When a raven happens to croak unluckily, be not overcome by appearances, but discriminate, and say, " Nothing is portended to me; but either to my paltry body, or property, or reputation, or children, or wife. But to me all portents are lucky, if I will. For whatsoever happens, it belongs to me to derive advantage therefrom."
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