Posted by: Upāsaka | 05/05/2015

Burned with Remorse

125. There are two things that burn the conscience. What two? Say a person has done immoral acts of body, speech or mind, or has failed to do virtuous acts of the body, speech or mind. When he thinks of this he burns with remorse.

Anguttara Nikaya I.49

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