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" Wise men, who have abandoned all thought of the fruit which is produced from their actions, are freed from the chains of birth, and go to the regions of eternal happiness k. "
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by William Robertson - 1825
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THE HISTORY OF SCOTLAND DURING THE REIGNS OF QUEEN MARY AND OF KING JAMES VI ...

WILLIAM ROBERTSON, D.D - 1856
...alone ; for the miserable and unhappy are so on account of the erjnt o* tilings. Men who are endued with true wisdom are unmindful of good or evil in...of the fruit which is produced from their actions, o,re freed from the chains of birth, and go to the regions of eternal happiness."* From these and other...
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The History of Scotland, During the Reign of Queen Mary and of King James VI ...

William Robertson - 1857 - 460 pages
...alone ; for the miserable and unhappy are go on account of the et at ' things. Men who are endued with true wisdom are unmindful of good or evil in...then to obtain this application of thy understanding, foi aucli application in business is a precious art. Wise men who have abandoned all thought of the...
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Ancient Philosophy: A Treatise of Moral and Metaphysical Philosophy Anterior ...

Frederick Denison Maurice - 1861 - 260 pages
...thy duty, abandon all thought of the consequence ; seek an aaylum in wisdom alone. Men who are endued with true wisdom are unmindful of good or evil in this world. They who have abandoned all thought of the fruit which is produced from their actions are freed from...
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The Bhăgvăt-gēētā: Or, Dialogues of Krĕĕshnă and Ărjŏŏn

1867 - 117 pages
...miferable and unhappy are fo on account of the event of things. Men who are endued with true wifdom are unmindful of good or evil in this world. Study then to obtain this application of thy underftanding, for fuch application in bufinefs is a precious art. Wife men, who have abandoned all...
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Chapters from the Bible of the Ages

Giles Badger Stebbins - 1872 - 400 pages
...inconceivable and unalterable; therefore, believing it to be thus, thou shouldst not grieve. * * * Wise men, who have abandoned all thought of the fruit which is produced by their actions, are freed from the chains of birth, and go to the regions of eternal happiness. INCARNATION....
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CHAPTERS FROM THE BIBLE OF THE AGES

G.B. STEBBINS - 1872
...inconceivable and unalterable; therefore, believing it to be thus, thou shouldst not grieve. * * * Wise men, who have abandoned all thought of the fruit which is produced by their actions, are freed from the chains of birth, and go to the regions of eternal happiness. INCARNATION....
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General sketch of the history of pantheism [by C.E. Plumptre].

Charles Edward Plumptre - 1878
...duty ; abandon all thought of the consequences ; seek an asylum in wisdom alone. Men who are endued with true wisdom are unmindful of good or evil in this world. They who have abandoned all thought of the fruit which is produced from their actions are freed from...
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Hours with the mystics: a contribution to the history of religious ..., Volume 1

Robert Alfred Vaughan - 1880
...encouraged by the prospect of a recompence, for he is to aspire to far higher things. ' Men who are endowed with true wisdom are unmindful of good or evil in this world, wise men who have abandoned all thought of the fruit which is produced from their actions are freed...
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Moral and Methaphysical Philosophy, Volume 1

Frederick Denison Maurice - 1882
...thy duty, abandon all thought of the consequence ; seek an asylum iu wisdom alone. Men who are endued with true wisdom are unmindful of good or evil in this world. They who have abandoned all thought of the fruit which is produced from their actions are freed from...
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Hours with the Mystics: A Contribution to the History of Religious ..., Volume 1

Robert Alfred Vaughan - 1888
...encouraged by the prospect of a recompence, for he is to aspire to far higher things. ' Men who are endowed with true wisdom are unmindful of good or evil in this world, wise men who have abandoned all thought of the fruit which is produced from their actions are freed...
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