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The Divine Whose Conduct Is Upright, And The Sage Who






THE divine whose conduct is upright, and the sage who is just, are as the
spirit unto the body of the world. Well is it with that divine whose head
is attired with the crown of justice, and whose temple is adorned with the
ornament of equity.





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