Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 11 Oct 2011 14:24 and updated at 11 Oct 2011 14:24


tkl.1.1.04 Only that Pleasure which flows from domestic Virtue is Pleasure; all else is not Pleasure, and it is without praise.
tkl.1.2.03 The touch of Children gives Pleasure to the body, and the hearing of their words, Pleasure to the ear.
tkl.1.2.04 They say that the felicity which those who, after enjoying the Pleasure (of the conjugal state) in this world, obtain in Heaven is the result of their domestic state imbued with Love.
tkl.1.2.06 Sorrow increasing Poverty shall not come upon those who use towards all, Pleasure increasing Sweetness of Speech.
tkl.1.2.06 Sweet Speech, free from harm to others, will give Pleasure both in this World and in the next.
tkl.1.2.06 Who sees the Pleasure kindly Speech affords,
tkl.1.2.06 Why does he use harsh words, who sees the Pleasure which sweet Speech yields
tkl.1.2.12 Who wreak their wrath have Pleasure for a day;
tkl.1.2.12 The Pleasure of the resentful continues for a day. The praise of the patient will continue until (the final destruction of) the world.
tkl.1.2.16 The words devoid of Profit or Pleasure which a man speaks will, being inconsistent with Virtue, remove him from goodness.
tkl.1.2.19 Do the hard eyed who lay up and lose their possessions not know the happiness which springs from the Pleasure of giving
tkl.1.3.02 Like the (murderous) mind of him who carries a Weapon (in his hand), the mind of him who feasts with Pleasure on the body of another (creature), has no regard for goodness.
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.2.1.02 The learning, which a man has acquired in one birth, will yield him Pleasure during Seven births.
tkl.2.1.02 The learned will long (for more learning), when they see that while it gives Pleasure to themselves, the World also derives Pleasure from it.
tkl.2.1.13 How treats he Virtue, Wealth and Pleasure? How, when life s at stake,
tkl.2.1.13 Let (a Minister) be chosen, after he has been tried by means of these Four things, viz, his Virtue, (love of) Money, (love of) sexual Pleasure, and fear of (losing) Life.
tkl.2.1.23 Are Pleasure Boat to bear the doomed to ruin s shore.
tkl.2.1.24 Whose Heart delighteth not in Pleasure, but in action finds delight,
tkl.2.1.24 He who Desires not Pleasure, but Desires labour, will be a pillar to sustain his relations, wiping away their Sorrows.
tkl.2.1.25 That man never experiences Sorrow, who does not seek for Pleasure, and who considers distress to be natural (to man).
tkl.2.1.25 He does not suffer Sorrow, in Sorrow who does not look for Pleasure in Pleasure.
tkl.2.1.25 Who pain as Pleasure takes, he shall acquire
tkl.2.1.25 The elevation, which even his Enemies will esteem, will be gained by him, who regards pain as Pleasure.
tkl.2.2.04 And do the deeds that Pleasure yield at last.
tkl.2.2.06 Not though by Monarch s Earse with Pleasure heard.
tkl.2.3.03 To those who have honestly acquired an abundance of riches, the other Two, Virtue( and Pleasure) are things easy (of acquisition).
tkl.2.3.18 No virtuous deed, no seemly Wealth, no Pleasure, rests
tkl.2.3.18 From those who obey the commands of their wives are to be expected neither deeds of Virtue, nor those of Wealth nor (even) those of Pleasure.
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.2.3.22 As Pleasure dwells with him who eats moderately, so Disease (dwells) with the glutton who eats voraciously.
tkl.2.4.06 He who knows that Wealth yields every Pleasure and yet is so blind as to lead miserly life will be born a Demon.
tkl.2.4.09 If the owner does not (personally) attend to his cultivation, his land will behave like an angry Wife and yield him no Pleasure.
tkl.2.4.11 Even to ask an alms may Pleasure give,
tkl.3.1.01 Unlike boiled honey which yields delight only when it is drunk, Love gives Pleasure even when looked at.
tkl.3.1.02 A single stolen glance of her Eyes is more than half the Pleasure (of sexual embrace).
tkl.3.1.03 The shoulders of this fair one are made of Ambrosia, for they revive me with Pleasure every time I embrace them.
tkl.3.1.06 To those who after enjoyment of sexual Pleasure suffer (for want of more), there is no help so efficient as the Palmyra Horse.
tkl.3.2.02 The Pleasure of Lust is (as great as) the sea; but the pain of Lust is far greater.
tkl.3.2.06 I have never forgotten (the Pleasure); even to think of it burns my soul; could I live, if I should ever forget it
tkl.3.2.07 Some Pleasure I enjoy when him who Loves not me
tkl.3.2.07 There is Pleasure in my dream, because in it I seek and obtain him who does not visit me in my wakefulness.
tkl.3.2.15 O my soul! do you follow him at Pleasure under the belief that the ruined have no Friends?
tkl.3.2.16 Sexual Pleasure, without prolonged and short lived dislike, is like too ripe, and unripe Fruit.
tkl.3.2.18 Will I enjoy once more through her dislike, the Pleasure of that Love that makes her forehead perspire?
tkl.3.2.18 A feigned Aversion coy to Pleasure gives a zest;
tkl.3.2.18 The Pleasure s Crowned when Breast is clasped to Breast.

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