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"Old Lorenz Lowenhielm: [Taps his glass and stands, saying] Mercy and truth have met together. Righteousness and bliss shall kiss one another.
Old Lorenz Lowenhielm: Man, in his weakness and shortsightedness believes he must make choices in this life.
Old Lorenz Lowenhielm: He trembles at the risks he takes. We do know fear. But no. Our choice is of no importance.
Old Lorenz Lowenhielm: There comes a time when our eyes are opened and we come to realize that mercy is infinite.
Old Lorenz Lowenhielm: We need only await it with confidence and receive it with gratitude.
Old Lorenz Lowenhielm: Mercy imposes no conditions.
Old Lorenz Lowenhielm: And lo! Everything we have chosen has been granted to us.
Old Lorenz Lowenhielm: And everything we rejected has also been granted.
Old Lorenz Lowenhielm: Yes, we even get back what we rejected.
Old Lorenz Lowenhielm: For mercy and truth have met together, and righteousness and bliss shall kiss one another."
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