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" Let him not wish for death. Let him not wish for life. Let him expect his appointed time, as the hired servant expects his wages. "
The Great Secret - ˹ 94
Maurice Maeterlinck - 1922 - 268 ˹
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The Oriental herald and colonial review [ed. by J.S. Buckingham].

James Silk Buckingham - 1824
...Vivade Changamana, translated by Mr. Colebrook, and introduced under this government into these parts. " Let him not wish for death, let him not wish for life, let him expect his appointed time, as a hired servant expects his wages," are doctrines more agreeable...

English translation

Manu - 1825
...solitude, equanimity toward all ' creatures, these are the characteristicks of a BrAh' men set free. 45. ' Let him not wish for death; let him not wish ' for life ; let him expect his appointed time, as a ' hired servant expects his wages. 46. ' Let him advance...

Institutes of Hindu Law: Or, The Ordinances of Menu, According to the Gloss ...

Manu (Lawgiver) - 1825 - 450 ˹
...solitude, equanimity toward all ' creatures, these are the characteristicks of a JBrdh' men set free. 45. * Let him not wish for death ; let him not wish ' for life ; let him expect his appointed time, as a ' hired servant expects his wages. 46. ' Let him advance...

The Suttees' Cry to Britain: Containing Extracts from Essays Published in ...

James Peggs - 1827 - 82 ˹
...sacrifice in the same manner as others quoted in the vivade changamana, translated by Mr. Colebrook. 'Let him not wish for death ! Let him not wish for life ! Let him expect his appointed time, as a hired servant expects his wages,' are doctrines more agreeable...

The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany, 25

1828
...bear disease ; let his mind be firm ; let him study to know God, and fix his attention on God alone. Let him not wish for death ; let him not wish for life ; let him expect his appointed time, as a hired servant expects his wages. Delighted with meditating...

Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British and Foreign ..., 25

1828
...bear disease ; let his miad be firm ; let him study to know God, and fix his attention on God alone. Let him not wish for death ; let him not wish for life ; let him expect his appointed time, as a hired servant expects his wages. Delighted with meditating...

India's Cries to British Humanity: Relative to the Suttee, Infanticide ...

James Peggs - 1830 - 518 ˹
...sacrifice in the same manner as others quoted in the Vivade Changamana, translated by Mr. Colebrook. ' Let him not wish for death ! Let him not wish for life ! Let him expect his appointed time, as a hired servant expects his wages,' are doctrines more agreeable...

The Hindoos, 2

Hindus - 1835
...affections, and wholly reposing in the Supreme 5 Works of Sir William Jones, vol. ix. p. 386, 387. Spirit Let him not wish for death ; let him not wish for life ; let him expect his appointed time, as a hired servant expects his wages'." Such is the idea of human...

The Hindoos, 2

1835 - 24 ˹
...fourth portion of it, abandoning all sensual affections, and wholly reposing in the Supreme Spirit. Let him not wish for death ; let him not wish for life ; let him expect his appointed time, as a hired servant expects his wages'." Such is the idea of human...

The Dial: A Magazine for Literature, Philosophy, and Religion, 3

Ralph Waldo Emerson, Margaret Fuller, George Ripley - 1843
...solitude, equanimity toward all creatures, these are the characteristics of a Brahmin set free." " Let him not wish for death ; let him not wish for life ; let him expect his appointed time, as a hired servant expects his wages." Entirely withdrawn from...




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