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He cannot stake too much on the outcome of such exalted strivings. Even all that the world can offer falls far below what the quest can offer. If outer sacrifices and inner renunciations are called for, the compensation will be more than just. In the end he gains immensely more than he loses. So why not let go freely if the quest bids him do so?


-- Notebooks Category 1: Overview of the Quest > Chapter 1: What the Quest Is > # 79






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