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directly make the reflection that he is going towards the foot of the tree to arrive at superior, blessed enlightenment for the weal of all the world, including the gods.

60. And wherever sueh a sage is walking, standing, sitting, or lying down; wherever the hero pronounces were it but a single stanza from this Sfltra;

61. There one should build a Stfipa for the most high of men, a splendid, beautiful (Stfipa), dedicated to the Lord Buddha, the Chief, and then worship it in manifold ways.

62. That spot of the earth has been enjoyed by myself; there have I walked myself, and there have I been sitting ; where that son of Buddha has stayed,

there I am.