supineness


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Supineness, constraint, Mortification of spirit, and crosses and thorns without number, Pride in abasement, and sombre complacence of embryo saint.
What mattered to me in my dispeopled kingdom, that in regard to which the disposition of my carcass was the merest and most futile of accidents, was supineness in the mind, the dulling of the self and of that residue of execrable frippery known as the non-self and even the world, for short.