382. Surely that youthful bhikkhu who
strives in the Buddha's Teaching
illuminates all this world
as moon when free from clouds. 

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348. Let go before, let go the after,
let go the middle, beyond the becoming.
With mind released in every way
you'll come no more to birth, decay.



 

78. Don't go around with evil friends,
with rogues do not resort.
Spend your time with noble friends,
and worthy ones consort.




 
 
85. Among folk they are few
who go to the Further Shore,
most among humanity
scurry on this hither shore. 



 

58. As beside the highroad

where rubbish in a pit is flung

there flourishes the lotus bloom

fragrant and the mind's delight. 

 

 

99. Delightful are the forests

where folk do not delight,

there the Passionless delight,

they’re not pleasure-seekers.



 

199. We the unfrenzied live
happily midst the frenzied,
among the frenzied humans
from frenzy dwell we free. 




 

296. Well awakened, they're awake
ever the Buddha's pupils
who constantly by day, by night
are mindful of the Buddha.

297. Well awakened, they're awake
ever the Buddha's pupils
who constantly by day, by night
are mindful of the Dhamma.

298. Well awakened, they're awake
ever the Buddha's pupils
who constantly by day, by night
are mindful of the Sangha.  
 



 

376. One should be hospitable
and skilled in good behaviour,
thereby greatly joyful
come to dukkha's end.




 

330. Better it is to live alone

for with a fool's no fellowship,
no evil do, be free of care,
fare as lone elephant in the wilds. 




 

328. If for practice one finds a friend
prudent, well-behaved and wise,
mindful, joyful, live with him
all troubles overcoming. 




 

305. Alone one sits, alone one lies,
alone one walks unweariedly,
in solitude one tames oneself
so in the woods will one delight.