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" When a body, formed of five elements to receive the reward of deeds done in its own former person, reverts to its five original principles, what room is there for regret? "
The Mythology of the Hindus - Стр. 154
авторы: Charles Coleman - 1832 - Страниц: 401
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Asiatick Researches: Or, Transactions of the Society Instituted in ..., Том 8

Asiatic Society (Calcutta, India) - 1808
...or other suitable moral sen-, tences, refraining at the same time from tears and lamentation. 1. " FOOLISH is he who seeks permanence in the "' human...plantain " tree, transient like the foam of the sea." '2. " WHEN a body, formed of five elements to re"ceive the reward of deeds done in its own former "...
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Letters on India

Lady Maria Callcott - 1814 - Страниц: 382
...refraining from tears alleviate their sorrows by the recital of such sentences as the following. " Foolish is he, who seeks permanence in the human state,...plantain tree, transient like the foam of the sea." " When a body formed of five elements, to receive the reward of deeds done in its own proper person,...
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Letters on India

Lady Maria Callcott - 1814 - Страниц: 382
...refraining from tears alleviate their sorrows by the recital of such sentences as the following. " Foolish is he, who seeks permanence in the human state,...plantain tree, transient like the foam of the sea." " When a body formed of five elements, to receive the reward of deeds done in its own proper person,...
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The Monthly Review

1832
...deceased then change their clothes, and, sitting down, utter the following or other moral sentences. ' " Foolish is he who seeks permanence in the human state...in dissolution ; and life is concluded with death." ' —pp. 151—154. To these rites we shall add the author's account of the ceremonies which are practised...
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The doomed

Alexander Hamilton (novelist.) - 1834
...perishable — the ocean — and all that they contain ; — and how skall mortal man not pass away ? All that is low must finally perish — all that is elevated must ultimately fall — all that breathes must end in dissolution — and life must end in death." A. cold,...
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The Hindoos, Том 2

Hindus - 1835
...deceased are finished, the recital of the following sentences is directed by an ancient legislator : — " Foolish is he who seeks permanence in the human state,...plantain tree, transient like the foam of the sea. When a body, formed of five elements to receive the reward of deeds done in its own former person,...
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The Hindoos, Том 2

Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain) - 1835
...deceased are finished, the recital of the following sentences is directed by an ancient legislator : — " Foolish is he who seeks permanence in the human state,...plantain tree, transient like the foam of the sea. When a body, formed of five elements to receive the reward of deeds done in its own former person,...
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Miscellaneous Essays, Том 1

Henry Thomas Colebrooke - 1837
...following or other suitable moral sentences, refraining at the same time from tears and lamentation. 1. ' Foolish is he who seeks permanence in the human state,...plantain tree, transient " like the foam of the sea." 2. " When a body, formed of five elements to receive the " reward of deeds done in its own former person,...
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Miscellaneous Essays, Том 1

Henry Thomas Colebrooke - 1837
...meet destruction?" 4. " All that is low must finally perish ; all that is ele" vated must ultimately fall ; all compound bodies must " end in dissolution, and life is concluded with death." 5. " Unwillingly do the manes of the deceased taste the " tears and rheum shed by their kinsmen ; then...
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Miscellaneous Essays, Том 1

Henry Thomas Colebrooke - 1837
...the Gods them" selves pass away: how should not that bubble, mortal " man, meet destruction?" 4. " All that is low must finally perish ; all that is elevated must ultimately fall; all compound bodies must end in dissolution, and life is concluded with death." 5....
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