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Authors: Buddha Quotes, Famous Buddha Quotes, Sayings Siddhartha Guatama
Buddha Quotes 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6

Give thanks
For what had been given to you,
However little.
Be pure, never falter.
Buddha
Dhammapada.

How easily the wind overturns a frail tee.
Seek happiness in the senses,
Indulge in food and sleep,
And you too will be uprooted.
Buddha
Dhammapada.

The wind cannot overturn a mountain.
Temptation cannot touch the man
Who is awake, strong and humble,
Who masters hiself and minds the law.
Buddha
Dhammapada.

See the false as false,
The true as true.
Look into your heart.
Follow your nature.
Buddha
Dhammapada.

In every trial
Let understanding fight for you.
Buddha
Dhammapada.

Free yourself from attachment.
Know the sweet joy of the way.
How joyful to look upon the awakened
And to keep company with the wise.
How long the road to the man
Who travels the road with the fool.
Buddha
Dhammapada.

However many holy words you read,
However many you speak,
What good will they do you
If you do not act upon them?
Buddha
Dhammapada.

If a man's thoughts are muddy,
If he is reckless and full of deceit,
How can he wear the yellow robe?
Whoever is master of his own nature,
Bright, clear and true,
He may indeed wear the yellow robe.
Buddha
Dhammapada.

Your worst enemy cannot harm you
As much as your own thoughts, unguarded.
But once mastered,
No one can help you as much,
Not even your father or your mother.
Buddha
Dhammapada.

Health, contentment and trust
Are your greatest possessions,
And freedom your greatest joy.
Look within.
Be still.
Buddha
Dhammapada.

Understand that the body
Is merely the foam of a wave,
The shadow of a shadow.
Buddha
Dhammapada.

Desire never crosses the path
Of virtuous and wakeful men.
Buddha
Dhammapada.

Whoever follows impure thoughts
Suffers in this world and the next.
In both worlds he suffers
And how greatly.
Buddha
Dhammapada.

The true master lives in truth,
In goodness and restraint,
Non-violence, moderation and purity.
Buddha
Dhammapada.

The ignorant man is an ox.
He grows in size, not in wisdom.
Buddha
Dhammapada.

How easy it is to see your brother's faults,
How hard it is to face your own.
Buddha
Dhammapada.

There is pleasure
And there is bliss.
Forgo the first to possess the second.
Buddha
Dhammapada.

Fresh milk takes time to sour.
So a fool's mischief
Takes time to catch up with him.
Like the embers of a fire
It smoulders within him.
Buddha
Dhammapada.

Do what you have to do
Resolutely, with all your heart.
The traveller who hesitates
Only raises dust on the road.
Buddha
Dhammapada.

The wise man tells you
Where you have fallen
And where you yet may fall - Invaluable secrets!
Follow him, follow the way.
Buddha
Dhammapada.

By your own folly
You will be brought as low
As you worst enemy wishes.
Buddha
Dhammapada.

By your own efforts
Waken yourself, watch yourself.
And live joyfully.
You are the master.
Buddha
Dhammapada.

Awake.
Be the witness of your thoughts.
Buddha
Dhammapada.

Look not for recognition
But follow the awakened
And set yourself free.
Buddha
Dhammapada.

Why do what you will regret?
Why bring tears upon yourself?
Do only what you do not regret,
And fill yourself with joy.
Buddha
Dhammapada.

For a while the fool's mischief
Tastes sweet, sweet as honey.
Bit in the end it turns bitter.
And how bitterly he suffers!
Buddha
Dhammapada.

Can you hide from your own mischief.
Not in the sky,
Not in the midst of the ocean,
Nor deep in the mountains,
Nowhere.
Buddha
Dhammapada.

Do not let pleasure distract you
From meditation, from the way.
Free yourself from pleasure and pain.
Buddha
Dhammapada.

The fool is his own enemy.
The mischief is his undoing.
How bitterly he suffers!
Buddha
Dhammapada.

Turn away from mischief.
Again and again, turn away.
Before sorrow befalls you.
Set your heart on doing good.
Buddha
Dhammapada.

Do not look for bad company
Or live with men who do not care.
Find friends who love the truth.
Drink deeply.
Live in serenity and joy.
Buddha
Dhammapada.

Beware of the anger of the body.
Master the body.
Let it serve truth.
Buddha
Dhammapada.

Beware of the anger of the mouth.
Master your words.
Let them serve truth.
Buddha
Dhammapada.

Beware of the anger of the mind.
Master your thoughts.
Let them serve truth.
Buddha
Dhammapada.

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