The Dhammapada: A Collection of Verses : Being One of the Canonical Books of the Buddhists, ǹ 1-2

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Clarendon Press, 1881 - 99 ˹
 

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˹ 3 - All that we are is the result of what we have thought: it is founded on our thoughts, it is made up of our thoughts.
˹ 42 - Looking for the maker of this tabernacle, I shall have to run through a course of many births, so long as I do not find (him); and painful is birth again and again. But now, maker of the tabernacle, thou hast been seen; thou shalt not make up this tabernacle again. All thy rafters are broken, thy ridge-pole is sundered; the mind, approaching the Eternal (visankhara, nirvana), has attained to the extinction of all desires.
˹ 47 - Look upon the world as a bubble, look upon it as a mirage : the king of death does not see him who thus looks down upon the world.
˹ 9 - EARNESTNESS is the path of immortality (Nirvana), thoughtlessness the path of death. Those who are in earnest do not die, those who are thoughtless are as if dead already.
˹ 5 - For hatred does not cease by hatred at any time: hatred ceases by love, this is an old rule.
˹ 60 - Let a wise man blow off the impurities of his self, as a smith blows off the impurities of silver, one by one, little by little, and from time to time.
˹ 44 - Men who have not observed proper discipline, and have not gained wealth in their youth, perish like old herons in a lake without fish.
˹ 45 - Self is the lord of self, who else could be the lord? With self well subdued, a man finds a lord such as few can find.
˹ 66 - Muni, and is a Muni thereby; he who in this world weighs both sides is called a Muni.
˹ 21 - Old English Drama. Marlowe's Tragical History of Dr. Faustus, and Greene's Honourable History of Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay. Edited by AW Ward, MA, Professor of History and English Literature in Owens College, Manchester.

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