Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 11 Oct 2011 14:46 and updated at 11 Oct 2011 14:46


tkl.1.1.01 The "Primal Deity" is first through all the World s domains.
tkl.1.1.02 The World its course maintains through life that rain unfailing gives;
tkl.1.1.02 By the continuance of rain the World is preserved in existence; it is therefore worthy to be called Ambrosia.
tkl.1.1.02 Through the wide World cease gifts, and deeds of penitence
tkl.1.1.03 In this World take their stand, in Virtue s robe arrayed.
tkl.1.1.03 He who guides his Five senses by the hook of Wisdom will be a seed in the World of Heaven.
tkl.1.1.03 Of all the Five, the World submissive owns his sway.
tkl.1.1.03 The World is within the Knowledge of him who knows the properties of taste, sight, touch, hearing and smell.
tkl.1.2.02 What choicer treasure doth the World contain?
tkl.1.2.02 Great glory gains she in the World where gods bliss abide.
tkl.1.2.02 If Women shew reverence to their Husbands, they will obtain great excellence in the World where the gods flourish.
tkl.1.2.03 Through the wide World is sweet to every human Breast.
tkl.1.2.06 In World to come and in this World impart.
tkl.1.2.06 Sweet Speech, free from harm to others, will give Pleasure both in this World and in the next.
tkl.1.2.09 In one, through Seven World bliss obtains.
tkl.1.2.10 Who know not with the World in harmony to dwell,
tkl.1.2.11 Is it asked, "who are those who shall obtain good in this World surrounded by the terror producing Sea Those who touch not the shoulder of her who belongs to another.
tkl.1.2.13 Envy will destroy (a man s) Wealth (in his world) and drive him into the pit of fire (in the World to come.)
tkl.1.2.15 The story of his sins, culled out with care, the World will tell.
tkl.1.2.15 The World through charity supports the weight of those who reproach others observing their absence.
tkl.1.2.18 Benevolence seeks not a return. What does the World give back to the clouds
tkl.1.2.18 Amid the happy gods, or in this World below.
tkl.1.2.18 It is difficult to obtain another good equal to benevolence either in this World or in that of the gods.
tkl.1.2.20 Whatsoever is spoken in the World will abide as praise upon that man who gives alms to the poor.
tkl.1.2.20 There is nothing that stands forth in the World imperishable, except Fame, exalted in solitary greatness.
tkl.1.2.20 If men do virtuous deeds by World wide ample glory Crowned,
tkl.1.2.20 If one has acquired extensive Fame within the limits of this Earth, the World of the Gods will no longer praise those sages who have attained that world.
tkl.1.3.01 They will never enter the World of Darkness and wretchedness whose minds are the abode of Kindness.
tkl.1.3.01 As to impoverished men this present World is not;
tkl.1.3.01 The graceless in you World have neither part nor lot.
tkl.1.3.01 As this World is not for those who are without Wealth, so that World is not for those who are without Kindness.
tkl.1.3.02 If the World does not destroy life for the purpose of eating, then no one would sell Flesh for the sake of Money.
tkl.1.3.04 If you shun what all the World condemns as wrong?
tkl.1.3.05 Even their body will fail the fraudulent; but even the World of the gods will not fail those who are free from fraud.
tkl.1.3.10 This World possesses the greatness that one who yesterday was is not today.
tkl.1.3.11 After a man has renounced (all things), there will still be many things in this World (which he may enjoy); if he should Desire them, let him, while it is time abandon. (the world).
tkl.1.3.11 He who destroys the pride which says "I", "mine" will enter a World which is difficult even to the Gods to attain.
tkl.1.3.12 There is in this World no excellence equal to Freedom from Desire; and even in that world, there is nothing like it.
tkl.2.1.01 The whole World will exalt the country of the King who is easy of access, and who is free from harsh language.
tkl.2.1.01 He sees the World obedient all to his command.
tkl.2.1.01 The World will praise and submit itself to the mind of the King who is able to give with affability, and to protect all who come to him.
tkl.2.1.01 Beneath the shadow of his power the World abides secure.
tkl.2.1.01 The whole World will dwell under the umbrella of the King, who can bear words that embitter the ear.
