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"The time came when he could no longer conceal his sadness. He remarked to one of the servants, 'I see now that it is not as bad to live as I had thought.' "'To live, my lord, is difficult. One has to study, work, do business. Here everything is easy,' the servant consoled him. "'I would rather chop wood and carry stones than sit here. And how long will this last?' "'Forever.' "'Stay here forever?' Atzel began to tear his hair in grief. 'I'd rather kill myself.' "'A dead man cannot kill himself.' "On the eighth day, when it seemed that Atzel had reached the deepest despair, one of the servants, as had been arranged, came to him and said, 'My lord, there has been a mistake. You are not dead. You must leave paradise.' "'I'm alive?' "'Yes, you are...

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