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Anguttara Nikaya

Aṅguttara Nikāya
1.82–1.97
Negligence

Avoid the harmful.

AN 1.82

“Monks, I do not see a single thing that is as harmful as negligence in the practice of the Dhamma. Negligence in the practice of the Dhamma is very harmful.”

AN 1.83

“Monks, I do not see a single thing that is as beneficial as diligence in the practice of the Dhamma. Diligence in the practice of the Dhamma is very beneficial.”

AN 1.84

“Monks, I do not see a single thing that is as harmful as laziness. Laziness is very harmful.”

AN 1.85

“Monks, I do not see a single thing that is as beneficial as arousing energy. Arousing energy is very beneficial.”

AN 1.86

“Monks, I do not see a single thing that is as harmful as having many wishes. Having many wishes is very harmful.”

AN 1.87

“Monks, I do not see a single thing that is as beneficial as having few wishes. Having few wishes is very beneficial.”

AN 1.88

“Monks, I do not see a single thing that is as harmful as lack of contentment. Lack of contentment is very harmful.”

AN 1.89

“Monks, I do not see a single thing that is as beneficial as contentment. Contentment is very beneficial.”

AN 1.90

“Monks, I do not see a single thing that is as harmful as not thinking in line with the Dhamma. Not thinking in line with the Dhamma is very harmful.”

AN 1.91

“Monks, I do not see a single thing that is as beneficial as thinking in line with the Dhamma. Thinking in line with the Dhamma is very beneficial.”

AN 1.92

“Monks, I do not see a single thing that is as harmful as the lack of wise awareness. The lack of wise awareness is very harmful.”

AN 1.93

“Monks, I do not see a single thing that is as beneficial as wise awareness. Wise awareness is very beneficial.”

AN 1.94

“Monks, I do not see a single thing that is as harmful as bad friends. Bad friends are very harmful.”

AN 1.95

“Monks, I do not see a single thing that is as beneficial as noble friends. Noble friends are very beneficial.”

AN 1.96

“Monks, I do not see a single thing that is as harmful as pursuing evil habits and not good habits. Pursuing evil habits and not good habits is very harmful.”

AN 1.97

“Monks, I do not see a single thing that is as beneficial as pursuing good habits and not evil habits. Pursuing good habits and not evil habits is very beneficial.”

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Aṅguttara Nikāya 1.82–1.97: Negligence

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