Learn perfectly all that you learn, and
Thereafter keep your conduct worthy of that learning.
Two are the eyes of those who truly live-
One is called numbers and the other letters.
The learned have eyes that see, they say.
The unlearned have but two sores on their face.
It is the learned mans prowess that meetings
Bring delight and departures leave pleasant thoughts.
Amidst the learned be humble, as those possessing nothing are before
The prosperous. Those who fail thus to learn are the lowest of men.
The deeper a sand-well is dug the freer is its flow of water.
Even so, the deeper a man's learning the greater is his wisdom.
When every country our village could be his own,
How can a man dwell unlearned to his death?
Learning a man secures in one birth
Will secure his well-being in seven.
When the learned see that the learning that delights them
Delights the world as well, they love learning even more.
A man's learning is an imperishable and precious wealth.
All other possessions are less golden.
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