Ø As the body becomes tired, the heart becomes tired too. You should therefore search for beautiful sayings for them. [To enjoy by way of refreshment].
Ø He who does not know his own worth is ruined.
Ø The worth of every man is in his attainment.
Ø The worth of a man is according to his courage, his truthfulness is according to his balance of temper, his valour is according to his self – respect, and his chasteness is according to his sense of shame.
Ø A self-respecting person never commits adultery.
Ø He who puts himself in condition of ill repute should not blame those who entertain bad ideas about him.
Ø If a person has good idea about you, make his idea be true.
Ø It is enough for your own discipline that you refrain from what you dislike from others.
Ø Loving one another is half of wisdom.
Ø The most unfortunate of all men is he who cannot find a few friends during his lifetime, but still more unfortunate is he who finds one but loses him [because of his behaviour].
Ø Treat people in such a way and live amongst them in such a manner that if you die they weep over you and if you live they crave for your company.