Monthly Archives: January 2015

WEEKLY WISDOM 26/01/2015

By charity, goodness, restraint, and self-control men and woman alike can store up a well-hidden treasure – a treasure which cannot be given to others and which robbers cannot steal. A wise person should do good – that is the treasure which will not leave one.

– Khuddhaka Patha

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WEEKLY WISDOM 19/01/2015

If you’re respectful by habit,
constantly honouring the worthy,
four things increase:
long life, beauty,
happiness, strength.

– Dhammapada [8]

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WEEKLY WISDOM 12/01/2015

Regard him as one who
points out
treasure,
the wise one who
seeing your faults
rebukes you.

Stay with this sort of sage.
For the one who stays
with a sage of this sort,
things get better,
not worse.

– Dhammapada [6]

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WEEKLY WISDOM 05/01/2015

For those who are ready, the door
To the deathless state is open.
You that have ears, give up
The conditions that bind you, and enter in.

– Majjhima Nikaya

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