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The scent of flowers does not travel against the wind,








Source: Dhammapada
Category: Chapter IV

The scent of flowers does not travel against the wind, nor (that
of) sandal-wood, or of Tagara and Mallika flowers; but the odour of
good people travels even against the wind; a good man pervades every
place





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