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1  It is appointed unto man to die and after death the judgement.
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2  They are, as you know from your catechism, death, judgement, hell, and heaven.
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3  And this day will come, shall come, must come: the day of death and the day of judgement.
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4  The next day brought death and judgement, stirring his soul slowly from its listless despair.
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5  Banish from your minds all worldly thoughts and think only of the last things, death, judgement, hell, and heaven.
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6  God's justice had still to be vindicated before men: after the particular there still remained the general judgement.
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7  The particular judgement was over and the soul had passed to the abode of bliss or to the prison of purgatory or had been hurled howling into hell.
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8  When we speak of beauty in the second sense of the term our judgement is influenced in the first place by the art itself and by the form of that art.
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9  At the last moment of consciousness the whole earthly life passed before the vision of the soul and, ere it had time to reflect, the body had died and the soul stood terrified before the judgement seat.
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10  The daylight without was already failing and, as it fell slowly through the dull red blinds, it seemed that the sun of the last day was going down and that all souls were being gathered for the judgement.
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11  Death and judgement, brought into the world by the sin of our first parents, are the dark portals that close our earthly existence, the portals that open into the unknown and the unseen, portals through which every soul must pass, alone, unaided save by its good works, without friend or brother or parent or master to help it, alone and trembling.
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