Lafayette, the famous pirate, told of how he was once shut up in a tiny room in a gloomy prison for some extended period of time. In the door of the cell was a very small hole cut. At that hole a soldier was placed to watch his every move both day and night. All that Lafayette could see through the hole was the ever leering eye of the soldier. Never was it gone. “Oh,” he said, “It was awful.” There was no escape, no hiding. When he would lay down and when he would get up that eye was watching. To a wicked evil man, this was a dreadful means of punishment. It might even be…
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