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374  LESSON 14 09  2011 Anana Sutta Debtless
FREE ONLINE eNālandā Research and Practice UNIVERSITY & BUDDHIST GOOD NEWS LETTER Through http://sarvajan.ambedkar.org- FREE ONLINE CONCENTRATION PRACTICE
INSTITUTE FOR STUDENTS(FOCPIS)-
Theology- The Levels of FOCPIS Curriculum

 

AN 4.62

PTS: A ii 69

Anana Sutta: Debtless

translated from the Pali
by

Thanissaro Bhikkhu

© 1997–2011

Then Anathapindika the householder went to
the Blessed One and, on arrival, having bowed down to him, sat to one side. As
he was sitting there the Blessed One said to him: “There are these four
kinds of bliss that can be attained in the proper season, on the proper
occasions, by a householder partaking of sensuality. Which four? The bliss of
having, the bliss of [making use of] wealth, the bliss of debtlessness, the bliss
of blamelessness.

“And what is the bliss of having? There is the case where
the son of a good family has wealth earned through his efforts &
enterprise, amassed through the strength of his arm, and piled up through the
sweat of his brow, righteous wealth righteously gained. When he thinks, ‘I have
wealth earned through my efforts & enterprise, amassed through the strength
of my arm, and piled up through the sweat of my brow, righteous wealth
righteously gained,’ he experiences bliss, he experiences joy. This is called
the bliss of having.

“And what is the bliss of [making use of] wealth? There is
the case where the son of a good family, using the wealth earned through his
efforts & enterprise, amassed through the strength of his arm, and piled up
through the sweat of his brow, righteous wealth righteously gained, partakes of
his wealth and makes merit. When he thinks, ‘Using the wealth earned through my
efforts & enterprise, amassed through the strength of my arm, and piled up
through the sweat of my brow, righteous wealth righteously gained, I partake of
wealth and make merit,’ he experiences bliss, he experiences joy. This is
called the bliss of [making use of] wealth.

“And what is the bliss of debtlessness? There is the case
where the son of a good family owes no debt, great or small, to anyone at all.
When he thinks, ‘I owe no debt, great or small, to anyone at all,’ he
experiences bliss, he experiences joy. This is called the bliss of
debtlessness.

“And what is the bliss of blamelessness? There is the case
where a disciple of the noble ones is endowed with blameless bodily kamma,
blameless verbal kamma, blameless mental kamma. When he thinks, ‘I am endowed
with blameless bodily kamma, blameless verbal kamma, blameless mental kamma,’
he experiences bliss, he experiences joy. This is called the bliss of
blamelessness.

“These are the four kinds of bliss that can be attained in
the proper season, on the proper occasions, by a householder partaking of
sensuality.”

Knowing the bliss of
debtlessness, & recollecting the bliss of having, enjoying the bliss of
wealth, the mortal then sees clearly with discernment. Seeing clearly — the
wise one — he knows both sides: that these are not worth one
sixteenth-sixteenth of the bliss of blamelessness.

 

http://www.vipassana.com/canon/anguttara/index.php

 

 

http://www.metta.lk/tipitaka/2Sutta-Pitaka/4Anguttara-Nikaya/index.html

 

http://www.metta.lk/tipitaka/2Sutta-Pitaka/2Majjhima-Nikaya/index.html

 

 

http://bodhimonastery.net/bm/about-buddhism/audio/15-a-systematic-study-of-the-majjhima-nikaya.html

 

Respected Sir,

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84000 Khandas  As
Found in the Pali Suttas

Awakeness Practices


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that lead to Awakeness. This web page
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 1). There are 3 sections:

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spoken by Buddha.”I received from Buddha,” said Ananda, “82,000 Khandas,
and
  from the priests 2000; these are
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stanzas of the original text, and into 361,550, as to the stanzas of the
commentary. All the discourses including both those of Buddha and those of the
commentator, are divided  into 2,547
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The
Levels of
FOCPIS
Curriculum

1.
Department of Awaken Ones’ Studies

1.1 Foundation Curriculum

1.1.1 Foundation Curriculum:
The Core

1.1.2 Foundation Logic
Curriculum

1.1.3 Foundation Debate

1.1.4 Survey Courses

1.1.5 Self-paced Online
Review Courses

1.2 Intermediate
Curriculum

1.2.1 Intermediate
Curriculum: The Core

1.2.2 Intermediate Debate

1.3 Advanced Curriculum

1.3.1 Advanced Curriculum:
First Turning

1.3.2 Advanced Curriculum:
Second Turning

1.3.3 Advanced Curriculum:
Third Turning

1.3.4 Advanced Curriculum:
Tantra

2.
Department of Languages

Pali Language Curriculum

3.
Department of Healing

4.
Department of Arts

4.1 Traditional Arts

4.2 Visual Arts

Complete
Course Listing

FOCPIS currently offers fifty-one courses (40 courses for credit and 11
non-credit

courses) in four academic
departments, totaling 68 academic credits:

