Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 11 Oct 2011 12:49 and updated at 11 Oct 2011 12:49


tkl.1.1.01 To those who meditate the feet of Him who is void of Desire or Aversion, Evil shall never come.
tkl.1.1.04 There can be no greater source of good than (the practice of) Virtue; there can be no greater source of Evil than the Forgetfulness of it.
tkl.1.1.04 Lust, Evil Speech these Four, man onwards moves in ordered path.
tkl.1.2.04 It also helps the man who Evil would restrain.
tkl.1.2.08 If, right deserting, Heart to Evil turn,
tkl.1.2.09 The Evil word is parent still of Evil thing.
tkl.1.2.09 If a man s Speech be productive of a single Evil, all the good by him will be turned into Evil.
tkl.1.2.10 Those who study propriety of conduct will not speak Evil, even forgetfully.
tkl.1.2.11 With Wife of sure confiding Friend who Evil things devise.
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 Virtue s bounds he pass, and Evil deeds hath wrought;
tkl.1.2.12 Though others inflict injuries on you, yet compassionating the Evil (that will come upon them) it will be well not to do them anything contrary to Virtue.
tkl.1.2.12 They who transgressors Evil words endure
tkl.1.2.14 Brings ruin to the home, to Evil opes the door.
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.1.2.15 Than he who Virtue scorns, and Evil deeds performs, more vile,
tkl.1.2.15 To smile deceitfully (in another s presence) after having reviled him to his destruction (behind his back) is a greater Evil than the commission of (every other) sin and the destruction of (every) Virtue.
tkl.1.2.15 Though you speak without Kindness before another s face speak not in his absence words which regard not the Evil subsequently resulting from it.
tkl.1.2.15 Could any Evil hap to living man?
tkl.1.2.15 If they observed their own faults as they observe the faults of others, would any Evil happen to men
tkl.1.2.16 To speak useless things in the presence of many is a greater Evil than to do unkind things towards Friends.
tkl.1.2.17 1.2.17 Dread of Evil Deeds
tkl.1.2.17 Those who have experience of Evil deeds will not fear, but the excellent will fear the pride of sin.
tkl.1.2.17 Evil than fire works out more dreaded woe.
tkl.1.2.17 Because Evil produces Evil, therefore should Evil be feared more than fire.
tkl.1.2.17 To do no Evil to Enemies will be called the chief of all Virtues.
tkl.1.2.17 Thy Evil deeds will make thee poorer still.
tkl.1.2.17 Commit not Evil, saying, "I am poor": if you do, you will become poorer still.
tkl.1.2.17 What ranks as Evil spare to do, if thou would st shun
tkl.1.2.17 Let him not do Evil to others who Desires not that Sorrows should pursue him.
tkl.1.2.17 The wrath of Evil deeds will Dog men s steps, and slay.
tkl.1.2.17 Destruction will dwell at the heels of those who commit Evil even as their shadow that leaves them not.
tkl.1.2.17 Know ye that he is freed from destruction who commits no Evil, going to neither side of the right path.
tkl.1.2.19 To beg is Evil, even though it were said that it is a good path (to Heaven). To give is good, even though it were said that those who do so cannot obtain Heaven.
tkl.1.3.04 When, clad in stern Ascetic garb, one secret Evil works.
tkl.1.3.04 Our Souls are free, who say, yet practise Evil secretly,
tkl.1.3.06 Tis Speech from every taint of Evil free.
tkl.1.3.06 Truth is the speaking of such words as are free from the least degree of Evil (to others).
tkl.1.3.07 Where thou hast power thy will to work, tis greater, Evil still.
tkl.1.3.07 Anger is bad, even when it cannot injure; when it can injure; there is no greater Evil.
tkl.1.3.07 Forget Anger towards every one, as fountains of Evil spring from it.
tkl.1.3.08 1.3.8 Not doing Evil
tkl.1.3.08 It is the determination of the spotless not to do Evil, even in return, to those who have cherished enmity and done them evil.
