THE TEN UNNECESSARY THINGS :
1 If the empty nature of the mind be realized, no longer is it necessary to listen to or to meditate upon religious teachings.
2 If the unsulliable nature ot the intellect be realized, no longer is it necessary to seek absolution of one's sins.
3 Nor is absolution necessary for one who abideth in the State of Mental Quiescence.
4 For him who hath attained the State of Unalloyed Purity there is no need to meditate upon the Path or the methods of treading it, for the hath arrived at the Goal.
5 If the unreal (or illusory) nature of cognitions be realized, no need is there to meditate upon the state of non-cognition.
6 If the non-reality (or illusory nature) of obscuring passions be realized, no need il there to seek their antidote.
7 If all phenomena be known to be illusory, non need is there to seek or to reject anything.
8 Il sorrow and misfortune be recognized to be blessings, ne need is there to seek hapiness.
9 If the unborn (or uncreated) nature of one's consciousness be realized, no need is there to practise transference of consciousness.
10 If only the good of others be sought in all that one doeth, no need is there to seek benefit for oneself.
There are The Ten Unnecessary Things.
W.Y. Evans-Wentz, Oxford University Press.