Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 11 Oct 2011 14:33 and updated at 11 Oct 2011 14:33


tkl.1.2.01 If man in active household life a virtuous Soul retain,
tkl.1.2.02 In perfect wise with sleepless Soul preserves, give her a Woman s name.
tkl.1.2.04 Of precious Soul with body s flesh and bone,
tkl.1.2.04 They say that the union of Soul and body in man is the Fruit of the union of Love and Virtue (in a former birth).
tkl.1.2.04 Virtue will burn up the Soul which is without Love, even as the Sun burns up the creature which is without bone, i.e. worms.
tkl.1.2.04 What good, when Soul within, of Love devoid, lies halt and maimed?
tkl.1.2.07 Kindness of men of stainless Soul remember evermore!
tkl.1.2.08 If men inflexibility of Soul possess.
tkl.1.2.09 In Soul by Tongue inflamed, the ulcer healeth never more.
tkl.1.2.09 Who learns restraint, and guards his Soul from wrath,
tkl.1.2.10 The envious Soul in life no rich increase of blessing gains,
tkl.1.2.10 The strong of Soul no jot abate of strict decorum s laws,
tkl.1.2.13 Good Fortune slays, and Soul consigns to fiery pain.
tkl.1.2.14 With Soul unjust to covet others well earned store,
tkl.1.2.14 To him who, schooled in Virtue, guards his Soul from greed.
tkl.1.2.14 Greatness of Soul that covets not shall triumph still.
tkl.1.2.17 Though good thy Soul forget, plot not thy Neighbour s fall,
tkl.1.2.19 Whose Soul delights with hungry men to share his meal,
tkl.1.3.01 In his own Soul the dreaded guilt of sin shall never feel.
tkl.1.3.01 (The wise) say that the Evils, which his Soul would dread, will never come upon the man who exercises Kindness and protects the life (of other creatures)
tkl.1.3.03 The pain of penitence, like fire, the Soul of man refines.
tkl.1.3.03 If power by penance won his Soul obtain.
tkl.1.3.06 True to his inmost Soul who lives, enshrined
tkl.1.3.07 Tis well if thou canst save thy Soul from burning ire.
tkl.1.3.07 If man his Soul preserve from wrathful fires,
tkl.1.3.07 He gains with that whate er his Soul Desires.
tkl.1.3.08 Though unprovoked thy Soul malicious Foes should sting,
tkl.1.3.08 What his own Soul has felt as bitter pain,
tkl.1.3.08 Whose Soul has felt the bitter smart of wrong, how can
tkl.1.3.08 He wrongs inflict on ever living Soul of man?
tkl.1.3.10 Such is the short lived Friendship Soul and body share.
tkl.1.3.10 The Love of the Soul to the body is like (the Love of) a Bird to its Egg which it flies away from and leaves empty.
tkl.1.3.10 The Soul in fragile shed as lodger courts repose:
tkl.1.3.12 When folly, cause of births, departs; and Soul can view
tkl.1.3.12 To bliss like this not even there can Soul aspire.
tkl.1.3.12 Desire each Soul beguiles;
tkl.1.3.12 Ev n here the Soul unceasing rapture knows.
tkl.1.3.12 Drive from thy Soul Desire insatiate;
tkl.2.1.02 With Soul submiss they stand, as paupers front a rich man s face;
tkl.2.1.05 The wise with watchful Soul who coming ills foresee;
tkl.2.1.06 The greed of Soul that avarice men call,
tkl.2.1.08 The great of Soul will mean association fear;
tkl.2.1.08 The mean of Soul regard mean men as Kinsmen dear.
tkl.2.1.16 Tis greater ill, it rapture of o erweening Gladness to the Soul
tkl.2.1.16 Towards all unswerving, ever watchfulness of Soul retain,
tkl.2.1.16 Let things that merit praise thy watchful Soul employ;
tkl.2.1.22 The men of firm concentred energy of Soul possessed.
tkl.2.1.22 The man of energy of Soul inflexible,
tkl.2.1.22 Firmness of Soul in man is real excellance;
tkl.2.2.03 Do nought that Soul repenting must deplore,
tkl.2.2.03 Do thou, that men of perfect Soul have Crime decreed.
tkl.2.2.03 The sorest Poverty of perfect Soul is richer gain.
tkl.2.2.05 Integrity, resources, Soul determined, truthfulness.
tkl.2.2.07 The eye speaks out the hate or Friendly Soul of man;
tkl.2.2.07 The men of keen discerning Soul no other test apply
tkl.2.3.12 From out his Soul who lets the mystic teachings die,
tkl.2.3.12 The fool will not perform (his duties) even when advised nor ascertain them himself; such a Soul is a burden (to the Earth) till it departs (from the body).
tkl.2.3.13 Tis gain to turn the Soul from enmity;
tkl.2.3.18 Who give their Soul to Love of Wife acquire not nobler gain;
tkl.2.3.18 Who give their Soul to strenuous deeds such meaner joys disdain.
tkl.2.3.21 As the gambler Loves (his Vice) the more he loses by it, so does the Soul Love (the body) the more it suffers through it.
tkl.2.4.01 The men of noble race to Soul degrading sin.
tkl.2.4.04 To Soul with perfect Virtue s strength endued,
tkl.2.4.07 For men of lofty Soul the Earth s vast realms no charms retain.
tkl.2.4.07 The men of modest Soul for shame would life an offering make,
tkl.2.4.08 People will eagerly seek the Friendship of the prosperous Soul who has raised his family without foul means.
tkl.2.4.10 The grief of want that eats my Soul away?
tkl.3.1.01 He comes in Lovely Maiden s guise, With Soul subduing Eyes.
tkl.3.1.03 Than rest in her soft arms to whom the Soul is giv n,
tkl.3.1.03 Each varied form of joy the Soul can wish is found.
tkl.3.1.05 Is as the bonds that Soul and body bind.
tkl.3.1.05 Life is she to my very Soul when she draws nigh;
tkl.3.1.05 My fair Jewelled one resembles the living Soul (when she is in union with me), the dying Soul when she leaves me.
tkl.3.1.05 Rejoicing in my very Soul he ever lies;
tkl.3.1.06 Having got rid of shame, the suffering body and Soul save themselves on the Palmyra Horse.
tkl.3.2.02 (Both) Lust and shame, with my Soul for their shoulder pole balance themselves on a body that cannot bear them.
tkl.3.2.02 When eye of mine would as my Soul go forth to him,
tkl.3.2.07 Why should he thus torment my Soul in nightly dreams?
tkl.3.2.08 This darkening eve, my darkling Soul must perish utterly;
tkl.3.2.10 My Soul must suffer further loss of dignity.
tkl.3.2.11 It gives my Soul no rest, even in the midnight hour.
tkl.3.2.15 O my soul! although you have seen how his Soul stands by him, how is it you do not stand by me?
tkl.3.2.15 My Soul fears when it is without him; it also fears when it is with him; it is subject to incessant Sorrow.
tkl.3.2.15 My Soul that seeks to live his Virtues numbers o er.
tkl.3.2.15 My Soul which clings to life thinks only of his (own) gain in the belief that it would be disgraceful for it to despise him.
tkl.3.2.15 Who would help me out of one s distress, when one s own Soul refuses help to one?
tkl.3.2.15 It is hardly possible for Strangers to behave like relations, when one s own Soul acts like a stranger.
tkl.3.2.16 Are there to know the grief thy Soul endures?

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