Sutta Pitaka
Saṃyutta Nikāya
Division III –– Khandhaka
Book 22 –– Rādha Saṃyutta
Chapter 3 –– Āyācana Vagga

Namo tassa bhagavato arahato sammā sambuddhassa

 

22. 3. 1.

(23) Māro –– On Death

1-3. (In Sāvatthi)

The venerable Rādha, sitting on a side, said to the Blessed One: “Good if the Blessed One would instruct me in short so that I could abide secluded to dispel.”

4. “Rādha, wherever is death, there you should dispel your interest. Rādha, matter is death, dispel interest for matter Rādha, feelings, perceptions, intentions, and consciousness are death, dispel interest and greed for them.”

 

22. 3. 2.

(24) Māradhammo –– On the Nature of Death

(1-3. as in 22. 3. 1)

4. “Rādha, where there is the nature of death ... you should dispel greed and interest and greed.

 

22. 3. 3.

(25) Anicca - Impermanence

(1-3. as in 22. 3. 1)

4. “Rādha, whatever is impermanent ... re ...

 

22. 3. 4

(26) Aniccadhamma ––

(1-3. as in 22. 3. 1)

4. “Rādha, whatever is of the nature of impermanence ... re ...

 

22. 3. 5.

(27) Dukkhaṃ –– Unpleasant

(1-3. as in 22. 3. 1)

4. “Rādha, whatever is unpleasant ... re ...

 

22. 3. 6.

(28) Dukkhadhamma –– Of the Nature of Unpleasantness

(1-3. as in 22. 3. 1)

4. “Rādha, whatever is of the nature of unpleasantness ... re ...

 

22. 3. 7.

(29) Anatta –– Lacks Self

(1-3. as in 22. 3. 1)

4. “Rādha, whatever lacks self ... re ...

 

22. 3. 8.

(30) Anattadhammaṃ –– Of the Nature of Lacking Self

(1-3. as in 22. 3. 1)

4. “Rādha, whatever is of the nature of lacking self ... re ...

 

22. 3. 9.

(31) Khaya

(1-3. as in 22. 3. 1)

4. “Rādha, whatever is of the nature of destruction ... re ...

 

22. 3. 10.

(32)Vaya

(1-3. as in 22. 3. 1)

4. “Rādha, whatever is of the nature of fading ... re ...

 

22. 3. 11.

(33) Samudaya –– Arising

4. “Rādha, whatever is of the nature of arising there you should dispel greed and interest and greed ... re ...

 

22. 3. 12

(34) Nirodhadhammo

(1-3. as in 22. 3. 1)

4. “Rādha, whatever is of the nature of ceasing you should dispel interest for it. You should dispel greed for it. You should dispel interest and greed for it.

Rādha, what things are of the nature of ceasing? Rādha, matter is of the nature of ceasing. You should dispel interest for it. Rādha, feelings, perceptions, intentions, and consciousness are of the nature of ceasing. You should dispel interest for them.

5. “Rādha, you should dispel interest for ceasing things. ... re ... You should dispel greed for ceasing things. You should dispel interest and greed for ceasing things. ... re ...