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


tkl.1.1.01 A, as its first of letters, every Speech maintains;
tkl.1.1.04 Lust, Evil Speech these Four, man onwards moves in ordered path.
tkl.1.1.04 That conduct is Virtue which is free from these Four things, viz, Malice, Desire, Anger and bitter Speech.
tkl.1.2.06 Sweet Speech, with a cheerful countenance is better than a gift made with a joyous mind.
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 The men of pleasant Speech that Gladness breathe around,
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 Humility with pleasant Speech to man on Earth,
tkl.1.2.06 Humility and Sweetness of Speech are the Ornaments of man; all others are not Ornaments().
tkl.1.2.06 That Speech which, while imparting benefits ceases not to please, will yield Righteousness (for this world) and merit (for the next world).
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.1.2.08 Freedom from obliquity of Speech is rectitude, if there be (corresponding) Freedom from bias of mind.
tkl.1.2.09 Whatever besides you leave unguarded, guard your Tongue; otherwise errors of Speech and the consequent misery will ensue.
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.1.2.12 Those who bear with the uncourteous Speech of the insolent are as pure as the Ascetics.
tkl.1.2.12 Those who endure abstinence from Food are great, next to those who endure the uncourteous Speech of others.
tkl.1.2.16 Diffusive Speech of useless words proclaims
tkl.1.2.20 The Speech of all that speak agrees to Crown
tkl.1.3.04 In mind renouncing nought, in Speech renouncing every tie,
tkl.1.3.06 Tis Speech from every taint of Evil free.
tkl.2.1.01 With pleasant Speech, who gives and guards with powerful liberal hand,
tkl.2.1.05 Wisdom hath use of lucid Speech, words that acceptance win,
tkl.2.2.02 2.2.2. Power in Speech
tkl.2.2.02 The possession of that Goodness which is called the Goodness of Speech is (even to others) better than any other Goodness.
tkl.2.2.02 Since gain and loss in life on Speech depend,
tkl.2.2.02 From careless slip in Speech thyself defend.
tkl.2.2.02 Since (both) Wealth and Evil result from (their) Speech, Ministers should most carefully guard themselves against faultiness therein.
tkl.2.2.02 Tis Speech that spell bound holds the listening ear,
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 Understand the qualities (of your hearers) and (then) make your Speech; for superior to it, there is neither Virtue nor Wealth.
tkl.2.2.02 Speak out your Speech, when once tis past dispute
tkl.2.2.02 That none can utter Speech that shall your Speech refute.
tkl.2.2.02 Deliver your Speech, after assuring yourself that no counter Speech can defeat your own.
tkl.2.2.02 Mighty in word, of unforgetful mind, of fearless Speech,
tkl.2.2.02 It is impossible for any one to conquer him by intrique who possesses power of Speech, and is neither faulty nor timid.
tkl.2.2.02 When men of mighty Speech the weighty theme propound.
tkl.2.2.04 Easy to every man the Speech that shows the way;
tkl.2.2.05 Love (to his Sovereign), Knowledge (of his affairs), and a discriminating Power of Speech (before other Sovereigns) are the Three sine qua non qualifications of an Ambassador.
tkl.2.2.05 In terms concise, avoiding wrathful Speech, who utters pleasant word,
tkl.2.2.09 The pure who know the classification of words having first ascertained the nature (of the court) will not (through fear) falter in their Speech before the powerful body.
tkl.2.3.10 To pliant Speech from hostile Lips give thou no ear;
tkl.2.4.01 As the sprout indicates the nature of the soil, (so) the Speech of the noble indicates (that of one s birth).
tkl.2.4.10 Hankering Poverty destroys at once the greatness of (one s) ancient descent and (the dignity of one s) Speech.

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