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    All created things are impermanent. Strive diligently.
    — Gautama Buddha
    The whole secret of era is to specific no nervousness. Never nervousness what fortitude become of you, depend on no one. Free the twinkling you annul all help are you unrestricting.
    — Gautama Buddha
    tags: secret  help 
     
    Do not underestimate what you specific conventional, nor covetousness others. He who envies others does not terra firma organization of intellect.
    — Gautama Buddha
    tags: envy 
     
    Do not breathing in the chronological, do not dream of the later, drain the intellect on the bring about twinkling.
    — Gautama Buddha
    tags: dreams 
     
    An pretend and evil friend is haughty to be feared than a unmanageable beast; a unmanageable beast may mouthful your build up, but an evil friend fortitude mouthful your intellect.
    — Gautama Buddha
    tags: evil  friends 
     
    Pain in life is inevitable but suffering is not.
    — Gautama Buddha
    tags: pain  suffering 
     
    Do not accept anything simply because it has been said by your teacher, or because it has been written in your sacred books, or because it has been believed by many, or because it has been handed down by your ancestors. Accept and live only according to what will enable you to see truth face to face.
    — Gautama Buddha
    tags: truth  live  sacred  book 
     
    But if you do not find an intelligent companion, a wise and well-behaved person going the same way as yourself, then go on your way alone, like a king abandoning a conquered kingdom, or like a great elephant in the deep forest.
    — Gautama Buddha
    tags: people  alone  companion  wise 
     
    There are three things that cannot long be hidden: the sun, the moon and the truth.
    — Gautama Buddha
    tags: truth  moon 
     
    What is most needed is a loving heart.
    — Gautama Buddha
    tags: heart  loving 
     
    Be lamps unto yourselves; be your own confidence. Hold truth within yourselves.
    — Gautama Buddha
    tags: truth  confidence 
     
    Suffering is an illusion.
    — Gautama Buddha
    When one sees that everything exists as an illusion, one can live in a higher sphere than ordinary man.
    — Gautama Buddha
    tags: men  live  illusion 
     
    Never tell a lie. Anyone who can tell you the slightest of lies is also capable of any evil.
    — Gautama Buddha
    tags: evil  lies 
     
    Your greatest weapon is your enemy's mind
    — Gautama Buddha
    tags: mind 
     
    A man who will be the public leader, must know how to be the public follower.
    — Gautama Buddha
    tags: men  leader 
     
    A good horse runs with seeing just the shadow of the whip.
    — Gautama Buddha
    tags: seeing 
     
    And he who lives a hundred years, idle and weak, a life of one day is better if a man has attained firm strength.
    — Gautama Buddha
    tags: men  live  strength  year 
     
    Teach you? I cannot teach you. Go; experience for yourself
    — Gautama Buddha
    tags: experience 
     
    Truth is always truth, untruth is always untruth. This is what matters, this is right desire.
    — Gautama Buddha
    tags: desires  truth  right 
     
    Stop, stop. Do not speak. The ultimate truth is not even to think.
    — Gautama Buddha
    tags: truth 
     
    One moment, ten thousand years. Ten thousand years, one moment.
    — Gautama Buddha
    tags: moment  year 
     
    Overcoming yourself is better than overcoming a million enemies in battle.
    — Gautama Buddha
    tags: enemies  enemy  battle 
     
    If you do not follow the right path, you will be lost.
    — Gautama Buddha
    tags: lost  right  path 
     
    The seeker is that which is being sought.
    — Gautama Buddha
    tags: seeker 
     
    Explanation of the unspeakable cannot be finished.
    — Gautama Buddha
    The mind precedes all things, the mind dominates all things, the mind creates all things.
    — Gautama Buddha
    tags: mind 
     
    Follow the truth of the way. Reflect upon it. Make it your own. Live it. It will always sustain you.
    — Gautama Buddha
    tags: truth  live 
     
    There is no fire like passion. There are no chains like hate. Illusion is a net, Desire is a rushing river.
    — Gautama Buddha
    tags: desires  hate  fire  illusion  passion 
     
    Beware of the anger of the body. Master the body. Let it serve truth. Beware of the anger of the mouth. Master your words. Let them serve truth. Beware of the anger of the mind. Master your thoughts. Let them serve truth.
    — Gautama Buddha
    tags: truth  thoughts  anger  master  body  mind 
     
    Believe, meditate, see. Be harmless, be blameless. Awake to the law. And from all sorrows free yourself.
    — Gautama Buddha
    tags: believe  sorrow  law  awake 
     
    Craving brings pain; craving brings fear. If you do not yield to craving, you will be free from pain and fear
    — Gautama Buddha
    tags: fear  pain 
     
    He who is kind to animals heaven will protect.
    — Gautama Buddha
    tags: animals  heaven 
     
    Want what you have and you will always get what you want.
    — Gautama Buddha
    Sound health is the greatest of gifts; contentedness, the greatest of riches; trust, the greatest of qualities.
    — Gautama Buddha
    tags: health  trust  quality 
     
    Why cling to the pain and the wrongs of yesterday? Why hold on to the very things that keep you from hope and love.
    — Gautama Buddha
    tags: pain  wrong  hope 
     
    He who never thinks of anything as 'mine' does not feel the lack of anything: he is never worried by a sense of loss.
    — Gautama Buddha
    tags: loss 
     
    The world is full of suffering. Birth is suffering, decre- pitude is suffering, sickness and death are sufferings. To face a man of hatred is suffering, to be separated from a beloved one is suffering, to be vainly struggling to satisfy one's needs is suffering. In fact, life that is not free from desire and passion is always involved with suffering.
    — Gautama Buddha
    A wrong action may not bring its reaction at once, even as fresh milk turns not sour at once: like a smouldering fire concealed under ashes it consumes the wrongdoer, the fool.
    — Gautama Buddha
    tags: action  fire  wrong  fools 
     
    Do not believe anything on the mere authority of teachers or priests. Accept as true and as the guide to your life only that which accords with your own reason and experience, after thorough investigation. Accept only that which contributes to the well-being of yourself and others.
    — Gautama Buddha
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    gautama buddha
    Birth    : 567 BC
    Death  : 484 BC
    Occupation  : Founding Figure