Of „not clinging“

For one who clings, motion exists.

But for one who clings not, there is no motion.

Where there is no motion, there is stillness.

Where there is stillness, there is no craving.

Where there is no craving, there is neither coming nor going.

Where there is no coming or going, there is neither arising nor passing away.

Where there is neither arising nor passing away, there is neither this world,

nor a world beyond nor a state between.

This verily, is the end of suffering.

The Buddha, Udana 8:3 Śrāvakayāna, Pali Canon