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Academic Sutta NameNotes PSA PlaeVaggaNikayaPTSKeywords
A.10_040 Aanandasa"nghasaamaggii Sutta The ten causes of unity in the monastic community (sa"nghasaamaggii) are enumerated as follows: 1. when injustice is recognized to be unjust; 2. when justice is recognized to be just; 3. when something not in the monastic code of conduct is recognized not to be in the monastic code of conduct; 4. when something in the monastic code of conduct is recognized to be in the monastic code of conduct; 5. when something which is not the Tathaagata's teaching is recognized not to be the Tathaagata's teaching; 6. when something which is the Tathaagata's teaching is recognized to be the Tathaagatha's teaching; 7. when something which the Tathaagata has never practised is recognized to be something the Tathaagata has never practised; 8. when something which the Tathaagata practised is recognized to be something the Tathaagata has practised; 9. when something which the Tathaagata has never legislated is recognized to be something the Tathaagata has never legislated, and; 10. when something which the Tathaagata legislated is recognized to be something the Tathaagata has legislated. Such recognitions cause monks in the community not to abandon each other, not to be divided, to be able to share in monastic functions, chant the patimokkha together. 38/139 Dasaka Nipaata, Pa.thama Pa.n.naasaka A"nguttara A.i.


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