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Pay attention! Give ear! This is for your Good! For Your Profit for many a long day. Don't play with your food!

Named Form

Any thing that has come into being is a named form. A conceptualized object.

To this extent only, Ananda,
is there birth,
aging,
death,
disappearance and reappearance —
to this extent is there verbal expression —
to this extent is there getting to the root —
to this extent is there knowing —
to this extent is there scope
for discriminating and drawing distinctions —
to this extent is there this run'n-round
showing up as some sort of being 'this'
at some place of being 'at' —
that is to say:
only just as far as named-form with consciousness.
DN 15 §22