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Troubles certainly often arise from occasion afforded by ourselves; but the most cautious and blameless conduct cannot secure us from them; and, when they come confidence in God alleviates them.
Chapter XXXVIII
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I Promessi Sposi
The faith of two lovers overcomes all obstacles to their union. From the Harvard Classics, Vol. XXI.



 
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