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Do Good Purify Mind - Path to Eternal Bliss

Buddha Vacana

— The words of the Buddha —

AN 5.57 -
Abhiṇhapaccavekkhitabbaṭhāna Sutta
— Facts to be considered often —
How to consider one’s own kamma.
05) Classical Pāḷi,
kamma-dāyādo kamma-yoni kamma-bandhu kamma-paṭisaraṇo. Yaṃ kammaṃ
karissāmi, kalyāṇaṃ vā pāpakaṃ vā, tassa dāyādo bhavissāmī ti.
30) Classical English,Roman,
am my own kamma, I am a heir to my kamma, I am born [in this life] from
my kamma, I am the kinsman of my kamma, I am protected by my kamma.
Whatever kamma·s I shall do, kalyāṇa·s or pāpaka·s, I shall become their
The five daily reflections from the Buddhist text: Upajjhatthana Sutta (AN 5.57)
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The five daily reflections from the Buddhist text: Upajjhatthana Sutta (AN 5.57)
Sutta (AN 5.57) on the five facts of life that should often be
reflected upon.Thoroughly consider and understand the nature of life
help one to…

Verse 33. The Wise Person Straightens The Mind

Mind agitated, wavering,
hard to guard and hard to check,
one of wisdom renders straight
as arrow-maker a shaft.

Explanation: In the Dhammapada there are several references
to the craftsmanship of the fletcher. The Buddha seems to have observed
the process through which a fletcher transforms an ordinary stick
into an efficient arrow-shaft. The disciplining of the mind is seen
as being a parallel process. In this stanza the Buddha says that the
wise one straightens and steadies the vacillating mind that is difficult
to guard, like a fletcher straightening an arrow-shaft.

Verse 34. The Fluttering Mind

As fish from watery home
is drawn and cast upon the land,
even so flounders this mind
while Mara’s Realm abandoning.

Explanation: When making an effort to abandon the realm of
Mara (evil), the mind begins to quiver like a fish taken out of the
water and thrown on land.

Verse 35. Restrained Mind Leads To Happiness

The mind is very hard to check
and swift, it falls on what it wants.
The training of the mind is good,
a mind so tamed brings happiness.

Explanation: The mind is exceedingly subtle and is difficult
to be seen. It attaches on whatever target it wishes. The wise guard
the mind. The guarded mind brings bliss.

Verse 36. Protected Mind Leads To Happiness

The mind is very hard to see
and find, it falls on what it wants.
One who’s wise should guard the mind,
a guarded mind brings happiness.

Explanation: The mind moves about so fast it is difficult
to get hold of it fully. It is swift. It has a way of focusing upon
whatever it likes. It is good and of immense advantage to tame the
mind. The tame mind brings bliss.

Verse 37. Death’s Snare Can Be Broken By Tamed Mind

Drifting far, straying all alone,
formless, recumbent in a cave.
They will be free from Mara’s bonds
who restrain this mind.

Explanation: The mind is capable of travelling vast distances
- up or down, north or south, east or west - in any direction. It
can travel to the past or the future. It roams about all alone. It
is without any perceptible forms. If an individual were to restrain
the mind fully, he will achieve freedom from the bonds of death.

Verse 38. Wisdom Does Not Grow If the Mind Wavers

One of unsteady mind,
who doesn’t know True Dhamma,
who is of wavering confidence
wisdom fails to win.

Explanation: If the mind of a person keeps on wavering, and
if a person does not know the doctrine, if one’s enthusiasm keeps
on fluctuating or flagging,, the wisdom of such a person does not

Verse 39. The Wide-Awake Is Unfrightened

One of unflooded mind,
a mind that is not battered,
abandoning evil, merit too,
no fear for One Awake.

Explanation: For the person who’s mind is not dampened
by passion, unaffected by ill-will and who has risen above both good
and evil, there is no fear because he is wide-awake.

Verse 40. Weapons To Defeat Death

Having known this urn-like body,
made firm this mind as fortress town,
with wisdom-weapon one fights Mara
while guarding booty, unattached.

Explanation: It is realistic to think of the body as vulnerable,
fragile, frail and easily disintegrated. In fact, one must consider
it as a clay vessel. The mind should be thought of as a city. One
has to be perpetually mindful to protect the city. Forces of evil
have to be fought with the weapons of wisdom. After the battle, once
you have achieve victory, live without being attached to the mortal

Verse 41. Without The Mind, Body Is Worthless

Not long alas, and it will lie
this body, here upon the earth.
Discarded, void of consciousness,
useless as a rotten log.

Explanation: Soon, this body, without consciousness, discarded
like a decayed worthless log, will lie on the earth.

Verse 42. All Wrong Issue Out Of Evil Mind

Whatever foe may do to foe,
or haters those they hate
the ill-directed mind indeed
can do one greater harm

Explanation: When one bandit see another, he attacks the second
bandit. In the same way, one person sees someone he hates, he also
does harm to the hated person. But what the badly deployed mind does
to the possessor of that mind is far worse than what a bandit would
do to another bandit or what one hater will do to another hater.

Verse 43. Well-Trained Mind Excels People

What one’s mother, what one’s father,
whatever other kin may do,
the well directed mind indeed
can do greater good.

Explanation: Well directed thoughts can help a person better
than one’s father or one’s mother.

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