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Marcus Aurelius ( or ; Marcus Aurelius Antoninus Augustus; 26 April 121 17 March 180) was a Roman emperor from 161 to 180 and a Stoic philosopher. He was the last of the rulers known as the Five Good Emperors (a term coined some 13 centuries later by Niccol Machiavelli), and the last emperor of the Pax Romana, an age of relative peace and stability for the Roman Empire. He served as Roman consul in 140, 145, and 161. Marcus was born during the reign of Hadrian to the emperor's nephew, the praetor Marcus Annius Verus (III), and his wife, the heiress Domitia Lucilla. Following the death of his father, Marcus was raised by his mother and grandfa ther, Marcus Annius Verus (II). After Hadrian's adoptive son, Aelius Caesar, died in 138, the emperor adopted Marcus' uncle Antoninus Pius as his new heir. In turn, Antoninus adopted Marcus and the son of Aelius, Lucius (later to rule as Emperor Lucius Verus alongside Marcus). Hadrian died that year and Antoninus became emperor. Now heir to the throne, Marcus studied Greek and Latin under tutors such as Herodes Atticus and Marcus Cornelius Fronto. He kept in close correspondence with Fronto for many years afterwards. Marcus married Antoninus' daughter Faustina in 145. Antoninus died following an illness in 161. The reign of Marcus Aurelius was marked by military conflict. In the East, the Roman Empire fought successfully with a revitalized Parthian Empire and the rebel Kingdom of Armenia. Marcus defeated the Marcomanni, Quadi, and Sarmatian Iazyges in the Marcomannic Wars; however, these and other Germanic peoples began to represent a troubling reality for the Empire. He modified the silver purity of the Roman currency, the denarius. Although the persecution of Christians in the Roman Empire is believed to have increased during his reign, it is unclear about his real attitude towards Christians. The Antonine Plague broke out in 165 or 166 and devastated the population of the Roman Empire, causing the deaths of five million people. Lucius Verus may have died from the plague in 169. Unlike some of his predecessors, Marcus chose not to adopt an heir. His children included Lucilla, who married Lucius, and Commodus, whose succession after Marcus has become a subject of debate among both contemporary and modern historians. The Column and Equestrian Statue of Marcus Aurelius still stand in Rome, where they were erected in celebration of his military victories. Meditations, the writings of "the philosopher" as contemporary biographers called Marcus, are a significant source of the modern understanding of ancient Stoic philosophy. They have been praised by fellow writers, philosophers, monarchs, and politicians centuries after his death.

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Marcus Aurelius: (121-180 A.D.) The Roman Emperor who as a Stoic endowed chairs in Athens for the four great philosophical schools of the Academy, the Lyceum, The Garden and the Stoa. Aurelius' Stoicism, tempered by his friend Fronto's humanism, held to a rational world-order and providence as well as to a notion of probable truth rather than of the Stoic infallibilism. In the famous 12 books of Meditations, the view is prominent that death was as natural as birth and development was the end of the individual and should elicit the fear of no one. His harsh treatment of the Christians did not coincide with his mild nature which may have reflected the changed character of Stoicism brought on by the decadence of Rome.



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1:Poverty is the mother of crime.
   ~ Marcus Aurelius,
2:A man's worth is no greater than his ambitions. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
3:A man's worth is no greater than his ambitions.
   ~ Marcus Aurelius,
4:Throw away thy books. No longer distract thyself. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
5:Give up your thirst for books, so that you do not die a grouch. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
6:Don't go on discussing what a good person should be. Just be one. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
7:If it is not right do not do it; if it is not true do not say it.
   ~ Marcus Aurelius,
8:Do every act of your life as though it were the very last act of your life. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
9:Everything we hear is an opinion, not a fact. Everything we see is a perspective, not the truth.
   ~ Marcus Aurelius,
10:Let your one delight and refreshment be to pass from one service to the community to another, with God ever in mind. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
11:The object of life is not to be on the side of the majority, but to escape finding oneself in the ranks of the insane. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
12:God overrules all mutinous accidents, brings them under His laws of fate, and makes them all serviceable to His purpose. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
13:The first rule is to keep an untroubled spirit. The second is to look things in the face and know them for what they are. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
14:Today I escaped from anxiety. Or no, I discarded it, because it was within me, in my own perceptions--not outside.
   ~ Marcus Aurelius, Book 9 Verse 13,
15:I have to create a circle of reading for myself: Epictetus, Marcus Aurelius, Lao-Tzu, Buddha, Pascal, The New Testament. This is also necessary for all people.
   ~ Leo Tolstoy,
16:If You are Distressed by Anything External the Pain is not Due to the Thing Itself but to Your Estimate of it. And this You have the Power to Revoke at Any Minute.
