Samganimittam marai, bhanai aliam karei corikkam.
muccham, apparimanam kunai jivo. (140)
attachment, a person commits violence, tells lies, commits theft, indulges
in sex and develops a with for unlimited hoarding. (140)
Cittamantamacittam va, parigijjha kisamavi.
anujanai, evam dukkha na muccai. (141)
A person who
hoards even the slightest amount of an animate or inanimate thing or gives
consent to some one for hoarding, will not escape from misery. (141)
matim jahati, se jahati mamaiyam.
ditthapahe muni, jassa natthi mamaiyam. (142)
himself from the instinct of possessiveness, can renounce his possession.
A monk who has nothing of his own has really seen the path (of
Micchattavedaraga, taheva hasadiya ya chaddosa.
kasaya, caudasa abbhantara gantha.
khettam, vatthu dhanadhannakuppabhandani.
janani, keva sayanasane ya taha. (143-144)
possessiveness is of two kinds; internal and external. The internal
possessiveness is of fourteen kinds (1) worong belief, (2) Sexual desire
for women, (3) Sexual desire for man, (4) Sexual desire for both, (5)
Laughter, (6) Liking, (7) Disliking, (8) Grief, ( 9) Fear, (10) Disgust,
(11) Anger, (12) Pride, (13) Deceit and (14) Greed.
possessions are ten: (1) Fields, (2) Houses, (3) Wealth and
food-grains, (4) Stock of house-hold goods. (5) Utensils, (6) male or
female slaves (7) Animals, (8) Vehicles, (9) Beddings and (10) Seats.
Savvaganthavimukko, subhuo pasantacitto a.
muttisuham, Na cakkavatti vi tam lahai. (145)
One who is
completely free from all possessiveness, is calm and serene in his mind
and attains bliss of emancipation which even an emperor cannot obtain.
imdiya-nivarane amkuso va hatthissa.
khaiya vi ya, indiyagutti asamgattam. (146)
renunciation of attachment is useful for controlling the sense-organs as
the driver's hook is useful for controlling an elephant and the ditch for
protecting a town. Certainly, the control of sense-orgains is the same
thing as freedom from all possession. (146)