ary of the Words of the Dhammapada. The Pali Text Society's edition of the text (by Suriyogo[d.]a Suma[.n]gala Thero) appeared just after I had finished, and I have made several alterations in accordance with the readings of that edition.
Chartley, West Tamar, Tasmania 1921.
 transcribers' note--all alterations of the list mentioned have been duely incorporated in the text following, and the list itself has been omitted in this e-book.
Glory to Him, the Blessed Saint, the All-Enlightened one.
1. All states arising have mind for their causing, Mind for their master, of mind are the offspring. He who with foul mind speaks or does action-- Him pain pursues as the wheel dogs the ox-hoof.
2. All states arising have mind for their causing, Mind for their master, of mind are the offspring. He who with pure mind