Gulistan of Saadi | On the Effects of Education | Story 19

Gulistan of Saadi

On the Effects of Education

 Story 19

 

I asked an illustrious man for the reason of the tradition: Account as an enemy the passion which is
between thy two loins. He replied: ‘The reason is because whatever enemy thou propitiatest becomes
thy friend, whereas the more thou indulgest in a passion, the more it will oppose thee.’

Man attains angelic nature by eating sparingly
But if he be voracious like beasts he falls like a stone.
He whose wishes thou fulfillest will obey thy command
Contrary to passion, which will command, when obeyed.

 

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