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402 LESSON 12 10 2011 Ekaputta Sutta The Only Son
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402 LESSON 12 10 2011 Ekaputta Sutta The Only
Son

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Ud 2.7


PTS: Ud 14


Ekaputta Sutta: The Only
Son


translated from the Pali
by


Thanissaro Bhikkhu


©
1994–2011


I have
heard that on one occasion the Blessed One was staying near Savatthi,
in Jeta’s Grove, Anathapindika’s monastery. Now at that time
the dear and beloved only son of a certain lay follower had died. So a large
number of lay followers — their clothes wet, their hair wet — went to the
Blessed One in the middle of the day and, on arrival, having bowed down to him,
sat to one side. As they were sitting there the Blessed One said to them:
“Why have you come here — your clothes wet, your hair wet — in the middle
of the day?”


When
this was said, the lay follower said to the Blessed One, “My dear and
beloved only son has died. This is why we have come here — our clothes wet, our
hair wet — in the middle of the day.”


Then,
on realizing the significance of that, the Blessed One on that occasion
exclaimed:


Tied down by what’s dear
& alluring, heavenly beings, most people, worn out with misery, fall under
the sway of the King of Death. But those who, day & night, heedfully
abandon what’s dear, dig up misery by the root — Death’s bait so hard to
overcome.

 

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