Aŋguttara Nikāya

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Aŋguttara-Nikāya
III. Tika Nipāta
XIV. Yodhājīva Vagga

Sutta 134

Uppāda Sutta

Settled

Translated from the Pali

 


 

[1][bit][pts][than] Tathāgatas appearing, beggars,
or Tathāgatas not appearing,
this stands;
It stands as a property of things,
it is a settled thing:
everything own-made is discontinuous.

This the Tathāgata wakes up to
and comprehends.
Waking up to this
and comprehending it
he describes it, points to it, makes it known;
establishes, uncovers, analyzes, and makes it plain:
everything own-made is discontinuous.

[2][pts][than] Tathāgatas appearing, beggars,
or Tathāgatas not appearing,
this stands;
It stands as a property of things,
is a settled thing:
everything own-made is pain.

This the Tathāgata wakes up to and comprehends.
Waking up to this
and comprehending it
he describes it, points to it, makes it known;
establishes, uncovers, analyzes, and makes it plain:
everything own-made is pain.

[3][pts][than] Tathāgatas appearing, beggars,
or Tathāgatas not appearing,
this stands;
It stands as a property of things,
is a settled thing:
all things are not-self.

This the Tathāgata wakes up to and comprehends.
Waking up to this
and comprehending it
he describes it, points to it, makes it known;
establishes, uncovers, analyzes, and makes it plain:
all things are not-self.

 


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