อนุทิน #120033

Buddha Vacana 

The Venerable Sariputta said: “When a teacher wishes to instruct another, let him arouse five things in himself and then instruct.  What five?  Let him think: ‘I will speak at the right time, not at the wrong time.  I will speak about what is, not about what is not.  I will speak with gentleness, not with harshness.  I will speak about the goal, not about what is not the goal.  I will speak with a mind filled with love, not with a mind filled with ill-will.’ When a teacher wishes to instruct another, let him first establish well these five things.”

-- A.III.196*

< Note. This the quality expected in teachers (at the Buddha time): teach with timing, truth, gentle voice, within the subject, and 'mettā' (เมตตา).>

เขียน:

ความเห็น (0)