Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 11 Oct 2011 13:54 and updated at 11 Oct 2011 13:54


tkl.1.2.05 If the face of the host cold welcome convey, The guest s Heart within him will fail.
tkl.1.2.06 Even to gifts with liberal Heart conferred.
tkl.1.2.06 And Heart sincere, to utter pleasant words is charity.
tkl.1.2.06 Sweet Speech, flowing from the Heart (uttered) with a cheerful countenance and a sweet look, is true Virtue.
tkl.1.2.06 Sweet kindly words, from meanness free, delight of Heart,
tkl.1.2.08 If, right deserting, Heart to Evil turn,
tkl.1.2.12 The mightiest might to bear with men of foolish Heart.
tkl.1.2.13 To men of envious Heart, when comes increase of joy,
tkl.1.2.15 This man in words owns Virtue, not in Heart, proclaims.
tkl.1.2.18 Is Wealth that falls to men of liberal Heart.
tkl.1.2.18 Is ample Wealth that falls to him of large and noble Heart.
tkl.1.3.02 Like Heart of them that murderous Weapons bear, his mind,
tkl.1.3.04 If Heart dies down through sense of self detected fault?
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.1.3.04 Foul in Heart, yet high upraised of men in virtuous Fame.
tkl.1.3.05 As Virtue dwells in Heart that measured Wisdom gains;
tkl.1.3.06 Speak not a word which false thy own Heart knows
tkl.1.3.06 He, who speaks truth with all his Heart, is superior to those who make gifts and practise austerities.
tkl.1.3.07 Wrath robs the face of smiles, the Heart of joy,
tkl.1.3.07 If a man never indulges Anger in his Heart, he will at once obtain whatever he has thought of.
tkl.2.1.05 Folly meets fearful ills with fearless Heart;
tkl.2.1.17 Search out, to no one favour show; with Heart that Justice Loves
tkl.2.1.17 Whose Heart embraces subjects all, lord over mighty land
tkl.2.1.24 Whose Heart delighteth not in Pleasure, but in action finds delight,
tkl.2.1.25 Smile, with patient, hopeful Heart, in troublous hour;
tkl.2.1.25 Who griefs confront with meek, ungrieving Heart,
tkl.2.1.25 When griefs press on, but fail to crush the patient Heart,
tkl.2.1.25 Who boasted not of Wealth, nor gave it all their Heart,
tkl.2.1.25 Mid joys he yields not Heart to joys control.
tkl.2.2.08 Men pure in Heart, who know of words the varied force,
tkl.2.2.09 Men, pure in Heart, who know of words the varied force,
tkl.2.3.06 So the Heart by use grows fonder, Bound in Friendship with the good.
tkl.2.3.06 But the Heart s rejoicing Gladness when the Friend is near.
tkl.2.3.06 The Love that dwells (merely in the smiles of the face is not Friendship; (but) that which dwells deep in the smiles of the Heart is true Friendship.
tkl.2.3.08 When Friends unbidden do familiar acts with loving Heart,
tkl.2.3.09 What though you gain or lose Friendship of men of Alien Heart,
tkl.2.3.10 Though (one s) Enemies may have mastered many good books, it will be impossible for them to become truly loving at Heart.
tkl.2.3.10 One should fear the deceitful who smile sweetly with their face but never Love with their Heart.
tkl.2.3.10 In nothing whatever is it proper to rely on the words of those who do not Love with their Heart.
tkl.2.3.10 It is the duty of Kings to affect great Love but make it die (inwardly); as regard those Foes who shew them great Friendship but despise them (in their Heart).
tkl.2.3.10 Then thou, to hide a hostile Heart, a smiling face may st wear.
tkl.2.3.10 When one s Foes begin to affect Friendship, one should Love them with one s looks, and, cherishing no Love in the Heart, give up (even the former).
tkl.2.3.11 Ashamed of nothing, searching nothing out, of Loveless Heart,
tkl.2.3.12 The gift of foolish man, with willing Heart bestowed, is nought,
tkl.2.3.19 Who weigh the gain, and utter virtuous words with vicious Heart,
tkl.2.3.21 From him on gambler s gain who sets his Heart.
tkl.2.3.21 Howe er he lose, the gambler s Heart is ever in the play;
tkl.2.4.02 Lift up thy Heart, when stript of all by Fortune s power.
