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|To the illumined man or woman, a clod of dirt, a stone, and gold are the same. |
BHAGAVAD GITA Gold is not valuable in itself. It is valuable because there is so
little of it. If sand were found only in small quantities, people would treasure it in ...
|Heather Havey. To the illumined man or woman, A clod of dirt, a stone, and gold |
are the same. – Bhagavad Gita * * * She's playing in my heart. Whatever I think, I
think Her name. – Ramprasad All Life Is God May we notice the Sacredness of.
|... complex and eternally confused. **, Simplicity of life — purity of heart — |
centers us on the eternal that is in the now. The Bhagavad Gita says it like this: "
To the illuminated man or woman, a clod of dirt, a stone, and gold are the same.
William Tait, Christian Isobel Johnstone - 1845
|An instance came under our knowledge, of a poor man who swallowed six |
pounds at a sitting ; and yet to foreigners it appears ... to which is joined an
hospital for poor men and women, now commonly used by noble families as an
asylum for their old ... and the datura, mingled with the feathery pepper tree,
clustered round the tall stone pine, whose deep green foliage, ... and Vesuvius,
that day without a cloud, but with a light canopy of smoke, at times illumined by
flashes of flame, from ...
John Albert Sleicher - 1878
|Tbey'll wax your floor. They'll wax over the old dirt, and when the next deposit |
accumulates they'll wax that. .... These almées are seldom older than fourteen,
and in any case no man-led woman ever joins in a dance. When the evening has
|common birth was bizarre enough, but to look for a piece of his jewellery in the |
dirt of the battlefield? ... of armour, scraps of leather strapping, crushed bracelets,
dislodged gems and twisted gold work all powdered with dust. ... The great
beacon of the fire illumined the desolate plain, and Chandraketu watched as the
flames leapt roaring over ... Then tomorrow, Chandraketu decided, he would
collect the ashes and the stone, and on his return march, consign them to the
|A woman who was working with the § pursuer corroborated his statement as to |
the coldl ness of the porridge. ... his attendants to strike off his head, saying,' That
should this artifice come once to be known, gold and silver would be of as little
value as the dirt in the street. ... -1 yo, 511-; I don't sculpt myself, but I furnish the
stone to the man that does. ... As slie hung mom loyously around her neck, n.
cloud crime over - her brow, and slio cried: " Beloved, do not pearls betokoii tears
?" “ .
Christopher Key Chapple - 2010 - 771 pages
|An interlinear edition of the spiritual classic that provides devanagari, transliterated Sanskrit, and English versions of the Gītā.|
Amelia Lester - 2011
|We formed a friendship the way most children do—in trees, in dirt, on the burning |
concrete. We were neither boy nor girl, we were one and the same—comrades of
skinned knees and sunburn until dusk. Then, as the sun set, streaking pink and ...
|The elms were bronzed to a rich dull gold, and through the higher limbs, finely |
divided and screened with small ... that hills were anything more than collections
of stones and dirt, especially designed for boys to slide down on In winter time. ...
of one's hand that illuminated two or three farms, and slow moving cloud
shadows that embraced a distance of twenty miles. ... The shed contained a
variety of homely useful articles, from the ox-goad hung up on a nail and the old
man's worst hat, ...