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The wisdom of Bhagavata Purana

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K nowledge is of two kinds, that which is derived from scripture, and that which is derived from reflection.




Hinduism 8949 | 
Vishnu Purana, Tr. Horace Hayman Wilson, 6.5.642 







A considerate man will always cultivate, in act, thought, and speech, that which is good for living beings . . . .




Hinduism 8948 | 
Vishnu Purana, Tr. Horace Hayman Wilson, 3.12.45 







W ealth, pleasure, virtue, are things of little moment.




Hinduism 8947 | 
Vishnu Purana, Tr. Horace Hayman Wilson, 1.17.133 







O ne may do penance but not have conquered anger; one may have knowledge without detachment; indeed a man may be great, but all the same be a prey to desire.




Hinduism 8946 | 
Bhagavata Purana, 8 







W ith material gains and desires, there is no satisfaction; such is avarice.




Hinduism 8945 | 
Bhagavata Purana, 8 







O ne contented with what happens to him of itself is haµppy.




Hinduism 8944 | 
Bhagavata Purana, 8 







K eep your mind calm and serene; your own real enemy is your own rebellious mind.




Hinduism 8943 | 
Bhagavata Purana, 7 







Y our days are like shadow, you will not prolong it, . . . Half of your life you spend in sleep; part is wasted in youthful carelessness and another in the helplessness of old age; and the remaining balance is spent in wallowing in the trivial pleasures of domestic or sensuous life.




Hinduism 8942 | 
Bhagavata Purana, 5.7 







T o one who has denuded himself of all slumber, subdued his mind, is tranquil, serene and contented, there is happiness everywhere.




Hinduism 8941 | 
Bhagavata Purana, 11 







E verybody reaps the fruit of his own deeds.




Hinduism 8940 | 
Bhagavata Purana, 10.413 





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