Abstinence [From] Arrogance
[Śākyamuni Buddha]: You [and] other Bhikṣus, should personally scrape [i.e. shave] [your] heads, [and] already [having] abandoned adornments [for] beautification, wear spoilt coloured robes [i.e. kaṣāyas], firmly hold begging vessels, with [them] beg [for] personal survival, personally seeing [yourselves doing] thus.
If giving rise [to] arrogance, [you] should swiftly eliminate it. [To] increase [in] arrogance, [is] also not that [for] worldly white-robed [laypersons] appropriate, moreover [for] people who [have] left [the] household [life to] enter [the] path, for liberation thus, [who should] personally lower [their] bodies and practise begging [for] alms.
 Abstinence From Anger And Hatred
 Abstinence From Flattery
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The Sūtra Of The Buddha’s Bequeathed Teachings