[77e] if a man happens to die in a high wind and not in calm weather.”And Cebes laughed and said, “Assume that we have that fear, Socrates, and try to convince us; or rather, do not assume that we are afraid, but perhaps there is a child within us, who has such fears. Let us try to persuade him not to fear death as if it were a hobgoblin.”“Ah,” said Socrates, “you must sing charms to him every day until you charm away his fear.”
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