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The wisdom of The Sutra on the Buddha’s Bequeathed Teaching

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D o not conceal your faults or put on a special appearance to delude the multitudes.




Buddhism Quote n°7911 | 
Translated by the Buddhist Text Translation Society. 





Y ou should know therefore, that everything in the world is impermanent. Meetings necessarily have separations, so do not harbor grief.




Buddhism Quote n°7895 | 
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A lways examine yourselves, and do not allow yourselves to have faults, this way you can gain liberation within my Dharma.




Buddhism Quote n°7894 | 
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F or this reason all of you should increasingly benefit yourselves by learning, considering, and cultivating wisdom.




Buddhism Quote n°7888 | 
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O ne with wisdom rides in a secure boat for crossing over the ocean of birth, old age, sickness, and death.




Buddhism Quote n°7887 | 
Translated by the Buddhist Text Translation Society. 





D estroy the darkness of delusion with the brightness of wisdom.




Buddhism Quote n°7885 | 
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T hose who allow their minds to wander freely lose the goodness that people do. By restraining it in one place there is no affair which cannot be completed.




Buddhism Quote n°7880 | 
Translated by the Buddhist Text Translation Society. 





W ith respect to merit, you should always be single-minded. Relinquish laziness as you would avoid a hateful thief.




Buddhism Quote n°7879 | 
Translated by the Buddhist Text Translation Society. 





I f you attain concentration your mind will not be scattered. It is like a household that uses its water sparingly and is able to regulate its irrigation ditches. One who cultivates concentration is also the same way; for the sake of the water of wisdom he cultivates dhyana concentration, so it doesn’t leak away.




Buddhism Quote n°7878 | 
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I f you collect your thoughts, your mind will be concentrated. If your mind is concentrated, you can know the arising and ceasing of all dharma’s appearances. All of you should constantly and vigorously cultivate concentration.




Buddhism Quote n°7877 | 
Translated by the Buddhist Text Translation Society. 





I f you lose mindfulness you will lose all merit. If your power of mindfulness is firm and strong, though you mingle with the thieves of the five desires, they cannot harm you.




Buddhism Quote n°7871 | 
Translated by the Buddhist Text Translation Society. 





Y ou should always single-mindedly and diligently seek the way out of all the moving and unmoving dharmas of the world, for they are all decaying, unfxed appearances.




Buddhism Quote n°7864 | 
Translated by the Buddhist Text Translation Society. 





Y ou should restrain the five sense organs, and do not allow them to enter the fve desires as they please.




Buddhism Quote n°7863 | 
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I f you allow yourself to have thoughts of anger, you will hinder your own Way, and lose the merit and virtue you have gained.




Buddhism Quote n°7856 | 
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Y ou should know that a heart of anger is worse than a fierce fire. You should always guard against it, and not allow it to enter you.




Buddhism Quote n°7854 | 
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O ne who is able to practice patience can be called a great person who has strength. If you are unable to happily and patiently undergo the poison of malicious abuse, as if drinking sweet dew, you cannot be called a wise person who has entered the Way.




Buddhism Quote n°7853 | 
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P atience is a virtue which neither upholding the precepts nor the ascetic practices are able to compare with.




Buddhism Quote n°7852 | 
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I f a person is able to uphold the pure precepts, he will, as a result, be able to have good dharmas. If one lacks the pure precepts, no good merit and virtue can arise. Therefore you should know that the precepts are the dwelling place for the foremost and secure merit and virtue.




Buddhism Quote n°7846 | 
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B y relying on these precepts, you will give rise to all dhyana concentrations35, and reach the wisdom of the cessation of suffering.




Buddhism Quote n°7840 | 
Translated by the Buddhist Text Translation Society. 
35 Meditative concentrations.





T houghts of flattery are contradictory to the Way. Therefore you should have a straightforward disposition of mind.




Buddhism Quote n°7826 | 
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I f thoughts of arrogance arise you should quickly destroy them, because arrogance and pride are not appropriate even among the customs of lay people, how much the less for a person who has left the home-life and entered the Way.




Buddhism Quote n°7825 | 
Translated by the Buddhist Text Translation Society. 





T hose who have shame have good dharmas; one without it is no different from the birds and beasts.




Buddhism Quote n°7824 | 
Translated by the Buddhist Text Translation Society. 





I f you want to attain the happiness of still tranquility, you only need to eliminate the error of frivolous debate.




Buddhism Quote n°7822 | 
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I f you indulge in all sorts of idle discussions, your mind will be scattered and even though you have left the home-life, you will not attain liberation.




Buddhism Quote n°7821 | 
Translated by the Buddhist Text Translation Society. 





R eceive peoples’ offerings to put an end to distress, but do not seek to obtain too much and spoil their good hearts.




Buddhism Quote n°7820 | 
Translated by the Buddhist Text Translation Society. 



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