Aŋguttara Nikāya


 

Aŋguttara Nikāya
Pañcaka Nipāta
III: Pañc'aŋgika Vagga

The Numerical Discourses of the Buddha
V. The Book of the Fives
III. Five Factored

Sutta 22

Dutiya Agārava Suttaɱ

Irreverent (2)

Translated from the Pali by Bhikkhu Bodhi.

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[1][pts] "(1) Bhikkhus, when a bhikkhu is irreverent and undeferential, and his behavior is uncongenial to his fellow monks, it is impossible for him to fulfill the factor of proper conduct.

(2) Without fulfilling the factor of proper conduct, it is impossible for him to fulfill the factor of a trainee.

(3) Without fulfilling the factor of a trainee, it is impossible for him to fulfill the aggregate of virtuous behavior.

(4) Without fulfilling the aggregate of virtuous behavior, it is impossible for him to fulfill the aggregate of concentration.

(5) Without fulfilling the aggregate of concentration, it is impossible for him to fulfill the aggregate of wisdom.

"(1) But, bhikkhus, when a bhikkhu is reverential and deferential, and his behavior is congenial to his fellow monks, it is possible for him to fulfill the factor of proper conduct.

(2) Having fulfilled the factor of proper conduct, it is possible for him to fulfill the factor of a trainee.

(3) Having fulfilled the factor of a trainee, it is possible for him to fulfill the aggregate of virtuous behavior.

(4) Having fulfilled the aggregate of virtuous behavior, it is possible for him to fulfill the aggregate of concentration.

[16] (5) Having fulfilled the aggregate of concentration, it is possible for him to fulfill the aggregate of wisdom."


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