eeably to Reason.
"Well; but a dishonest man has the advantage."
Here he ought to surpass you; because he flatters,
he is shameless, he keeps awake. Where is the wonder? But look whether he has the advantage of you
in fidelity or in honor. You will find he has not,
but that wherever it is best for you to have the advantage of him, there you have it. I once said to one
who was full of indignation at the good fortune of
Philostorgus, "Why, would you be willing to sleep
with Sura?" This person is not known. One of his name is mentioned in the Acts of Ignatius, as being consul at the time when he suffered martyrdom.-C. Heaven forbid, said he, that day
should ever come ! Why then are you angry that he
is paid for what he sells; or how can you call him
happy in possessions acquired by means which you
detest? Or what harm does Providence do in giving
the best things to the best men? Is it not better to
have a sense of honor than to be rich? " Granted."
Why then are you a