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Aŋguttara Nikāya
Pañcaka Nipāta
I: Sekha-Bala Vagga

The Book of the Gradual Sayings
The Book of the Fives
I: The Learner's Powers

Sutta 10

Without respect

Translated by E. M. Hare

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[8] [6]

[1][bodh] 'Monks, possessed of five things an unruly monk, lacking in respect,
cannot attain to growth, increase and fulness in this discipline of Dhamma.[1]
What five?

Without faith an unruly monk, lacking in respect,
cannot attain to growth, increase and fulness in this discipline of Dhamma;
without conscientiousness an unruly monk, lacking in respect,
cannot attain to growth, increase and fulness in this discipline of Dhamma;
without fear of blame an unruly monk, lacking in respect,
cannot attain to growth, increase and fulness in this discipline of Dhamma;
being indolent an unruly monk, lacking in respect,
cannot attain to growth, increase and fulness in this discipline of Dhamma;
without insight an unruly monk, lacking in respect,
cannot attain to growth, increase and fulness in this discipline of Dhamma.

Monks, possessed of these five things an unruly monk, lacking in respect,
cannot attain to growth, increase and fulness in this discipline of Dhamma.

Monks, possessed of five things a humble monk, having respect,
can attain to growth, increase and fullness in this discipline of Dhamma.
What five?

With faith a humble monk, having respect,
can attain to growth, increase and fullness in this discipline of Dhamma;
with conscientiousness a humble monk, having respect,
can attain to growth, increase and fullness in this discipline of Dhamma;
with fear of blame a humble monk, having respect,
can attain to growth, increase and fullness in this discipline of Dhamma;
with energy a humble monk, having respect,
can attain to growth, increase and fullness in this discipline of Dhamma;
with insight a humble monk, having respect,
can attain to growth, increase and fullness in this discipline of Dhamma.

 


[1] This is a stock phrase; cf. A. ii, 26; It. 113; Vin. i, 60.


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