Moderation [Of] Eating
[Śākyamuni Buddha]: You [and] other Bhikṣus, [when] receiving all drinks [and] food, should [be] like taking medicine. Of [that] good [and] of [that] bad, [do] not give rise [to wanting] more [or] less. [For the] objective [of] obtaining support [for the] body, with [them for] eliminating hunger [and] thirst. Like bees gathering [from] flowers, only obtaining their taste, not harming [their] forms [and] fragrances.
Bhikṣus [should] also thus, [when] receiving people making offerings, [for the] objective [of] personally eliminating afflictions, [they] must not [have] much seeking, [that] destroys their good minds.
For example, like those wise, [they will] consider [an] ox’s strength, [on] how much that [he] can endure, [to] not lead [him] with [the] excessive, [that] exhausts his strength.
 Restraint Of Mind
 Abstinence From Drowsiness
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