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He whose conquest is not conquered again, into whose conquest








Source: Dhammapada
Category: Chapter XIV

He whose conquest is not conquered again, into whose conquest no
one in this world enters, by what track can you lead him, the
Awakened, the Omniscient, the trackless?





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