Outstanding work. Thank you, Bhikkhu Pesala.
This, bhikkhus, the Tathāgata understands. And he understands: ‘These standpoints, thus assumed, thus misapprehended, lead to such a destination.’ He understands as well what transcends this, yet even that, he does not misapprehend. As he is free from misapprehension, he has realized within himself the perfect peace. The Tathāgata, bhikkhus, is emancipated through non-clinging. These are those dhammas, bhikkhus, that are deep, difficult to see and understand, sublime, beyond reasoning, subtle, comprehensible only to the wise, which the Tathāgata, with direct knowledge, propounds to others.