Calcutta nr. 502
The advantages of the world which you consume or rely upon
You are impotent if you do not strive in search of them,
Put aside the remainder of it, it is valueless, beware !
Lest you barter the advantage of this existence, for that of another.
Of the goods of the world what thou eatest and drinkest,
Excusable 't is if thereafter thou swinkest:
All else is but idle adornment; beware
Lest dear life for such fripp'ry to barter thou thinkest.