   ~ Marcus Aurelius,
17:If someone is able to show me that what I think or do is not right, I will happily change, for I seek the truth, by which no one was ever truly harmed. It is the person who continues in his self-deception and ignorance who is harmed. ~ Marcus Aurelius, Meditations,
18:God sees the inner spirit stripped of flesh, skin, and all debris. For his own mind only touches the spirit that he has allowed to flow from himself into our bodies. And if you can act the same way, you will rid yourself of all suffering. For surely if you are not preoccupied with the body that encloses you, you will not trouble yourself about clothes, houses, fame, and other showy trappings. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
19:reading :::
   Self-Help Reading List:
   James Allen As a Man Thinketh (1904)
   Marcus Aurelius Meditations (2nd Century)
   The Bhagavad-Gita
   The Bible
   Robert Bly Iron John (1990)
   Boethius The Consolation of Philosophy (6thC)
   Alain de Botton How Proust Can Change Your Life (1997)
   William Bridges Transitions: Making Sense of Life's Changes (1980)
   David Brooks The Road to Character (2015)
   Brené Brown Daring Greatly (2012)
   David D Burns The New Mood Therapy (1980)
   Joseph Campbell (with Bill Moyers) The Power of Myth (1988)
   Richard Carlson Don't Sweat The Small Stuff (1997)
   Dale Carnegie How to Win Friends and Influence People (1936)
   Deepak Chopra The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success (1994)
   Clayton Christensen How Will You Measure Your Life? (2012)
   Paulo Coelho The Alchemist (1988)
   Stephen Covey The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People (1989)
   Mihaly Cziksentmihalyi Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience (1991)
   The Dalai Lama & Howard Cutler The Art of Happiness (1999)
   The Dhammapada (Buddha's teachings)
   Charles Duhigg The Power of Habit (2011)
   Wayne Dyer Real Magic (1992)
   Ralph Waldo Emerson Self-Reliance (1841)
   Clarissa Pinkola Estes Women Who Run With The Wolves (1996)
   Viktor Frankl Man's Search For Meaning (1959)
   Benjamin Franklin Autobiography (1790)
   Shakti Gawain Creative Visualization (1982)
   Daniel Goleman Emotional Intelligence (1995)
   John Gray Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus (1992)
   Louise Hay You Can Heal Your Life (1984)
   James Hillman The Soul's Code: In Search of Character and Calling (1996)
   Susan Jeffers Feel The Fear And Do It Anyway (1987)
   Richard Koch The 80/20 Principle (1998)
   Marie Kondo The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up (2014)
   Ellen Langer Mindfulness: Choice and Control in Everyday Life (1989)
   Lao-Tzu Tao-te Ching (The Way of Power)
   Maxwell Maltz Psycho-Cybernetics (1960)
   Abraham Maslow Motivation and Personality (1954)
   Thomas Moore Care of the Soul (1992)
   Joseph Murphy The Power of Your Subconscious Mind (1963)
   Norman Vincent Peale The Power of Positive Thinking (1952)
   M Scott Peck The Road Less Traveled (1990)
   Anthony Robbins Awaken The Giant Within (1991)
   Florence Scovell-Shinn The Game of Life and How To Play It (1923)
   Martin Seligman Learned Optimism (1991)
   Samuel Smiles Self-Help (1859)
   Pierre Teilhard de Chardin The Phenomenon of Man (1955)
   Henry David Thoreau Walden (1854)
   Marianne Williamson A Return To Love (1993)
   ~ Tom Butler-Bowdon, 50 Self-Help,
20:Reading list (1972 edition)[edit]
1. Homer - Iliad, Odyssey
2. The Old Testament
3. Aeschylus - Tragedies
4. Sophocles - Tragedies
5. Herodotus - Histories
6. Euripides - Tragedies
7. Thucydides - History of the Peloponnesian War
8. Hippocrates - Medical Writings
9. Aristophanes - Comedies
10. Plato - Dialogues
11. Aristotle - Works
12. Epicurus - Letter to Herodotus; Letter to Menoecus
13. Euclid - Elements
14.Archimedes - Works
15. Apollonius of Perga - Conic Sections
16. Cicero - Works
17. Lucretius - On the Nature of Things
18. Virgil - Works
19. Horace - Works
20. Livy - History of Rome
21. Ovid - Works
22. Plutarch - Parallel Lives; Moralia
23. Tacitus - Histories; Annals; Agricola Germania
24. Nicomachus of Gerasa - Introduction to Arithmetic
25. Epictetus - Discourses; Encheiridion
26. Ptolemy - Almagest
27. Lucian - Works
28. Marcus Aurelius - Meditations
29. Galen - On the Natural Faculties
30. The New Testament
31. Plotinus - The Enneads
32. St. Augustine - On the Teacher; Confessions; City of God; On Christian Doctrine
33. The Song of Roland
34. The Nibelungenlied
35. The Saga of Burnt Njal
36. St. Thomas Aquinas - Summa Theologica
37. Dante Alighieri - The Divine Comedy;The New Life; On Monarchy
38. Geoffrey Chaucer - Troilus and Criseyde; The Canterbury Tales
39. Leonardo da Vinci - Notebooks
40. Niccolò Machiavelli - The Prince; Discourses on the First Ten Books of Livy
41. Desiderius Erasmus - The Praise of Folly
42. Nicolaus Copernicus - On the Revolutions of the Heavenly Spheres
43. Thomas More - Utopia
44. Martin Luther - Table Talk; Three Treatises
45. François Rabelais - Gargantua and Pantagruel
46. John Calvin - Institutes of the Christian Religion
47. Michel de Montaigne - Essays
48. William Gilbert - On the Loadstone and Magnetic Bodies
49. Miguel de Cervantes - Don Quixote
50. Edmund Spenser - Prothalamion; The Faerie Queene
