He, She or
It is caused by distress.
1. A particular bodhisattva
2. If and when personal distress
signals failure to perform a particular operation @best.
3. A particular bodhisattva
4. If and when the cause of
distress has been eliminated.
when distress is signalled.
when the distress signal ends.
Bodhisattva describes a life system’s innate or inherent, because
essential, capacity to solve (particular) problems.
problem, namely failure to perform a particular operation @ best, is
signalled to consciousness (i.e. to a system’s states monitoring function)
as the various intensities of discomfort, i.e. distress, suffering, anguish
and so on.
Since the bodhisattva
function applies itself to resolving particular problems of
@-less-than-best operation, the bodhisattva function was previously
iconised as a series of particular bodhisattvas.
bodhisattva function terminates when a particular problem has been solved.
Problem resolution is (self-) ‘rewarded’ either with the ending of distress
or with the samma-sambuddho (i.e. the Eureka)