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It is the mind that makes the man, and our vigour is in our immortal soul.
For in this strange anatomy we wear, the head has greater powers than the hand; the spirit, heart, and mind are over all.
Sleep, thou repose of all things; sleep, thou gentlest of the deities; thou peace of the mind, from which care flies; who doest soothe the hearts of men wearied with the toils of the day, and refittest them for labor.
The mind, conscious of rectitude, laughed to scorn the falsehood of report.
Happy the man who has broken the chains which hurt the mind, and has given up worrying, once and for all.
As the mind of each man is conscious of good or evil, so does he conceive within his breast hope or fear, according to his actions.
Poetry comes fine-spun from a mind at peace.
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