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, Not only by discipline and vows, not only








Source: Dhammapada
Category: Chapter XX

, Not only by discipline and vows, not only by much learning,
not by entering into a trance, not by sleeping alone, do I earn the
happiness of release which no worldling can know Bhikshu, be not
confident as long as thou hast not attained the extinction of desires


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