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 Chapter 1.Twin verses

Chapter 1.Twin verses

1. Mind precedes all knowables, mind's their chief, mind-made are they. if with a corrupted mind one should either speak or act dukkha f...

Chapter 2. consientiousness

Chapter 2. consientiousness

21. Conscientiousness is the state of deathlessness.Negligence is the state of death. The conscientious ones do not die. Those, who are negl...

Chapter 3. The Mind

Chapter 3. The Mind

33. wavering, unsteady mind, hard to guard, difficult to restrain, the wise one straightens, like an arrow-maker an arrow. 34. Like a fish, ...

Chapter 4. The Flower

Chapter 4. The Flower

44. who will investigate this earth and this Yama's world with its deities? Who will understand this well taught Dharma-verse, as a skil...

Chapter 5. The Fool

Chapter 5. The Fool

60. Long is the night for a wakeful; long is a yojana for a tired. Long is the Samsara for the fools who do not know the true Dharma. 61. If...

Chapter 6. The wise

Chapter 6. The wise

76. Should one see an intelligent person, who speaks rebukingly, who can see faults as if showing treasures, one should associate with such ...

chapter 7. The Arahant

chapter 7. The Arahant

90. Pain does not exist for one, who has finished the journey, is without sorrow, who is emancipated in every respect and who has abandoned ...

Chapter 8. The Thousand

Chapter 8. The Thousand

100. Rather then a thousand speeches without meaningful words, is better on meaningful word, after heariing which, one can attain calm. 101....

Chapter 9. The Evil

Chapter 9. The Evil

116. You should be quick in doing good, one should restrain mind from evil.The mind of somebody, who is slow in doing good, delights in evil...

Chapter 10. Punishment

Chapter 10. Punishment

129. All tremble at force, of death are all afraid. Likening others to oneself kill not nor cause to kill. 130. All tremble at force, dear i...

Chapter 11. The Old Age

Chapter 11. The Old Age

146. What loughter? Why joy? when everything is constantly burning? covered by darkness, you do not seek light? 147. Look at this mind-creat...

Chapter 12. The Self

Chapter 12. The Self

157. If someone holds oneself dear, let him guard himself very well. In any of the three watches of the night let the wise one be watchful. ...

 Chapter 13. The World

Chapter 13. The World

167. Don'tpractice inferior teachings; don't connect with negligence. Don't embrace wrong beliefs; don't be attached to the ...

Chapter 14. The Buddha

Chapter 14. The Buddha

179. Whose victory cannot be turned into defeat, nobody in the world can pursue his victory . By what way will you destroy such an Awakened ...

 Chapter 15. The Happiness

Chapter 15. The Happiness

197. Very happily indeed we live, free of hatred amongst hateful. Amongst hateful people we dwell without hatred. 198. Very happily indeed w...

Chapter 16. Affection

Chapter 16. Affection

209. One makes an effort where none's duewith nothing done where effort's due,one grasps the dear, gives up the Quest envying those ...

Chapter 17. Anger

Chapter 17. Anger

221. Anger and pride should one forsake, all fetters cast aside, dukkha's none where no desire, no binding to body or mind. 222. Who che...

Chapter 18. Impurities

Chapter 18. Impurities

235. Nowa withered leaf are you and now Death's men draw near, now you stand at the parting gates but waybread you have none. 236. Make ...

Chapter 19. Enstablished

Chapter 19. Enstablished

256. Whoever judges hastily does Dhamma not uphold, a wise one should investigate truth and untruth both. 257. Who others guides impartially...

Chapter 20. The Path

Chapter 20. The Path

273. Of paths the Eight-fold is the best, of truths the statement four, the passionless of teaching best,of humankind the Seer. 274. This is...