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"Look at all my wealth and possessions!"
The fool suffers by being attached to these things.
But he doesn't even have ownership of himself.
So where is his wealth? Whose are his possessions?
~ Dhammapada 5:3
Source: Wikisource. Excerpt is public domain.

The Dhammapada is a Buddhist scripture that features 423 verses in 26 categories.

"According to tradition, these are answers to questions put to The Buddha on various occasions, most of which deal with ethics," Wikisource states.
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