Tuesday, 5 April 2011

what is Pali Prosody?History of Pali prosody, Historical Background of Pali Prosody

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Law of Dhamma

Whenever Buddha taught the Dhamma, he never gave sermons as philosophical teaching, that is, He did not focus merely theoretical without practicing approach to the end of suffering. Learning the Dhamma merely for intellectual pursuit is not the purpose of the Buddha. There is saying that approaching to Buddhism is to end suffering. If the world is without suffering, there is no real essence of the Buddha. Since there is suffering in our world, the Buddha arises, the Dhamma shines forth.

Scientific research

Scientific research focusing on determination by laws of Nature indicates the idea that science needs the explanation on everything or phenomena that takes place in natural regularity. For example, if scientists need to study of air flow. Raising the question of how air flow is meant that they want to know in what state or condition, or what causes air flow. After research, answer comes out that air flow occurs only when there is a difference between pressures. “Air will flow from a region of high pressure to one of low pressure-- the bigger the difference, the faster the flow.” Trying to figure out the relationship of cause and effect of any phenomenon, therefore, is the important task of science.

4 Niyama Dhammasand 3 natural laws

The term “ 4 Niyāma 3” , 4 refers to four kinds of regular order, and 3 implies to natural laws which have 5 categories. They are as follows.
1. Utu Niyāma (physical inorganic order of or relating to matter and energy, derived into English as physical law) refers to a natural law describing phenomena in the nature which related to material or inanimate things such as the phenomena of thunder and rain. Even the arising and perishing of the earth is also included in the Physical laws.
2. Bīja Niyāma (physical organic order of or relating to living things or organism, derived into English as biological law) refers to a natural law describing phenomena both plants and animals.  It is the biological law that makes mango trees produce mango fruits, monkey gives birth as a monkey baby. This is so called the law of genetics. Darwin’s theory of evolution is also related to this order.
3. Citta Niyāma (order of mind, the nature of consciousness, derived into English as psychic law) refers to a natural law describing mind or mental phenomena. This law will explain about perceiving, and cognitive process on how mind function. Psychologists focus the study of a certain function of consciousness, which Abhidhamma Piaka elaborates in the full detail. Therefore, one who wants to know Psychology in Tipiaka has to study Abhidhamma Piaka.
4. Kamma Niyāma refers to order of act and result that governs all human life in general. That is, life will be good or bad, experience happiness or suffering, it depends on the karma or deeds in one’s own attention or volition of actions. Doer good beget good, doer bad beget evil. This is the karmic law.
5. Dhamma Niyāma is order of norm, or natural laws, corresponding to the conditionality of all things. Dhamma Niyāma, simply as universal law, covers all material and mental applications, constitutes the sum total of four other regular orders as the aforementioned.

Nature of Truth

The Buddha did not argue with anyone because he did not monopolize the truth. Whoever talks the truth, the Buddha will support the truth of that statement. Herein, the truth is Dhamma. The Buddha did not exclusively possess the Dhamma, anyone could access that Dhamma. Actually, Dhammas already exist in the nature, the Buddha merely found out and exposed them. Similarly to the law of gravity which already exist, Newton, a scientist, merely discovered it later.
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