The 9th International Conference Buddhism & Australia
Chinese Buddhist Encyclopedia Illustrations
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Cula-sila deals with the Ten Precepts which should be practiced by devout buddhists, while Majjhima-sila deals with the detailed description on the practice of sixth, seventh, eighth, and ninth precepts, added with the practice of plant conservation and the etiquette of speech.
Many of these beliefs are still up-to-date existent in this world and thus the sutta provides buddhists scholars with much information and recollections to ponder upon about the posit of Buddha's teachings.
The elaboration ends with Buddha's statement about the danger of clinging on these beliefs, as they are still influenced by the desire (lobha), hatred (dosa), and ignorance (moha) that its faithful followers will not end in the final liberation but still in the cycle of samsara.