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All of us see and approve of many new courses of action, and we would like to get the enlargement that they promise, but we cannot see how it is going to in precisely with what has gone before, and so we resist the new impulse instead of throwing ourselves in with it cordially and fully. It is natural and right to appraise at its full worth what has been so well done hitherto; we do not wish to imperil it, and because we can find no formula that makes the new start in life perfectly consistent with what has gone before, we refuse our opportunities. New and enlarged righteousness is apt to seem dangerous to us, or risky, and we forget that what has already been gained was gained principally by the very risks and daring that we now refuse.

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