51. Francis Bacon - Essays; Advancement of Learning; Novum Organum, New Atlantis
52. William Shakespeare - Poetry and Plays
53. Galileo Galilei - Starry Messenger; Dialogues Concerning Two New Sciences
54. Johannes Kepler - Epitome of Copernican Astronomy; Concerning the Harmonies of the World
55. William Harvey - On the Motion of the Heart and Blood in Animals; On the Circulation of the Blood; On the Generation of Animals
56. Thomas Hobbes - Leviathan
57. René Descartes - Rules for the Direction of the Mind; Discourse on the Method; Geometry; Meditations on First Philosophy
58. John Milton - Works
59. Molière - Comedies
60. Blaise Pascal - The Provincial Letters; Pensees; Scientific Treatises
61. Christiaan Huygens - Treatise on Light
62. Benedict de Spinoza - Ethics
63. John Locke - Letter Concerning Toleration; Of Civil Government; Essay Concerning Human Understanding;Thoughts Concerning Education
64. Jean Baptiste Racine - Tragedies
65. Isaac Newton - Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy; Optics
66. Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz - Discourse on Metaphysics; New Essays Concerning Human Understanding;Monadology
67.Daniel Defoe - Robinson Crusoe
68. Jonathan Swift - A Tale of a Tub; Journal to Stella; Gulliver's Travels; A Modest Proposal
69. William Congreve - The Way of the World
70. George Berkeley - Principles of Human Knowledge
71. Alexander Pope - Essay on Criticism; Rape of the Lock; Essay on Man
72. Charles de Secondat, baron de Montesquieu - Persian Letters; Spirit of Laws
73. Voltaire - Letters on the English; Candide; Philosophical Dictionary
74. Henry Fielding - Joseph Andrews; Tom Jones
75. Samuel Johnson - The Vanity of Human Wishes; Dictionary; Rasselas; The Lives of the Poets
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1:Life is opinion. ~ Marcus Aurelius
2:strength and honor ~ Marcus Aurelius
3:It loved to happen. ~ Marcus Aurelius
4:Look within things. ~ Marcus Aurelius
5:No pointless actions. ~ Marcus Aurelius
6:Fire feeds on obstacles ~ Marcus Aurelius
7:Kindness is invincible. ~ Marcus Aurelius
8:Anger cannot be dishonest. ~ Marcus Aurelius
9:Do not be ashamed of help. ~ Marcus Aurelius
10:Everything is mere opinion. ~ Marcus Aurelius
11:Straight, not straightened. ~ Marcus Aurelius
12:We are born for cooperation ~ Marcus Aurelius
13:Anticipate your final hours. ~ Marcus Aurelius
14:People exist for one another. ~ Marcus Aurelius
15:Remember that all is opinion. ~ Marcus Aurelius
16:We are the other of the other ~ Marcus Aurelius
17:لاتكن دمية تحركها خيوط الرغبة ~ Marcus Aurelius
18:All is as thinking makes it so ~ Marcus Aurelius
19:Live every day as if thy last. ~ Marcus Aurelius
20:obsequious courting of the mob ~ Marcus Aurelius
21:Let goodness go with the doing. ~ Marcus Aurelius
22:Live every day as if they last. ~ Marcus Aurelius
23:Not the “not” but the “not yet. ~ Marcus Aurelius
24:Poverty is the mother of crime. ~ Marcus Aurelius
25:Confine yourself to the present. ~ Marcus Aurelius
26:Each day provides its own gifts. ~ Marcus Aurelius
27:He who eats my bread does my will. ~ Marcus Aurelius
28:Man is born for deeds of kindness. ~ Marcus Aurelius
29:Marcus Aurelius’s Meditations. It ~ Bernard Cornwell
30:Poverty is the mother of crime.
   ~ Marcus Aurelius,
31:Truth and ceremony are two things. ~ Marcus Aurelius
32:What we do now echoes in eternity. ~ Marcus Aurelius
33:السعي في حد ذاته إلى الفضيلة فضيلة ~ Marcus Aurelius
34:Everything is but what we think it. ~ Marcus Aurelius
35:He who eats my bread, does my will. ~ Marcus Aurelius
36:Let no act be done without purpose. ~ Marcus Aurelius
37:Nothing is worth doing pointlessly. ~ Marcus Aurelius
38:refrain from all anger and passion. ~ Marcus Aurelius
39:HE WHO ACTS UNJUSTLY ACTS IMPIOUSLY. ~ Marcus Aurelius
40:How soon will time cover all things. ~ Marcus Aurelius
41:Life is opinion," says Marcus Aurelius. ~ Ernst J nger
42:Live each day as if it be your last. ~ Marcus Aurelius
43:No one wearies of benefits received. ~ Marcus Aurelius
44:Practice even what seems impossible. ~ Marcus Aurelius
45:Its a dream, a fearful dream, life is ~ Marcus Aurelius
46:Our thoughts is what our life make it ~ Marcus Aurelius
47:That I have such a wife, so obedient, ~ Marcus Aurelius
48:...the infallible man does not exist. ~ Marcus Aurelius
49:Blame and praise have no true effects. ~ Marcus Aurelius
50:Cinna wishes to seem poor, and is poor ~ Marcus Aurelius
51:He is so rich, he has no room to shit. ~ Marcus Aurelius
52:I consist of a little body and a soul. ~ Marcus Aurelius
53:Live as though today is your last day. ~ Marcus Aurelius
54:Men exist for the sake of one another. ~ Marcus Aurelius
55:Misfortune nobly born is good fortune. ~ Marcus Aurelius
56:Ninguém vale mais que as suas ambições ~ Marcus Aurelius
57:Our life is what our thoughts make it. ~ Marcus Aurelius
58:The universe is flux, life is opinion. ~ Marcus Aurelius
59:To expect an impossibility is madness. ~ Marcus Aurelius
60:محظوظ ذلك الذي لايخاف ولا يأمل - زينون ~ Marcus Aurelius
61:Aunque sean dos, el camino es uno sólo. ~ Marcus Aurelius
62:Be content to seem what you really are. ~ Marcus Aurelius
63:But that which is useful is the better. ~ Marcus Aurelius
64:fame in a world like this is worthless. ~ Marcus Aurelius
