I am looking for a translation of the Suchiloma Sutta other than the one I have found through searching on Google or some insight into the Pali.
In the story, the Demon Suchiloma wants to test the Buddha and 'strikes him with his body' whereupon the Buddha withdraws his own body.
Here is the passage I am interested in:
Thereupon the demon Suchiloma addressed Bhagava thus: "O Samana! Are you afraid of me?" (Bhagava said,) "Friend! though your touching me is sinful, (yet) I am not afraid of you."
I seem to recall reading a translation of this sutta in which the Buddha's words are translated as something like: Friend, I am not afraid of you, but still, contact with you is not pleasant.
Can anyone point to an alternate translation or to a Pali version of the sutta (along with any insight into the meaning of the passage in question)?