Thus have I heard,
Once, the Awakened One lived in Sāvatthi’s
Jeta’s Grove, Anāthapiṇḍika’s monastery.
On that occasion, the Buddha was instructing,
encouraging, inspiring and gladdening the monks
with a discourse on nibbāna.
The monks gave their full attention to what was being spoken
And gathered their whole minds
and gave ear to listening to Dhamma.
Realizing the significance of the moment
the Awakened One exclaimed these heartfelt verses:
“The uninclined mind is hard to see,
nor is the truth easy to see,
having understood discontent, one knows,
One sees, there is nothing there. (Nibbāna)” 
 Duddasaṁ anataṁ nāma, na hi saccaṁ sudassanaṁ; Paṭividdhā taṇhā jānato, Passato natthi kiñcanan”ti