Who would be strong, let him a strong watch keep upon such thoughts as steal into the mind—as one in sleep might dream of floating palaces of beauty— where these are images of wasted hours, that give not strength to him who holds them fast. Let him arise, cast off the dragging chains of careless ease, refuse the burdened clatter of a pride that no man cherisheth.
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