Good is he who keeps his pledges, nor ought a
man ever (lit. never) make known the grief from out of his
breast too quickly, unless he, the man, should know beforehand
how to bring about a remedy with fortitude. (114b) It will be
well for him who seeks grace for himself, comfort from the
Father in heaven, where for us is (lit. stands) all security.
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