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A doctor had in treatment a patient.

This patient died, and the doctor was saying to the persons of the accompaniment:

"If this man had abstained from the wine and had put itself on enemas, he had not died."

"Friend,- they answered him-, it is not now, that it does not serve as anything, when you had to say this, but earlier, when your advice could have performed benefit!"


We must always do the corrections in the opportune moment, and not leave them for when it is already too much late.

 

 

 

 
 

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