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|+||[[abhabbatthana]]. ([[Sanskrit]]: *[[abhavyasthana]]; [[Tibetan]]: *[[mi rung ba'i]] [[gnas]]; [[Chinese Mandarin]]: [[buwei]]; [[Japanese]]: [[fui]]; [[Korean]]: [[purwi]] [[不]][[爲]]). In [[Pali]], "[[condition]] of [[being]] incapable" or "im[[possibility]]"; referring to [[nine]] [[immoral]] [[act]]s or inadequacies of [[character]] that an [[Arhat]] is incapable of [[perform]]ing or possessing. Be[[cause]] he has [[destroy]]ed the [[four]] [[aSRAVA]], or [[contaminant]]s — of [[sensuality]] ([[kama]]), [[becoming]] ([[bhava]]), [[ignorance]] ([[Avidya]]), and [[wrong view]]s ([[drishti]]) — he is rendered [[forever]] "incapable" of engaging in the following [[act]]s: (1) [[deliberate]]ly [[killing]] any [[living being]]; (2) [[theft]]; (3) [[sexual intercourse]]; (4) [[deliberate]]ly [[lying]]; (5) [[accumulating]] [[personal possession]]s for [[sensual indulgence]], as would a [[lay person]]; or [[perform]]ing [[wrong action]]s prompted by (6) [[attachment]]; (7) [[hatred]]; (8) [[stupidity]]; or (9) [[fear]].|