[Śākyamuni Buddha]: You [and] other Bhikṣus, if having wisdom, [are] then without greedy attachment.
Constantly personally examining oneself, not leading [to] having faults, [this] is then relying on my Dharma within, able [to] attain liberation. If [there are] those not thus, [they are] already not [the] path’s persons [i.e. monastics], also not white-robed [laypersons], without those names.
Those truly wise, are then strong [and] firm ships [for] delivering [from the] ocean [of] ageing, sickness [and] death, also are great bright lamps [in] ignorance’s darkness, good medicine of all those sick, [and] sharp axes that cut afflictions’ trees. Therefore, you [and] others, should with [the] wisdoms [of] listening, contemplation [and] cultivation, then personally increase [in] benefits.
If people have [the] illumination of wisdom, although [they] are [with the] flesh eye, yet [they] are clearly seeing people. [These] are named [as teachings on] wisdom.
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