The Buddha


The Buddha (c. 6th-5th century BCE)

“A comfort is virtue into old age.
A comfort is the establishment of conviction.
A comfort is the attainment of insightful knowledge.
Not acting destructively is a comfort.”

  • The Dhammapada (Verses on the Way, Chapter 23), recorded in the 3rd century BCE. Translation by Glenn Wallis, 2004.

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