Then the thought occurred to Ven. Channa, "I, too, think that form is
inconstant, feeling is inconstant, perception is inconstant, fabrications
are inconstant, consciousness is inconstant; form is not-self, feeling is
not-self, perception is not-self, fabrications are not-self, consciousness
is not-self; all fabrications are inconstant; all phenomena are not-self.
[But still my mind does not leap up, grow confident, steadfast, &
released in the resolution of all fabrications, the relinquishing of
all acquisitions, the ending of craving, dispassion, cessation,
Unbinding.] Instead, agitation & clinging arise, and my intellect pulls
back, thinking, 'But who, then, is my self?' [But this thought doesn't
occur to one who sees the Dhamma.] So who might teach me the Dhamma so
that I might see the Dhamma?"