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He who does not rouse himself when it is time








Source: Dhammapada
Category: Chapter XX

He who does not rouse himself when it is time to rise, who,
though young and strong, is full of sloth, whose will and thought are
weak, that lazy and idle man will never find the way to knowledge





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