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Atītānāgatapaccuppanna: Past, Future and Present

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Saɱyutta Nikāya:
III. Khandhā Vagga:
22: Khandhāsaɱyutta
Sutta 9
Atītānāgatapaccuppanna (1)

Past, Future and Present (1)

Translated by F. L. Woodward
Edited by Mrs. Rhys Davids
Copyright The Pali Text Society



[1] Thus have I heard:—

The Exalted One was staying at Sāvatthī.

The Exalted One thus addressed the brethren:

'Body, brethren, is impermanent,
both in the past and in the future,
not to speak of the present'.

So seeing, brethren,
the well-taught Ariyan disciple
cares not for a body that is [19] past,
is not in love with a body to be,
and for the present body
seeks to be repelled by it,
seeks dispassion for it,
seeks the ceasing of it.

'Feeling, brethren, is impermanent,
both in the past and in the future,
not to speak of the present'.

So seeing, brethren,
the well-taught Ariyan disciple
cares not for feeling that is past,
is not in love with feeling to be,
and for the present feeling
seeks to be repelled by it,
seeks dispassion for it,
seeks the ceasing of it.

'Perception, brethren, is impermanent,
both in the past and in the future,
not to speak of the present'.

So seeing, brethren,
the well-taught Ariyan disciple
cares not for perception that is past,
is not in love with perception to be,
and for the present perception
seeks to be repelled by it,
seeks dispassion for it,
seeks the ceasing of it.

'The activities, brethren, are impermanent,
both in the past and in the future,
not to speak of the present'.

So seeing, brethren,
the well-taught Ariyan disciple
cares not for activities that are past,
is not in love with activities to be,
and for the present activities
seeks to be repelled by them,
seeks dispassion for them,
seeks the ceasing of them.

'Consciousness, brethren, is impermanent,
both in the past and in the future,
not to speak of the present'.

So seeing, brethren,
the well-taught Ariyan disciple
cares not for consciousness that is past,
is not in love with consciousness to be,
and for the present consciousness
seeks to be repelled by it,
seeks dispassion for it,
seeks the ceasing of it.

Source

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