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A fellow-creature of some sort, guide or stranger, is near us--help is coming at last!
Then the guide advances near enough to be identified.
They will pick up plenty to eat (the guide says); and when night comes on they will find their own way to shelter in a village hard by.
I discover my traveling companion at the further end of the room, evidently occupied in questioning the guide.
The guide listens as attentively to the second-hand narrative as if it were quite new to him.
And doubtless you will find it," was the somewhat too courteous answer of the guide.
While Sir Francis was speaking, the guide shook his head several times, and now said: "The sacrifice which will take place to-morrow at dawn is not a voluntary one.
The guide now led the elephant out of the thicket, and leaped upon his neck.
SOCRATES: And the other goods, such as wealth and the like, of which we were just now saying that they are sometimes good and sometimes evil, do not they also become profitable or hurtful, accordingly as the soul guides and uses them rightly or wrongly; just as the things of the soul herself are benefited when under the guidance of wisdom and harmed by folly?
SOCRATES: And the wise soul guides them rightly, and the foolish soul wrongly.
SOCRATES: And in supposing that they will be useful only if they are true guides to us of action--there we were also right?
SOCRATES: And the only right guides are knowledge and true opinion--these are the guides of man; for things which happen by chance are not under the guidance of man: but the guides of man are true opinion and knowledge.