Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 11 Oct 2011 12:40 and updated at 11 Oct 2011 12:40


tkl.1.1.01 To those who meditate the feet of Him who is void of Desire or Aversion, Evil shall never come.
tkl.1.1.03 The end and aim of all treatise is to extol beyond all other excellence, the greatness of those who, while abiding in the rule of conduct peculiar to their state, have abandoned all Desire.
tkl.1.1.04 That conduct is Virtue which is free from these Four things, viz, Malice, Desire, Anger and bitter Speech.
tkl.1.2.04 Love begets Desire: and that Desire() begets the immeasureable excellence of Friendship.
tkl.1.2.11 Certainly they are no better than dead men who Desire Evil towards the Wife of those who undoubtingly confide in them.
tkl.1.2.11 Though a man perform no virtuous deeds and commit (every) Vice, it will be well if he Desire not the Womanhood of her who is within the limit (of the house) of another.
tkl.1.2.12 If you Desire that greatness should never leave, you preserve in your conduct the exercise of patience.
tkl.1.2.13 Nor Wealth nor Virtue does that man Desire tis plain,
tkl.1.2.14 Those who blush at the want of equity will not commit disgraceful acts through Desire of the Profit that may be gained.
tkl.1.2.14 No deeds of ill, misled by base Desire,
tkl.1.2.14 Those who Desire the higher Pleasures (of Heaven) will not act unjustly through Desire of the trifling joy. (in this life.)
tkl.1.2.14 Desire not other s goods, even in the hour of sorest need.
tkl.1.2.14 His acts towards all mankind if covetous Desire to folly turn?
tkl.1.2.14 If he, who through Desire of the Virtue of Kindness abides in the domestic state i.e., the path in which it may be obtained, covet (the property of others) and think of Evil methods (to obtain it), he will perish.
tkl.1.2.14 Desire not the gain of covetousness. In the enjoyment of its Fruits there is no glory.
tkl.1.3.02 If this they felt, Desire to eat must surely cease.
tkl.1.3.03 It is to provide Food etc, for the Ascetics who have abandoned (the Desire of Earthly possessions) that other persons have forgotten (to practise) austerity
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.1.3.03 Those discharge their duty who perform austerities; all others accomplish their own destruction, through the entanglement of the Desire (of riches and sensual Pleasure).
tkl.1.3.04 The false conduct of those who say they have renounced all Desire will one day bring them Sorrows that will make them cry out, "Oh! what have we done, what have we done."
tkl.1.3.04 Amongst living men there are none so hard Hearted as those who without to saking Desire() in their Heart, falsely take the appearance of those who have forsaken (it).
tkl.1.3.05 Let him, who Desires not to be despised, keep his mind from (the Desire of) defrauding another of the smallest thing.
tkl.1.3.05 The eager Desire of defrauding others will, when it brings forth its Fruit, produce undying Sorrow.
tkl.1.3.05 Who Neighbour s goods Desire, and watch for his unguarded hour.
tkl.1.3.05 The study of Kindness and the exercise of benevolence is not with those who watch for another s Forgetfulness, though Desire of his property.
tkl.1.3.05 They cannot walk steadfastly, according to rule, who eagerly Desire to defraud others.
tkl.1.3.05 That Black Knowledge which is called fraud, is not in those who Desire that greatness which is called rectitude.
tkl.1.3.08 Sorrow will come upon those who cause pain to others; therfore those, who Desire to be free from Sorrow, give no pain to others.
tkl.1.3.09 Of all those who, fearing the permanence of Earthly births, have abandoned Desire, he is the chief who, fearing (the guilt of) murder, considers how he may avoid the destruction of life.
tkl.1.3.11 After a man has renounced (all things), there will still be many things in this World (which he may enjoy); if he should Desire them, let him, while it is time abandon. (the world).
tkl.1.3.11 Relinquished in its order each Desire
tkl.1.3.11 Sorrows will never let go their hold of those who give not up their hold of Desire.
tkl.1.3.11 Those who have entirely renounced (all things and all Desire) have obtained (absorption into God); all others wander in confusion, entangled in the net of (many) births.
tkl.1.3.11 At the moment in which Desire has been abandoned, (other) births will be cut off; when that has not been done, instability will be seen.
tkl.1.3.11 Desire the Desire of Him who is without Desire; in order to renounce Desire, Desire that Desire.
tkl.1.3.12 He who so lives as to know Him who is the support of all things and abandon all Desire, will be freed from the Evils which would otherwise cleave to him and destroy (his efforts after absorption).
tkl.1.3.12 If the very names of these Three things, Desire, Anger, and confusion of Mind, be destroyed, then will also perish Evils (which flow from them).
tkl.1.3.12 1.3.8 The Extirpation of Desire
tkl.1.3.12 That ceaseless round of birth from seed of strong Desire doth spring.
tkl.1.3.12 (The wise) say that the seed, which produces unceasing births, at all times, to all creatures, is Desire.
tkl.1.3.12 If Desire you feel, Freedom from changing birth require!
tkl.1.3.12 I will come, if you Desire to scape, set free from all Desire.
tkl.1.3.12 If anything be Desired, Freedom from births should be Desired; that Freedom( from births) will be attained by desiring to be without Desire.
tkl.1.3.12 No glorious Wealth is here like Freedom from Desire;
tkl.1.3.12 There is in this World no excellence equal to Freedom from Desire; and even in that world, there is nothing like it.