1.
Department of awakened Ones’ Studies

1.1
Foundation Curriculum:

AOS 500 Analytical
Meditation I

1.1.1
Foundation Curriculum: The Core

AOS 501 Mind and its World
I: Valid Cognition - 2 credits

AOS 502 Clear Thinking - 1
credit

AOS 510 Mind and its World
II: Mental Events & Causality - 2 credits

AOS 520 Mind and its World
III: Modes of Engagement - 2 credits

AOS 530 Mind and its World
IV: Vaibhāshika and Sautrāntika Philosophical Traditions - 2

credits

1.1.2
Foundation Curriculum: Logic

AOS 550 Unraveling Logic
in Buddhist Texts I - 1 credit

AOS 551 Unraveling Logic
in Buddhist Texts II - 1 credit

AOS 552 Classifications of
Reasons - 2 credits

1.1.3
Foundation Curriculum: Debate

AOS 553 Foundational
Debate I - 1 credit

AOS 554 Foundational
Debate II - 1 credit

AOS 555 Foundational
Debate III - 1 credit

AOS 556 Online Debate - 1
credit

1.1.5
Self-paced Online Review Courses

AOS 591 Clear Thinking
Review - non-credit

AOS 592 Valid Cognition
Review - non-credit

AOS 593 Causes and Results
Review - non-credit

AOS 594 Modes of
Engagement of Mind Review - non-credit

AOS 595 Mental Events
Review - non-credit

AOS 596 Introduction to
Classification of Reasons Review - non-credit

1.2
Intermediate Curriculum

AOS 600 Analytical
Meditation II

1.2.1
Intermediate Curriculum: The Core

AOS 601 Chittamātra
Philosophical Tradition: Appearances are Mere Mind - 2 credits

AOS 610 Madhyamaka
Philosophical Tradition: Not Even a Middle - 2 credits

AOS 620 Paths and Bhūmis:
The Path to Enlightenment - 2 credits

AOS 630 Buddha Nature:
Luminous Heart of the Tathāgata - 2 credits

1.3
Advanced Curriculum

BUD 680 Analytical
Meditation III

1.3.1
Advanced Curriculum: First Turning

AOS 681Abhidharmakosha:
Bestowing the Fulfillment of Accomplishment and Happiness

I - 2 credits

AOS 682 Abhidharmakosha:
Bestowing the Fulfillment of Accomplishment and

Happiness II - 2 credits

AOS 690 Pramānavārttika: The
Ocean of the Texts on Reasoning I - 2 credits

AOS 691 Pramānavārttika: The
Ocean of the Texts on Reasoning II - 2 credits

1.3.2
Advanced Curriculum: Second Turning

AOS 700 Madhyamakāvatāra: The
Chariot of the Takpo Kagyü Siddhas I - 2 credits

AOS 701 Madhyamakāvatāra: The
Chariot of the Takpo Kagyü Siddhas II - 2 credits

AOS 702 Madhyamakāvatāra: The
Chariot of the Takpo Kagyü Siddhas III - 2 credits

AOS 703 Madhyamakāvatāra: The
Chariot of the Takpo Kagyü Siddhas IV - 2 credits

AOS 710 Abhisamayālamkāra: The
Noble One Resting at Ease I - 2 credits

AOS 711 Abhisamayālamkāra: The
Noble One Resting at Ease II - 2 credits

AOS 712 Abhisamayālamkāra: The
Noble One Resting at Ease III - 2 credits

AOS 713 Abhisamayālamkāra: The
Noble One Resting at Ease IV - 2 credits

1.3.3
Advanced Curriculum: The Third Turning

AOS 760 Madhyāntavibhāga: The
Distinction between the Middle and Extremes - 2

credits

AOS 770 Dharmadharmatāvibhāga: The
Distinction between Phenomena and the Nature

of Phenomena - 2 credits

AOS 780 Sūtras of the
Third Turning & the
Uttaratantra: The
Lion’s Roar of Irreversibility -

4 credits

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