360 Restraint in the eye is good, good is restraint in the ear, in the nose restraint is good, good is restraint in the tongue.
361 In the body restraint is good, good is restraint in speech, in thought restraint is good, good is restraint in all things. A Bhikshu, restrained in all things, is freed from all pain.
363 The Bhikshu who controls his mouth, who speaks wisely and calmly, who teaches the meaning and the law, his word is sweet.
367 He who never identifies himself with name and form, and does not grieve over what is no more, he indeed is called a Bhikshu.
368 The Bhikshu who behaves with with kindness, who is happy in the doctrine of Buddha, will reach the quite place (Nirvana), happiness arising from the cessation of natural inclinations.
372 Without knowledge there is no meditation, without meditation there is no knowledge: he who has knowledge and meditation near unto Nirvana.
375 And this is the beginning here for a wise Bhikshu: watchfulness over the senses, contentedness, restraint under the law; keep noble friends whose life is pure, and who are not slothful.
381 The Bhikshu, full of delight, who is happy in the doctrine of Buddha will reach the quite place (Nirvana), happiness consisting in the cessation of natural inclinations.