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He whose appetites are stilled, who is not absorbed in








Source: Dhammapada
Category: Chapter VII

He whose appetites are stilled, who is not absorbed in enjoyment,
who has perceived void and unconditioned freedom (Nirvana), his path
is difficult to understand, like that of birds in the air





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