What is attain?

Some articles on attain:

Moksa (Jainism) - The Concept - Bhavyata
... the soul needs to expend necessary efforts to attain it ... souls are those souls who cannot attain liberation as they do not have faith in mokṣa and hence never make any efforts to attain it ...
The Path To Nirvana - Existence of Aryans Today
... To attain first step of the Magga, a meditator should obtain Samadhi in his/her mind ... (Some Buddhist scholars argue that attain Dyana is not necessary) ... The way of Vidarshana is in Satipattana Suthra which is the only way to attain Nibbana ...
Narada Bhakti Sutra - Key Concepts - Ultimate Attachment
... a list of forms of attachment is given, through which a devotee should attain a loving feeling towards God, including attachment to the Lord's qualities ... them will be blessed with devotion and attain the most dear Lord ... Yes, he will attain the most dear Lord." ...
List Of Otogi Zoshi Characters - Kuzume
... to take over the Tsuchigumo clan in order to attain a more powerfully established armada, and more slavery of women ... main plan out of this change of events was to attain the power of the Magatama of Earth ... After everyone had laid out their strategy to attain the Magatama of Earth, Kuzume personally attacks Hoshikuma with a tantō, in hopes to kill him ...
Largest Organisms - Animals - Invertebrates - Cnidarians (Cnidaria)
... of the genus Discoma, which can attain a mouth disc diameter of 60 cm (2 ft) ... of the Australasian and South Pacific oceans, which can attain a mass of 6 kg (13 lb), a 30 cm (1 ft) bell and a tentacle length up to 2 m (6.6 ft) ... The colonial siphonophore Praya dubia can attain lengths of 40–50 m (130–160 ft) ...

More definitions of "attain":

  • (verb): Reach a point in time, or a certain state or level.
    Synonyms: reach, hit

Famous quotes containing the word attain:

    Chastity is the cement of civilization and progress. Without it there is no stability in society, and without it one cannot attain the Science of Life.
    Mary Baker Eddy (1821–1910)

    In the religion of all nations a purity is hinted at, which, I fear, men never attain to.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    To me it seems that to give happiness is a far nobler goal that to attain it: and that what we exist for is much more a matter of relations to others than a matter of individual progress: much more a matter of helping others to heaven than of getting there ourselves.
    Lewis Carroll [Charles Lutwidge Dodgson] (1832–1898)