cubibobi is quite right.
To make it easier, I must have copied the English translation somewhere else and made revisions to it. You can see that at the start of #4:
“Further, great king, with the removal of vitakka/vicāra (but savitakka/savicāra remain),..”
At the second jhana, you get rid of any kāma and akusala thoughts.
– But nekkamma and kusala thoughts remain. Those will remain from that point on.
See, “Vitakka, Vicāra, Savitakka, Savicāra, and Avitakka, Avicāra”
I need to revise the original post to make this clear. Thanks to TripleGemStudent for pointing that out.
TripleGemStudent wrote: ” In the end though, I would like to cease all sankhara’s because . . .
Sabbe sankhara anicca
Sabbe sankhara dukkha..”
That is right. All sankhara are anicca nature. But we need to cultivate “punnabhisankhara” and “kusala-mula sankhara” until we get to the Arahant stage.
– Note that punnabhisankhara AUTOMATICALLY BECOME kusala-mula sankhara as one comprehends Tilakkhana/Paticca Samuppada/Four Noble Noble Truths.
P.S. I just revised #4 of the post, “Jhānic Experience in Detail – Sāmaññaphala Sutta (DN 2)”