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For just as faith teaches us that the supreme felicity of the other life consists only in this contemplation of the Divine Majesty, so we continue to learn by experience that a similar meditation, though incomparably less perfect, causes us to enjoy the greatest satisfaction of which we are capable in this life.
 René DescartesMeditations on First Philosophy (1641). copy citation

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Translated by Elizabeth S. Haldane
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