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, A wise man should leave the dark state








Source: Dhammapada
Category: Chapter VI

, A wise man should leave the dark state (of ordinary life), and
follow the bright state (of the Bhikshu) After going from his home
to a homeless state, he should in his retirement look for enjoyment
where there seemed to be no enjoyment Leaving all pleasures behind,
and calling nothing his own, the wise man should purge himself from
all the troubles of the mind





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