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[42] And when they had come together, Cyrus addressed them as follows: “Friends and allies, we cannot1 possibly find any fault with the gods that all that we wished for so far has not been fulfilled. However, if great success is to have such consequences that a man is not to be able to have some leisure for himself nor time to enjoy himself with his friends, I am ready to bid farewell to that sort of happiness.

1 He discusses organization of his court

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