Posted by: Upāsaka | 08/11/2015

Knowing the Dhamma by Heart

223. I have taught the Dhamma in full, and if one understands the meaning of even a stanza of four lines of Dhamma, and is set on living in accordance with it, one may be called widely learned, one who knows Dhamma by heart.

Anguttara Nikaya II.177

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I often find myself worrying about how well I’m practicing when I am knocked out of my routine (aka on vacation) but this verse really gives me solace.


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