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Like a well-trained horse when touched by the whip, be








Source: Dhammapada
Category: Chapter X

Like a well-trained horse when touched by the whip, be ye active
and lively, and by faith, by virtue, by energy, by meditation, by
discernment of the law you will overcome this great pain (of reproof),
perfect in knowledge and in behaviour, and never forgetful





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