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Those who bridle their mind which travels far, moves about








Source: Dhammapada
Category: Chapter III

Those who bridle their mind which travels far, moves about alone,
is without a body, and hides in the chamber (of the heart), will be
free from the bonds of Mara (the tempter)





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