“Blind ignorance misleads us thus and delights with the results of lascivious joys. Because it does not know the true light. Because it does not know what is the true light.
Vain splendour takes from us the power of being …. Behold! for its vain splendour we go into the fire, thus blind ignorance does mislead us.
That is, blind ignorance so misleads us that …
O! wretched mortals, open your eyes.
On riches (1183—1187). 1183. That is not riches, which may be lost; virtue is our true good and the true reward of its possessor.”