He whose boldness appears in his daring (to do wrong,





He whose boldness appears in his daring (to do wrong, in
defiance of the laws) is put to death; he whose boldness appears in

his not daring (to do so) lives on Of these two cases the one

appears to be advantageous, and the other to be injurious But



When Heaven's anger smites a man,

Who the cause shall truly scan?



On this account the sage feels a difficulty (as to what to do in the

former case)





He whose appetites are stilled, who is not absorbed in He whose conquest is not conquered again, into whose conquest facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

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