Percy Brown Islamic Architecture Pdf 14
The best way to get revenge is to hit your enemies on the spot where you hurt them the most, because often their wounds cannot be easily seen, but also, if you strike them on the spot where they are vulnerable, they will more easily forgive you. There is no greater act of revenge than forcing him to admit his errors, not only because it is his own fault, but because of the inestimable value of a man who is ready to confess his crimes.
What is not feasible is left to God; he can do it if he pleases, and if he does it, the world will be thankful to him for having done a good action. It is not the question of interest but of law and justice. In my opinion, it was impossible for Londonderry to come back after what he had done, but he could have avoided the blow, at least so that it could not have come true. I am also of the opinion that no one should ever go to the Holy Land or Palestine without first being consecrated, because it is a place full of perils and has been the scene of so many horrors. All the pilgrims who go there are not so much looking for health as to visit the tomb of a saint, for it is the holy sepulchre.
I am a man of very poor education, but this is not my fault; and besides, the fault is not on my account. It is the fault of God himself, who has sent me in this manner. The only benefit that I have had in this matter is that nobody could have greater authority over me than I do, or could do me greater injury than I can do myself. But there are others who are still stronger, and who have brought into the world, in this way, many states, many rights, and many possessions. It was hard for me to find the place where I could alone remain and exercise this authority, but I believe that it cannot be on earth, but I have found the way to be my own prince.
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