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Lessons from Panchatantra

Shun him who is rogue and fool.

Scholarship is less than good sense, therefore seek intelligence.

Nothing is impossible if one has intelligence.

For lost and dead and past
The wise have not laments
Between the wise and fools
Is just this difference.

Wrong doings will always be wrongful
A wise man will not direct his mind towards it.
However tormented by thirst one is
None drink the water of puddles
That lie on well trodden highway