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If a man for a hundred years worship Agni (fire)








Source: Dhammapada
Category: Chapter VIII

If a man for a hundred years worship Agni (fire) in the forest,
and if he but for one moment pay homage to a man whose soul is
grounded (in true knowledge), better is that homage than sacrifice for
a hundred years





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