By association with the exalted, Who would not become uplifted? T

Any man who strives to do his best Whether his work be great or s

The career of a sage is of two kinds: He is either honored by all

Moral conduct, self-restraint, And control of the mind What else

One’s desire to be attractive and happy And to enjoy the pleasure

The fire which burned the forest Became the companion of the wind

There is no ornament like virtue, There is no misery like worry,

Virtues are acquired through endeavor, Which rests wholly upon yo

Although a cloth be washed a hundred times, How can it be rendere

The man against whom you feel anger in your heart Is not to be ad

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