“If a Bhikshu should desire, brethren, by the complete destruction of the three bonds to become purified, to be no longer liable to be reborn in a state of suffering, and to be assured of final salvation, let him then fulfill all righteousness, let him be devoted to that quietude of heart which springs from within, let him not drive back the ecstacy of contemplation, let him look through things, let him be much alone!”

“If a Bhikshu should desire, brethren, by the destruction of the great evils, by himself, and even in this very world, to know and realize and attain to Arhatship, to emancipation of heart and emancipation of mind, let him then fulfill all righteousness, let him be devoted to that quietude of heart which springs from within, let him not drive back the ecstacy of contemplation, let him look through things, let him be much alone!”