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- TEN WAYS OF MAKING MERIT
- Itivuttaka, sutta 22. 2. Dhammapada, v.
- Was the Buddha Omniscient?
- the Sabbapariņņā Sutta (Itivuttaka, Sutta 7). Here the Buddha is reported to say,.
- The Removal of Distracting Thoughts (Vitakka-santhāna Sutta)
- Thoughts (Vitakkasa hāna Sutta) was heard by me in this way. “I” refers to the . ( bojjha ga) in the commentary to the Satipa hāna Sutta.
- The Mission Accomplished
- 6. The Sutta Vibhanga and the Khandakas. 7.
- Ideal Solitude
- Itivuttaka. M. Majjhima Nikåya.
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Suggested Web Resources
- Itivuttaka: This Was Said (by the Buddha)
- Home · Random sutta · Random article · Abbreviations · Glossary · Index · Help! Tipitaka · Khuddaka. Itivuttaka Introductions to the Itivuttaka.
- Itivuttaka - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The Itivuttaka (Pali for "as it was said") is a Buddhist scripture, part of the Pali Canon of Theravada It is included there in the Sutta Pitaka's Khuddaka Nikaya.
- Itivuttaka Sutta Quote - Of all the ways you can think of, none has a
- Of all the ways you can think of, none has a sixteenth part of the value of loving- kindness. Loving-kindness is a freedom of the heart which takes in all the ways.
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