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Dasuttara Diigha Paa.tika Vagga DN.34 D.iii.272ff.,DA.iii.1064 16/404 parisuddhipadhaniyanga It gives ten of each of the groups of numerical Dhammas from groups of one, two . . . up to ten and is a perfect example of poetry of the Vinaya like the Sanghiti Sutta. The sutta describes parisuttipadhaniyanga.
Also the ‘Two Virtues of Great Assistance’: 1. Mindfulness (sati), and; 2. Clear Comprehension (sampaja~n~na) at D.iii.273.
Also Sariputta discerns three sorts of insight: 1. knowledge of the past (atiita.msa~naa.na); 2. knowledge of the future (anaagata.msa), and; 3. knowledge of the present (paccupanna.msa) at D.iii.275.
Also Saariputta discerns the three roots of unwholesome action: 1. greed (lobha); 2. hatred (dosa), and; 3. delusion (moha) at D.iii.275.
Also Saariputta discerns the three roots of wholesome action: 1. non-greed (alobha); 2. non-hatred (adosa), and; 3. non-delusion (amoha) at D.iii.275.
Saariputta also enumerates the four virtues wheeling one to prosperity (cakka): 1. living in an amenable location (pa.tiruupadesavaasa); 2. associating with the virtuous (sappurisuupassaya); 3. setting oneself on the right course in life (attasammaapa.nidhi), and; 4. having done good deeds in the past (pubbekatapu~n~nataa) at D.iii.276.
Also enumerated are the four floods (ogha): 1. sensuality (kaamogha); 2. becoming (bhavogha); 3. views (di.t.thogha), and; 4. ignorance (avijjogha) at D.iii.276.
Also enumerated are the five categories of the mental arisings (dhammakhandha): 1. category of self-discipline (siilakhandha); 2. category of concentration (samaadhikhandha); 3. category of wisdom (pa~n~naakhandha); 4. category of liberation (vimuttikhandha), and; 5. category of the knowledge and vision of liberation (vimutti~naa.nadassana) at D.iii.279.
Also enumerated are the seven virtues which are of great assistance (bahukaaradhamma): 1. faith (saddhaa); 2. self-discipline (siila); 3. shame of evil (hiri); 4. fear of evil (ottappa); 5. great learning (baahusacca); 6. self-sacrifice (caaga), and; 7. wisdom (pa~n~naa) at D.iii.282.
Also enumerated are the seven factors of enlightenment (bojjha"nga): 1. mindfulness (sati); 2. investigation of the truth (dhammavicaya); 3. effort (viriya); 4. joy (piiti); 5. tranquility (calmness); 6. concentration (samaadhi), and; 7. equanimity (upekkhaa) at D.iii.282.
Also enumerated are the seven latent tendencies (anusaya): 1. sense-desire (kaamaraaga); 2. irritation (pa.tigha); 3. view (di.t.thi); 4. doubt (vicikicchaa); 5. conceit (maana); 6. desire for becoming (bhavaraaga), and; 7. ignorance (avijjaa) at D.iii.282.
Also enumerated are the seven qualities of a good man (sappurisadhamma): 1. knowing the cause (dhamma~n~nutaa); 2. knowing the effect (attha~n~nutaa); 3. knowing oneself (atta~n~nutaa); 4. knowing moderation (matta~n~nutaa); 5. knowing the proper time (kaala~n~nutaa); 6. knowing society (parisa~n~nutaa), and; 7. knowing others (puggala~n~nutaa, puggalaparopara~n~nutaa) at D.iii.283.


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