[AP] The practice of all the bodhisattvas is to turn away immediately
From those things which bring desire and attachment.
For the pleasures of the senses are just like salty water:
The more we taste of them, the more our thirst increases.
[KM] Sensual pleasures are like salty water:
The deeper you drink, the thirstier you become.
Any object that you attach to,
Right away, let it go — this is the practice of a bodhisattva.
[RS] Sensual pleasures are like saltwater:
The more you indulge, the more thirst increases.
Abandon at once those things which breed
Clinging attachment—This is the practice of Bodhisattvas.
[AB] A bodhisattva’s practice is immediately to abandon any objects that cause our clinging and attachment to increase,
for objects of desire are like salt water: the more we have indulged (in them, our) thirst (for them) increases (in turn).