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Now a certain monk came to see the Exalted One....and sat down at the side. As
he thus sat that monk said this to the Exalted One:

'"Ignorance! Iggnorance," is the saying, lord. Pray, lord, what is ignorance,
and how far is one the victim of ignorance?'

'Monk, being ignorant about ill, its arising, its ceasing and about the practice
that leads to its ceasing is called "ignorance, and one who is thus ignorant is
a victim of ignorance.

Wherefore, monk, you must make an effort to realize: This is ill..


Rewrite The Exalted One to Buddha.

Looking for the essence of this sutta, I delete the unnecessary words.

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A certain monk came to see Buddha and said this to Buddha:

Ignorance! is the saying, what is ignorance?'
Being ignorant about ill,
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about the practice that leads to its ceasing
is called ignorance.
[This means 'Being ignorant about the Four Truths is called ignorancee'.]

u must make an effort to realize: This is ill...'

By the way, what is foolishness?mail protected]!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!L(JNagano writes]




Looking for the essence of this sutta, I delete the unnecessary words.

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mail protected]"#"#"#"#"#"#(JWhat is foolishness?mail protected]!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!L(JNagano writes]
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What is ignorance?
Being ignorant about the Four Truths is called ignorance.

What is foolishness?
Being foolish about the Four Wisdoms is called foolishness.




Looking for the essence of this sutta, I delete the unnecessary words.

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mail protected]"#"#"#"#"#"#"#"#"#!!(JIgnorance is different from foolishness.

Being ignorant about the Four Truths is called ignorance.

The Eightfold Path is the path to understand the Four Truths to wit: right liv-
ing, right effort, right doing, right speaking, right thinking, right sati(mind-
fulness), right samadhi, right view(the Four Wisdoms).


The following is the essence of this sutta, I copy out fair.

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mail protected]#2#6!d!!(JBeing ignorant about the Four Truths is called ignorance.

mail protected]#2#7!d!!(JBeing foolish about the Four Wisdoms is called foolishness.

mail protected]#2#8!d!!(JThe Eightfold Path is the path to understand the Four Truths to wit:
right living, right effort, right doing, right speaking, right thinking,
right sati (mind-fulness), right samadhi, right view (the Four Wisdoms).