Go your way, O my children, go your way: for I am left desolate.
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Olympiodorus of Alexandria
I remain alone because of God’s absence. This could have been said by the saints, who made the condition of sinners their own; or by the synagogue of the Jews, when because of its arrogance toward Christ it was said to it, “See, your house will be left desolate”; or by the city, because of the desolation of the inhabitants.