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Sāriputta explains what right view consists of, taking in reverse order the cahin of dependant origination, which makes the link between observable suffering and. Venerable Sāriputta gives a detailed explanation of right view, the first factor of the noble eightfold path. At the prompting of the other mendicants, he approaches. Discourse on Right View (Sammaditthi Sutta). Majjhima Nikaya 9. This Sutta is included in The Heart of Buddha's Teaching", Thich Nhat Hanh. This is what I.
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How can he or she arrive at the true Dharma? Please explain your statementsand after we have heard your teachings, we will bear them in mind. Friends, when a noble disciple understands the unwholesome and the roots of the unwholesome as well as sammaditthi sutta wholesome and the roots of the wholesome, then that disciple has Right View, a view that is upright.
He or she is endowed with unshakable confidence in the Dharma and has arrived at the true Sammaditthi sutta. Friends, destroying life, taking what is not given, and sexual misconduct are unwholesome.
Lying, slandering, harsh words, and frivolous sammaditthi sutta are unwholesome. Covetousness, ill-will, and wrong views are unwholesome.
The roots of the unwholesome are greed, hatred, and delusion. The roots of the wholesome are the absence of greed, hatred, and delusion. He or she sammaditthi sutta delusion, gives rise to understanding, and right now in this very life puts an end to suffering.
Friends, there are four kinds of nourishment that support beings who have already come to be and those who are seeking a new existence. They are edible food, coarse or fine; the food of sense impressions; the food of intention; and the food of consciousness.
Nourishment originates where greed originates, and nourishment ceases when greed ceases.
The Path that leads to the cessation of nourishment is the Noble Eightfold Path. When a disciple understands this, he or sammaditthi sutta entirely transforms these tendencies.
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Birth, old age, sickness, death, sammaditthi sutta, lamentation, pain, discontent, and agitation are suffering. Not to have what you want is suffering.
In short, grasping the five sammaditthi sutta is suffering. With the cessation of becoming, there is the cessation of birth. The way leading sammaditthi sutta the cessation of birth is just this eightfold noble path, that is right view, right intention, right speech, right action, right livelihood, right effort, right awareness, right concentration.
Sammaditthi Sutta (MN 9)
When, friends, a noble disciple thus understands birth, thus understands the arising of birth, thus understands the cessation of birth, thus understands the way leading to the cessation of birth, having completely forsaken the latent tendency to craving, having got rid of the latent tendency to aversion, having abolished the latent tendency to the view and conceit 'I am', sammaditthi sutta forsaken ignorance and given rise to knowledge, he makes an end of birth here and now.
Becoming When, friends, a noble disciple understands becoming, understands the arising of becoming, understands the cessation of becoming, understands the way leading to the cessation of becoming, in this way too, friends, a noble disciple is [possessed of] right view, of straight view, endowed with the perfect clarity of Sammaditthi sutta, having arrived at this saddhamma.
And what, friends, is becoming, what is the arising of becoming, what is the cessation of becoming, what is the way leading to the cessation of becoming?
There are, friends, three types of becoming: With the cessation of clinging, there is the cessation of becoming.
The way sammaditthi sutta to the cessation of becoming is just this eightfold noble path, that is right view, right intention, right speech, right action, right livelihood, right effort, right awareness, right concentration.