“Should someone do good, let them do it again and again. They should develop this habit, for the accumulation of goodness brings joy.” The Buddha

“Should someone do good, let them do it again and again. They should develop this habit, for the accumulation of goodness brings joy.”

This is a genuine quote from the Buddhist scriptures. It’s from the Dhammapada, verse 118:

“Should someone do good, let them do it again and again. They should develop this habit, for the accumulation of goodness brings joy.”—The Buddha.

“Should someone do good, let them do it again and again. They should develop this habit, for the accumulation of goodness brings joy.”—The Buddha Share on X

“A noble one produces an abundance of merit by having a compassionate mind towards all living beings.”

This is a genuine quote from the Buddhist scriptures. It’s from John Ireland’s translation of the Itivuttika.

If with an uncorrupted mind
He pervades just one being
With loving kindly thoughts,
He makes some merit thereby.

But a noble one produces
An abundance of merit
By having a compassionate mind
Towards all living beings.

“A noble one produces an abundance of merit by having a compassionate mind towards all living beings.”—The Buddha Share on X

“One should train in deeds of merit—generosity, a balanced life, developing a loving mind—that yield long-lasting happiness.”

“One should train in [three] deeds of merit—generosity, a balanced life, developing a loving mind—that yield long-lasting happiness.”

This is a genuine quote from the Buddhist scriptures. It’s from a scripture called the Itivuttika, here in a translation by John Ireland.

“One should train in three deeds of merit—generosity, a balanced life, developing a loving mind—that yield long-lasting happiness.”—The Buddha Share on X