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, He who pays homage to those who deserve








Source: Dhammapada
Category: Chapter XV

, He who pays homage to those who deserve homage, whether the
awakened (Buddha) or their disciples, those who have overcome the host
(of evils), and crossed the flood of sorrow, he who pays homage to
such as have found deliverance and know no fear, his merit can never
be measured by anybody


Happiness





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