AN 1.4 Adantavaggo

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Adantavaggo

31. “Monks, I do not know of any other thing that leads to greater harm than the untamed mind. The untamed mind, monks, leads to great harm.

32. “Monks, I do not know of any other thing that leads to greater benefit than the tamed mind. The tamed mind, monks, leads to great benefit.

33. “Monks, I do not know of any other thing that leads to greater harm than the unguarded mind. The unguarded mind, monks, leads to great harm.

34. “Monks, I do not know of any other thing that leads to greater benefit than the guarded mind. The guarded mind, monks, leads to great benefit.

35. “Monks, I do not know of any other thing that leads to greater harm than the unprotected mind. The unprotected mind, monks, leads to great harm.

36. “Monks, I do not know of any other thing that leads to greater benefit than the protected mind. The protected mind, monks, leads to great benefit.

37. “Monks, I do not know of any other thing that leads to greater harm than the unrestrained mind. The unrestrained mind, monks, leads to great harm.