Dhammapada Verses on “ANGER”




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One should
 give up anger,
renounce pride,
 and overcome
   all fetters.
Suffering never
befalls him who
  clings not to
 ...
He who checks
rising anger as a
    charioteer
 checks a rolling
chariot, him I call
a true charioteer.
Others only hold
 ...
Overcome the
 angry by non-
anger; overcome
 the wicked by
   goodness;
  overcome the
    miser by
   generosity;
overcom...
Speak the truth;
yield not to anger;
when asked, give
 even if you only
 have a little. By
    these three
 means can one
...
Those sages
    who are
inoffensive and
ever restrained
 in body, go to
 the Deathless
State (Nibbana),
 where, having
   ...
Those who are
   ever vigilant,
  who discipline
 themselves day
  and night, and
  are ever intent
upon Nibbana —
their d...
O Atula! Indeed, this
is an ancient practice,
not one only of today:
they blame those who
  remain silent, they
   blame t...
There never was,
 there never will
 be, nor is there
  now, a person
  who is wholly
blamed or wholly
     praised.



   ...
But the man
whom the wise
  praise, after
 observing him
day after day, is
one of flawless
character, wise,
 and endowed
w...
Who can blame
 such a one, as
  worthy as a
 coin of refined
gold? Even the
  gods praise
him; by Brahma,
   too, is he
  ...
Let a man guard
   himself against
irritability in bodily
 action; let him be
controlled in deed.
Abandoning bodily
   mis...
Let a man guard
 himself against
   irritability in
 speech; let him
 be controlled in
      speech.
   Abandoning
       ...
Let a man guard
  himself against
    irritability in
thought; let him be
controlled in mind.
    Abandoning
mental miscon...
The wise are
 controlled in
bodily action,
 controlled in
 speech and
 controlled in
thought. They
are truly well-
  contr...
The End




 May The Buddha’s Words and Advice
help make us compassionate and wise.




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Dhammapada Verses On Anger

  1. 1. Dhammapada Verses on “ANGER” 1
  2. 2. One should give up anger, renounce pride, and overcome all fetters. Suffering never befalls him who clings not to mind and body and is detached. 2
  3. 3. He who checks rising anger as a charioteer checks a rolling chariot, him I call a true charioteer. Others only hold the reins. 3
  4. 4. Overcome the angry by non- anger; overcome the wicked by goodness; overcome the miser by generosity; overcome the liar by truth. 4
  5. 5. Speak the truth; yield not to anger; when asked, give even if you only have a little. By these three means can one reach the presence of the gods. 5
  6. 6. Those sages who are inoffensive and ever restrained in body, go to the Deathless State (Nibbana), where, having gone, they grieve no more. 6
  7. 7. Those who are ever vigilant, who discipline themselves day and night, and are ever intent upon Nibbana — their defilements fade away. 7
  8. 8. O Atula! Indeed, this is an ancient practice, not one only of today: they blame those who remain silent, they blame those who speak much, they blame those who speak in moderation. There is none in the world who is not blamed. 8
  9. 9. There never was, there never will be, nor is there now, a person who is wholly blamed or wholly praised. 9
  10. 10. But the man whom the wise praise, after observing him day after day, is one of flawless character, wise, and endowed with knowledge and virtue. 10
  11. 11. Who can blame such a one, as worthy as a coin of refined gold? Even the gods praise him; by Brahma, too, is he praised 11
  12. 12. Let a man guard himself against irritability in bodily action; let him be controlled in deed. Abandoning bodily misconduct, let him practice good conduct in deed. 12
  13. 13. Let a man guard himself against irritability in speech; let him be controlled in speech. Abandoning verbal misconduct, let him practice good conduct in speech. 13
  14. 14. Let a man guard himself against irritability in thought; let him be controlled in mind. Abandoning mental misconduct, let him practice good conduct in thought. 14
  15. 15. The wise are controlled in bodily action, controlled in speech and controlled in thought. They are truly well- controlled. 15
  16. 16. The End May The Buddha’s Words and Advice help make us compassionate and wise. 16

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