Gautama Buddha
Self by Gautama Buddha

Self by Gautama Buddha

If a person holds oneself dear, let one watch oneself carefully. The wise should be watchfulduring at least one of the three watches.Let each person first direct oneself to what ...

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The Path by Gautama Buddha

The Path by Gautama Buddha

Best of the paths is the eightfold, best of the truths the four; best of the virtues is freedom from attachment; best of the people is the one who sees. This is the path; there is ...

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Impurity by Gautama Buddha

Impurity by Gautama Buddha

You are now like a withered leaf; the messengers of death have come near you. You stand at the threshold of your departure. Have you made provision for your journey?Make yourself ...

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The Saint by Gautama Buddha

The Saint by Gautama Buddha

There is no suffering for the onewho has completed the journey, who is freed from sorrow, who has freed oneself on all sides, who has thrown off all chains.The thoughtful exert ...

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Flowers by Gautama Buddha

Flowers by Gautama Buddha

Who shall conquer this worldand the world of death and the gods? Who shall find the clear path of truth, as a skillful person finds the flower?The wise student will conquer this ...

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Good And Bad by Gautama Buddha

Good And Bad by Gautama Buddha

A person should hurry toward the goodand restrain one's thoughts from the bad. If a person is slow in doing good, one's mind will find pleasure in wrong.If a person does what is ...

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Pleasure by Gautama Buddha

Pleasure by Gautama Buddha

Whoever gives oneself to distractionsand does not give oneself to meditation, forgetting true purpose and grasping at pleasure, will eventually envy the one who practices ...

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Anger by Gautama Buddha

Anger by Gautama Buddha

Give up anger; renounce pride; transcend all worldly attachments. No sufferings touch the personwho is not attached to name and form, who calls nothing one's own. Whoever ...

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Joy by Gautama Buddha

Joy by Gautama Buddha

Let us live in joy, not hating those who hate us.Among those who hate us, we live free of hate. Let us live in joy, free from disease among those who are diseased. Among those who ...

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The World by Gautama Buddha

The World by Gautama Buddha

Do not follow a bad law. Do not live in thoughtlessness. Do not follow wrong ideas. Do not be attached to the world.Arise; do not be thoughtless. Follow the path of virtue. The ...

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Punishment by Gautama Buddha

Punishment by Gautama Buddha

Everyone trembles at punishment; everyone fears death. Likening others to oneself, one should neither kill nor cause killing.Everyone trembles at punishment; everyone loves life. ...

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The Elephant by Gautama Buddha

The Elephant by Gautama Buddha

Silently shall I endure abuse as the elephant in battle enduresthe arrow sent from the bow: for the world is ill-natured.They lead a tamed elephant to battle, the king mounts a ...

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Thought by Gautama Buddha

Thought by Gautama Buddha

As fletchers make their arrows straight, the wise make straight their wavering and unsteady thought, which is difficult to guard and difficult to restrain. Like a fish taken from ...

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Old Age by Gautama Buddha

Old Age by Gautama Buddha

Why is there laughter, why is there joywhile this world is always burning? Why do you not seek a light, you who are shrouded in darkness?Consider this dressed-up lump covered with ...

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Awareness by Gautama Buddha

Awareness by Gautama Buddha

Awareness is the path of immortality; thoughtlessness is the path of death. Those who are aware do not die. The thoughtless are as if dead already.The wise having clearly ...

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Thirst by Gautama Buddha

Thirst by Gautama Buddha

The thirst of a thoughtless man grows like a creeper; he runsfrom life to life, like a monkey seeking fruit in the forest.Whomsoever this fierce thirst overcomes, full of poison, ...

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The Twin Verses by Gautama Buddha

The Twin Verses by Gautama Buddha

What we are is the result of what we have thought,is built by our thoughts, is made up of our thoughts.If one speaks or acts with an impure thought, suffering follows one, like ...

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The Fool by Gautama Buddha

The Fool by Gautama Buddha

Long is the night to one who is awake. Long is ten miles to one who is tired. Long is the cycle of birth and deathto the fool who does not know the true path.If a traveller does ...

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The Wise by Gautama Buddha

The Wise by Gautama Buddha

If you see a wise person who shows you your faults, who shows what is to be avoided, follow that wise personas you would one who reveals hidden treasures; you will be better not ...

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The Brahmin by Gautama Buddha

The Brahmin by Gautama Buddha

Stop the stream valiantly, drive away the desires, O Brahmana! When you have understood the destruction of all that was made, you will understand that which was not made.If the ...

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Miscellaneos by Gautama Buddha

Miscellaneos by Gautama Buddha

If by leaving a small pleasure one sees a great pleasure, let awise man leave the small pleasure, and look to the great.He who, by causing pain to others, wishes to obtain ...

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The Thousands by Gautama Buddha

The Thousands by Gautama Buddha

Better than a thousand meaningless wordsis one sensible word if hearing it one becomes peaceful. Better than a thousand meaningless versesis one word of verse if hearing it one ...

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The Awakened by Gautama Buddha

The Awakened by Gautama Buddha

The one whose conquest cannot be conquered again, into whose conquest no one in this world enters, by what track can you lead that one, the awakened, the omniscient, the ...

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The Downward Course by Gautama Buddha

The Downward Course by Gautama Buddha

He who says what is not, goes to hell; he also who, having done a thing, says I have not done it. After death both are equal, they aremen with evil deeds in the next world.Many ...

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The Seeker by Gautama Buddha

The Seeker by Gautama Buddha

Restraint in the eye is good, good is restraint in the ear, in the nose restraint is good, good is restraint in the tongue.In the body restraint is good, good is restraint in ...

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The Just by Gautama Buddha

The Just by Gautama Buddha

Whoever settles a matter by violence is not just. The wise calmly considers what is right and what is wrong. Whoever guides others by a procedurethat is nonviolent and fairis said ...

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