[Buddha-l] Prof. Guenther, may he RIP

John Willemsens advaya at euronet.nl
Mon Apr 10 00:55:56 MDT 2006

How does "equanimity" fit in here?
John Willemsens.
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  Yes, in the case of "mood", it can also be generally (since mood is a general temperamental or emotionally loaded tone ) either positive or negative. 
  Perhaps cetika could better be rendered as "general" rather than "abstract." 

  I do not think that language recognizes the possibiity of an " indifferent mood." Mood has to be either positive or negative. Indifference describes an attitude more than a mood, since there presumably is no feeling (or emotion) with indifference.
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