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Academic Sutta NameNotes PSA PlaeVaggaNikayaPTSKeywords
AN.IV.222 Di.t.thi Sutta Those possessing the following four traits bring destruction and damage to the fool [bala] and makes him receive blame from the wise and attracts demerit to him:
1. False View [micchaa di.t.thii]; 2. unwholesome bodily conduct [kaayaducarita];
3. unwholesome verbal conduct [vaciiducarita], and;
4. unwholesome mental conduct [manoducarita];
However, those possessing the following four virtues protects the wise one from destruction and damage, from criticism by the wise and attracts much merit to him:
1. Right View [sammaa di.t.thii]; 2. wholesome bodily conduct [kaayasucarita];
3. wholesome verbal conduct [vaciisucarita], and;
4. wholesome mental conduct [manosucarita];
35/573b Catukanipaata Unallocated Pa.n.naasaka A"nguttara A.ii.


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