My Favorite Quotes

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 Nagarjuna - “After happiness comes suffering.After suffering arises happiness.For beings happiness and sufferingRevolve like a wheel.”
 Nagarjuna - “Things derive their being and nature by mutual dependence and are nothing in themselves”
 Jaya Arjuna - “At present, people don't trust him due to his status as a criminal suspect for a purported fake diploma, so Rudolf should show that he has leadership skills and honesty to encourage people to build the province together and use natural resources for the people's benefits.”
 Jaya Arjuna - “Many people, especially officials, don't have the courage to speak up against corruption.”
 Jaya Arjuna - “This shows that our law enforcers have yet to become serious about fighting corruption. In contrast, the people seem to have more enthusiasm to bring graft cases out into the open.”
 Siddha Nagarjuna - “Who is blind, dumb and deaf will live a peaceful life of a hundred years.”
 Siddha Nagarjuna - “If you desire ease, forsake learning. If you desire learning, forsake ease.”
 Siddha Nagarjuna - “Method is more important than strength . . . By dropping golden beads near a snake, a crow once managed to have a passerby kill the snake for the beads.”
 Nagarjuna - “All philosophies are mental fabrications. There has never been a single doctrine by which one could enter the true essence of things.”
 Nagarjuna - “Virtues are acquired through endeavor,Which rests wholly upon yourself.So, to praise others for their virtuesCan but encourage one's own efforts.”
 Nagarjuna - “The logs of wood which move down the river together Are driven apart by every wave. Such inevitable parting Should not be the cause of misery.”
 Nagarjuna - “He whose anger causes no fear, Who can confer no benefit when pleased, Who can neither destroy nor subjugate, What good is such a man's anger”
 Nagarjuna - “He who knoweth the precepts by heart, But faileth to practice them, Is like unto one who lighteth a lamp And then shutteth his eyes.”
 Nagarjuna - “He who pursues people for what they can give, And yet pays no heed to those who have offered much, Is like the man who thinks only of the butter to come, And pays no heed to what has already been churned.”
 Nagarjuna - “As long as you watch the way, As long as your steps are steady, As long as your wisdom is unimpaired, So long will you reap profit.”
 Nagarjuna - “He who knows one thing, knows all things And he who knows all things, knows one thing. He who is careless in all respects, is in danger he who is not careless in all respects, is free from danger.”
 Nagarjuna - “He who does not try a remedy For the disease of going to hell What will he do when he reaches that place Where there is no cure to be found”
 Nagarjuna - “He who does not attempt to make peace When small discords arise, Is like the bee's hive which leaks drops of honey - Soon, the whole hive collapses.”
 Nagarjuna - “If one is plotting evil, He always uses pleasant words. When a hunter sees the game, He sings a sweet song to lure it.”
 Nagarjuna - “By association with the exalted, Who would not become uplifted The thread which strings the flowers Becomes a garland for the head.”
 Nagarjuna - “The fire which burned the forest Became the companion of the wind. But just as the wind extinguished the fire, The weak man loses his friends.”
 Nagarjuna - “Any man who strives to do his best Whether his work be great or small Is considered to be doing the work of a lion.”
 Nagarjuna - “An anthill increases by accumulation. Medicine is consumed by distribution. That which is feared lessens by association. This is the thing to understand.”
 Nagarjuna - “Although you may remain somewhere for a long time, It is certain that you will have to leave Whatever may be the manner of parting, The actual going cannot be avoided.”
 Nagarjuna - “A highly learned man has two sources of happiness Either he abandons all earthly interests Or else he possesses much which could be abandoned.”

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