„Pure snow-water from the holy mountain,
Dew off the rare Naga Vajra grass.
These essences make a nectar
which is fermented by one
who is incarnated as a maiden.
Her cup's contents can protect you
from rebirth in a lower form,
if it is tasted in the state
of awareness it deserves.“

— Tsangyang Gyatso, p.70
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Tsangyang Gyatso
1683 - 1706
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„So long as you are a slave to the opinions of the many you have not yet approached freedom or tasted its nectar“

— Julian (emperor) Roman Emperor, philosopher and writer 331 - 363
Context: So long as you are a slave to the opinions of the many you have not yet approached freedom or tasted its nectar… But I do not mean by this that we ought to be shameless before all men and to do what we ought not; but all that we refrain from and all that we do, let us not do or refrain from merely because it seems to the multitude somehow honorable or base, but because it is forbidden by reason and the god within us. As quoted in The Works of the Emperor Julian (1923) by Wilmer Cave France Wright, p. 47

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