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Aeschylus - Agamemnon - Fates goal guides all, in its appointed wise

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011850

Type of Spiritual Experience

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A description of the experience

Agamemnon  - Aeschylus 458 B.C.E [Translated by E. D. Morshead]

While Right in smoky cribs shines clear as day,
And decks with weal his life, who walks the righteous way.

From gilded halls, that hands polluted raise,
Right turns away with proud averted eyes,
And of the wealth, men stamp amiss with praise,
Heedless, to poorer, holier temples hies,
And to Fate's goal guides all, in its appointed wise.

The source of the experience

Aeschylus

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