Posted by: Upāsaka | 08/20/2015

Concern with One’s Own Good

232. How is one concerned with his own good and the good of others? Concerning this, one is concerned with the restraint of greed, hatred and delusion himself, and he incites others to the same restraint.

Anguttara Nikaya II.95

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