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གང་ཞིགའཁོར་འདསཆོས་རྣམས་ཐམས་ཅདཀྱིརྒྱུ་འབྲསནམ་ཡངབསླུ་བ་མེདམཐོངཞིང། །དམིགས་པའི་གཏད་སོགང་ཡིནཀུནཞིག་པདེ་ནིསངས་རྒྱསདགྱེས་པི་ལམ་ལ་ཞུགས

[ZR] One who sees the cause and effect of all phenomena
Of both cyclic existence and the state beyond sorrow as forever unbetraying,
And for whom any object trusted in by the grasping mind has completely disappeared,
Has at that time entered the path pleasing the Buddhas.


[AP] Whoever sees that cause and effect operate infallibly

For all the phenomena of samsara and nirvana,

And for whom any objects of conceptual focus have subsided,

Has set out upon the path delighting all the buddhas.


[GW] One who sees the infallible cause and effect

Of all phenomena in samsara and nirvana, 

And destroys all false perceptions,
Has entered the path that pleases the Buddha.


[UR] He who sees the never failing 

Cause-and-fruit of all dharmas temporal and eternal,

And has destroyed whatever is the basis of imagination,

Has entered the Path beloved of the Buddha


[RT] Who sees the inexorable causality of all things

Both of cyclic life and liberation

And destroys any sort of conviction of objectivity -

Thereby enters the path pleasing to the Victors.