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.2.1.04 Those who in this World enjoy instruction which is the Food of the ear, are equal to the Gods, who enjoy the Food of the sacrifices.
tkl.2.1.05 As dwells the world, so with the World to dwell
tkl.2.1.05 To live as the World lives, is Wisdom.
tkl.2.1.09 What misbeseems a King the World will not approve as wise.
tkl.2.1.09 Let a man reflect, and do things which bring no reproach; the World will not approve, with him, of things which do not become of his position to adopt.
tkl.2.1.11 The pendant World s dominion may be won,
tkl.2.1.11 Who think the pendant World itself to subjugate,
tkl.2.1.14 When these do right, the World goes rightly on its way.
tkl.2.1.14 Let a King daily examine the conduct of his Servants; if they do not act crookedly, the World will not act crookedly.
tkl.2.1.15 Through the wide World none larger following gains.
tkl.2.1.17 Who rules, the World his feet embracing stands.
tkl.2.1.17 The World will constantly embrace the feet of the great King who rules over his subjects with Love.
tkl.2.1.18 As is the World without rain, so live a people whose King is without Kindness.
tkl.2.1.20 In Kingly souls, World in happy state abides.
tkl.2.1.20 The World exists through that greatest Ornament (of Princes), a gracious demeanour.
tkl.2.1.20 The World goes on its wonted way, since grace benign is there;
tkl.2.1.20 The prosperity of the World springs from the kindliness, the existence of those who have no (kindliness) is a burden to the Earth.
tkl.2.1.20 The World is theirs (kings) who are able to show Kindness, without injury to their affairs, (administration of Justice).
tkl.2.1.24 The World leaves those who work leave incomplete!
tkl.2.1.24 Take care not to give up exertion in the midst of a work; the World will abandon those who abandon their unfinished work.
tkl.2.2.01 Though you are acquainted with the (theoretical) methods (of performing an act), understand the ways of the World and act accordingly.
tkl.2.2.02 Swiftly the listening World will gather round,
tkl.2.2.02 If there be those who can speak on various subjects in their proper order and in a pleasing manner, the World would readily accept them.
tkl.2.2.04 Let none be despised for (their) size; (for) the World has those who resemble the linch pin of the big rolling Car.
tkl.2.2.04 The World Desires not men of every power possessed,
tkl.2.2.07 The Minister who by looking (at the King) understands his mind without being told (of it), will be a perpetual Ornament to the World which is surrounded by a never drying sea.
tkl.2.3.05 Who seek for World wide Fame, regardless of their life,
tkl.2.3.05 The fastening of ankle ring by those who disire a World wide renown and not (the safety of) their lives is like adorning (themselves).
tkl.2.3.08 Who ne er forsake, the World commends.
tkl.2.3.12 Want of other things the World will not as want esteem.
tkl.2.3.12 The want of Wisdom is the greatest of all wants; but that of Wealth the World will not regard as such.
tkl.2.3.12 Who what the World affirms as false proclaim,
tkl.2.3.12 He who denies the existence of what the World believes in will be regarded as a Demon on Earth.
tkl.2.3.15 The World secure on his dexterity depends,
tkl.2.3.15 The World abides in the greatness of that good natured man who behaves so as to turn hatred into Friendship.
tkl.2.3.18 By him who dreads his Wife, nor gives the other World a thought.
tkl.2.4.02 Will live in worship and applause of all the World for aye!
tkl.2.4.02 The World will (always) praise and adore the Fame of the honourable who would rather die than suffer indignity.
tkl.2.4.03 Meanness his faults to all the World proclaim.
tkl.2.4.04 If there is a defect in the character of the perfect, (even) the great World cannot bear (its) burden.
tkl.2.4.05 The World unites to praise the noble excellence.
tkl.2.4.05 The World applauds the character of those whose usefulness results from their equity and charity.
tkl.2.4.05 The World abides; for worthy men its weight sustain.
tkl.2.4.05 The (way of the) World subsists by contact with the good; if not, it would bury itself in the Earth and perish.
tkl.2.4.05 To those who cannot rejoice, the wide World is buried Darkness even in (broad) day light.
tkl.2.4.06 What will the miser who is not liked (by any one) regard as his own (in the World to come)
tkl.2.4.07 As home of virtuous shame by all the World the men are known,
tkl.2.4.07 The World regards as the abode of Modesty him who fear his own and other s guilt.
tkl.2.4.08 The World shall circle him, and kindred claim.
tkl.2.4.08 Of virtuous manliness the World accords the praise
tkl.2.4.09 Howe er they roam, the World must follow still the plougher s team;
tkl.2.4.09 Agriculturists are (as it were) the linch pin of the World for they support all other workers who cannot till the soil.
tkl.2.4.10 This World s and the next World s joys.
tkl.2.4.11 As there are in the World those that give without refusing, there are (also) those that prefer to beg by simply standing before them.
tkl.2.4.11 If there were no Beggars, (the actions done in) the cool wide World would only resemble the movement of a puppet.
tkl.2.4.12 If he that shaped the World Desires that men should begging go,
tkl.2.4.12 If the Creator of the World has decreed even begging as a means of livelihood, may he too go abegging and perish.
tkl.2.4.12 Even the whole World cannot sufficiently praise the dignity that would not beg even in the midst of destitution.
tkl.3.2.05 Yet in the World live out their life, no braver Souls than they!
tkl.3.2.05 There is no one in the World so hard Hearted as those who can live without receiving (even) a kind word from their beloved.
tkl.3.2.18 Is there a bliss in any World more utterly divine,

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