Path of the Sage – Part I

Having brushed aside all doubts,
About whether or not it cannot be done,
Of her own free will, the Sage takes,
This helpless world under subtle wakefulness.

The Sage is kind without being asked,
She loves without reason,
She is a friend to the stranger,
And a relative to those without kin.

The Sage rises to her station,
Not due to fear of hell or desire for heaven,
But, rather, due to utter purity of heart,
That makes her practice goodness and wisdom.

By always avoiding the crooked paths,
And adhering to the straight and stainless,
She eventually becomes the highest receptacle for purity.

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