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J 101
{Sutta: J i 410|J 101|J 101} {Vaṇṇanā: atta. J 101|atta. J 101}
Parosata-Jataka (Parosatajātakaṃ)
translated form Pali into English by
Robert Chalmers
edited by
E. B. Cowell
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[§101] Far better than a hundred fools, though they Think hard a hundred years unceasingly, Is one who, hearing, straightway understands.

[411] This story is in all respects analogous to the Parosahassa-Jātaka (No. 99), with the sole difference that 'think hard' is read here.

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