Thirteenth [Chapter On] Lifespans [Being] Immeasurable
[The] Buddha said [to] Ānanda, ‘Moreover, [as] Immeasurable Life Buddha’s lifespan [is] long-lasting, [and] cannot [be] counted, [how can] you know [it]? If [the] ten directions’ worlds’ immeasurable sentient beings, all attain [the] human body, [with] all enabled [to] accomplish [as] Voice-Hearers [and those by] Conditions Awakened, [with] all together assembled, [to] meditatively contemplate single-mindedly, exhausting their wisdom’s power, for [a] thousand million kalpas, all together calculating, counting his lifespan’s far-reaching number, [it will] not [be] able [to be] exhausted, [to] know its limit.
Assemblies of Voice-Hearers, Bodhisattvas, heavenly [and] human [beings there, of their] lifespans’ lengths, [they are] likewise thus, not [by] arithmetic [and] analogies [those] able [to be] known.
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