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Sa.myutta Nikaaya
IV. Sa.laayatana Vagga
35: Sa.laayatana Sa.myutta
Pa~n~naasaka Dutiya
3. Gilaana Vagga

The Connected Discourses of the Buddha
IV. The Book of the Six Sense Bases
35: Connected Discourses on the Six Sense Bases
The Second Fifty
3. Sick

Suttas 79-80

Translated by Bhikkhu Bodhi

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[49] [1160]

Sutta 79

Pathama Avijjaa Sutta.m

Abandoning Ignorance 1

[1][pts] Then a certain bhikkhu approached the Blessed One ... and said to him:

"Venerable sir, is there one thing through the abandoning of which ignorance is abandoned by a bhikkhu and true knowledge arises?"

"There is one thing, bhikkhu, through the abandoning of which ignorance is abandoned by a bhikkhu and true knowledge arises."

"And what is that one thing, venerable sir."

[50] "Ignorance, bhikkhu, is that one thing through the abandoning of which ignorance is abandoned by a bhikkhu and true knowledge arises."

"But, venerable sir, how should a bhikkhu know, how should he see, for ignorance to be abandoned by him and true knowledge to arise?"

"Bhikkhu, when a bhikkhu knows and sees the eye as impermanent, ignorance is abandoned by him and true knowledge arises.

When he knows and sees forms as impermanent ...

When he knows and sees as impermanent whatever feeling arises with mind-contact as condition ... ignorance is abandoned by him and true knowledge arises.

"When, bhikkhu, a bhikkhu knows and sees thus, ignorance is abandoned by him and true knowledge arises."

 


 

Sutta 80

Dutiya Avijjaa Sutta.m

Abandoning Ignorance 2

[1][pts][than][olds] (As above down to:)

"But, venerable sir, how should a bhikkhu know, how should he see, for ignorance to be abandoned by him and true knowledge to arise?"

"Here, bhikkhu, a bhikkhu has heard,

'Nothing is worth adhering to.'

When a bhikkhu has heard,

'Nothing is worth adhering to,'

he directly knows everything.

Having directly known everything, he fully understands everything.

Having fully understood everything, he sees all signs differently.

He sees the eye differently, he sees forms differently ... whatever feeling arises with mind-contact as condition ... that too he sees differently.

"When, bhikkhu, a bhikkhu knows and sees thus, ignorance is abandoned by him and true knowledge arises."

 


 

Sutta 77

Dutiya Raadha Sutta.m

Raadha

[1][pts] ...

"Raadha, you should abandon desire for whatever is suffering." ...

 


 

Sutta 78

Tatiya Raadha Sutta.m

Raadha

[1][pts] ...

"Raadha, you should abandon desire for whatever is nonself."...

 


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