Mortals believe themselves to be members of a fallen race, a weak and stumbling race, hedged about by unnumbered limitations and bound by a thousand chains. But the real man is unfallen, perfect, absolutely free; his faculties cannot be impaired, nor can his harmony be invaded.
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