What else can I, a lame old man, do but sing hymns to...

What else can I, a lame old man, do but sing hymns to God? If I was a nightingale, I would act the part of a nightingale; if a swan, the part of a swan. But since I am a reasonable creature, it is my duty to praise God. This is my business. I do it. Nor will I ever desert this post, as long as it is vouchsafed me; and I exhort you to join in the same song.—Epictetus.

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