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AT THE FEET OF THE MASTER


do these things, and I must do them." But the man who knows says: "This that wants is not I, and it must wait awhile." Often when there is an opportunity to help some one, the body feels: "How much trouble it will be for me; let some one else do it." But the man replies to his body: "You shall not hinder me in doing good work."

The body is your animal—the horse upon which you ride. Therefore you must treat it well, and take good care of it; you must not over-

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