he will always be found attuning the harmonies of his body for the sake of
the concord in his soul.1” “By all means,” he replied,
“if he is to be a true musician.2” “And will
he not deal likewise with the ordering and harmonizing of his possessions?
He will not let himself be dazzled3 by the felicitations of the multitude and
pile up the mass4
of his wealth without measure,5 involving himself in measureless ills.”
“No, I think not,” he said.
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