Enchiridion. Chapter 22. The Thirteenth Rule

Be bold therefore in the conflict, to hope for perpetual peace. But again after thou hast overcome, so behave thyself as though thou shouldest go again to fight straightway, for after one temptation, we must look ever for another: we may never depart from our harness and weapons: we may never forsake our standing: we may never leave off watch as long as we war in the garrison of this body.

By Erasmus of Rotterdam

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