What does the Elder (also called Maha Pala and Palita) refuse to do (hint: it is related to the “Four Postures,” which Molloy doesn’t cover-Google it!), and what are the negative and positive consequences of that?

Prior to beginning work on this discussion, read the Schantz (2014)  “A Young Scholar’s Guide to Building a Professional Network” article,  review the Divisions listed on the APA website paying special attention to the divisions that may interest you, and review theO*Net Online website .
In  your initial post, identify one division related to your career  interest that you would consider joining and one specific job related to  that division. Conduct a search on your chosen job using O*Net Online.  Briefly elaborate on the information provided on the job you searched,  and be sure to include educational requirements, duties, future outlook,  and salaries related to the position. Use the Internet to search for  and compile information about the leading employer prospects for this  position in your geographical area. Compare and contrast the compiled  information with that from O* Net. Include expected duties, number of  job offerings found, educational requirements, job experience, and  salary levels where applicable. Analyze psychology as a profession and  assess the role the APA could play in aiding you in the development of a  professional network. Briefly detail an initial plan for building your  professional network as well as obtaining your selected job.
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For this assignment, we will be discussing pages 146 to 175 Buddhist Legends in class.  You may read the story “Why Cry For the Moon,” on pages 159-166 if you like, but it is not part of the assigned reading (although it’s a very interesting story.)
As you read those pages, see if you can find the answers to these questions.
You must include direct quotations from the Buddhist Legends in your answers in order to earn full points.
1.  What does this reading say about what lay people do for Buddhist monks?
2.  Did you find what Molloy calls “The Three Marks of Reality”  in this reading? If so, what are they and where did you find them?
3.  What does the Elder (also called Maha Pala and Palita) refuse to do (hint: it is related to the “Four Postures,” which Molloy doesn’t cover-Google it!), and what are the negative and positive consequences of that?
4.  What is the relationship of Maha Pala to his brother?
5.  Why did Maha Pala become blind (hint: there are two answers)?
6.  What does Tissa (called “Tissa the Fat” in the heading of this section) do wrong in this life? And what did he do wrong in his past life?
7.  What do the barren wife and the fruitful wife do wrong?
 
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