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AN.IV.185 Braahma.nasacca Sutta Four Brahmin truths set forth by the Buddha which spoken are never false are as follows:
1. All living beings are not to be harmed and practising mercy and compassion to all living beings;
2. No sense pleasure is permanent but is of a nature of suffering and change and practising for distaste for sense-pleasure for passionlessness, for making an end thereof; 3. No level of existence [bhava] is permanent but is of a nature of suffering and change and practising for distaste for sense-pleasure for passionlessness, for making an end thereof, and;
4. Has no anxiety about anything anywhere and practices for not being attached to anything.
Moreover he should have no conceit of a monk or a brahmin that 'I am better', 'I am equal' or 'I am inferior'.
35/449 Catukanipaata Catuttha Pa.n.naasaka A"nguttara A.ii.


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