Penitence ought to charge, yet
doe they worse, who reserve the revealing of some heinous conceit or affection towards
their neighbour, to their last will and affection, having whilest they lived ever kept it
secret.

Montaigne’s Essays VII. That our Intention judgeth our Actions from 
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