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He could even live, through the strength of the Almighty, for a hundred and twenty years, plus a month, without looking on the face of any one of us or setting eyes on our crowns and gorgeous robes, our signet rings of precious metal, our silvered sticks. Let us then leave people, unmolested, to their humble pursuits and to their work and not stick our noses into their business or charge them with tasks beyond their ability to perform. 19 ‫ف‬ ‫ة‬ ‫��ي� د �‬ ‫حر ج��� ج���ل�م�ود‬ ‫ن‬ ‫�‬ ‫���ة ��ل �‬ ‫�م�ن �و��ق ت� �تر�عر�ع�ه �ع�ن ا ��س�م�ا ئ�� ن��ا �و�م�ق��ا �م ن��ا * �و�ع�م�ا �‬ ‫ح�ن �ع��لي��ه �م�ن ا �لم�م�ا �‬ ‫���دا �ل‬ ‫ح��ك� � او ج‬ ‫�قا �‬ ‫� �ق‬ ‫ح�ن � ا ��ل��ت ش����ا � * � ا ��ل�ت�ن�ا �ق � ا ��ل�ت�ن�ا �ف * � ا ��لت�� �ا �ع�ن � ا ��لت �ت‬ ‫�ت ش ا‬ ‫�ه�ا ر *‬ ‫� او � �ل ي���ل � او � �ل�� �ل * � او �ل������ � و �ج ر و ر و ر و ل و �‬ ‫�ذ ُ‬ ‫� ا ��لت��د ا �بر � ا ��لت‬ ‫��ه �ع��ل� �ه��ذه ا ��ل‬ ‫ح��س�ن �م�ن �ترك���‬ ‫�ه�ا �ج�ر* � او �‬ ‫ح�ا ��ل��ة �م�ا ا ا �ع ن�ي�� ن��ا ب��ت��ا د ��ي ب��ه �و�ت �ر���ت��ه‬ ‫�‬ ‫و‬ ‫و‬ ‫�‬ ‫بي‬ ‫ى‬ ‫ت‬ ‫�ت‬ ‫�‬ ‫�ذ‬ ‫�ة �‬ ‫��ا � �ل�ق ا ة‬ ‫�و�ت��ه� ��ي ب��ه � �و�ع��يل�م�ه �ص�ن �ع��ة ��تن ف����ع�ه ���فى �‬ ‫ح� يص���ل �م�عي�� ش����ت�ه �و�م�عي�� ش���� � او �ل��د �ي�ه * ك�� ر �‬ ‫ن‬ ‫�ف‬ ‫�ّ‬ ‫� نا � ن‬ ‫� ا ��لخ‬ ‫� ���ط � او ��ل‬ ‫ح��س�ا ب� � او ��ل�ا د ب� � او ��ل���ط� � او ��لت�� �ص ر * �و�م�ا ا �ذ ا ���‬ ‫��ص‬ ‫�‬ ‫و‬ ‫ح�� �ل�ه ا � ي���س��عى ��ى‬ ‫و‬ ‫ب‬ ‫�ي‬ ‫ق � ن ن ا ن ق � � ن ظ ��‬ ‫ف‬ ‫خ �ن ف‬ ‫ن �‬ ‫خ‬ ‫�ص�د �� �ع�لي��ه ا ��ه ا ���س� � �ب ��� ���ط�‬ ‫��ي�ر � ����س�ه �و��ي�ر ا ب� �� �وي�ه �و�م�ع�ا ر��ه �و ج�����س�ه �و�ك���ل �م�ن �‬ ‫ع ا �ل���ر‬ ‫� ش � ا نظ� �‬ ‫�ت ف ا ت � ا � ن � ا‬ ‫ع�ن ئ ا ت � ا‬ ‫� ا ن ��‬ ‫� �ه�ي�� � ا �ل��لب�� ��س � �و ��� �و� ا �ل� � �ل او � � او �لب��ل� د * �ل� � ا �ل�لب�ي�� ب� ا �لر����ي �د �ل� ��ي � ���ر ا �ل�ى‬ ‫�‬ ‫�‬ ‫�‬ ‫�‬ ‫�‬ ‫ا �ل�ا �ن��س�ا ن� ا �ل�ا ��ل��‬ ‫�ك� �ون�ه �مت�� �صف��ا �ب�ا �ل�ا �ن��س�ا ��ني���ة �مث���ل�ه * �و�م�ن ا �عت�ب��ر ا �ل�ا � �مور ا �ل���ط�ا ر�ئ��ة �ع��لي��ه‬ ‫�‬ ‫��ز ّ ف ا ن ت ا ع�ن ��ك�ز � ش �ة ث‬ ‫� �‬ ‫ح��س�ن‬ ‫���ا �ل�ا � �ل او ن� � او �ل����ط�ع�ا � � او �ل �ى �� ��ه �ي���ب�� �ع�د � �مر� ا �لب����� �ر� ك�‬ ‫����ي�را * � او ن��م�ا �ي ت�� �‬ ‫ك�‬ ‫م‬ ‫ي‬ ‫آ م‬ ‫��� ا ص�ن ن ا � �ةً �‬ ‫�غ � � ا �� ��ل �‬ ‫ن ن ا �ذ �‬ ‫��س�� � �لو ج��ه ا لله ��ت�ع�ا ��ل�ى * ��ي ر ��ط� لب��ى ا �ج�ز� � ا‬ ‫و �ل�ه�د ا �ي�ا *‬ ‫�ص��ي��ع�� �ه� ا ك�ل�ه �م� � �ع�� ه ح ب‬ ‫�ا �آ‬ ‫� �ا ا � ا ن ث‬ ‫ن � �ي�ن �مّ‬ ‫� �‬ ‫ت‬ ‫�و �ل�ا ا �ل ن���ذ �ور � او �ل�ع ��ط� �ي� * �ل� � ك�‬ ‫��ا �ن�ا * ف���ر�ى ا �‬ ‫����ي�را �م�ن ا �ل� ��‬ ‫ح��د �ه�‬ ‫ط��� �ي��د ا �و �و� ا�لم�ع��س‬ ‫ج‬ ‫ب‬ ‫ر‬ ‫م‬ ‫�ذ‬ ‫�‬ ‫�‬ ‫ف‬ ‫ح � ا � ه ُ �َ � ا �� ا � ن‬ ‫�‬ ‫غ‬ ‫ح��ت��س�ا ��ا‬ ‫�ي����ا د ر ���ط�ع�ا �م�ه �و� ار �ش���ه � �وي�� �ه ب� ا �ل�ى �م �ر���ض� �م� �موم �و ب� ج��د رى �و �ط� �‬ ‫عو� ا � ب‬ ‫ي‬ ‫�‬ ‫� �‬ ‫ا� ّ‬ ‫����‬ ‫�ع ن��د ا لله * ا �ذ ا ��ل ن��ا �� ك�‬ ‫ح�ه� ا ��ل�ى ا لله ا ��ن ف���‬ ‫له� �عي��ا �ل �ع��ل� ا لله * �‬ ‫عه� �ل�عي��ا �ل�ه *‬ ‫ى‬ ‫�م‬ ‫و ب� م‬ ‫س �م‬ ‫ن ق �‬ ‫�ذ ا � ن ن‬ ‫�ذ ا ��ق � ه ن ا ت ا � ��ف �خ� � ��ق � �� ف‬ ‫�ه� ا �م� ك‬ ‫���ا � �ي���ب���غ�ى ا � ��ي� ��و� �لوه * �و�ه� ا �م� ا �و�ل� ا �� * �� �م�ل �ى ر�ج �ى ا ب���ل ي�� �‬ ‫طو��‬ ‫� � ��ف ��ل � �‬ ‫�� ّ�� ��ن �ف ه �ن ف � �ن ن�� ا �ز‬ ‫�ا‬ ‫ا �ب�ل��‬ ‫�و�ل �ى ا ج�‬ ‫�ب��ا �ل � او � �لق �‬ ‫�ف��ا ر* �و�ي عر �ض ���س� � �و ����س م ��يح�‬ ‫ح�ا ر � او �ل� �م�ص�ا ر * �يو ج �‬ ‫�ذ � � ا � ق � �‬ ‫�� ه � � ّ �� �ق �ذ �ف ا ��� ة ا � ش ا � ن �ة‬ ‫ف‬ ‫س� � او ل�� � �و لع�د ا �و� �و�لم����‬ ‫ح�� * �و�م�ا �ل��ك ا �ل� �لي �� ��و�ل �ل��ل ن��ا ��س ا �ن�ه ا �عر��‬ ‫ا لي�� �ل�ل�� ب‬ ‫ح ا ��له� * � ا �ذ ا �ُ�سئ�� �ع�ن د ��آء ��ل�ع��ي�ن �م�د ت� * ا � ��س�ا �ق �ق � ت‬ ‫ا‬ ‫ن‬ ‫ح� * ا �و‬ ‫ر‬ ‫و‬ ‫�ه�م �ب� ��و � م و‬ ‫�م �‬ ‫�ل‬ ‫و � ر‬ ‫قّ‬ ‫�ذ ��ق � ا �ت ��ف �ن ��ث ت ا �‬ ‫ت‬ ‫ُ ة ��ن�ت�ف�خ ت‬ ‫�ص��‬ ‫ا د ر� ا �� * ا �و ا � ب‬ ‫ع د �مي�� * ا �و ا ا ي���ل �ل�ه �م� ر�ى �ى �م ك���ر� �عي�� �ل�ه * �و���ل‬ ‫�فُ‬ ‫ُ �‬ ‫�م�ا ��ل�ه * � � �ظ‬ ‫عّ ����ه �ز �م�ا �ن�ه * �و ج��ا ر �ع��لي��ه ��س��ل���ط�ا �ن�ه * ��من�� ��ا ج��ل‬ ‫ح � ا �ل� جه‬ ‫�‬ ‫�و * �و�‬ ‫�و *‬ ‫��‬ ‫�‬ ‫و‬ ‫ر‬ ‫ب‬ ‫ى‬ ‫م‬ ‫ع‬ ‫ع‬ ‫س�ت‬ ‫َ‬ ‫ت‬ ‫ا�‬ ‫�‬ ‫�‬ ‫ْ‬ ‫نظ ن‬ ‫ا‬ ‫� ا ��ص � ش‬ ‫�نا‬ ‫ه �ت�ه * � ��ي �� ن� �� ن� خ���ل��� ت‬ ‫ط��ه * �و �ل� ي��� �ع�م��ل� �ون�ه �و �ل�‬ ‫و ب�‬ ‫� ي�م����ى � او �ل�� ��س ��ي � ���ر�و� ج� �‬ ‫و�ج ب و‬ ‫� �و‬ ‫ح‬ ‫����ست خ� �د � �ن ه �ل� ا ��ت��ق ��ف � �ق �� �م�ن ا ن ا �� ف� �ق � � ا‬ ‫ق‬ ‫ا‬ ‫ت‬ ‫�‬ ‫ص‬ ‫�‬ ‫�ن‬ ‫�‬ ‫�‬ ‫ع‬ ‫�‬ ‫�‬ ‫�‬ ‫ا‬ ‫�‬ ‫ح‬ ‫�د‬ ‫�‬ ‫ع‬ ‫�‬ ‫�‬ ‫م‬ ‫�‬ ‫�‬ ‫*‬ ‫�‬ ‫*‬ ‫م‬ ‫ل‬ ‫�‬ ‫�‬ ‫ح‬ ‫�‬ ‫�‬ ‫ه‬ ‫م‬ ‫ل‬ ‫�‬ ‫ب �‬ ‫�‬ ‫� ي ر �ل ي ��س ل و‬ ‫ي �� �و‬ ‫رر ى و � �م‬ ‫‪30‬‬ ‫‪30‬‬ ‫*‬ ‫‪٢٠٫١٫٢‬‬ Rolling a Boulder about the matters over which we wrangle and debate—all the back and forth, the mutual wretchedness and recrimination, the sniping and snippiness, the vilification and reviling, the contradicting and cutting.

17 “Given that our trade requires, thank God, neither measuring nor counting—unlike that of practitioners of the natural sciences, engineers, and mathematicians, who, whenever asked for proof by an opponent in debate, immediately set about providing it through the use of quantities, areas, and arithmetic, exhausting themselves and their questioners alike—we should pursue a more restful path that will bring us and those with whom we deal closer to the desired end, which is to facilitate the learning of this trade by any who is obliged to practice it.

How, when he gets thirsty, he drinks and, when he gets tired, he rests? In other words, he is in no need of us because of his natural inborn disposition. He could even live, through the strength of the Almighty, for a hundred and twenty years, plus a month, without looking on the face of any one of us or setting eyes on our crowns and gorgeous robes, our signet rings of precious metal, our silvered sticks. Let us then leave people, unmolested, to their humble pursuits and to their work and not stick our noses into their business or charge them with tasks beyond their ability to perform.

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