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The Sutta Nipāta (early portions)
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Shedding the habits of the worldly man as the tree drops its leaves, severing all the ties of house and home, roam, like the unicorn, alone! (44)

In the company of another there are clashes and angry jars: bearing this in mind, roam, like the unicorn, alone! (49)

The pleasures of the senses, sweet, scintiUating, seductive, upset the mind: knowing these pleasures for dangers, roam, like the unicorn, alone!