Cessation

  • (noun): A stopping.
    Example: "A cessation of the thunder"
    Synonyms: surcease

Some articles on cessation:

Sammaditthi Sutta - Text - Taints
... Understanding the taints, their origin (ignorance), cessation (the cessation of ignorance) and the way leading to their cessation (the Noble Eightfold Path), the noble disciple ...
Tobacco Cessation Clinic
... Tobacco Cessation Clinic is an initiative by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Ministry of Health of India ... Tobacco cessation activities formally began with the opening of 13 tobacco cessation clinics in Anand, Bhopal, Bangalore, Chandigarh, Chennai, Cuttack, Delhi (2), Goa, Jaipur, Lucknow ... Tobacco cessation clinics were renamed to tobacco cessation centers in 2005 ...
Sammaditthi Sutta - Text - Nutriments
... The cessation of nutriment is the cessation of craving ... The way leading to the cessation of nutriment is the Noble Eightfold Path ... Understanding nutriment, its origin, cessation and the way leading to its cessation, the noble disciple abandons greed, aversion, conceit and ignorance, arouses wisdom, ends suffering and is one of ...
Sammaditthi Sutta - Text - Twelve Causes
... The cause's cessation is its temporal predecessor's cessation (for instance, old age and death cease when birth ceases) ... The way leading to the cessation of any of these twelve causes is the Noble Eightfold Path ... Understanding any one of these twelve causes, its origin, cessation and the way leading to its cessation, the noble disciple abandons greed, aversion, conceit and ignorance, arouses wisdom, ends suffering and is one ...
Cape Codder (train) - Cessation - Revival
... The plan is to attach a couple of air-conditioned rail cars and a bike car at South Station to Boston-Middleborough/Lakeville trains, which will continue without switching to Hyannis ... Beyond that South Shore station, the Cape-bound train would stop at Wareham, Buzzards Bay, and either West Barnstable or Sandwich before arriving in Hyannis ...

Famous quotes containing the word cessation:

    ... we, like so many others who think more of working than of dying, care only to push on steadily, wishing less for cessation of toil than for strength to keep at it; and for wisdom to make it worthy of the ideal of labor and of life which we believe to be the most precious gift of Heaven to any soul.
    Elizabeth Stuart Phelps (1844–1911)