Twice have I asked Sakka,'--so said the venerable
Mogharâ/g/an,--'but the clearly-seeing has not explained it to me; if
the divine Isi is asked for the third time, he will explain it, so I
'There is this world, the other world, Brahman's world together
with the world of the gods; I do not know thy view, the famous Gotama's
'To this man who sees what is good I have come supplicatingly with
a question: How is any one to look upon the world that the king of death
may not see him?'
'Look upon the world as void, O Mogharâ/g/an, being always
thoughtful; having destroyed the view of oneself (as really existing),
so one may overcome death; the king of death will not see him who thus
regards the world.'
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