Beware of condemning any man’s action. Consider your neighbor’s intention, which is often honest and innocent, even though his act seems bad in outward appearance.
The evil man is ready to suspect others, like a man attacked by giddiness who thinks that all things are whirling round him, not from any fault of theirs, but because of the disturbed humors of his own head.
A superior ought to treat his subjects in such a way that they may be cheerful, free from sadness, and serve God with a serene mind.
Those who are too cautious in matters relating to God seldom do anything great and heroic; a man who is terrified of every little difficulty that may occur does not undertake such things.
Spend whatever is necessary on the care of the sick; we who are well can easily manage with dry bread, if there is nothing else.
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