Monthly Archives: May 2015

WEEKLY WISDOM 25/05/2015

This body, bhikkhus, is perishable, consciousness is of a nature to dissolve, and all objects of clinging are impermanent, suffering and subject to change.

– Itivuttaka

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WEEKLY WISDOM 18/05/2015

Whose minds are well-developed in the factors of self-awakening, who delight in non-clinging, relinquishing grasping- resplendent, their effluents ended: they, in the world, are Unbound.

– Dhammapada [6]

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WEEKLY WISDOM 11/05/2015

Just as a tree, though cut down, sprouts up again if its roots remain uncut and firm,
even so, until the craving that lies dormant is rooted out, suffering springs up again and again

– Dhammapada [338]

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WEEKLY WISDOM 04/05/2015

You are now like a yellowed leaf. Already Yama’s minions stand near. You stand at the door to departure but have yet to provide for the journey. Make an island for yourself! Work quickly! Be wise! With impurities all blown away, unblemished, you’ll reach the divine realm of the noble ones.

– Dhammapada [18]

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