Ja 136 Suvaṇṇahaṁsajātaka
The Story about the Golden Goose

In the present one nun is greedy and spoils things for the other nuns, and annoys the monks and lay people also. The Buddha tells a story of how, in a previous life, she had tried to pluck the golden feathers of her previous husband, and had lost the advantage she had.

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1. Yaṁ laddhaṁ tena tuṭṭhabbaṁ, atilobho hi pāpako,
You should be content with what is received, the wicked have great greed,

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Haṁsarājaṁ gahetvāna, suvaṇṇā parihāyathā ti.
After grabbing ahold of the king of geese, the gold must decline.

Tattha, {1.476} tuṭṭhabban-ti tussitabbaṁ.
In this connection, you should be content means you should be content. Alternative form.