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He who is prepared for the future and he who deals cleverly with any situation that may arise are both happy; but the fatalistic man who wholly depends on luck is ruined.


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It is better to die than to preserve this life by incurring disgrace. The loss of life causes but a ...
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O lady, why are you gazing downward? Has something of yours fallen on the ground? (She replies) O fo...
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By going to the den of a lion pearls from the head of an elephant may be obtained; but by visiting t...
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He who is engrossed in family life will never acquire knowledge; there can be no mercy in the eater ...
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A single son endowed with good qualities is far better than a hundred devoid of them.
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Learn one thing from a lion; one from a crane; four a cock; five from a crow; six from a dog; and th...
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Lakshmi, the Goddess of wealth, comes of Her own accord where fools are not respected, grain is well...
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He who regards another's wife as his mother, the wealth that does not belong to him as a lump of mud...
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Do not put your trust in rivers, men who carry weapons, beasts with claws or horns, women, and membe...
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Oil on water, a secret communicated to a base man, a gift given to a worthy receiver, and scriptural...
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The learned are envied by the foolish; rich men by the poor; chaste women by adulteresses; and beaut...
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Who is there who has not been overcome by the ravages of time? What beggar has attained glory? Who h...
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Those who are destitute of learning, penance, knowledge, good disposition, virtue and benevolence ar...
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What good is a cow that neither gives milk nor conceives? Similarly, what is the value of the birth ...
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Consider again and again the following: the right time, the right friends, the right place, the righ...
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They alone are sons who are devoted to their father. He is a father who supports his sons. He is a f...
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All the creatures are pleased by loving words; and therefore we should address words that are pleasi...
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