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Sayings


  1. 1.       The secret of success is constancy to purpose.
    2.       As well as loving the Father, to have love for all souls is to tally have good wishes for everyone.
    3.       Victory belongs to the most persevering.
    4.       It is proof high culture to say the greatest matters in the simplest way.
    5.       By remaining constantly courageous and also encouraging others, you will continually receive God’s help.
    6.       Life is a challenge : meet it.
    Life is love: enjoy it.
    Life is a dream: realise it
    Life is a game : play it.
    7.       Happiness depends on what you can give, not what you can get.
    8.       “ he abased me, he defeated me, he robbed me, the hatred of them, who harbor this thought, is not appeased.
    9.       Hatred is never appeased by hatred, it is appeased by non-hatred, This is the eternal law.
    10.   “We do here perish” this the others do not understand. But if they do understand, the quarrels are there by appeased.

    11.   As a house ill-thatched the rain pierces through, so does lust pierce though the uncultivated mind.
    12.   The fame increases greatly of him who is striving and is mindful, whose deeds are pure and well-considered, who is restrained and who lives righteously and with diligence.
    13.   Let one not betake himself to intoxication let one not betake himself to sense pleasures fro he who is free from intoxication and who is contemplative, Attains to great happiness.
    14.   The wisdom does not attain fullness of him whose mind is not steady, who does not understand the good law and whose tranquility is superficial.  
    15.   There is no fear to him whose mind is not leaky, whose thoughts are not perplexed, who has done away with good and bad and who is wide awake.
    16.   Before long will this body lie on earth, thrown away, devoid of consciousness and uncles as a piece of stick.
    17.   What the ill-placed mind does to him is far worse than whatever a foe does to his foe or an enemy to his enemy.
    18.   Let one not observe the faults of others not what others have done and not done, let one observe one’s own actions and non-actions.
    19.   If a fool knows his folly, he may there by become wise, But that fool, who thinks he is wise, is indeed called a fool.
    20.   As a solid rock is not shaken by the wind, even so are the wise men unshaken in blame and praise.
    21.   Even if there be a thousand speeches a more collection of useless words one useful word is better (than all that) having heard which one is pacified.
    22.   Though one conquers in battle a thousand times thousand men he is the best among conquerors who conquers his one self.
    23.   The life for one day of one who is wise and contemplative is better than if one were to live for hundred years, foolish and distracted.
    24.   The life for one day of one who strives with firm Endeavour is better than if one were to live for a hundred years, lazy and devoid effort.
    25.   This man with little learning,
    Grows like a bull,
    His flesh grows,
    But not his wisdom.
    26.   Let one establish oneself first, then let one advice others, Such a wise man, will not suffer stain.
    27.   Who wins, creates an enemy, unhappily does the defeated sleep, who is pacified sleeps happily, having give up victory and defeat.
    28.   There is no five like lust, there is no stain like anger, there is nothing so painful as the aggregates, and there is no happiness greater than the perfect calm.
    29.   Let one conquer anger with non-anger and evil with righteousness let one conquer the miser with gifts and the liar with truth.
    30.   Who destroys life, takes what is not given, commits and indulges in intoxicating liquors, he in this very world, digs the roof of his own choppiness.
    31.   There is no fire like lust, there is no monster  like anger, there is no net like ignorance, and there is no stream like craving.
    32.   Of him who sees other’s faults with a view to take offence, the intoxicants grow, he is far off from the destruction of intoxicants.

    33.   Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.
    34.   One is not wise because he speaks much. who causes no fear, who is without hate and who is fearless he is called a Wiseman.
    35.   Better to work and fail than to sleep one’s life away.
    36.   To be conscious that you are ignorant is a great step to knowledge.
    37.   Idleness is only the refuge of weak minds.
    38.   Good order is the foundation of all good things.
    39.   Don’t let your parents down, they brought you up.
    40.   Let your crown be humility, your freedom, The freedom of the soul.
    41.   Open rebuke is better than hidden love.
    42.   If requires more courage to suffer than to die.
    43.   The secret of success is hard work. May be that is why it has remind a  secret to so many.
    44.   Some grow under responsibility, other merely swell.
    45.   If you stop every time a dog barks your road will never end.
    46.   Be not afraid of greatness, Some men are born great, Some achieve greatness and Some have greatness thirst upon them.
    47.   Only a fool tests the depth of water with both feet.
    48.   Nothing is more inspiring than personal example.
    49.   It’s easier to climb than it is to hang on at the top.
    50.   You cannot help the poor by destroying the rich.
    51.   Wise man learn by others mistake, Fools, by their own.
    52.   You cannot strengthen the weak by weakening the strong.
    53.   To be good only to yourself is to be good for nothing.



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