Blaise Pascal Quote

It is not your strength and your natural power that subjects all these people to you. Do not pretend then to rule them by force or to treat them with harshness. Satisfy their reasonable desires; alleviate their necessities; let your pleasure consist in being beneficent; advance them as much as you can, and you will act like the true king of desire.


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It is not your strength and your natural power that subjects all these people to you. Do not pretend then to rule them by force or to treat them with ...

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It is not your strength and your natural power that subjects all these people to you. Do not pretend then to rule them by force or to treat them with ...

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It is not your strength and your natural power that subjects all these people to you. Do not pretend then to rule them by force or to treat them with ...

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It is not your strength and your natural power that subjects all these people to you. Do not pretend then to rule them by force or to treat them with ...