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Long ago Virgil believed that the agriculturist's troubles were sent to him by the powers that be to sharpen his wits. This view could be considerably broadened, if applied to life's troubles generally. They can not only sharpen wits, in the effort to overcome or evade them, but also nurture moral attributes.


-- Notebooks Category 13: Human Experience > Chapter 1: Situation > # 296






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