65:Our wills are ours, to make them Thine. ~ Marcus Aurelius
66:To stand up straight — not straightened ~ Marcus Aurelius
67:What we do in life ripples in eternity. ~ Marcus Aurelius
68:Wherever a man lives, he may live well. ~ Marcus Aurelius
69:Your life is what your thoughts make it ~ Marcus Aurelius
70:For what is just and good is on my side. ~ Marcus Aurelius
71:It is royal to do good and to be abused. ~ Marcus Aurelius
72:Self reliance, always. And cheerfulness. ~ Marcus Aurelius
73:The best revenge is not to be like that. ~ Marcus Aurelius
74:All things fade and quickly turn to myth. ~ Marcus Aurelius
75:Death, like birth, is a secret of Nature. ~ Marcus Aurelius
76:Give yourself a gift: the present moment. ~ Marcus Aurelius
77:Submit to the fate of your own free will. ~ Marcus Aurelius
78:The best revenge is not to do as they do. ~ Marcus Aurelius
79:A man should be upright, not kept upright. ~ Marcus Aurelius
80:Without a purpose, nothing should be done. ~ Marcus Aurelius
81:Do not be wise in words - be wise in deeds. ~ Marcus Aurelius
82:The gods sustain and guide all their works. ~ Marcus Aurelius
83:The intelligence of the universe is social. ~ Marcus Aurelius
84:To be free of passion and yet full of love. ~ Marcus Aurelius
85:He is a true fugitive who flies from reason. ~ Marcus Aurelius
86:The act of dying is one of the acts of life. ~ Marcus Aurelius
87:Where a man can live, he can also live well. ~ Marcus Aurelius
88:الذات الخالية من الانفعالات قلعة وحصن ومنتجع ~ Marcus Aurelius
89:All men die, but that not all men die whining ~ Marcus Aurelius
90:..a man cannot lose a thing if he has it not. ~ Marcus Aurelius
91:A man should be upright, not be kept upright. ~ Marcus Aurelius
92:A man's life is what his thoughts make of it. ~ Marcus Aurelius
93:Enter others' minds and let them enter yours. ~ Marcus Aurelius
94:Give full attention and devotion to each act. ~ Marcus Aurelius
95:he may not be profound, he is always sincere. ~ Marcus Aurelius
96:Leave other people's mistakes where they lie. ~ Marcus Aurelius
97:My true Self is free. I cannot be contained. ~ Marcus Aurelius
98:Nothing is evil which is according to nature. ~ Marcus Aurelius
99:Our life is a warfare, and a mere pilgrimage. ~ Marcus Aurelius
100:The universe is change, and life mere opinion ~ Marcus Aurelius
101:Dig within. There lies the wellspring of good. ~ Marcus Aurelius
102:Everything is interwoven, and the web is holy. ~ Marcus Aurelius
103:Everything that happens, happens as it should. ~ Marcus Aurelius
104:Nature insists on whatever benefits the whole. ~ Marcus Aurelius
105:No man is happy who does not think himself so. ~ Marcus Aurelius
106:No thefts of free will reported.”[—Epictetus.] ~ Marcus Aurelius
107:The best revenge is not to be like your enemy. ~ Marcus Aurelius
108:The universe is in change, life is an opinion. ~ Marcus Aurelius
109:Thou art a little soul bearing about a corpse, ~ Marcus Aurelius
110:Thou art a little soul bearing about a corpse. ~ Marcus Aurelius
111:To refrain from imitation is the best revenge. ~ Marcus Aurelius
112:You can live here as you expect to live there. ~ Marcus Aurelius
113:لا أخاف شيئا ولا آمل في شئ إني حر - كازنتزاكيس ~ Marcus Aurelius
114:All is ephemeral - fame and the famous as well. ~ Marcus Aurelius
115:A man's worth is no greater than his ambitions. ~ Marcus Aurelius
116:A person's life is what their thoughts make it. ~ Marcus Aurelius
117:Let every action aim solely at the common good. ~ Marcus Aurelius
118:Poverty is the mother of crime. —MARCUS AURELIUS ~ Marion Chesney
119:…praise does not make anything better or worse. ~ Marcus Aurelius
120:To live happily is an inward power of the soul. ~ Marcus Aurelius
121:All that is from the gods is full of Providence. ~ Marcus Aurelius
122:A man's worth is no greater than his ambitions. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
123:Life is a stranger's sojourn, a night at an inn. ~ Marcus Aurelius
124:Marcus Aurelius approvingly quotes this advice. ~ William B Irvine
125:Reverence the gods, and help men. Short is life. ~ Marcus Aurelius
126:The universe is transformation; life is opinion. ~ Marcus Aurelius
127:The universe is transformation: life is opinion. ~ Marcus Aurelius
128:To enter others’ minds and let them enter yours. ~ Marcus Aurelius
129:To run straight for the finish line, unswerving. ~ Marcus Aurelius
130:Your life is an expression of all your thoughts. ~ Marcus Aurelius
131:ألاّ تصير مثل الذي أساء اليك ، ذلك هو خير انتقام ~ Marcus Aurelius
132:A man is a little soul carrying around a courpse. ~ Marcus Aurelius
133:Ask yourself at every moment, 'Is this necessary? ~ Marcus Aurelius
134:Be tolerant with others and strict with yourself. ~ Marcus Aurelius
135:He does not write at all whose poems no man reads ~ Marcus Aurelius
136:Kingship: to earn a bad reputation by good deeds. ~ Marcus Aurelius
137:The nature of the All moved to make the universe. ~ Marcus Aurelius
138:The world is mere change, and this life, opinion. ~ Marcus Aurelius
139:Throw away thy books. No longer distract thyself. ~ Marcus Aurelius
140:A man's happiness,-to do the things proper to man. ~ Marcus Aurelius
141:A Man's life is dyed the color of his imagination. ~ Marcus Aurelius
142:A man's worth is no greater than his ambitions.
   ~ Marcus Aurelius,
143:Choose not to be harmed—and you won’t feel harmed. ~ Marcus Aurelius
144:Do every act of your life as if it were your last. ~ Marcus Aurelius
145:Do not act as if you had a thousand years to live. ~ Marcus Aurelius
146:Do unsavory armpits and bad breath make you angry? ~ Marcus Aurelius
147:Love the people with whom fate brings you together ~ Marcus Aurelius
148:Receive without conceit, release without struggle. ~ Marcus Aurelius
149:that to expect bad men not to do wrong is madness, ~ Marcus Aurelius
150:This world is mere change, and this life, opinion. ~ Marcus Aurelius
151:Throw away thy books. No longer distract thyself. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
152:A good disposition is invincible, if it be genuine. ~ Marcus Aurelius
153:Because other people are fools, must you be so too? ~ Marcus Aurelius
154:Both happiness and unhappiness depend on perception ~ Marcus Aurelius
155:Every instant of time... is a pinprick of eternity. ~ Marcus Aurelius
156:in the ways of Nature there is no evil to be found. ~ Marcus Aurelius
157:Is an emerald suddenly flawed if no one admires it? ~ Marcus Aurelius
158:While you live, while it is in your power, be good. ~ Marcus Aurelius
159:A little wisp of soul carrying a corpse.”—Epictetus. ~ Marcus Aurelius
160:A man must stand erect, not be kept erect by others. ~ Marcus Aurelius
161:Death smiles at us all; all we can do is smile back. ~ Marcus Aurelius
162:Ons leven is slechts wat onze gedachten ervan maken. ~ Marcus Aurelius
163:Other people’s mistakes? Leave them to their makers. ~ Marcus Aurelius
164:Our life is what our thoughts make it. —MARCUS AURELIUS ~ Deena Kastor
165:Wait for it patiently—annihilation or metamorphosis. ~ Marcus Aurelius
166:What is not good for the hive is no good for the bee ~ Marcus Aurelius
167:whilst yet thou livest, whilst thou mayest, be good. ~ Marcus Aurelius
168:It is the act of a madman to pursue impossibilities . ~ Marcus Aurelius
169:The man who has a house everywhere has a home nowhere ~ Marcus Aurelius
170:The soul becomes dyed with the color of its thoughts. ~ Marcus Aurelius
171:things: and the vanity of praise, and the inconstancy ~ Marcus Aurelius
172:What doesn't transmit light creates its own darkness. ~ Marcus Aurelius
173:Все мимолетно: и тот, кто помнит, и то, о чем помнят. ~ Marcus Aurelius
174:A lucky chance is constant in nothing but inconstancy. ~ Marcus Aurelius
175:En tu mano está reavivar continuamente su llama. Puedo ~ Marcus Aurelius
176:...in the ways of Nature there is no evil to be found. ~ Marcus Aurelius
177:La mejor forma de defenderte, es no parecerte al ellos ~ Marcus Aurelius
178:Leave the wrong done by another where the wrong arose. ~ Marcus Aurelius
179:Not to be offended with other men's liberty of speech, ~ Marcus Aurelius
180:The art of living is more like wrestling than dancing. ~ Marcus Aurelius
181:The soul becomes dyed with the colour of its thoughts. ~ Marcus Aurelius
182:The universe is change; life is your perception of it. ~ Marcus Aurelius
183:Though you break your heart, men will go on as before. ~ Marcus Aurelius
184:Death smiles at us all, all a man can do is smile back. ~ Marcus Aurelius
185:Love only what befalls you and is spun for you by fate. ~ Marcus Aurelius
186:The main thing we were made for is to work with others. ~ Marcus Aurelius
187:The soul becomes dyed with the colours of its thoughts. ~ Marcus Aurelius
188:What is not good for the swarm is not good for the bee. ~ Marcus Aurelius
189:After all, what does fame everlasting mean? Mere vanity. ~ Marcus Aurelius
190:All that exists is the seed of what will emerge from it. ~ Marcus Aurelius
191:Does the emerald lose its beauty for lack of admiration? ~ Marcus Aurelius
192:For outward show is a wonderful perverter of the reason. ~ Marcus Aurelius
193:Glory arrives too late when it comes only to one's ashes ~ Marcus Aurelius
194:I search after truth, by which man never yet was harmed. ~ Marcus Aurelius
195:Life is a campaign, a brief staying in a strange region. ~ Marcus Aurelius
196:Limit time to the present. Meditate upon your last hour. ~ Marcus Aurelius
197:Look to nothing, not even for a moment except to reason. ~ Marcus Aurelius
198:Nothing that goes on in anyone else's mind can harm you. ~ Marcus Aurelius
199:Nothing that goes on in anyone else’s mind can harm you. ~ Marcus Aurelius
200:Observe constantly that all things take place by change. ~ Marcus Aurelius
201:To the wise, life is a problem; to the fool, a solution. ~ Marcus Aurelius
202:What does not benefit the hive is no benefit to the bee. ~ Marcus Aurelius
203:Your task is to stand straight; not to be held straight. ~ Marcus Aurelius
204:A man's true delight is to do the things he was made for. ~ Marcus Aurelius
205:And I observed that he had overcome all passion for boys; ~ Marcus Aurelius
206:Anywhere you can lead your life, you can lead a good one. ~ Marcus Aurelius
207:A poor soul burdened with a corpse,' Epictetus calls you. ~ Marcus Aurelius
208:Don't let your imagination be crushed by life as a whole. ~ Marcus Aurelius
209:It is the duty of men to love even those who injure them. ~ Marcus Aurelius
210:No lo hagas, si no conviene; no lo digas si no es verdad. ~ Marcus Aurelius
211:Nothing befalls any man which he is not fitted to endure. ~ Marcus Aurelius
212:Remember that very little is needed to make a happy life. ~ Marcus Aurelius
213:A person's life is dyed with the color of his imagination. ~ Marcus Aurelius
214:Manusia mampu melakukan semua yang Tuhan ingin ia lakukan. ~ Marcus Aurelius
215:No matter what anyone says or does, my task is to be good. ~ Marcus Aurelius
216:our own worth is measured by what we devote our energy to. ~ Marcus Aurelius
217:Stick to what's in front of you - idea, action, utterance. ~ Marcus Aurelius
218:The best kind of revenge is, not to become like unto them. ~ Marcus Aurelius
219:The memory of everything is very soon overwhelmed in time. ~ Marcus Aurelius
220:The most complete revenge is not to imitate the aggressor. ~ Marcus Aurelius
221:The one thing worth living for is to keep one's soul pure. ~ Marcus Aurelius
222:There is nothing more shameful than perfidious friendship. ~ Marcus Aurelius
223:As for thy thirst after books, away with it with all speed. ~ Marcus Aurelius
224:Consider how quickly all things are dissolved and resolved: ~ Marcus Aurelius
225:It is man's peculiar duty to love even those who wrong him. ~ Marcus Aurelius
226:No random actions, none not based on underlying principles. ~ Marcus Aurelius
227:Tire not being useful to thyself by being useful to others. ~ Marcus Aurelius
228:You have to assemble your life yourself - action by action. ~ Marcus Aurelius
229:A man’s worth is no greater than the worth of his ambitions. ~ Marcus Aurelius
230:A person's worth is measured by the worth of what he values. ~ Marcus Aurelius
231:At best suffer patiently, if thou canst not suffer joyously. ~ Marcus Aurelius
232:Do not suffer a sudden impression to overbear your judgment. ~ Marcus Aurelius
233:Each of us needs what nature gives us, when nature gives us. ~ Marcus Aurelius
234:Happiness is no other than soundness and perfection of mind. ~ Marcus Aurelius
235:He blind, who cannot see with the eyes of his understanding. ~ Marcus Aurelius
236:Infinity is a fathomless gulf, into which all things vanish. ~ Marcus Aurelius
237:It is satisfaction to a man to do the proper works of a man. ~ Marcus Aurelius
238:philosophy of Marcus Aurelius and some of the work of Seneca. ~ Robin S Sharma
239:So much worse are the consequences of anger than its causes. ~ Marcus Aurelius
240:The man who has done good does not cry it through the world. ~ Marcus Aurelius
241:Your character is simply the sum of your thoughts over time. ~ Marcus Aurelius
242:All is ephemeral, both what remembers and what is remembered. ~ Marcus Aurelius
243:A man does not sin by commission only, but often by omission. ~ Marcus Aurelius
244:If it doesn't harm your character, how can it harm your life? ~ Marcus Aurelius
245:Love the discipline you know, and let it support you. Entrust ~ Marcus Aurelius
246:Nothing befalls a man except what is in his nature to endure. ~ Marcus Aurelius
247:Reject your sense of injury and the injury itself disappears. ~ Marcus Aurelius
248:There is no misfortune, but to bear it nobly is good fortune. ~ Marcus Aurelius
249:The world is nothing but change. Our life is only perception. ~ Marcus Aurelius
250:The world is nothing but change, our life is only perception. ~ Marcus Aurelius
251:Waste no more time arguing that a good man should be. Be one. ~ Marcus Aurelius
252:Waste no more time arguing what a good man should be. Be one. ~ Marcus Aurelius
253:Welcome every experience the looms of fate may weave for you. ~ Marcus Aurelius
254:Do not act as if you had a thousand years to live,” Marcus Aurelius ~ Og Mandino
255:Give up your thirst for books so that you do not die a grouch. ~ Marcus Aurelius
256:Neither worse then or better is a thing made by being praised. ~ Marcus Aurelius
257:our own worth is measured by what we devote our energy to.  4. ~ Marcus Aurelius
258:Reject your sense of injury, and the injury itself disappears. ~ Marcus Aurelius
259:Snow endures but for a season, and joy comes with the morning. ~ Marcus Aurelius
260:Stop talking about what the good man is like, and just be one. ~ Marcus Aurelius
261:Stupidity is expecting figs in winter, or children in old age. ~ Marcus Aurelius
262:The best revenge is to be unlike him who performed the injury. ~ Marcus Aurelius
263:The things you think about determine the quality of your mind. ~ Marcus Aurelius
264:The universe is change; our life is what our thoughts make it. ~ Marcus Aurelius
265:Whatever is not of use to the swarm, is not of use to the bee. ~ Marcus Aurelius
266:And yet, after all, what is posthumous fame? Altogether vanity. ~ Marcus Aurelius
267:Give up your thirst for books, so that you do not die a grouch. ~ Marcus Aurelius
