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Unformatted text preview: St. Augustine The good I do is done by you in me and by your grace; the evil is my fault; it is the punishment you send me (2) There are some things in man which even his own spirit within him does not know (3) I have both body and soul, the one the outer, the other the inner part of me (3) The animalsare aware of it, but they cannot inquire into its meaning because they are not guided by reason (3) Mancan question nature (3) The mind and the memory are one and the same (7) The memory is a sort of stomach for the mind (7) I do not understand the power of memory that is in myself, although without it I could not even speak of myself (8) I must go beyond memory too, if I am to reach the God who made me different from the beasts that walk on the earth and wiser than the birds that fly in the air (9) Certainly happiness is in us (9) Where and whendid I experience a state of blessed happiness, so that I am able to remember it and...
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