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He alone who, without ceasing, practises the duty of sitting alone








Source: Dhammapada
Category: Chapter XXII

He alone who, without ceasing, practises the duty of sitting
alone and sleeping alone, he, subduing himself, will rejoice in the
destruction of all desires alone, as if living in a forest


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