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Part 3: On cageyness, caution, moderation, patience, and prudence


S b olgn-n ti w.
Invoke it exactly as the maker of the charm instructed.
(Always follow instructions, and do not presume to know better than your instructor.)

Sr- lr.
Patience has its profits.
(Patience is a useful quality to cultivate.)

Sr logn ay.
Patience is the talisman for living.
(Patience solves all problems.)

Sr lpin.
There is no end to the need for patience.
(One must never tire of exercising patience.)