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Even though, month after month, the fool living in austerity takes his food sparingly with the tip of a grass blade, he is not worth even one-sixteenth part of those who have comprehended the Truth i. He who seeks his own happiness by hurting or killing beings, never finds happiness and will not escape from his sufferings. He who seeks his own happiness not by hurting or killing beings but by purifying oneself; will find happiness and ends all sufferings. Do not speak harshly to anyone; those who are spoken to will answer you in the same way. Indeed, Angry speech is painful and retaliation may overtake you.

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Even though, month after month, the fool living in austerity takes his food sparingly with the tip of a grass blade, he is not worth even one-sixteenth part of those who have comprehended the Truth i. He who seeks his own happiness by hurting or killing beings, never finds happiness and will not escape from his sufferings.

He who seeks his own happiness not by hurting or killing beings but by purifying oneself; will find happiness and ends all sufferings. Do not speak harshly to anyone; those who are spoken to will answer you in the same way.

Indeed, Angry speech is painful and retaliation may overtake you. XII: Self Atta-vaggo [ edit ] If a man hold himself dear, let him watch himself carefully; during one at least out of the three watches a wise man should be watchful. Let each man direct himself first to what is proper, then let him teach others; thus a wise man will not suffer.

With self well subdued, a man finds a refuge such as few can find. The evil done by oneself, self-begotten, self-bred, crushes the foolish, as a diamond breaks a precious stone. He whose wickedness is very great brings himself down to that state where his enemy wishes him to be, as a creeper does with the tree which it surrounds. Bad deeds, and deeds hurtful to ourselves, are easy to do; what is beneficial and good, that is very difficult to do. The foolish man who scorns the rule of the venerable Arahat , of the elect Ariya , of the virtuous, and follows false doctrine, he bears fruit to his own destruction, like the fruits of the Katthaka reed.

By oneself the evil is done, by oneself one suffers; by oneself evil is left undone, by oneself one is purified. Purity and impurity belong to oneself, no one can purify another.

XIII: World[ edit ] Rouse yourself, be diligent, in Dhamma faring well. XX: The Way Magga-vaggo [ edit ] You yourself must make an effort. The Tathagatas Buddhas are only preachers. The thoughtful who enter the way are freed from the bondage of Mara.

Men, driven on by thirst, run about like a snared hare; let therefore the mendicant drive out thirst, by striving after passionlessness for himself. Pettis, Boston Massachusetts? Buddhadatta , Colombo Apothecaries, ? Burlinghame, Harvard Oriental Series , , 3 volumes; reprinted by Pali Text Society [1] , Bristol; translation of the stories from the commentary, with the Dhammapada verses embedded Tr R. Vaidya according to different bibliographies; or did one publisher issue two translations in the same year?

Bhag w? Latter, Moulmein, Burma, ? Adikaram, Colombo, Tr A.

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Purchase from Amazon here ; or from the publisher Shambhala here. A Monastery Within: Tales from the Buddhist Path Inspired by his years of Buddhist monastic life, Gil Fronsdal has written these warm-hearted stories as part of the tradition of teaching through storytelling. These are tales of transformation and spiritual growth. They delight and challenge as they express different facets of the Buddhist path to liberation in familiar, yet fresh and engaging, ways.

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