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In what text of Seneca will I find the Latin for the statement, one English translation of which is, "No tree becomes rooted and sturdy unless many a wind assails it."

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It is to be found in Seneca the Younger, De Providentia (On Providence), book 1, chapter 4, section 16

Non est arbor solida nec fortis nisi in quam frequens ventus incursat

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