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[904c] of each one of us men.1 For according to the trend of our desires and the nature of our souls, each one of us generally becomes of a corresponding character.

That is certainly probable.

All things that share in soul change, since they possess within themselves the cause of change, and in changing they move according to the law and order of destiny; the smaller the change of character, the less is the movement over surface in space, but when the change is great and towards great iniquity,

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