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A Bhikshu (mendicant) who delights in earnestness, who looks with fear








Source: Dhammapada
Category: Chapter II

A Bhikshu (mendicant) who delights in earnestness, who looks with
fear on thoughtlessness, moves about like fire, burning all his
fetters, small or large





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