One protected by the armour of endurance (forbearance) conquers everything.
Gods kill and drop down (in hell) the king who does not protect the Brahmin, who does not practice austerities and a rich man who is not charitable.
Obeisance to that Kali (age) where the words of wife are the Vedas, to earn money is Dharma and ones own intellect is authority.
One's own character, offspring, family, soul, and dharma - all are protected when the wife is protected.
Charity begets wealth, keeping silent makes others follow you, penance leads to gain of desired objects, and celibacy leads to a long life.
Mahabharata Anushasana Parva 7.14
The students and the teachers and all those who pore over the Sastras are all fools and addicts. One who practises (what is enjoined in the Sastras) is learned.
Mahabharata, Vanaparva, 313.110
Alone is a man born, alone does he die. Alone he enjoys the fruits of his good and evil deeds.
With the idea that the wife is mine, if she is pampered a lot, she rudely insults the very husband. The lamp is mine, if with this idea it is given a deep kiss, it singes badly the very moment the bristles on the face.
Of a man overcome by worries of his family, learning, good conduct and (all) other qualities disappear along with the body like water in an unbaked pitcher.
To keep company with those whom they do not like and to be separated from those whom they like as also to deal with the wicked is the agony which people with long life have to suffer.
Mahabharata, Vanaparv, 193.18
There is only a twofold remedy for the wicked and the thorns: either slap their face with shoes or keep them at a safe distance.
Be afraid of a fearful circumstance only till it is far. As soon as it comes near, strike at it fearlessly.
Chanakya Neeti Darpan: 5.3
Like birds collecting on a tree in the night and then going their separate ways in the morning, the union of all beings inevitably ends in separation.
Buddha Charita 6.46
There is no greater dharma than serving your father and obeying his orders.
Ramayana Ayodhya Kanda 19.22
The good people who earn their livelihood with righteous means, who are attached only to their wives, who have control over their senses and who love their guests there is salvation in their house itself.
Clever people infer what is in the mind of another person from the expression itself just as the bees do the Ketaki flower, through its fragrance only.
Till the Mother, Father and Guru are alive, no need to do any another Dharma. One should constantly serve and benefit them with love and affection.
Hoarding and expenditure, elevation and degradation, meeting and parting, life and death, all are akin.
Ramayana Ayodhya Kanda Ch. 105.16
Those who criticize the wisdom of the Vedas, describe the noble behavior enjoined by the scriptures as useless, call the peaceful person a hypocrite, all these merely trouble themselves without cause.
Chanakya Neeti Darpan: 5.10
Excess is the cause of ruin. Hence one should avoid it in any case.