Monthly Archives: October 2015

WEEKLY WISDOM 26/10/2015

Winning gives birth to hostility.
Losing, one lies down in pain.
The calmed lie down with ease,
having set winning & losing aside.

– Dhammapada [15]

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WEEKLY WISDOM 19/10/2015

All the delightful things of the world–sweet sounds, lovely forms, all the pleasant tastes and touches and thoughts–these are all agreed to bring happiness if they are not grasped and possessed.

But if you regard them merely as pleasures for your own use and satisfaction and do not see them as passing wonders, they will bring suffering.

– Sutta Nipata

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WEEKLY WISDOM 12/10/2015

As a mother watches over her child, willing to risk her own life to protect her only child, so with a boundless heart should one cherish all living beings, suffusing the whole world with unobstructed loving kindness.

– Metta Sutta

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WEEKLY WISDOM 05/10/2015

For one who is in the habit of constantly honoring and respecting the elders, four blessings increase—age, beauty, bliss, and strength.

– Dhammapada [109]

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