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[496e] he may keep himself free from iniquity and unholy deeds through this life and take his departure with fair hope,1 serene and well content when the end comes.” “Well,” he said, “that is no very slight thing

1 Cf. Vol. I on 331 A, 621 C-D, Marc. Aurel. xii. 36 and vi. 30in fine. See my article “Hope” in Hasting's Encyclopaedia of Religion and Ethics.

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