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Marcus Aurelius, from Exhortations to Himself

The art of living is more like the art of the wrestler than the art of the dancer. Be ready, stand firm, and expect to be hit. (VII. 61) 

1 week ago

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Marcus Aurelius, from Exhortations to Himself

Sure, you want to explode. But remember this: People will still do as they always have. (VIII. 4)

2 weeks ago

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Marcus Aurelius, from Exhortations to Himself

Don’t be dissatisfied, disappointed, or disgusted when you fail to live up to your principles. Fairly close is not bad. Now, get back to your philosophy, not as if philosophy is work, but as if it is

3 weeks ago

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Marcus Aurelius, from Exhortations to Himself

X. 35. A healthy eye is ready to see anything and doesn’t say, “I only want to see green things.” Such an eye would be diseased. And healthy hearing and smelling ought to be ready for anything. And a

03/24/2017 08:01:44 AM

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Marcus Aurelius, from Exhortations to Himself

You are composed of three things: body, breath, and mind. Of these, the first two are yours only in care. Only the third is truly your own. If you separate from yourself everything that others say and

02/28/2017 06:26:57 AM

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