Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 11 Oct 2011 11:54 and updated at 11 Oct 2011 11:54


tkl.1.2.01 What will he who lives virtuously in the domestic state gain by going into the other, Ascetic() state
tkl.1.2.01 The householder who, not swerving from Virtue, helps the Ascetic in his way, endures more than those who endure penance.
tkl.1.3.00 1.3 Ascetic Virtue
tkl.1.3.03 The nature of religious discipline consists, in the endurance (by the Ascetic) of the sufferings which it brings on himself, and in abstaining from giving pain to others.
tkl.1.3.03 If (the Ascetic) Desire the destruction of his Enemies, or the aggrandizement of his Friends, it will be effected by (the power of) his austerities.
tkl.1.3.04 When, clad in stern Ascetic garb, one secret Evil works.
tkl.1.3.04 He who hides himself under the mask of an Ascetic and commits sins, like a Sportsman who conceals himself in the thicket to catch Birds.
tkl.1.3.08 In an Ascetic inflict suffering even on those who hate him, when he has not done them any Evil, it will afterwards give him irretrievable Sorrow.
tkl.1.3.11 Let the Five senses be destroyed; and at the same time, let everything be abandoned that (the Ascetic) has (formerly) Desired.
tkl.1.3.12 It is the chief duty of (an Ascetic) to watch against Desire with (jealous) fear; for it has power to deceive (and destroy) him.
tkl.2.1.21 He is a Spy who, assuming the appearance of an Ascetic, goes into (whatever place he wishes), examines into (all, that is needful), and never discovers himself, whatever may be done to him.
tkl.2.4.09 If the farmer s hands are slackened, even the Ascetic state will fail.

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