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Force without wisdom falls of its own weight.
And when all the world is overcharged with inhabitants, then the last remedy is Warre; which provideth for every man, by Victory, or Death.
Who then is free? The wise man who can command himself.
Carpe Diem. (Seize the day.)
Who then is free? The wise who can command his passions, who fears not want, nor death, nor chains,
firmly resisting his appetites and despising the honors of the world, who relies wholly on himself, whose angular points of character have all been
rounded off and polished.
“Painters and poets,” you say, “have always had an equal license in bold invention.” We know; we claim the liberty for ourselves and in turn we give it to others.
Suffering is but another name for the teaching of experience, which is the parent of instruction and the schoolmaster of life.
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