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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

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Marcus Aurelius, from Exhortations to Himself

Be like the rock that the waves beat against but do not vanquish. I am unhappy because this has happened to me? No, I am happy, even though this has happened to me. I go on, unvanquished and free from

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Seneca, from Book XX, “Of a Happy Life”

Ovid wrote, ”Philosophers do not carry into effect all that they teach.” True. But philosophers do affect some for good through their noble conceptions. Indeed, they would be much happier if they coul

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Marcus Aurelius, from Exhortations to Himself

Every instrument; every tool; every container—if they are doing what they were designed to do, they do that well, even though their designer isn’t there. And natural things—the power that shaped them

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Marcus Aurelius, from Exhortations to Himself

At last, it is time for you to decide what universe you are a part of and what powers are in that universe. At last you must realize that you have only a short time in this universe, a short time in w

08/11/2017 09:30:27 AM

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