[The] Sūtra [Of A] Hundred Parables
(50) Parable [Of] Healing [The] Hunchback
For example, [there] was [a] person [who] suddenly [became a] hunchback, [who] invited [a] doctor [to] heal him. [The] doctor, with ghee applied, [and with his] above [and] below attached [with] boards, used strength [to] painfully press [them], not aware [that] both [of his] eyes at once together [came] out.
[The] world’s foolish people [are] likewise thus, for cultivating ‘blessings’ thus, earning [a] living [with] trading [and] selling, doing all [that is] not legal. These matters, although accomplishing benefits, [do] not make up [for their] harms. [In] lives of [the] future, [with] entering of [the] hells, analogous [to having] both eyes [coming] out.
[Note: While there are the foolish who deludedly think they have remedies for physical and mental suffering, there are also the foolish who have blind faith in them, by not learning and enquiring on their methods adequately. Some methods might seem to offer limited benefits in the short term, but lead to much more harms in the long term.]
Namo Amituofo : Translation and notes by Shen Shi’an
 The Parable Of The Small Boys Disputing When Differentiating Hair
 The Parable Of The Five Persons Buying A Servant And Together Ordering Him To Work
All Hundred Parables: