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Marcus Aurelius

  • Paradoxical ✨has quotedlast year
    of­fence which is com­mit­ted with pleas­ure is more blame­able than that which is com­mit­ted with pain;
  • Paradoxical ✨has quotedlast year
    Give thy­self time to learn some­thing new and good, and cease to be whirled around.
  • Paradoxical ✨has quotedlast year
    the soul does vi­ol­ence to it­self when it is over­powered by pleas­ure or by pain.
  • Pavlehas quotedlast year
    Re­ceive wealth or prosper­ity without ar­rog­ance; and be ready to let it go.
  • Pavlehas quotedlast year
    He who does not know what the world is, does not know where he is. And he who does not know for what pur­pose the world ex­ists, does not know who he is, nor what the world is
  • Pavlehas quotedlast year
    Dost thou wish to be praised by a man who curses him­self thrice every hour? Wouldst thou wish to please a man who does not please him­self?
  • Pavlehas quotedlast year
    Men ex­ist for the sake of one an­other. Teach them then or bear with them
  • legendhas quotedlast year
    The good emperor was not spared domestic troubles.
  • legendhas quotedlast year
    On this journey his wife, Faustina, died. At his return the emperor celebrated a triumph (176). Immediately afterwards he repaired to Germany, and took up once more the burden of war. His operations were followed by complete success; but the troubles of late years had been too much for his constitution, at no time robust, and on March 17, 180, he died in Pannonia.
  • legendhas quotedlast year
    trod the path beaten by his predecessors, seeking only to do his duty as well as h
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