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seem to be good when one is not so is the height of injustice. I have a story of young Polydorus, delivered for safetys sake, with great riches, by his father Priamus to Polymnestor, King of Thrace, in the Trojan war time. Now as the sick are of three classes, according to the degrees of their sickness, may you not seem to belong to the third, or incurable, class, nor show a spiritual malady like that of their bodies! This purifying of wit, this enriching of memory, enabling of judgment, and enlarging of conceit, which commonly we call learning, under what name soever it come forth or to what immediate end soever it be directed, the final end is to lead and draw. 67 Again, a man might ask out of what commonwealth Plato doth banish them. The two concepts are Maurins emphasis on the necessity of the daily practice of the works of mercy, and his resurrection of the ban on usury, the taking or charging of interest. For as in Alexanders picture well set out we delight without laughter, and in twenty mad antics we laugh without delight; so in Hercules, painted with his great beard and furious countenance, in womans attire, spinning at Omphales commandment, it breedeth both delight and laughter;. Humankind, possessing the power wrenched from the heart of the atom, can now threaten the planet itself. 31 But how much it can move, Plutarch yieldeth a notable testimony of the abominable tyrant Alexander Pherus; from whose eyes a tragedy, well made and represented, drew abundance of tears, who without all pity had murdered infinite numbers, and some of his own blood;. Or rather the vipers, that with their birth kill their parents?
For superfluity, be it Lydian gold-dust, 52 or the work of the gold-gathering ants, 53 he would disdain in proportion to its needlessness, and of course he would make the necessities of life, not its pleasures, the measure of need. Since these examples almost coincide with our teachings, I hold that such men are worthy of emulation. 80 But I speak to this purpose, that all the end of the comical part be not upon such scornful matters as stir laughter only, but mixed with it that delightful teaching which is the end of poesy. The one of Menenius Agrippa, who, when the whole people of Rome had resolutely divided themselves from the senate, with apparent show of utter ruin, though he were, for that time, an excellent orator, came not among them upon trust either of figurative speeches.
Therefore we must not be light-minded, nor exchange our immortal hopes for momentary idleness, lest reproaches come upon us, and judgment befall us, not forsooth here among men, although judgment here is no easy thing for the man of sense to bear, but at the. Even so great a 116 difference does it make whether one lends his ear to healthy or to vicious music. Truly a needle cannot do much hurt, and as trulywith leave of ladies be it spokenit cannot do much good. He would have approved of a development in the eighties, when Catholic parishes in New York City provided shelter for the homeless, with parishioners taking turns as volunteers. And so as Epaminondas is said, with the honor of his virtue to have made an office, by his exercising it, which before was contemptible, to become highly respected; so these men, no more but setting their names to it, by their own disgracefulness disgrace. 5, into the life eternal the Holy Scriptures lead us, which teach us through divine words. The physician weigheth the nature of mans body, and the nature of things helpful or hurtful unto. See whether wisdom and temperance in Ulysses and Diomedes, valor in Achilles, friendship in Nisus and Euryalus, even to an ignorant man carry not an apparent shining. Zarella had travelled with Peter Maurin in 1936 to visit the newly founded houses of the Catholic Worker movement. Basile, and Wace and Schaff, Select Library of Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers, vol. 81 But I have lavished out too many words of this playmatter. But yet presuppose it were inseparableas indeed it seemeth Scaliger judgethtruly it were an inseparable commendation.