But the Mahayanist has discovered no such principle. Nascitur adhuc ex hac Arbore genus Gummi, quod easdem Virtutes habet atque Gummi Arabicum/' The tree in question is the Wood Apple, Feronia elephantum Corr., the Sinhalese Diwul. •• Bob enim Arabice densatum senat/' Clusius, Esoticorum, X, p. Hermann included it twice in his list, under the name Talebo, but he described it as flore puniceo stercus humanum redolente.’" The Sinhalese name is usually written Telambu. "" Cocos Melk sive Cocos Lac, nobis inservit loco Lactis Amygdalarum pro Floribus Alvi, refrigerat 8c moderatur acrimonias lutosarum Materiarum in Visceribus.
It occurs either when one principle is found to include the other — in which case the opposition was apparent but not real — or when a higher principle is discovered which transcends and includes both. Extus autem plurimum inservit in eundem finem cum Emplastris 8c Linimentis. The tree is Stercu Ua foetidal^,, according to Linnaeus, - ' who quoted Grimm’s name for that species. Caeterum pr^terquam quod ad omnigenas Concoctiones alterius vice cumque bona ratione usui esse potest, praebet etiam Spiritum qui praestantissimum est Medica- mentum Sudorum promovens contra quavis Impuritates, Lues, Scabies, & morborum istorum dependentias.” Instructions are given for preparing Spiritus Ligni Ebeni. Cocos sive Arbor Crepitaculorum- Praeter suam satis agnitam utilitatem, suppeditat nobis in gratiam Medicinae, Chirurgiae, & Alchimiaej pulcherrimum quoddam Acetiim distillatum quod in quibusvis casibus multo melius est quam Acetiim vini, quippe non multas aut potius nullas in Fundo Faeces relinquit- Cortices ipsius quae durae sunt, atque lignosae, praebent super igne per Descensum multum Olei spissi atque nigri quod rectificari potest 8c Chirurgis inservire, non secus ac oleum ex Ligno Ebeni, Oleum recens e putaminibus ejus expressum op time commendatur etiam pro Chirurgia praesertim in adustionibus, etinim valde refrigerans est 8c dolorem mansuefacit .
However, according to them, from April 2012, the rule was changed and this period of three years was changed to four years and made applicable retrospectively, as a result of which even though approximately 200 police officers across the country had been inducted into IPS before the rule was passed, yet they were to lose the period of seniority compared to their counterparts which adversely affects their promotional prospects.
If you would teach his thought in the pig-sty, you must teach it in terms of pig-philosophy. And so the religion of every great teacher is degraded by his followers to their own level. Flos iste continet in se magnam quantitatem Liquoris qui Rorem fortissime attrahit, eum ego mane expressi Kaluwala, Alpinia Galanga L. ' Esula cujus praeter legitimam multae aliae sunt species," Grimm gives no details of any species, Esula Indica Avas Euphorbia autiquormn. ‘‘ Haec Faba exsiccatur & ex eadem pulvis conficitur qui cum Lactc Cocos, aut Jusculo assumptus, lenissime purgat Sc dolorem mitigat in Colica, Stomachum etiam Sc Viscera juvat/’ Katarodu, Clitoria ternaiea L. umhrosa Benth., but it is an upcountry species which would not be met with by Grimm. The cattle were relieved of their loads and tethered, and the men busied themselves in making fires and drawing water for the evening meal.
The meditations of Jhana and Samadhi themselves can only lead, by means of the desire they involve, to fresh Karma and new rebirths ! Every conscious state is a combination of cognition, will, and desire, (or aversion). a Electuarium.” Oct., 1917] GRIMM’S LABORATORIUM CEYLONICUM 87 ** Arbor Cinnamoi Bi Sylvestris ” Quae Canell de Matte a Portugalis Nomen habet, & a Cingalis ** Walkurundu/’ Grimm does not give any description of the tree.
But every volition is grounded in a desire as its motive. Attention is thus only possible through desire, and strong concentration or attention is essential to those very mystic meditations which form a large part of the Buddhist's method of reaching Nibbana.
Can that which is a direct contradiction of primitive Buddhism properly be called a development of it ? Flores qui rubicundi aut Violacei fulvi sunt, nobis contra morbos supradictos, imo adversus plurimos alios affectus pulcherrimam Conservam suppeditant.’' Bilin, Averrhoa Bilimbi L. Grimm’s description of the fruit and his spelling of the name are taken from Bontius. Fructus ejus paulo majores sunt quam illi quos Biliingh- bingh nobis profert, oblongam habent formam 8c in acies angulosam, ut plurimum quinque angulorum, habent etiam in se Liquorem subacidum non tamen adeo jucundum ut ipsa Ballingh- bingh (sic) . He gave the derivation of the Sinhalese name as Ka = something edible, and Marangha — to destroy : Creditur enim lignum secum gestatum aut in cubiculo servatum valere ad omnis generis veneficia. Hinc ex hac materia conficiunt vaginas, in quibus gladios 8c cultros, quos secum semper portant, custodiunt/' ' Morunga. f., is the first species of snake wood described by Garcia. of whi.h Hermann * ^ recorded that the Sinhalese used the pounded root in cases of snake bite Cardaraomum Sylvcstrc*’ quod ab Incolis Aiaghahu dicitur. True Sarsaparilla is an American species of Smilax, and Burmann^^ supposes that Grimm referred to two species of Smilax. The kade or boutique was unknown, for this was at a time before the advent of the now ubiquitous Tamby.
