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The Awakened call patience the highest penance, long-suffering the highest Nirvana;








Source: Dhammapada
Category: Chapter XIV

The Awakened call patience the highest penance, long-suffering
the highest Nirvana; for he is not an anchorite (pravragita) who
strikes others, he is not an ascetic (sramana) who insults others





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