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If a man find no prudent companion who walks with








Source: Dhammapada
Category: Chapter XXIII

If a man find no prudent companion who walks with him, is wise,
and lives soberly, let him walk alone, like a king who has left his
conquered country behind,--like an elephant in the forest





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