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AN 1.4 AdantavaggoEdit

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.

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

39. “Monks, I do not know of any other thing that leads to greater harm than the untamed, unguarded, unprotected, and unrestrained mind. The untamed, ungaurded, unprotected and unrestrained mind, monks, leads to great harm.

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

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