddha to explain what type ofeffort and striving is not in vain. Those words are not in themselves semantically bound up with harsh physical practices or pain and suffering, and the Buddha tells that they are fruitful if in tune with the Middle Way. 225) pro .. ), and reduces wholesome ones. On the other hand, when he exerts himself with pain (dukkhiiya pana me attiina'fl padahato) the reverse is true, and so progress is made.

214). 222-223) which demonstrate that their effort and striving is in vain (aphalo upakkamo... aphala",. 223). Next it is up to the Buddha to explain what type ofeffort and striving is not in vain. Those words are not in themselves semantically bound up with harsh physical practices or pain and suffering, and the Buddha tells that they are fruitful if in tune with the Middle Way. 225) pro .. ), and reduces wholesome ones. On the other hand, when he exerts himself with pain (dukkhiiya pana me attiina'fl padahato) the reverse is true, and so progress is made.

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