"Let high descent minister not to the pride but, to the humility of the descendant. Let him who is descended from Saints and Kings bow his head in prayer rather than hold his chin high in pride.
Let him feel his actual unworthiness to be sharers of their blood, rather than draw a second-hand glory from their fame: and let him pray that he may imitate in some degree their virtues and energy in the service of God and his fellow men." --

CLEMENT HUMILIS. Pseud. (James Tait Plowden-Wardlaw)

In Montes Unde Auxilium
(Within the hills I will find my strength)
A.D 742 - A.D 2022

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