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From the Sayings of the Desrt Fathers - John the Short

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  • Mark Sedrak
    If a king wishes to subdue a city belonging to enemies, he first keeps them without bread and water. The enemy being harrassed by hunger becomes subject to
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      If a king wishes to subdue a city belonging to enemies, he first keeps them without bread and water. The enemy being harrassed by hunger becomes subject to him; and thus in respect to the hostile passion, for if a man endures fasting and hunger regularly his enemies will be stricken with weakness in the soul.

      John the Short
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