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Sīlavanta Sutta

1. Sīlavanta Sutta.– Sāriputta tells Mahā-Koṭṭhika, in answer to a question, that the virtuous monk should methodically ponder on the five aggregates of attachment. S.iii.167.

2. Sīlavanta Sutta.– Wherever a virtuous monk dwells, the people make much merit by body, speech, and thought. A.i.151.

3. Sīlavanta Sutta.– Endowed with five things a monk is pleasing to his fellow monks and revered by them. What five? A monk is virtuous and dwells restrained by the Pāṭimokkha, he is endowed with proper conduct and resort, fearful of the slightest fault, he is learned, remembers what he has learnt, and able to teach the Dhamma in detail, he has a pleasant and unhurried speech, is able to develop the four absorptions (jhāna) at will, and has attained the destruction of the corruptions (āsava). A.iii.113.


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