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My tardiness in answering your letter was not due to press of business. Do not listen to that sort of excuse; I am at liberty, and so is anyone else who wishes to be at liberty. No man is at the mercy of affairs. He gets entangled in them of his own accord, and then flatters himself that being busy is a proof of happiness.


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「手紙の返信が遅れたのは仕事のせいじゃあないんだ。そんな言い訳をするつもりはないよ。私は自由に生きているし、誰だってそのように生きたいはずだよね。誰も仕事に振り回されている訳ではないよ。でも中には自分から振り回されに行く奴もいてね、忙しくしているのが幸せの証しみたいに思っている勘違い野郎もいるのさ。」 以上、参考まで。





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  • 英文和訳お願いします。

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  • 英文の和訳をお願いします。

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  • 和訳お願いします

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  • 日本語に訳してください!

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  • 和訳

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