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It.101 Sulabha Sutta | Cattaari Sutta These four, bhikkhus, are trifling things, easily obtained and blameless. What four? A robe made of cast-off rags is a trifling thing, easily obtained and blameless. Food gathered on almsround is a trifling thing, easily obtained and blameless. The root of a tree as a dwelling place is a trifling thing, easily obtained and blameless. Medicine consisting of putrid cow urine is a trifling thing, easily obtained and blameless. These, bhikkhus, are the four trifling things, easily ob tamed and blameless. When a bhikkhu is content with these things that are trifling and easily obtained, I say of this person that he has the requisites for recluseship." One content with what is blameless, Things trifling and easily obtained, Does not become vexed in mind When not obtaining a place to live, A robe to wear and food and drink; He has no resentment in any quarter. These are the things declared to be Suitable for a recluse's life By possession of which a bhikkhu May abide content and diligent. 45/645 Itivuttaka Khuddhaka It.102 easily obtained


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