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Whoever is just willingly and without compulsion [550] will not lack happiness; he will never be utterly destroyed. But I say that the man who boldly transgresses, amassing a great heap unjustly—by force, in time, he will strike his sail, [555] when trouble seizes him as the yardarm is splintered.

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