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Anguttara Nikaya
Pañcaka-Nipāta
12. Andhakavinda Vagga

Sutta 113

Tolerant

Translated by Kumara Bhikkhu

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[1][pts]

"Bhikkhus, possessed of five things a bhikkhu is unable to live engaging in proper composure.

What five?

Here, a bhikkhu is intolerant of (visual) forms,
intolerant of sounds,
intolerant of odours,
intolerant of tastes,
intolerant of physical sensations.

Possessed with these five things
a bhikkhu is unable to live engaging in proper composure."

"Bhikkhus, possessed of five things
a bhikkhu is able to live engaging in proper composure.

What five?

Here, a bhikkhu is tolerant of (visual) forms,
tolerant of sounds,
tolerant of odours,
tolerant of tastes,
tolerant of physical sensations.

Possessed with these five things
a bhikkhu is able to live engaging in proper composure."


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