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Published on Jan 2, 2014
The Dhammapada 法句經 -- "The Arahant" -- "阿羅漢" 07 of 26
For someone At the journey's end, Freed of sorrow, Liberated in all way, Released from all bonds, No fever exists. (90)
The mindful apply themselves; They don't amuse themselves in any abode. Like swans flying from a lake, They abandon home after home. (91)
Like the path of birds in the sky, It is hard to trace the path Of those who do not hoard, Who are judicious with their food, And whose field Is the freedom of emptiness and signlessness. (92)
Like the path of the birds in the sky, It is hard to trace the path Of those who have destroyed their toxins, Who are unattached to food, And whose field Is the freedom of emptiness and signlessness. (93)
Even the gods cherish Those who are without toxins, Who have abandoned conceit, And whose senses are clam, Like horses well tamed by a charioteer. (94)
For person Who, like the earth, is untroubled, Who is well-practiced, Who is like a pillar of Indra, Who is like a lake without mud, There is no more wandering. (95)
Calm in mind, speech, and action And released through right understanding, Such a person Is fully at peace. (96)
The person who Has gone beyond faith, Knows the Unmade, Has severed the link, Destroyed the potential [for rebirth], Is the ultimate person. (97)
In village, in forests, In low land, in high land: Delightful is the place When the Arahant dwells. (98)
Delightful are forests Where the public does not delight. There the passion-free delight, Not seeking sensual pleasure. (99)
Translated by Gil Fronsdal Read by Jack Kornfield ___________________________
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