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The objector feels that it is contradictory for Chandraklrti to refer to Bodhisattvas as “Children of Conquerors” (rGyal ba’i sras), while also claiming that Buddhas are born from Bodhisattvas. If Buddhas are bom from Bodhisattvas, Bodhisattvas cannot be bom from Buddhas. ” In Jay-dzun-ba’s explanation of Chandraklrti’s reply he asserts that Bodhisattvas are called Children of Conquerors because they are bom from the teaching o f certain Buddhas. A person first be comes a Bodhisattva in dependence upon hearing the speech of a Buddha.
109) of in terpreting the metaphors in this way. The first argument by the opponent is that such an interpretation of the “waxing crescent moon” metaphor contradicts a passage in Nagaijuna’s Praise for the Element o f Reality (Dharmadhatustotra), in which a first ground Bodhisattva’s perception of the Truth Body is compared to a perception of a waxing crescent moon. The opponent argues that since Nagaijuna compares a first ground Bodhisattva to a waxing crescent moon, the Bodhisattva whom Buddha compares to a waxing crescent moon in the sutra passage quoted by Chandra klrti is also a first ground Bodhisattva on the path of seeing, and not a novice Bodhisattva who has just entered the path of accu mulation.
Then, in the first step, the meditator gradually builds up a strong sense of intimacy with all sentient beings by considering how each has at some time been his mother. The second step is for the meditator to become mindful of the great kindness of other sentient beings, especially such kindness as they have shown him in the role of mother. In each lifetime one is depen dent upon one’s mother from the time of conception. A mother undergoes great suffering on her child’s behalf; without her efforts, the child would die or live an animal-like existence.