|Academic||Sutta Name||Notes||PSA Plae||Vagga||Nikaya||PTS||Keywords|
|AN.IV.194||Saapugiyaa Sutta||There are four sorts of striving: |
1. striving for pure self-discipline [siilaparisuddhi];
2. striving for purity of mind [cittaparisuddhi];
3. striving for purity of views [di.t.thiparisuddhi], and;
4. striving for pure liberation [vimuttiparisuddhi].
All of these forms of striving are taught by the Buddha for purification of beings, for passing over grief and distress, for making and end of sorrow and lamentation and for reaching Nirvana.
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