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A Forest Hearth: A Romance Of Indiana In The Thirties (Fiscle Part-X)

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A Forest Hearth: A Romance Of     Indiana In The     Thirties (Fiscle Part-X)
A Strenuous Sense Of Justice Is The Most Disturbing Of All Virtues, And
Those Persons In Whom It Predominates Are Usually As Disagreeable As
They Are Good. Any One Who Assumes The High Plane Of "Justice To All,
And Confusion To Sinners," May Easily Gain A Reputation For Goodness
Simply By Doing Nothing Bad. Look Wise And Heavenward, Frown Severely
But Regretfully Upon Others' Faults, And The World Will Whisper, "Ah,
How Good He Is!" And You Will Be Good--As The Sinless, Prickly Pear

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