I Wonder If You Always Tell The Truth

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The End

the duties of life remain while life remains,
but for me the joy of it is gone
for evermore.
(john forster, on the death of his dear friend - )
it is a far, far better thing that i do,
than i have ever done;
it is a far, far better rest that i go to,
than i have ever known.
( - charles dickens)
(final lines of a tale of two cities)