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301. He who commits crimes such as theft, while moving among the people, is troubled by anxiety and fear, "I may be arrested at any moment as a thief".

302. But one who commits no such crime freely moves among the people without any such anxiety. Because in his case no thought of arrest ever occurs.

303. Similarly the Self which is guilty always has the fear, "I may be bound," whereas if guiltless the Self feels, "I am fearless and hence I may not be bound".

 

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