He who wrote, "Self-reverence, self-knowledge, self-control,— these three alone lead life to sovereign power," is universally regarded as both a sage and a poet. Nevertheless, apart from a discriminating sense of selfhood, the effort to profit by this aphorism is quite sure to lead to confusion and discouragement.
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