18.31 A stupid man is bewildered when he hears the real truth, while even a clever man is
humbled by it just like the fool.
18.32 The ignorant make a great effort to practise one-pointedness and the stopping of thought,
while the wise see nothing to be done and remain in themselves like those asleep.
18.33 The stupid does not attain cessation whether he acts or abandons action, while the wise
man find peace within simply by knowing the truth.
18.34 People cannot come to know themselves by practices -pure awareness, clear, complete,
beyond multiplicity and faultless though they are.
18.35 The stupid does not achieve liberation even through regular practice, but the fortunate
remains free and actionless simply by discrimination.