2011年4月29日星期五

第三章 動機和肉類 4

Shravasti Dhammika, To EAT OR NOT TO EAT MEAT: A BUDDHIST REFLECTION

Chapter 3 Motivation and meat

4. The Buddha highlighted this point when he said that right actions are a type of consideration or thoughtfulness (saraniya) to others that lead to “love, respect, kind regard, harmony and peace”. (piyakarana garukarana sangahaya avivadaya samaggiya…, Anguttara Nikaya III,289). Just so that there can be no uncertainty about what the Buddha said here, piya = love; karana = making, causing; garu = respect, esteem; sangaha, sympathy, togetherness, mutuality; avivada = non-dispute, harmony; samagga = peace, concord.

達爾卡法師 著   伍煥炤 譯 :《吃肉還是不吃肉:佛教的反思》

第三章  動機和肉類

4.  佛陀對此加以強調,指出正當的行為是一種對別人的關懷或體貼 (saraniya),能帶來「愛心、尊重、親切的關心、和諧和安樂」(piyakarana garukarana sangahaya avivadaya samaggiya… 《增支部》III, 289)。毫無疑問,佛陀在這裏的說話可譯成piya = 愛;karana = 造成、導致;garu = 尊重、尊敬;sangaha = 同情心、團結、親密無間;avivada = 沒有爭議、和諧;samagga = 安樂、和睦。

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