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Thought of Saint Augustine
Because every man is a neighbor to all men, one should not allow any kind of distance where there is a common nature.
(En. in ps. 118, S 8, 2)
Man was not created as an irrational animal bent toward the earth but, erect in stature, a reminder to look above.
(De Civ. Dei XXII, 24, 4)
Great misery is the proud man, but greater mercy is the humble God.
(De cat. rud. IV, 8)
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