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Having penetrated the last of these, they sprang into thefopen space across to the infinite world-systems. In so many of these places, there was no light in the moon, nor in the sun, nor in the host of stars; nowhere was there lustre, neither in the parks, nor in the mansions, nor in the wish-yielding tree, nor in the bodies and ornaments of the gods. Even Great Brahma, able to diffuse light throughout a billion world-systems,  became like a glow-worm at sunrise. There appeared only the mere out line of the moon, the sun, the host of stars, and the parks, mansions, and the wish-yielding tree of the gods.
Equal to the Digha and Majjhima Nikayas. * Cf. of the Brethren, p. 354. f'ilea. 20 The. Expositor £>nd depends on material food ? 1 Now each particular interval of time is well marked, well divided and well observed by the Buddhas. Accordingly the Blessed One, in preaching the doctrine in the world of men, looked at the time. He noted that it was the time for going his begging rounds. ' Then the (true) Buddha took his own bowl and robe and went to Anotatta Lake. The gods offered him a tooth-stick made of Naga creepers.
15. Those who lay it to heart. 16. Of the Blessed the Arahant, the Buddha Supreme. 17. By the un broken line of teachers. It was conveyed up till the time of the third Council by the Elders Sariputta, Bhaddaji, Sobhita, Piyajali, Piyapala, Piyadassi, Kosiyaputta, Siggava, Sandeha, Moggaliputta, Visudatta, Dhammiya,2 Dasaka, Sonaka, Revata, and others. After that, it was conveyed by a succes 1 Dhs. Table of Contents. * Or Dhammika—Pyi. Introductory Discourse 41 sion of their pupils. Thus in India it has been conveyed by an unbroken line of teachers.