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Like a well-guarded frontier fort, with defences within and without, so








Source: Dhammapada
Category: Chapter XXII

Like a well-guarded frontier fort, with defences within and
without, so let a man guard himself Not a moment should escape, for
they who allow the right moment to pass, suffer pain when they are in
hell





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