Thus have I heard,
Once, the Awakened One lived at Sāvatthi
in 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
gathering their whole minds
and giving ear to listen to the Dhamma.
Realizing the significance of the moment
the Awakened One exclaimed these heartfelt verses:
“For the dependent, there is instability,
For the independent, there is no instability,
When there is no instability, there is calm,
When there is calm, there is no inclining.
When there is no inclining
there is no coming or going.
When there is no coming or going,
there is no passing away and rebirth.
When there is no dying or rebirth
there is neither here
Just this is the end of trouble.”
 “Nissitassa calitaṁ, anissitassa calitaṁ natthi. Calite asati passaddhi, passaddhiyā sati nati na hoti. Natiyā asati āgatigati na hoti. Āgatigatiyā asati cutūpapāto na hoti.Cutūpapāte asati nevidha na huraṁ na ubhayamantarena