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Seneca: When Pleasures have Corrupted both Mind and Body, Nothing Seems to be Tolerable, not Because the Suffering is Hard, but Because the Sufferer is Soft.
The Quote: “When pleasures have corrupted both mind and body, nothing seems to be tolerable, not because the suffering is hard, but because the sufferer… Read More »Seneca: When Pleasures have Corrupted both Mind and Body, Nothing Seems to be Tolerable, not Because the Suffering is Hard, but Because the Sufferer is Soft.
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