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Appamada Sutta, 2 Definition(s)

AKA: Appamāda sutta

'Appamada Sutta' belongs in these categories: Buddhism, Pali

2 DEFINITION(S):

1. Appamada Sutta (2) - Preached to Pasenadi. Diligence is the one quality that acquires and keeps welfare both in this life and in the next; just as the elephants foot is chief among all feet, so is diligence the best of qualities. S.i.86, 87.

2. Appamada Sutta - Diligence must be practiced by those who know not the nature of birth, becoming, etc. S.ii.132.

3. Appamada Sutta (2) - Diligence is the harbinger of the arising of the Ariyan Eightfold Way. S.v.30, 32.

4. Appamada Sutta (2) - Diligence is most useful for the arising of the Ariyan Eightfold Way (S.v.33); there is no other single condition like it for the arising and perfection of the Way. S.v.35, 36, 37.

5. Appamada Sutta - On four occasions on which earnestness should be applied. A.ii.119f.

6. Appamada Sutta - Preached in answer to a brahmins question. Earnestness is a quality which, if developed, brings success both in this world and in the next (A.iii.364).

7. Appamada Sutta - Same as Aparihaniya Sutta (2), with the addition of samadhigaravata (A.iv.27f).

8. Appamada Sutta - Earnestness is the best and highest of all qualities. A.v.21f.

9. Appamada Sutta - The name given in the Sutta Sangaha to a sutta quoted from the Itivuttaka on the value of appamada. Itv.16.

Added: 11.Apr.2009 | Source: Pali Kanon: Pali Proper Names
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Appamāda,(a + pamāda) thoughtfulness,carefulness,conscientiousness,watchfulness,vigilance,earnestness,zeal D.I,13 (:a. vuccati satiyā avippavāso DA.I,104); III,30,104 sq.,112,244,248,272; M.I,477 (°phala); S.I,25,86,158,214; II,29,132; IV,78 (°vihārin),97,125,252 sq.; V,30 sq. (°sampadā),41 sq.,91,135,240,250,308,350; A.I,16,50. (°adhigata); III,330,364,449; IV,28 (°gāravatā) 120 (°ṃ garu-karoti); V,21,126 (kusalesu dhammesu); Sn.184,264,334 (= sati-avippavāsa-saṅkhāta a. SnA 339); It.16 (°ṃ pasaṃsanti puññakiriyāsu paṇḍitā),74 (°vihārin); Dh.57 (°vihārin,cp. DhA.I,434); 327 (°rata = satiyā avippavāse abhirata DhA.IV,26); Dāvs II. 35; KhA 142. (Page 57)

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