Monthly Archives: March 2013

WEEKLY WISDOM 25/03/2013

Attentiveness is the path to true life;
Indifference is the path to death.
The attentive do not die;
The indifferent are as if they are dead already.

– Dhammapada

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WEEKLY WISDOM 18/03/2013

Even if you have insight that is pure and clear but you cling to it, fondle it and treasure it, depend on it and are attached to it, then you do not understand that the teaching is like a raft that carries you across the water to the farther shore but is then to be put down and not clung to.

– Majjhima Nikaya

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WEEKLY WISDOM 11/03/2013

It’s good to see Noble Ones.
Happy their company–always.
Though not seeing fools
constantly, constantly
one would be happy.

– Dhammapada [206]

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WEEKLY WISDOM 04/03/2013

Don’t be heedless of evil (‘It won’t come to me’).
A water jar fills;
even with water
falling in drops.
With evil,
even if bit by bit
habitually
the fool fills himself full.

– Dhammapada, 9

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