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THE SCHOOL 461 the seven loaves of the four thousand and how many baskets ye took up For whether is easier to say Thy sins be forgiven thee or to say Arise and walk And as they were eating Jesus took bread and blessed it and brake it and gave it to the disciples and said Take eat this is my body And he took the cup and gave thanks and gave it to them saying Drink ye all of it for this is my blood of the New Testament which is shed for many for the remission of sins And as they came out they found man of Cyrene Simon by name him they compelled to bear his cross II -CranSlate into Latin ProSt Cicero tells us that Plato reports Socrates upon receiving his sentence to have spoken to his judges in the following manner have great hopes ╬č my judges that it is infinitely to my advantage that am sent to death for it must of necessity be that one of these two things must be the consequence Death must take away all these senses or convey me to another life If all sense is to be taken away and death is no more than that pro- found sleep without dreams in which we are sometimes buried oh heavens how desirable it is to die How many days do we know in life preferable ta such state But if it be true that death is but passage to places which they who live before us do now inhabit how much still happier is it to go from those who call themselves judges to appear before those that really are such before Minos Rhadamanthus jEacus and Triptolemus and to meet men who have lived with justice and truth Is this do you think no happy journey Do you think it nothing to speak with Orpheus Musa us Homer and Hesiod would indeed suffer many deaths to enjoy these things With what particular delight should talk to Palamedes Ajax and others who like me have suffered by the iniquity of their judges should examine the wisdom of that great prince who carried such mighty
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