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Gautama Buddha, The Dhammapada Quotes: Greater than all the joysOf heaven and earth, Greater still than dominionOver all the worlds, Is the joy of reaching the stream.
         

Greater than all the joysOf heaven and earth, Greater still than dominionOver all the worlds, Is the joy of reaching the stream.


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Greater than all the joysOf heaven and earth, Greater still than dominionOver all the worlds, Is the joy of reaching the stream.
         



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This page presents the quote "Greater than all the joysOf heaven and earth, Greater still than dominionOver all the worlds, Is the joy of reaching the stream.". Author of this quote is Gautama Buddha, The Dhammapada. This quote is about spirituality, buddhism, maya, illusion,.