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Today's Stichomancy for Chow Yun Fat

The excerpt represents the core issue or deciding factor on which you must meditate, and is drawn from Agesilaus by Xenophon:

he who has ended his days with glory of whom it can be said that he has attained at last to blessedness.[6]

[5] See "Cyr." III. iii. 58, and for the word {deisidaimon}, see Jebb, "Theophr. Char." p. 263 foll.; Mr. Ruskin, Preface to "Bibl. Past." vol. i. p. xxv.

[6] See Herod. i. 34; Soph. "Oed. Tyr." 1529; and Prof. Jebb's note ad loc.

In his judgment it was a greater misfortune to neglect things good and virtuous, knowing them to be so, than in ignorance. Nor was he enamoured of any reputation, the essentials of which he had not laboriously achieved.[7]