gzhan 'byor lnga

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the five favors conditioned by/ occuring through others [R] [IW]

the five favors conditioned by/ occuring through others [among the 'byor pa bcu, necessary for enlightnment: five events occuring through others, five circumstancial endowments ; 1) sangs rgyas byon pa. = the presence of a Buddha. 2) de'i dam chos gsung pa. =the presence of/ that he has taught the Dharma. 3) bstan pa gnas pa. = the flourishing/remaining of the practices of dharma. 4) [[de'i rjes su 'jug pa['i dge 'dun yod pa]] = the existence of monastic order/ sangha/ OR tha the teachings are followed 5) gzhen gyi snying brtse ba. = being under the care of a compassionate person, Or chos kyi mthun rkyen tshang ba that all the conditions of dharma are complete] [IW]

sangs rgyas 'jig rten du byon, chos gsung, bstan pa gnas, de la 'jug pa yod, chos ston pa yod pa ste gzhan 'byor lnga The 'five riches from others' are that a buddha appeared in the world, that he taught the Dharma, that the doctrine remains, that there are people who follow it and that there are Dharma teachers. [RY]

the five circumstantial advantages [RY]

five riches from others [RY]

five (events, benefits, wealths), which affect one indirectly [JV]

five events occurring through others, five circumstantial endowments. 1) sangs rgyas byon pa the presence of a Buddha. 2) de'i dam chos gsung pa =the presence of the Dharma. 3) bstan pa gnas pa the flourishing of the practices of dharma. 4) de'i rjes su 'jug pa'i dge 'dun yod pa the existence of monastic order. 5) gzhan gyi snying brtse ba being under the care of a compassionate person [RY]