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AN.IV.227 Dutiya Vohaarapatha 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. claiming not to have seen what one has really seen;
2. claiming not to have heard what one has really heard;
3. claiming not to have sensed what one has really sensed, and;
4. claiming not to have known what one has really known.
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. claiming not to have seen what one has really not seen;
2. claiming not to have heard what one has really not heard;
3. claiming not to have sensed what one has really not sensed, and;
4. claiming not to have known what one has really not known.
35/578 Catukanipaata Unallocated Pa.n.naasaka A"nguttara A.ii.


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