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The Birth of Thought

Now let the joy bells peal. For strength of purpose and confidence have wedded love and tenderness. Henceforth they shall be all in all to each other, and the fruit of their union, their dear children, shall be loving and joyful thoughts. Born, not without travail, they shall be washed and fitly clothed, and sheltered for a little while, then shall they be sent into the wide world. Yet they shall return again after many days, having reached maturity and bringing their children with them.

The man who returns good for evil is as a tree which renders its shade and its fruit even to those who cast stones at it.
—Persian Proverb

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