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 [[:vs_46|VS 46]] Let us utterly drive from us our bad habits as if they were evil men who have long done us great harm. [[:vs_46|VS 46]] Let us utterly drive from us our bad habits as if they were evil men who have long done us great harm.
  
-[[:vs_47|VS 47]] I have anticipated thee, Fortune, and entrenched myself against all thy secret attacks. And I will not give myself up as captive to thee or to any other circumstance;​ but when it is time for me to go, spitting contempt on life and on those who vainly cling to it, I will leave life crying aloud a glorious triumph-song that I have lived well.  [This translation is from Bailey, but a better translation is found at the link to the left.]+[[:vs_47|VS 47]] I have anticipated thee, Fortune, and entrenched myself against all thy secret attacks. And I will not give myself up as captive to thee or to any other circumstance;​ but when it is time for me to go, spitting contempt on life and on those who vainly cling to it, I will leave life crying aloud a glorious triumph-song that I have lived well. [This translation is from Bailey, but **a better translation is found at the link to the left**.]
  
 [[:vs_48|VS 48]] We must try to make the end of the journey better than the beginning, as long as we are journeying; but when we come to the end, we must be happy and content. [[:vs_48|VS 48]] We must try to make the end of the journey better than the beginning, as long as we are journeying; but when we come to the end, we must be happy and content.
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