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Marcus Aurelius, from Exhortations to Himself

All things are connected—bound together and sacred. Nothing is not connected. All things combine to comprise the universe. There is one universe, made up of all things, and all things are one divinity

12/09/2017 10:53:35 AM

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Marcus Aurelius “Three Rules”

Always and everywhere, it is in your power to accept what is happening, to act justly to those around you, and to use your skills to control your thoughts so that nothing slips into them without exami

11/14/2017 09:06:15 AM

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Epictetus, from The Handbook

8. Forget about controlling what happens; learn to wish that everything that happens happens just as it happens. Then . . . all will go exactly as planned. Advertisements

10/24/2017 07:50:46 AM

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Marcus Aurelius, from Exhortations to Himself

Watch out for four errors of the higher mind; when you see one of these, say, “That thought is unnecessary!” First is that thought which tends to damage social relations.  Second is a thought that doe

10/08/2017 07:30:21 PM

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Marcus Aurelius, from Exhortations to Himself

After you have done something, ask yourself: Was that right to do? Should I be sorry? Soon enough, I will be dead and gone. What more can I do, as long as my action is in accord with that of an intell

09/23/2017 08:53:14 AM

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