Quotemeal: Apr. 28th, 2019

Sunday, April 28, 2019

"To the good man to die is gain. The foolish fear death as the greatest of evils, the wise desire it as a rest after labors and the end of ills."
— St. Ambrose

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Illustration of St. Ambrose — "To the good man to die is gain. The foolish fear death as the greatest of evils, the wise desire it as a rest after labors and the end of ills."

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