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Tirukkural 350: Renunciation of Desires and Clinging onto God
Desire the desire of Him who is without desire; in order to renounce desire, desire that desire.
Tirukkural 359: Truth-Consciousness
He who so lives as to know Him who is the support of all things and abandon all...
Tirukkural 364: Freedom from Desires
Purity (of mind) consists in freedom from desire; and that (freedom from desire) is the fruit of the...
Tirukkural 374: Acquisition of Wealth and Knowledge
There are (through fate) two different natures in the world, hence the difference (observable in men) in (their...
Tirukkural 383: The greatness of a King
These three things, viz., vigilance, learning, and bravery, should never be wanting in the ruler of a country.
Tirukkural 394: Nature of the Learned
It is the part of the learned to give joy to those whom they meet, and on leaving,...
Tirukkural 409: The Unlearned
The unlearned, though born in a high caste, are not equal in dignity to the learned; though they...
Tirukkural 411: Heaing Knowledge
Wealth (gained) by the ear is wealth of wealth; that wealth is the chief of all wealth.
Tirukkural 421: Fortress of Wisdom
Wisdom is a weapon to ward off destruction; it is an inner fortress which enemies cannot destroy.