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Saɱyutta Nikāya
3. Khandhā Vagga
23. Rādha Saɱyuttaɱ
1. Māra Vagga

Suttas Linked to Rādha

1. Māra

Suttas 1-46

Translated from the Pali by
Michael M. Olds

 


 

Sutta 10

Dutiya Chanda-Rāga Suttaɱ

Lustful Desire (2)

[10.1][pts][bodh] I HEAR TELL:

Once upon a time, The Lucky man, Sāvatthi-town revisiting,
Jeta Grove,
Anathapiṇḍika's Park.

Then one time there the Ancient Rādha drew near Bhagava,
gave salutation,
and took a seat to one side.

At that time, so seated,
the Lucky Man said this to the Ancient Radha:

"That desire,
that lust,
that delight,
that thirst
that effort to grasp at
those mental states,
stubbornly adhering to dogmatic views,
and lurking tendencies there are
for form, Rādha,
put them away.

Thus put away,
form will become,
like an uprooted palm tree,
a thing without future prospects.

"That desire,
that lust,
that delight,
that thirst
that effort to grasp at
those mental states,
stubbornly adhering to dogmatic views,
and lurking tendencies there are
for sense experience, Rādha,
put them away.

Thus put away,
sense experience will become,
like an uprooted palm tree,
a thing without future prospects.

"That desire,
that lust,
that delight,
that thirst
that effort to grasp at
those mental states,
stubbornly adhering to dogmatic views,
and lurking tendencies there are
for perception, Rādha,
put them away.

Thus put away,
perception will become,
like an uprooted palm tree,
a thing without future prospects.

"That desire,
that lust,
that delight,
that thirst
that effort to grasp at
those mental states,
stubbornly adhering to dogmatic views,
and lurking tendencies there are
for own-making, Rādha,
put them away.

Thus put away,
own-making will become,
like an uprooted palm tree,
a thing without future prospects.

"That desire,
that lust,
that delight,
that thirst
that effort to grasp at
those mental states,
stubbornly adhering to dogmatic views,
and lurking tendencies there are
for consciousness, Rādha,
put them away.

Thus put away,
consciousness will become,
like an uprooted palm tree,
a thing without future prospects.

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