Resolution [Of] Doubts
[Śākyamuni Buddha]: You [and all] others, if of suffering [and all] other [aspects of the] Four [Noble] Truths [i.e. which encompass all Dharma teachings], have those [with] doubts, [you] may swiftly ask them, [to] not have doubts, without seeking resolution.’
At that time, [the] World-Honoured [One], thus thrice called aloud, [and the] people [were] without questions. Why [is] that [so]? [As the] assembly [was] without doubts thus.
Then, Aniruddha observed [the] assembly’s minds, and [to the] Buddha said, ‘World-Honoured [One, the] moon can [be] made hot, [and the] sun can [be] made cold, [while the] Buddha’s spoken Four [Noble] Truths, cannot [be] made different.
 [The] Buddha’s spoken suffering’s truth [is] true suffering, [that] cannot lead [to] bliss.
 Accumulation [of suffering with greed, hatred and delusion] truly is [the] cause, furthermore without [a] different cause.
 Suffering, if [to be] that eliminated, [this] then is [with the] cause [to be] eliminated, [as with the] cause eliminated, thus [is the] effect eliminated.
 [The] path of eliminating suffering, truly is [the] true path, furthermore without another path.
World-Honoured [One, it] is [so, that] all Bhikṣus, of [the] Four [Noble] Truths within, [are] definitely without doubts.
Of this assembly within, those [with] that done yet [to be] accomplished, seeing [the] Buddha [entering] Parinirvāṇa, [they] will have grief [and] sadness.
If [there] are those beginning [to] enter [the] Dharma, [who] hear that [the] Buddha said, [they will] immediately all attain deliverance. For example, like [in the] night seeing lightning’s light, immediately obtaining seeing [of the] path.
If [as] those [with] that done already accomplished, those already delivered [from] suffering’s ocean, [they will] only have this thought, “[The] World-Honoured [One is entering] Parinirvāṇa. How swift!”‘
Aniruddha, although [having] said these words, [the] assembly within [already] all understood thoroughly [the] Four Noble Truths’ meanings.
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