You cannot understand even a theorem of Euclid without volition and desire. Walknrundu is Cinnamomum multi- florum Wight, and its bark is not collected. ** Arbor Serpentaria, Slangen Boom” vel Slangen Hout. Msec Arbor vocatur a Cingalis Godhakaduru, magna est atque ramos suos simul valde inter se commixtos, non secus ac serpentes emittit ; ipsius folia potius rotundse quam longse figurse cemuntur. But it is not consistent with Buddhism, because obviously we can only get free of “ attachment ” to the world by turning our backs upon it. Ex foliis per Distillationem Aqua 8c Oleum extrahuntur quae iisdem usibus inserviunt de quibus dictum est supra quoad Bolangiam. Eandem Aquam ut 8c alias ex istis ambabus Arboribus compositas, ad Emulsiones in Dysenteria, mei moris est adhibere. He does not appear to have any idea how it was obtained, and the rest of his statements convey the impression that he was writing at random, not having made any inquiry into the products of the coconut. Ill, Part IL '' Kakuna Ghaha ; Arbor quae nobis Gummi Elemni exhibet “ Tantum Gummi nobis praebet haec Arbor quantum necessitas nostra postulat. • Arbor Granata- ’ ‘‘ Offert nobis Syrupiim Granatorum, Conservas Florum Granatorum. Linnaeus did not take up Hermann’s name, probably because he did not see a specimen. What Hermann’s plant was must, in the absence of a specimen, be uncertain, but it would appear probable that it was Randia dumetorum Lam., the Sinhalese Kukuruman. It may even be the only sensible thing to do, if we admit that the monastic ideal is both impossible and wrong. Is the similarity of names any more than a coincidence ? Haec Arbor similiter est altissima, fructus oblongos producit cum duro putamine ; Qlusius vocat eos Cydonia Bengalica^ Easdem aeque ac Cydonia vires possident 8c ex eorum pulpis res omnes confici possunt ad quas Cydonia sunt in usu. quae valde odorifera est, atque cor & Spiritus vivificat. Grimm’s Acetum distillatum is coconut vinegar ; modem taste does not prefer it to the European product. But unfortunately, his figure shows leaves and spines only, and it was drawn, not from a Ceylon specimen, but from a living plant at Hampton Court : it looks hke a piece of Carissa spinarum L., the Sinhalese Hin-karamba. Burmann, in Thesaurus Zey I aniens, accepted all the names quoted above as indicating the Pomegranate. Burmann, however, in Flora Indica, 1763, made the Ceylon plant a variety of the Pomegranate and said it differed from specimens from Coromandel in its broader leaves and its spines, but whether he had seen a specimen or was judging from Plukenet's figure cannot be decided.One of the grievances put forward by the delegation was that even though Do PT had recently cleared the empanelments and promotions of direct recruit IPS officers of different states, the officers, who had been inducted into IPS from State Police cadres from time to time, were still not getting a fair deal.Through a representation to the Minister, they sought to draw the attention of the Minister to the IPS (Regulation of Seniority Rule) wherein, for an inducted officer, one year was given for every three years of service. It is essential to Buddhism, and with it Buddhist philosophy stands* or falls. “ Grana Molucca, Grana Tiglia olficinarum, ab Incolis Gajapala vocata. ’’ Hermann - ^ recorded this under the name Gajapala, giving the pharmaceutical synonyms Grana Tiglia, Pinei nuclei mohiccani, and Lignum Moluccense or Pavana, the latter from Garcia da Orta. Grimm’s remarks do not show any acquaint- ance with the elaborate native method of preparation. Arbor ista crescit etiam in Territorio Civitatis nostrae Ca Zumbo : jucundissima est; mediocriter alta ; Folia habet rotunda, viridia atque pinguia. Decoctus autem in Oleo communi, optimum praebet Balsamum ad ulcera carnosa, 8c ad Linimenta : Contunditur etiam ut Emplas- tris immisceatur, ad Contusiones, Fracturas. Arbor Granata should be the Pomegranate, and Burmann accepts Grimm’s statement as a reference to that fruit, but Hermann did not gather a specimen or make drawing of it. Arbor Tristis " ■* Ipsius Flores Aquam nobis pr^ebent valde odoriferam quae Cordialis 8c refrigerans est atque oculorum Infiammationibus optime prodest/’ Nyctanthes arbot -trisiis L.