Yasna 31.2, the sacred verse or gatha per the ancient commentaries:


When the eyes (áish) do not value (nöit úrvánä) the brilliant course that is beyond doubt, (adváw)

The more wondrous, (vah) and awe-inspiring vision/sight,( dereshtá)

Ultimately all advance (yö) to Your Self,

When becoming wise (vaädá) to the wondrous counsel (ratüm) of ahúrá,

All goodness reaches (áns) me through ma(n)zdá,

Whenever living (jvá) in harmony with ashá/artá.

Explanation of the Avestan Words:

When the eyes (áish) do not value (nöit úrvánä) the brilliant course that is beyond doubt (adváw)

Áish: Sanskrit. akshi “the eye;” Lithuanian. akis, Gothic. Augo, Old High German ouga, Old. Norse. auga, Danish. øie, German. Auge, “eye.”

Nöit: not.

Úrvánä from the root vr: strength, VALOR to choose, potency, power, energy, SOUL,value, worth, virtue.
Adváw: the brilliant course that is beyond doubt; compare Old Norse dagaz;daylight, clearly visible.

The ancient commentary adds that there is no doubt in the matter of Yazataas; the adorable powers/virtues of an ALL GOOD, GENIUS GD

The more wondrous, (vah) and awe-inspiring vision/sight( dereshtá)

Vah: wow, amazement, wonder, delight.

dereshtá from deresh: Sanskrit Darsha, Latin. Draco, dragon,”the one with the fierce glance/eyes, Greek. Drakon. derkesthai “to see clearly,” ProtoIndo European derk- “to see.”

The ancient commentary adds that by examples from the existence, the more awe-inspiring and wondrous vision is revealed.

Ultimately all advance (yö) to Your Self

Yö: to go, advance, Germanic gai-/gæ
When becoming wise (vaädá) to the wondrous counsel (ratüm) of ahúrá

Vaädá: German. wissen, Gothic.witan “to know”

Ratüm from ratü: Old.Norse. raða, German. raten “to advise, counsel, solve a riddle.

All goodness reaches (áns) me through ma(n)zdá

Whenever living (jvá) in harmony with ashá/artá

Jvá: Sanskrit. jivah “alive, living;” Old. English.cwic “alive;” Lithuanian. gyvas “living, alive;”

Ashá/artá: divine artfulness, skill, excellence, virtue, goodness. Compare with Greek arete, “virtue, excellence.”

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