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Whatever a man sacrifice in this world as an offering








Source: Dhammapada
Category: Chapter VIII

Whatever a man sacrifice in this world as an offering or as an
oblation for a whole year in order to gain merit, the whole of it is
not worth a quarter (a farthing); reverence shown to the righteous is
better





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