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2.5 (15) The Lay Follower (Upāsaka Sutta)

Thus has it been made known. At one time the Blessed One was residing near Sāvatthī, at the Jeta Grove in Anāthapiṇḍika’s Park. A certain lay-follower from Icchānaṅgala had been staying in Sāvatthī in order to settle-up some business affairs. Afterwards, he approached the Blessed One and having bowed respectfully to him, sat down on one side. After a while, the Blessed One addressed the lay follower thusly: “It’s been a long time, upāsaka, since you have been amongst us.” read more

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