“Not in the sky, not in the middle of the ocean, not even in the cave of a mountain should one seek refuge; for there exists no place in the world where one will not be overpowered by death.” Dhammapada 9.128
“Each one of the elderly who died in the past constantly acquired children and possessions, but their progeny and wealth were of little benefit to them in their next lives.”
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