[Śākyamuni Buddha]: You [and] other Bhikṣus, for all meritorious virtues, constantly should [be] wholehearted, [and] abandon all laxity, like departing [from a] hateful thief.
[From the] great compassionate World-Honoured [One, of] those [teachings] spoken [to] benefit, [they are] all already complete. You [and] others only should diligently then practise them.
If in between mountains, if within empty grasslands, if at trees below, idly residing [in] quiet rooms, [be] mindful [of] those received Dharma [teachings], not enabling [them to be] forgotten [and] lost. [You] constantly should encourage yourselves, [to] diligently cultivate them. Do not in vain die, later leading [to] having regrets.
I [am] like [a] good doctor, [who] knows [your] sicknesses [and] spoke [of their] medicines, [while] taking and not taking [them, is] not [with the] doctor to blame.
Also like [a] good guide, [who] guides people [to] good paths, [having] heard [of] them, [yet] not walking [them, is] not [the] guide’s fault.
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