The great remedy for the long-lasting disease of samsara is the enquiry ‘who am I? To whom does the samsara belong’ which entirely cures it.
The company of sages converts emptiness into fullness, death into immortality, and adversity into prosperity.
All the arts acquired by men are lost by lack of practice. But the art of wisdom grows steadily once it rises.
He who, not knowing his own self, takes pleasure in sense objects, is indeed an unfortunate person. He is like one who realizes very late that the food earlier eaten by him was poisonous.