Samayasara - by Acharya Kundakunda: A Sage Is Free From All Desires

uppaṇṇodayabhogo viyogabuddhie tassa so ṇiccaṃ.
kaṃkhāmaṇāgadassa ya udayassa ṇa kuvvade ṇāṇῑ..
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jo vedadi vedijjadi samaye-samaye viṇassade uhayaṃ.
 taṃ jāṇago du ṇāṇῑ uhayaṃ ṇa kaṃkhadi kayādi..
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baṃdhuvabhogaṇimitte ajjhavasāṇodayesu ṇāṇissa.
saṃsāradehavisayesu ṇeva uppajjade rāgo..
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(So uppaṇṇodayabhogo) Enjoyment of the fruits of the karma which has come into rise (tassa ṇiccaṃ viyogabuddhie) is a matter of total indifference to the enlightened sage [Jñānῑ] (ya ṇāṇῑ aṇāgadassa udayassa kaṃkhaṃ ṇa kuvvadi) and there is no expectation [desire] for the fruit of the karma which would come to rise in future.

(Jo vedadi vedijjadi uhayaṃ samaye-samaye viṇassade) He who experiences and what is being experienced [i.e., the subject as well as the object of the experience] are both transitory states [modes] characterized by instantaneousness; (taṃ jāṇago du ṇāṇῑ uhayaṃ pi kayāvi ṇa kaṃkhadi) an enlightened sage is [always] aware of both [these states] but never has any desire for them.

 (Baṃdhuvabhogaṇimitte saṃsāradehavisayesu ajjhavasāṇodayesu ṇāṇissa rāgo ṇeva uppajjade) An enlightened sage never has any liking [desire] for impulses of affection and attachment for carnal, sensual, worldly and physical pleasures produced by the fruition [rise] of karma.

Annotations:

In these verses, the author continues to depict the desireless state of an enlightened sage (jñāni).

Sources

Samayasara - by Acharya Kundakunda Publishers:
Jain Vishva Bharati University First Edition: 2009

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