Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 11 Oct 2011 14:35 and updated at 11 Oct 2011 14:35


tkl.1.2.08 That equity which consists in acting with equal regard to each of (the Three) divisions of men Enemies[, Strangers and Friends] is a pre eminent Virtue.
tkl.1.2.15 What will those not do to Strangers whose nature leads them to publish abroad the faults of their intimate Friends
tkl.2.4.06 Strangers will inherit the riches that have been acquired without regard for Friendship, comfort and charity.
tkl.3.1.02 Though they may speak harshly as if they were Strangers, the words of the Friendly are soon understood.
tkl.3.1.02 Little words that are harsh and looks that are hateful are (but) the expressions of Lovers who wish to act like Strangers.
tkl.3.1.02 Both the Lovers are capable of looking at each other in an ordinary way, as if they were perfect Strangers.
tkl.3.1.06 Even Strangers laugh (at us) so as to be seen by us, for they have not suffered.
tkl.3.2.05 Live, O my soul, would you who relate your great Sorrow to Strangers, try rather to fill up your own Sea (of Sorrow).
tkl.3.2.15 It is hardly possible for Strangers to behave like relations, when one s own Soul acts like a stranger.

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