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Let a fool month after month eat his food (like








Source: Dhammapada
Category: Chapter V

Let a fool month after month eat his food (like an ascetic) with
the tip of a blade of Kusa grass, yet he is not worth the sixteenth
particle of those who have well weighed the law





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