tkl.1.3.12 Desire s decease as purity men know;
tkl.1.3.12 Purity (of mind) consists in Freedom from Desire; and that Freedom( from Desire) is the Fruit of the Love of truth.
tkl.1.3.12 Men freed from bonds of strong Desire are free;
tkl.1.3.12 They are said to be free (from Future birth) who are freed from Desire; all others (who, whatever else they may be free from, are not freed from Desire) are not thus free.
tkl.1.3.12 Desire each Soul beguiles;
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.1.3.12 If a man thoroughly cut off all Desire, the deeds, which confer immortality, will come to him, in the path in which he seeks them.
tkl.1.3.12 There is no Sorrow to those who are without Desire; but where that is, Sorrow() will incessantly come, more and more.
tkl.1.3.12 When dies away Desire, that woe of woes
tkl.1.3.12 Even while in this body, joy will never depart (from the mind, in which) Desire, that Sorrow of Sorrows, has been destroyed.
tkl.1.3.12 Drive from thy Soul Desire insatiate;
tkl.1.3.12 The removal of Desire, whose nature it is never to be satisfied, will immediately confer a nature that can never be changed.
tkl.1.4.01 The destitute will renounce Desire (and become Ascetics), if (fate) do not make them suffer the hindrances to which they are liable, and they pass away.
tkl.2.1.03 The Desire of the unlearned to speak (in an assembly), is like a Woman without Breasts desiring (the enjoyment of Womanhood.
tkl.2.1.06 Who arrogance, and wrath, and littleness of low Desire restrain,
tkl.2.1.06 Nor deed Desire that yields no gain of good.
tkl.2.1.06 Let no (one) praise himself, at any time; let him not Desire to do useless things.
tkl.2.1.17 To examine into (the Crimes which may be committed), to show no favour (to any one), to Desire to act with impartiality towards all, and to inflict (such punishments) as may be wisely resolved on, constitute rectitude.
tkl.2.1.20 Those who Desire (to cultivate that degree of) urbanity which all shall Love, even after swallowing the poison served to them by their Friends, will be Friendly with them.
tkl.2.1.23 Let those, who Desire that their family may be illustrious, put away all idleness from their conduct.
tkl.2.1.25 Will those men ever cry out in Sorrow, "we are destitute" who, (in their prosperity), give not way to (undue Desire) to keep their Wealth.
tkl.2.2.02 While those who have not heard Desire to hear.
tkl.2.2.02 The Minister( s) Speech is that which seeks (to express) elements as bind his Friends (to himself) and is so delivered as to make even his Enemies Desire (his Friendship).
tkl.2.2.02 It is the opinion of those who are free from defects in Diplomacy that the Minister should speak so as to make his hearers Desire (to hear more) and grasp the meaning of what he hears himself.
tkl.2.2.02 They will Desire to utter many words, who do not know how to speak a few faultless ones.
tkl.2.2.04 Who power in act Desire not, Crown of all the rest.
tkl.2.3.01 That is a land which men Desire for Wealth s abundant share,
tkl.2.3.01 A Kingdom is that which is Desire for its immense Wealth, and which grows greatly in prosperity, being free from destructive causes.
tkl.2.3.19 The sweet words of elegant Braceleted (Prostitutes) who Desire (a man) not from affection but from avarice, will cause Sorrow.
tkl.2.3.19 The wise who seek the Wealth of grace will not Desire the base favours of those who regard Wealth (and not Pleasure) as (their) riches.
tkl.2.3.19 Those who would spread (the Fame of) their own Goodness will not Desire the shoulders of those,who rejoice in their accomplishments and bestow their despicable favours (on all who pay).
tkl.2.3.21 Though able to win, let not one Desire Gambling; (for) even what is won is like a Fish swallowing the Iron in Fish hook.
tkl.2.4.01 He who Desires a good name must Desire Modesty; and he who Desires (the continuance of) a family greatness must be submissive to all.
tkl.2.4.02 Those who Desire (to maintain their) honour, will surely do nothing dishonourable, even for the sake of Fame.
tkl.2.4.03 One s light is the abundance of one s courage; one s Darkness is the Desire to live destitute of such (a state of mind.)
tkl.2.4.09 Patriotic farmers Desire to bring all other states under the control of their own King.
tkl.2.4.10 Importunate Desire, which Poverty men name,
tkl.2.4.13 Intense Desire some little may avail.
tkl.3.1.03 As (one s) ignorance is discovered the more one learns, so does repeated Intercourse with a well adorned Female (only create a Desire for more).
tkl.3.1.07 If we Desire, who Loves will grant what we require;
tkl.3.1.07 This Town sends forth the rumour we Desire!
tkl.3.1.07 The rumour I Desire is raised by the Town (itself); and my Lover would if Desired consent (to my following him).
tkl.3.2.10 O my soul! take my Eyes also with you, (if not), these would eat me up (in their Desire) to see him.
tkl.3.2.12 3.2.12. Mutual Desire
tkl.3.2.14 3.2.14. Desire for Reunion
tkl.3.2.14 If Women have a Lust that exceeds even the measure of the Palmyra Fruit, they will not Desire (to feign) dislike even as much as the millet.
tkl.3.2.15 To follow him, at thy Desire, from me thou dost depart.
tkl.3.2.16 To think within my Heart with Love is fond Desire.
tkl.3.2.16 It is nothing but strong Desire that makes her mind unite with me who can leave her to her own dislike.

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