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RN103 essay - Yun 1 Yun, Seongwhan RN 103 Spring 2008...

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Yun 1 Yun, Seongwhan RN 103 Spring 2008 Professor Cogan 2/22/08 B hadāra yaka Upanishad A wise one once said, “Death gives us sleep, eternal youth, and immortality”. In the selected passage from the B hadāra yaka Upanishad , there are explanations that awareness is the heart of the subjectivity of anything. This analogy will show that Brahman is directly related to Atman; and Brahman and its notion of the foremost spirit found in Hinduism is the Immense Being. First, this passage is chosen from the second chapter of B hadāra yaka Upanishad . The B hadāra yaka Upanishad is divided into three sections: Madhu Kanda , Muni Kanda (or Yajnavalkya Kanda ) and Khila Kanda . In our case, we are analyzing Muni Kanda; which includes the conversations between the sage Yajnavalkya and his wife, Maitreyi. Here, Maitreyi questions her husband about the relationship between immortality and wealth. Yajnavalkya replies that immortality is just a timeless existence and that no amount of money will make her immortal. He also answers that everyone
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course ES 105 taught by Professor Kurtz during the Spring '08 term at BU.

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