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Home Teachings The Five Aggregates

The Five Aggregates

The Burden of the Five Aggregates

Bhara Sutta
The Burden of the Five Aggregates

BY MAHASI SAYADAW

TRANSLATED BY MIN SWE
SECRETARY
Buddha Sasana Nuggaha Organization

October, 1980

EDITED BY YI-LEI WU
WEBMASTER
Buddha Sasana Online

November, 2003

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" The wise do not say that bods made of iron, of wood and of hemp are strong bonds; they say that only passionate attachment to and care for gems and jewellery, children and wives are strong bonds. These drag one down (to lower planes of existence) and although they seem yielding are difficult to unfasten. The wise, cutting off this bond (of craving) and resolutely giving up sensual pleasures, renounce the world. "

The Dhammapada


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