268:Neither worse then nor better is a thing made by being praised. ~ Marcus Aurelius
269:Remember this, that very little is needed to make a happy life. ~ Marcus Aurelius
270:Things that have a common quality ever quickly seek their kind. ~ Marcus Aurelius
271:Tranquility is nothing else than the good ordering of the mind. ~ Marcus Aurelius
272:You are but an impression, and not at all what you seem to be'. ~ Marcus Aurelius
273:You should banish any thoughts of how you may appear to others. ~ Marcus Aurelius
274:A man’s worth is no greater than his ambitions.” —Marcus Aurelius ~ Hourly History
275:By a tranquil mind I mean nothing else than a mind well ordered. ~ Marcus Aurelius
276:Even the least of our activities ought to have some end in view. ~ Marcus Aurelius
277:Give up your thirst for books, so that you do not die a grouch. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
278:I cannot comprehend how any man can want anything but the truth. ~ Marcus Aurelius
279:Loss is nothing else but change, and change is Nature's delight. ~ Marcus Aurelius
280:No more roundabout discussions of what makes a good man. Be one! ~ Marcus Aurelius
281:no renuncies a ser libre, decente, comunitario, dócil ante dios. ~ Marcus Aurelius
282:The constant recollection of death is the test of human conduct. ~ Marcus Aurelius
283:“The soul becomes dyed with the color of its thoughts.” ~ ~ Marcus Aurelius #soul
284:tranquillity is nothing else than the good ordering of the mind. ~ Marcus Aurelius
285:Whatever time you choose is the right time. Not late, not early. ~ Marcus Aurelius
286:As Marcus Aurelius taught us, “What stands in the way becomes the way. ~ Bren Brown
287:Auf die Dauer der Zeit nimmt die Seele die Farbe der Gedanken an. ~ Marcus Aurelius
288:be not either a man of many words, or busy about too many things. ~ Marcus Aurelius
289:Consider that everything is opinion, and opinion is in thy power. ~ Marcus Aurelius
290:Don't go on discussing what a good person should be. Just be one. ~ Marcus Aurelius
291:Frequently consider the connection of all things in the universe. ~ Marcus Aurelius
292:He that lives alone lives in danger; society avoids many dangers. ~ Marcus Aurelius
293:If it is not right do not do it; if it is not true do not say it. ~ Marcus Aurelius
294:Life is neither good or evil, but only a place for good and evil. ~ Marcus Aurelius
295:Praise adds nothing to beauty--makes it neither better nor worse. ~ Marcus Aurelius
296:Remember how long thou hast already put off these things, and how ~ Marcus Aurelius
297:Te embarcaste, hiciste el viaje, llegaste al puerto: ¡desembarca! ~ Marcus Aurelius
298:The best kind of revenge is, not to become like unto them.' There ~ Marcus Aurelius
299:The noblest kind of retribution is not to become like your enemy. ~ Marcus Aurelius
300:To love only what happens, what was destined. No greater harmony. ~ Marcus Aurelius
301:Tomorrow is nothing, today is too late; the good lived yesterday. ~ Marcus Aurelius
302:To stop talking about what the good man is like, and just be one. ~ Marcus Aurelius
303:Depart then satisfied, for he also who releases thee is satisfied. ~ Marcus Aurelius
304:Don't go on discussing what a good person should be. Just be one. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
305:(Is it a sign of self-respect to regret nearly everything you do?) ~ Marcus Aurelius
306:The best sort of revenue is not to be like him who did the injury. ~ Marcus Aurelius
307:To accept it without arrogance, to let it go with
indifference. ~ Marcus Aurelius
308:To enter into the soul of each and allow each to enter into thine. ~ Marcus Aurelius
309:Haga o diga alguien lo que quiera, obligado estoy a ser bueno. Como ~ Marcus Aurelius
310:If it is not right, do not do it: if it is not true, do not say it. ~ Marcus Aurelius
311:Nothing happens to any man that he is not formed by nature to bear. ~ Marcus Aurelius
312:Our life is what our thoughts make it. —Marcus Aurelius, Meditations ~ Ellen J Langer
313:That which comes after ever conforms to that which has gone before. ~ Marcus Aurelius
314:The art of living is more like wrestling than dancing. —Marcus Aurelius ~ Susan Wiggs
315:The rottenness of the matter which is the foundation of everything! ~ Marcus Aurelius
316:The sexual embrace can only be compared with music and with prayer. ~ Marcus Aurelius
317:The wise man sees in the misfortune of others what he should avoid. ~ Marcus Aurelius
318:Waste no more time arguing about what a good man should be. Be one. ~ Marcus Aurelius
319:Whatever anyone does or says, I must be emerald and keep my colour. ~ Marcus Aurelius
320:All things from eternity are of like forms and come round in circle. ~ Marcus Aurelius
321:Await with calm the moment of extinction or perhaps of displacement. ~ Marcus Aurelius
322:For it is in your power to retire into yourself whenever you choose. ~ Marcus Aurelius
323:If it is not right do not do it; if it is not true do not say it.
