23 - The Practice of Good Works Purifies the Mind

Furthermore, Subhūti, This is altogether everywhere, without differentiation or degree; wherefore it is called "consummation of incomparable enlightenment." It is straightly attained by freedom from separate personal selfhood and by cultivating all kinds of goodness.

Subhūti, though we speak of "goodness," the Tathāgata declares that there is no goodness; such is merely a name.

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