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It would be easier to put the waters of an ocean into the footprint of an ox than to fully explain how impermanent, impure, and odious this body is. It would be easier to roll up the earth into the size of a date, or to continue rolling it more and more until it is reduced to the size of a mustard seed, 1 1 than to try and explain everything about the faults of this body. Therefore it is to be dispensed with, as one would expectorate saliva. With this reasoning these upiisikiis were continuously engaged in culti­ vating their thinking on the teachings of emptiness, signlessness, and wish­ lessness.

Flowers were strewn to adorn [this collection] , including the utpala (blue lotus), kumuda (yellow lotus), padma (red lotus), and pw:ujarika (white lotus). And above these fragrant woods were hung five-colored banderoles made of a soft, sheer fabric like that used by the gods, kauseya silk, or multicolor brocades woven with linen. The fra­ grant wood was placed on jeweled carts that gave off either blue, yellow, red, or white light. The wheel shafts were all inlaid with seven j ewels as well; each cart had four horses attached t o it, and each o f these horses ran a s fast as the wind.

All we ask, Tathagata, is that you take pity on us and accept our donations. 368a 13 The Nirvana Sutra, Volume I But the Tathagata remained silent and did not accept their gifts. Their wishes unfulfilled, these distinguished individuals felt disheartened. Then, by means of the Buddha' s supernatural powers, they were raised above the earth to a height of seven palmyra trees, and there in the sky they remained in silence. At that time there was another group that included the king of Vaisall, his queen, consorts, and their retinue from court, together with all the other kings of Jambudvlpa, excluding Ajatasatru and the people in his capital and the villages under his control.

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