"Let him deny himself"

Every clear thinker has probably at times felt the littleness of human life, the pettiness, the inadequacy. And yet the forward-looking individual knows intuitively that there must be something better, something nobler, than what Omar Khayyám, the Persian poet, describes as

This batter'd CaravanseraiWhose Portals are alternate Night and Day.

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