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(Skt.). One of the eighteen ‘uncommon qualities of a Buddha’. Several variant lists are found but typically they are: a Buddha does not make mistakes; he does not shout and so on; he is not forgetful; his mind is ever composed; he treats all beings equally; he is not indifferent to beings; he does not lose his interest, his strenuousness, recollection, samādhi.insight, and liberation; all his physical, vocal, and mental actions are preceded and accompanied by awareness; his insight and awareness are unattached and unimpeded regarding all things in the past, present, and future.

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