A Quote by Siddhartha Gautama Buddha on attachment, clinging, and buddhism
Monks, when ignorance is abandoned, and knowledge arises in the monk, with the ending of ignorance and the arising of knowledge he clings neither to sense-pleasures, nor does he cling to views, nor to precepts and vows, nor to a Self-doctrine. Not clinking, he is not disturbed; not disturbed, he attains individually nibbana.
Source: The Philosophy of Desire in the Buddhist Pali Canon (Routledgecurzon Critical Studies in Buddhism), Pages: 167
Contributed by: Ryan