The wise man is he who understands himself well enough to make due allowance for unsane moods and variations, never concluding that a thing is thus or thus because just now it bears that look; waiting often to see what a sleep, or a walk, or a cool revision, or perhaps a considerable turn of repentance will do. He does not slash upon a subject or a man from the point of a just now rising temper.
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