[INDOLOGY] help with 2 quotes
psdmccartney at gmail.com
Fri Mar 27 08:01:22 EDT 2015
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On Fri, Mar 27, 2015 at 5:27 PM, Martin Gansten <martin.gansten at pbhome.se>
> The first is a very concise summary of Bṛhadāraṇyaka 2.4 and/or 4.5
> (near-identical passages); the second is Kaṭha 5.13 (similar to
> Śvetāśvatara 6.13).
> Best wishes,
> Martin Gansten
> patrick mccartney wrote:
> Dear Indology Friends,
> In promotional material released by the organisation I am researching they
> have used the two following quotes in their *e-patrikā*. My problem is
> that I am struggling to locate the original Sanskrit verse or the name of
> the original text.
> 1) All I have is the following, which as you can see is a translation into
> English. I'd like to find the original text if possible.
> 'In the Upaniṣads, the sage Yājñavalkya says, “We don’t love each other
> for the sake of each other, we love each other for the sake of the divine
> Self that dwells within".'
> 2) The organisation only refers to 'Upaṇiṣad Mantra 5' as the location of
> the following verse.
> *Nityo’nityānāṁ cetanścetanānāṁ eko bahūnāṁ yo vidadhāti kāmān | tam
> ātmasthaṁ ye’nupaśyanti dhīrāsteṣāṁ śāntiḥ śāśvatīrnetareṣām ||*
> Once again, if anyone knows which upaṇiṣad this comes actually comes from
> I would really appreciate knowing.
> Thanks in advance.
> All the best,
> Patrick McCartney
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