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[279c] the wise man rich; and may I have such wealth as only the self-restrained man can bear or endure.—Do we need anything more, Phaedrus? For me that prayer is enough.

Phaedrus
Let me also share in this prayer; for friends have all things in common.

Socrates
Let us go.


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