II. Nidāna Vagga
XXI. Bhikkhu Saɱyutta
The Book of the Kindred Sayings
II. The Nidana Book
21. The Kindred Sayings about Brethren
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The Pali Text Society
The Exalted One was once staying near Savatthī at the Jeta Grove in Anāthapiṇḍika's Park.
 Then the Exalted One said this:
'What is it, Tissa, that you sit there unhappy, sorrowful, the tears rolling down?'
 'That is because, Tissa, thou wilt do the talking, and dost not bear with their talk.
 Not meet is it for thee, Tissa, a clansman who in faith didst leave the world, the home for the homeless, to be the talker and not suffer the talk of others.
Meet it is for such as thee, if thou be the talker, to suffer also that others talk.'
 The Exalted One spake this.
The Wellfarer so saying, the Master spake this yet further:
Now why be wrath? Nay, Tissa, be not wrath!
To bear no anger, this is best for thee.
Yea, to suppress anger, conceit and guile 
For this we live the living tht's divine.
 See Pss. of the Brethren, p. 43; cf. below, iii (text), p. 106.
 On this stock Pali phrase see JPTS, 1909-10, s.v. sañjambhari, Dialogues i, 255; A. i, 187. See *Sañjambhariŋ karoti.
 The Comy. explains that he appeared in the Order smartly attired, and still gave himself the airs of a young noble, not carrying out the duties of a novice. An original 'Jātaka' is added.
 Reading kodha-māna-maccha-vinaya-.