[Śākyamuni Buddha]: You [and] other Bhikṣus, if constantly diligent, [are] then [with] matters without difficulties. Therefore, you [and] others, should [be] constantly diligent.
For example, like [a] small stream constantly flowing, [it is] then able [to] penetrate rock.
If [the] minds [of] practitioners, [are] frequently lazy [and] abandon [practice], for example, like boring [for] fire, [with it] yet [to be] hot then resting, although desiring [to] obtain fire, fire [is] difficult to [be] obtained. [These] are named [as teachings on] diligence.
 Far Departure
 Not Forgetting Mindfulness
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