tkl.2.4.06 Their ample Wealth is misery to men of churlish Heart,
tkl.2.4.07 The actions of those who are without Modesty at Heart are like those of puppet moved by a string.
tkl.2.4.12 The Heart will melt away at thought of beggary,
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 Than those of grateful Heart the base must luckier be,
tkl.3.1.01 The shafts that wound this trembling Heart Her Eyes no more would dart.
tkl.3.1.05 I might recall, if I could once forget; but from my Heart
tkl.3.1.05 Within my Heart my Lover dwells; from Food I turn
tkl.3.1.05 As my Lover is in my Heart, I am afraid of eating (anything) hot, for I know it would pain him.
tkl.3.1.05 My Lover dwells in my Heart with perpetual delight; but the Town says he is unloving and (therefore) dwells afar.
tkl.3.1.06 There s no one knows my Heart, so says my Love,
tkl.3.2.01 Even he, who knows his promise and my breaking Heart.
tkl.3.2.03 He is indeed here who Loved me with his Lips but not with his Heart but mine Eyes suffer from not seeing him.
tkl.3.2.04 If he who won my Heart s consent, in good estate remain!
tkl.3.2.05 Though he my Heart Desires no grace accords to me,
tkl.3.2.06 Have I a place within his Heart!
tkl.3.2.06 Me from his Heart he jealously excludes:
tkl.3.2.06 Hath he no shame who ceaseless on my Heart intrudes?
tkl.3.2.07 And when I wake to fill my Heart makes haste!
tkl.3.2.09 My Heart! say ought of glory wilt thou gain,
tkl.3.2.10 My Heart, canst thou not thinking of some med cine tell,
tkl.3.2.10 Is folly, fare thee well my Heart!
tkl.3.2.10 What comes of sitting here in pining thought, O Heart? He knows
tkl.3.2.10 O rid me of these Eyes, my Heart; for they,
tkl.3.2.10 O Heart, as a Foe, can I abandon utterly
tkl.3.2.10 My Heart, false is the fire that burns; thou canst not wrath maintain,
tkl.3.2.10 For me, I cannot bear them both, my worthy Heart!
tkl.3.2.10 Thou art befooled, my Heart, thou followest him who flees from thee;
tkl.3.2.10 My Heart! my Lover lives within my mind;
tkl.3.2.10 If I retain in my Heart him who has left me without beFriending me, I shall lose even the (inward) Beauty that remains.
tkl.3.2.11 Is the one thing that loving Heart can never know.
tkl.3.2.11 When he returns my longing Heart to bless with Love.
tkl.3.2.11 Are instruments that break through every guard of Woman s Heart!
tkl.3.2.11 I held him in my arms, for straight I felt my Heart relent.
tkl.3.2.12 My Heart with rapture swells, when thoughts like these my mind employ.
tkl.3.2.12 My Heart is rid of its Sorrow and swells with rapture to think of my absent Lover returning with his Love.
tkl.3.2.12 If she Heart broken lie, with all her life poured forth?
tkl.3.2.12 After (my Wife) has died of a broken Heart, what good will there be if she is to receive me, has received me, or has even embraced me?
tkl.3.2.13 While lovingly embracing me, his Heart is only grieved:
tkl.3.2.14 My Heart knows no repose unless my lord I see.
tkl.3.2.14 My Heart, forgetting all, could not its Love restrain.
tkl.3.2.15 You see his Heart is his alone
tkl.3.2.15 O Heart, why not be all my own?
tkl.3.2.15 Tis plain, my Heart, that he s estranged from thee;
tkl.3.2.15 The ruined have no Friends, they say; and so, my Heart,
tkl.3.2.15 Henceforth such council who will share with thee my Heart?
tkl.3.2.15 And thus my Heart endures unceasing pain.
tkl.3.2.15 My Heart consumes me when I ponder lone,
tkl.3.2.15 Fall n neath the sway of this ignoble foolish Heart,
tkl.3.2.15 If my own Heart comes not to my relief?
tkl.3.2.15 When our own Heart itself is not our own!
tkl.3.2.16 To think within my Heart with Love is fond Desire.
tkl.3.2.18 In prolonged dislike after an embrace there is a Weapon that can break my Heart.

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