Happy indeed we live, friendly amidst the hostile. Amidst hostile
men we dwell free from hatred.
Happy indeed we live, friendly amidst the afflicted (by craving).
Amidst afflicted men we dwell free from affliction.
Happy indeed we live, free from avarice amidst the avaricious.
Amidst the avaricious men we dwell free from avarice.
Happy indeed we live, we who possess nothing. Feeders on joy
we shall be, like the Radiant Gods.
Victory begets enmity; the defeated dwell in pain. Happily the
peaceful live, discarding both victory and defeat.
There is no fire like lust and no crime like hatred. There is
no ill like the aggregates (of existence) and no bliss higher
than the peace (of Nibbana). 
Hunger is the worst disease, conditioned things the worst suffering.
Knowing this as it really is, the wise realize Nibbana, the
Health is the most precious gain and contentment the greatest
wealth. A trustworthy person is the best kinsman, Nibbana the
Having savored the taste of solitude and peace (of Nibbana),
pain-free and stainless he becomes, drinking deep the taste
of the bliss of the Truth.
Good is it to see the Noble Ones; to live with them is ever
blissful. One will always be happy by not encountering fools.
Indeed, he who moves in the company of fools grieves for longing.
Association with fools is ever painful, like partnership with
an enemy. But association with the wise is happy, like meeting
one's own kinsmen.
Therefore, follow the Noble One, who is steadfast, wise, learned,
dutiful and devout. One should follow only such a man, who is
truly good and discerning, even as the moon follows the path
of the stars.