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dice che homo si trova mai tanto felice
in cui non sia molta et molta parte di mi-
seria. In te ogni cosa concorre a molto a-
dornarti de felicita; patria; parenti;
amici; richeze; gratia; et fra quisti vi-
di in che modo la fortuna inmeta qua elche
disturbi omni tua dolce vita et ripos-
so danimo et fa inte un minimo pensie-
ro tanto esser grave et molesto che so-
pra pesa; ne lascia te gustare parte al-
cuna dela tua felicita si grande, et |
qual error ti teneva / a non volere sa-
pesse quello che hora giovara havere mi
deto? Ma sempre fu il primo commune
errore in quale peccano tuti li amanti

7 recto

say, that there is no man to be found who is so happy that he is not also miserable in some large measure. All things converge to adorn you with happiness: your homeland, your kin, friends, riches, grace. But I saw how fortune casts something among these things, that disrupts your sweet life and peace of mind. It makes the smallest concern so grievous and disturbing that it weighs you down, and you are unable to taste any part of your happiness, however great it may be. What was keeping you from telling me then what will be useful to know now? But all unwise lovers

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