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.1.3.08 The (proper) punishment to those who have done Evil (to you), is to put them to shame by showing them Kindness, in return and to forget both the Evil and the good done on both sides.
tkl.1.3.08 It is the chief of all Virtues not knowingly to do any person Evil, even in the lowest degree, and at any time.
tkl.1.3.08 If, ere the noontide, you to others Evil do,
tkl.1.3.08 Before the eventide will Evil visit you.
tkl.1.3.08 O er every Evil doer Evil broodeth still;
tkl.1.3.08 He Evil shuns who Freedom seeks from ill.
tkl.1.3.09 Never to destroy life is the sum of all virtuous conduct. The destruction of life leads to every Evil.
tkl.1.4.01 All Evil things prove good for gain of happiness.
tkl.1.4.01 How is it that those, who are pleased with good Fortune, trouble themselves when Evil comes, (since both are equally the decree of fate)
tkl.2.1.03 To men unlearned, from Fortune s favour greater Evil springs
tkl.2.1.05 From every Evil calls it back, and guides in way of good.
tkl.2.1.05 Not to permit the mind to go where it lists, to keep it from Evil, and to employ it in good, this is Wisdom.
tkl.2.1.05 From coming Evil s dreaded shock are free.
tkl.2.1.06 His joy who guards not gainst the coming Evil day,
tkl.2.1.08 To men of pure companionship belong no Evil deeds.
tkl.2.1.14 Who good and Evil scanning, ever makes the good his joy;
tkl.2.1.14 He should be employed (by a King), whose nature leads him to choose the good, after having weighed both the Evil and the good in any undertaking.
tkl.2.1.16 More Evil than excessive Anger, is Forgetfulness which springs from the intoxication of great joy.
tkl.2.1.18 The King, who, without reflecting (on its Evil consequences), perverts Justice, will lose at once both his Wealth and his subjects.
tkl.2.1.19 The Earth bears up no greater burden than ignorant men whom a cruel sceptre attaches to itself (as the Ministers of its Evil deeds).
tkl.2.2.01 A Minister who by King s side plots Evil things
tkl.2.2.02 Since (both) Wealth and Evil result from (their) Speech, Ministers should most carefully guard themselves against faultiness therein.
tkl.2.3.01 The learned say that the best Kingdom is that which knows no Evil (from its Foes), and, if injured (at all), suffers no diminution in its Fruitfulness.
tkl.2.3.06 (True) Friendship turns aside from Evil (ways) makes (him) walk in the (good) way, and, in case of loss if shares his Sorrow (with him).
tkl.2.3.07 As those who are of a Friendly nature will not forsake (a Friend) after once loving (him), there is no Evil so great as contracting a Friendship without due inquiry.
tkl.2.3.07 With power prescription s path to show, while Evil they reprove.
tkl.2.3.07 Renounce alliance with the men of Evil way.
tkl.2.3.09 2.3.9. Evil Friendship
tkl.2.3.09 Though Evil men should all absorbing Friendship show,
tkl.2.3.09 It is far better to avoid that to contract the Evil Friendship of the base who cannot protect (their Friends) even when appointed to do so.
tkl.2.3.10 Though (one s) Foes may utter good things as though they were Friends, once will at once understand (their Evil, import).
tkl.2.3.10 Since the bending of the bow bespeaks Evil, one should not accept (as good) the humiliating Speeches of one s Foes.
tkl.2.3.13 That Evil quality, to every living thing.
tkl.2.3.13 The Disease which fosters the Evil of disunion among all creatures is termed hatred by the wise.
tkl.2.3.13 Tis best no enmity to plan, nor Evil deeds requite.
tkl.2.3.15 Let any Evil longing rule your Breast.
tkl.2.3.15 The Evil of hatred is not of a nature to be Desired by one even in sport.
tkl.2.3.16 Fear internal enmity and guard yourself; (if not) it will destroy (you) in an Evil hour, as surely as the tool which cuts the potter s clay.
tkl.2.3.17 Not to disregard the power of those who can carry out (their wishes) is more important than all the watchfulness of those who guard (themselves against Evil).
tkl.2.3.17 When powerless man gainst men of power will Evil deeds essay,
tkl.2.3.17 The weak doing Evil to the strong is like beckoning Yama to come (and destroy them).
tkl.2.3.20 When (a Drunkard) who is sober sees one who is not, it looks as if he remembered not the Evil effects of his (own) drink.
tkl.2.4.05 Contempt is Evil though in sport. They who man s nature know,
tkl.2.4.07 To shrink abashed from Evil deed is generous shame
tkl.2.4.08 Is it only to suffering that his body is exposed who undertakes to preserve his family from Evil
tkl.2.4.11 It those you find from Evil of denial free,
tkl.2.4.11 All the Evil of begging will be removed at the sight of those who are far from the Evil of refusing.
tkl.2.4.12 To think of (the Evil of) begging is enough to melt one s Heart; but to think of refusal is enough to break it.
tkl.2.4.13 The base will bring an Evil (accusation) against others, as soon as he sees them (enjoying) good Food and clothing.
tkl.3.2.08 What good have I done to morning (and) what Evil to evening?

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