Monthly Archives: September 2015

WEEKLY WISDOM 28/09/2015

If a man should conquer in battle a thousand and a thousand more, and another should conquer himself, his would be the greater victory, because the greatest of victories is the victory over oneself.

– Buddha

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WEEKLY WISDOM 21/09/2015

How very happily we live, free from busyness among those who are busy. Among busy people, free from busyness we dwell.

– Dhammapada

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WEEKLY WISDOM 14/09/2015

It’s easy to see The errors of others, But hard to see Your own. You winnow like chaff The errors of others, But conceal your own– Like a cheat, an unlucky throw. If you focus on the errors of others, Constantly finding fault, Your effluents flourish. You’re far from their ending.

– Dhammapada [18]

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WEEKLY WISDOM 07/09/2015

Sandalwood, tagara, lotus, & jasmine: Among these scents, The scent of virtue Is unsurpassed. Next to nothing, this fragrance –sandalwood, tagara while the scent of the virtuous wafts to the gods, supreme.

– Dhammapada [4]

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