AN 4.243 - 4.253 Perils of Offenses

Sep 10, 12:43 PM

4.243 A bad monk enjoys schism in the Saṅgha.
4.244 A mendicant fears offenses just as someone would fear punishment.
4.245 How training benefits, wisdom oversees, freedom is the heart, and mindfulness is in charge.
4.246 How a corpse, a hedonist, a lion, and a Buddha go to sleep.
4.247 Four people worthy of a pagoda.
4.248 Four things lead to the growth of wisdom.
4.249 Four things helpful for human beings.
4.250 Four kinds of ignoble expression by saying you don’t know what you do know.
4.251 Four kinds of noble expression by saying you don’t know what you don’t know.
4.252 Four kinds of ignoble expression by saying you do know what you don’t know.
4.253 Four kinds of noble expression by saying you do know what you do know.