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DaoZang Volume 131, Page 020b2
|Book 10 A Faithful Rendition in Regular Text
||Plate 20-21 Scroll 56
Rù Shān Hé Nán Gù Chóu Chú
[Just] to gain admittance to the Mountain, why so much difficulty?
Therefore some are hesitent to do so.
Qíng-Zhì Bù Júe
Emotion, is it not, is that which decides the difference?
Rén-Jiān Fēn-Fēn Chòu Rú Rú
In this world, one after another,
odors [permeating], sniffed as if it were a large [perfumed] napkin.
Jí Hùi Rén-Jiān Bù-Zú Liàn Rú Zhì Chòu Yĕ
Suffering and filth is what is in this world.
It is not worth feeling attached to.
Like a large napkin saturated with its smell.
Wŭ-Xíng Zhāng-Dì Èr-Shí-Wŭ
The Five (Elemental) Activities
Chapter Number Twenty-Five
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