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tellyontellyon
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Hello...
Would you please tell me what are the best Suttas in the MN and the AN that explain/discuss Right View.
Thank you.
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tellyontellyon wrote:Would you please tell me what are the best Suttas in the MN and the AN that explain/discuss Right View.
Here're a few: https://accesstoinsight.org/index-subje ... #eightfold
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tellyontellyon wrote: Mon Aug 31, 2020 7:35 am Hello...
Would you please tell me what are the best Suttas in the MN and the AN that explain/discuss Right View.
Thank you.
:reading:
I think MN 117
https://suttacentral.net/mn117/en/bodhi

and

MN 9
https://suttacentral.net/mn9/en/bodhi
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:heart: thank you, marvelous!
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'Bhikkhus, possessing three qualities, a bhikkhu is practicing the unmistaken way and has laid the groundwork for the destruction of the taints. What three? Here, a bhikkhu guards the doors of the sense faculties, observes moderation in eating, and is intent on wakefulness. He should develop perception of unattractiveness so as to abandon lust... good will so as to abandon ill will... mindfulness of in-&-out breathing so as to cut off distractive thinking... the perception of inconstancy so as to uproot the conceit, 'I am.
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