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Nothing is more rewarding like the desire to do good things. The best prayer answered is the desire to practically liberate a soul from the quagmire cum cocoon of bondage. To see the good in others is the beauty of the future while to ignore or disregard appreciating good qualities of friends seen in the field of politics as foes is the pestilence that awaits the political critics.

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The 16th Century wit, Aesop, in his fable on the Crow and the Sheep narrated that, “A troublesome Crow seated herself on the back of a sheep. The Sheep, much against his will, carried her backward and forward for a long time, and at last said, “if you had treated a dog in this way, you would have had your deserts from his sharp teeth.” To this the Crow replied, 'I despise the weak, and yield to the strong. I know whom I may bully, and whom I must flatter; and thus I hope to prolong my life to a good old age.

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According to Plato in his metaphoric and poetic way of expressing higher reality, he told a story about Er, a warrior who came back to life on the funeral pyre, after having been believed dead. Er according to Plato, was said to have seen many things in the afterlife, but he was told that he must return to physical life to tell others what death is like.

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