With great
perseverance, he W
m e d i t a t e s ,
seeking freedom
and happiness.
Dhamma

Dhammapada
2 : 23

Of little
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Reflections on Dhammapada Verses

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  1. 1. With great perseverance, he W m e d i t a t e s , seeking freedom and happiness. Dhamma Dhammapada 2 : 23 Of little importance is the perfume of sandalwood or incense, but the fragrance of virtue rises to the Heavens. It is good to train the wandering mind. A mind under control brings great happiness. Dhammapada 3 : 35 The fool thinks that his evil deed is sweet as honey till it bears its fruit, when he suffers pain. Dhammapada 5 :69 Dhammapada 4 :56 Though one may conquer a thousand times a thousand men in battle, yet he indeed is the noblest victor who conquers himself. He who does no harm to beings who longs for happiness, will find it for himself. Dhammapada 10 :132 Dhammapada 8:103 The man of little learning grows old like a bull. He grows only in bulk, but, his wisdom does not grow. Dhammapada 11:152 WHAT THE BUDDHA SAID … Reflections Do not follow ignoble ways; do not live in heedlessness; do not embrace wrong views; do not add to the rounds of rebirth. Dhammapada 13:167

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