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It seems that the last line of the Tibetan doesn't appear in the translations. Either it needs to be deleted or the translation added. Also it is not very clear in the way they are laid out, that we are presenting two alternative translations. --Gyurmé 16:56, 20 January 2021 (UTC)
 
It seems that the last line of the Tibetan doesn't appear in the translations. Either it needs to be deleted or the translation added. Also it is not very clear in the way they are laid out, that we are presenting two alternative translations. --Gyurmé 16:56, 20 January 2021 (UTC)
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The last Tibetan line also appears in Quotations: Atisha, Jewel Rosary of the Bodhisattvas. གཅིག་པུར་འདུག་ན་སེམས་ལ་བརྟག ། Whenever you are alone, guard your mind. Tsondru.
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I checked and it looks like the 4th Tibetan line is a mistake. I checked other quotes I had and that 4th line does not appear. Thanks for pointing that out. --[[User:Sébastien|Sébastien]] ([[User talk:Sébastien|talk]]) 12:34, 21 January 2021 (UTC)

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It seems that the last line of the Tibetan doesn't appear in the translations. Either it needs to be deleted or the translation added. Also it is not very clear in the way they are laid out, that we are presenting two alternative translations. --Gyurmé 16:56, 20 January 2021 (UTC)

The last Tibetan line also appears in Quotations: Atisha, Jewel Rosary of the Bodhisattvas. གཅིག་པུར་འདུག་ན་སེམས་ལ་བརྟག ། Whenever you are alone, guard your mind. Tsondru.

I checked and it looks like the 4th Tibetan line is a mistake. I checked other quotes I had and that 4th line does not appear. Thanks for pointing that out. --Sébastien (talk) 12:34, 21 January 2021 (UTC)