1、Peace comes from within. Do not seek it without!
2、Being neither jealous nor greedy, being without desires, and remaining the same under all circumstances, this is nobility.
3、He who has tasted the sweetness of solitude and tranquility becomes free from fear and free from sin.
4、The cause of suffering is selfish desire, whether it is the desire for pleasure, desire for revenge, or simply desire for a long life.
5、Desire causes suffering because it can never be completely gratified.
6、To be attached to one thing （to a certain view） and to look down upon other thing （views） as inferior--this wise men call a fetter.
7、Bonds do not exist for those to whom naught is dear or not dear.
8、There is no fire like lust, no grip like hate; there is no net like delusion, no river like craving.
9、One should give up anger; one should abandon pride; one should overcome all fetters. I’ll never befall him who clings not to mind and body and is passionless.
10、All desires have in them little pleasant taste but rather much potential suffering.
11、The sensible man is not influenced by what other people think.
12、Do not be led by reports, or tradition, or hearsay.
13、Do not believe what is passed from mouth; Do not believe rumors ; Do not believe the infallibility of texts.
14、May all beings be happy and secure ; may their mind be contented!
15、Let one’s thoughts of boundless love pervade the whole world--above, below and across--without any hatred, without any enmity.
16、May I be strenuous, energetic and persevering !May I be patient! May I be able to bear and forbear the wrongs of others! May I ever keep a promise given!
17、May I be firm and resolute! May I be kind, compassionate, and friendly! May I be humble, calm, quiet, unruffled and serene! May I serve to be perfect! May I be perfect to serve!
18、He who sees other’s faults is ever irritable, the corruptions of such as one grows. He is far from the destruction of the corruptions.
19、The wise man builds no hopes for the future, entertains no regrets for the past.
20、Only things with which a man identifies himself are able to disturb his mind-only that which concern “ myself ”can give me grief.
21、The world is in continuous flux and is impermanent.
22、Change, impermanence is characteristic of life.
23、Let him be cordial in his ways and refined in conduct ; thereby full of joy he will make an end of ill.
24、He who wishes his own happiness by causing pain to others is not released from hatred, being himself entangled in the tangles of hatred.
25、Look at every one equally, irrespective of rich or poor, noble or of low caste.
26、The attendant should make the patient happy and hopeful.
27、Those who adhere to the principles of wisdom, have right attitudes, and true to their words and discharge their duties with responsibility are loved by people.
28、When a man speaks or acts with good intention. Then happiness follows him like his shadow that never leaves him.
29、From moment to moment, a wise man removes his own impurities, as a smith removes the dross of silver.
30、Make haste in doing good, restrain your mind from evil. Whosoever is slow in doing well, his mind delights in evil?