dbu rgyan ’dzin źiṅ dpuṅ par rna cha do śal daṅ | | dpuṅ rgyan rnam par reṅs pa’i phyag mṅa’ mi dbaṅ rnams | |
phun tshogs yan lag dbus na yoṅs su gnas rnams kyis | | khyim na gnas kyaṅ thar ba’i lam ni rab tu thob | |
689. A shaven head, and garments soiled with dirt,--to wander by yourself through desert wilds,--this is but to encourage constant fears, and cannot be rightly called "an awakened hermit’s (life)."
690. ’Would rather we might take you by the hand, and sprinklewater on your head, and crown you with a heavenly diadem, and place you underneath a flowery canopy,
691. ’That all eyes might gaze with eagerness upon you; after this, in truth, we would leave our home with joy.
19. ‘"Liberation has been attained even by householders, Indras among men, who wore diadems, and carried strings of pearls suspended on their shoulders, whose garlands were entangled with bracelets, and who lay cradled in the lap of Fortune.