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Anubuddha Sutta

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Title: Anubuddha Sutta: Understanding

Summary: Why do we wander aimlessly in samsara? It&#39;s because we haven&#39;t yet realized four noble qualities.

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AN 4.1

PTS: A ii 1

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Anubuddha Sutta: Understanding

translated from the Pali by

Thanissaro Bhikkhu

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<p>I have heard that on one occasion the Blessed One was staying among the Vajjians at Bhanda Village. There he addressed the monks, “Monks!”

“Yes, lord,” the monks responded.

The Blessed One said: “It's because of not understanding and not penetrating four things that we have wandered & transmigrated on such a long, long time, you & I. Which four?

“It's because of not understanding and not penetrating noble virtue that we have wandered & transmigrated on such a long, long time, you & I.

“It's because of not understanding and not penetrating noble concentration that we have wandered & transmigrated on such a long, long time, you & I.

“It's because of not understanding and not penetrating noble discernment that we have wandered & transmigrated on such a long, long time, you & I.

“It's because of not understanding and not penetrating noble release that we have wandered & transmigrated on such a long, long time, you & I.

“But when noble virtue is understood & penetrated, when noble concentration… noble discernment… noble release is understood & penetrated, then craving for becoming is destroyed, the guide to becoming (craving & attachment) is ended, there is now no further becoming.”

That is what the Blessed One said. When the One Well-gone had said that, he — the Teacher — said further:</p>

Unexcelled virtue, concentration,

discernment, & release:

have been understood by Gotama of glorious stature. Having known them directly, he taught the Dhamma to the monks —

the Awakened One
the Teacher who has put an end to suffering & stress,
the One with vision
	totally unbound.

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