If you desire that to you the degree of piety shall arrive
Do not choose than injury shall arrive to anyone from you
Do not give from death, & be not anxious about riches
For both of these in their appointed time will become wretched.

P 304

Wilt have the lore of myst'ries to thee for meed arrive?
Look that no hurt to any do by thy deed arrive:
Let not thy heart be troubled for death or daily bread,
For both in their own season will as of need arrive.

Th 333

Would'st thou attain the stage of mystery?
See that to none thou doest injury;
Brood not o'er death nor fret for daily bread,
For both in their own time will come to thee.

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