The portion of the palm under the base of the Thumb and inside the Line of Life is called the Mount of Venus (Plate VI., Part II.). When well-formed and not too large, it denotes a desire for love and companionship, the desire to please, wors... Read more of C The Mount Of Venus And Its Meaning at Palm Readings.orgInformational Site Network Informational
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Let, therefore, no man love anything; loss of the beloved








Source: Dhammapada
Category: Chapter XVI

Let, therefore, no man love anything; loss of the beloved is
evil Those who love nothing and hate nothing, have no fetters





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