Peaceful, the gentle deer untrounled gaze:
All that they need,
thier forest home supplies.
No greed for wealth nor envy
Clouds their days.But these are only beasts and we are wise.
Bhartṛhari, Poems from the Sanskrit
- "Tracking the Hermit's Soul: A Jungian Reading Of Bhartrihari's Satakatraya" by Mathew V. Spano, Ph.D.
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