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There is indeed a God that hears and sees whate'er we do.
[Lat., Est profecto deus, qui, quae nos gerimus, auditque et videt.]
Courage is the very best gift of all; courage stands before everything. It is what maintains and preserves our liberty, safety, life, and our homes and parents, our country and children. Courage comprises all things: a man with courage has every blessing.
The face that thou shalt smite in earnest is bound thereafter to be boneless.
Oh, are not the pleasures in life, in this daily round, trifling compared with the pains!
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