   ~ Marcus Aurelius,
324:It can ruin your life only if it ruins your character. —MARCUS AURELIUS ~ Ryan Holiday
325:Let the god that is within you be the champion of the being you are. ~ Marcus Aurelius
326:Nothing happens to anybody which he is not fitted by nature to bear. ~ Marcus Aurelius
327:Nothing happens to any man which he is not formed by nature to bear. ~ Marcus Aurelius
328:Nothing is more scandalous than a man that is proud of his humility. ~ Marcus Aurelius
329:Our life is what our thoughts make it.” —Marcus Aurelius, Meditations ~ Susan Meissner
330:That which is not good for the bee-hive, cannot be good for the bee. ~ Marcus Aurelius
331:That which is not good for the bee-hive cannot be good for the bees. ~ Marcus Aurelius
332:The nearer a man comes to a calm mind, the closer he is to strength. ~ Marcus Aurelius
333:The true worth of a man is to be measured by the objects he pursues. ~ Marcus Aurelius
334:The universe is a single life comprising one substance and one soul. ~ Marcus Aurelius
335:The whole universe is change and life itself is but what you deem it ~ Marcus Aurelius
336:This thou must always bear in mind, what is the nature of the whole. ~ Marcus Aurelius
337:What we cannot bear removes us from life; what remains can be borne. ~ Marcus Aurelius
338:Why should we feel anger at the world? As if the world would notice? ~ Marcus Aurelius
339:Can it be that change terrifies thee? But nothing is done without it. ~ Marcus Aurelius
340:Despise not death, but welcome it, for nature wills it like all else. ~ Marcus Aurelius
341:Everything that exists is in a manner the seed of that which will be. ~ Marcus Aurelius
342:goodness—what defines a good person. Keep to it in everything you do. ~ Marcus Aurelius
343:If thou canst see sharp, look and judge wisely, says the philosopher. ~ Marcus Aurelius
344:It is a sin to persue pleasure as a good and to avoid pain as a evil. ~ Marcus Aurelius
345:That which is not good for the swarm, neither is it good for the bee. ~ Marcus Aurelius
346:The happiness of your life depends upon the quality of your thoughts. ~ Marcus Aurelius
347:The whole universe is change and life itself is but what you deem it. ~ Marcus Aurelius
348:This thou must always bear in mind, what is the nature of the whole, ~ Marcus Aurelius
349:All things from eternity are of like forms and come round in a circle. ~ Marcus Aurelius
350:Death hangs over thee, While thou still live, while thou may, do good. ~ Marcus Aurelius
351:Jangan pernah menyakiti orang lain dengan perbuatan mau pun kata-kata. ~ Marcus Aurelius
352:Look deeply. Don't miss the inherent quality and value of everything. ~ Marcus Aurelius
353:Look inward. Don’t let the true nature or value of anything elude you. ~ Marcus Aurelius
354:The best way of avenging thyself is not to become like the wrong-doer. ~ Marcus Aurelius
355:The body of an actor can be either his best friend or his worst enemy. ~ Marcus Aurelius
356:The secret of all victory lies in the organization of the non-obvious. ~ Marcus Aurelius
357:The whole Universe is change, and life itself is but what you deem it. ~ Marcus Aurelius
358:The world is a living being - one nature, one soul. Keep that in mind. ~ Marcus Aurelius
359:De beste manier om je op iemand te wreken, is niet te worden zoals hij. ~ Marcus Aurelius
360:It is not right to vex ourselves at things, for they care not about it. ~ Marcus Aurelius
361:It were well to die if there be gods, and sad to live if there be none. ~ Marcus Aurelius
362:Life is a warfare and a stranger's sojourn, and after fame is oblivion. ~ Marcus Aurelius
363:Remember: philosophy requires
only what your nature already demands. ~ Marcus Aurelius
364:This is enough. Do not add, And why were such things made in the world? ~ Marcus Aurelius
365:Vex not thy spirit at the course of things, they heed not thy vexations ~ Marcus Aurelius
366:vex not thy spirit at the course of things,they not heed thy vexations. ~ Marcus Aurelius
367:You are a little soul bearing about a corpse, as Epictetus used to say. ~ Marcus Aurelius
368:And why should we feel anger at the world? As if the world would notice! ~ Marcus Aurelius
369:For any particular thing, ask: What is it in itself? What is its nature? ~ Marcus Aurelius
370:He who lives in harmony with himself lives in harmony with the universe. ~ Marcus Aurelius
371:Hipócrates[207], tras sanar muchas enfermedades, enfermó él y murió. Los ~ Marcus Aurelius
372:How much more damage anger and grief do than the things that cause them. ~ Marcus Aurelius
373:If souls continue to exist, how does the air contain them from eternity? ~ Marcus Aurelius
374:Love the little trade which thou hast learned, and be content therewith. ~ Marcus Aurelius
375:Men exist for each other. Then either improve them, or put up with them. ~ Marcus Aurelius
376:Swiftly the remembrance of all things is buried in the gulf of eternity. ~ Marcus Aurelius
377:The freedom to do only what God wants, and accept whatever God sends us. ~ Marcus Aurelius
378:The lot assigned to every man is suited to him, and suits him to itself. ~ Marcus Aurelius
379:Whatever may happen to thee, it was prepared for thee from all eternity. ~ Marcus Aurelius
380:When pain is unbearable it destroys us; when it does not it is bearable. ~ Marcus Aurelius
381:You are a little soul carrying about a corpse, as Epictetus used to say. ~ Marcus Aurelius
382:Be not careless in deeds, nor confused in words, nor rambling in thought. ~ Marcus Aurelius
383:Be satisfied with your business, and learn to love what you were bred to. ~ Marcus Aurelius
384:Disgraceful: for the soul to give up when the body is still going strong. ~ Marcus Aurelius
385:Does a man offend your pride? Remember he will be dead soon, as will you. ~ Marcus Aurelius
386:Men are born for each other's sake, so either teach people or endure them ~ Marcus Aurelius
387:Men exist for the sake of one another. Teach them then or bear with them. ~ Marcus Aurelius
388:Short is the little which remains to thee in life. Live as on a mountain. ~ Marcus Aurelius
389:Short is the little which remains to thee of life. Live as on a mountain. ~ Marcus Aurelius
390:The pride which is proud of want of pride is the most intolerable of all. ~ Marcus Aurelius
391:Whatever happens to every man, this is for the interest of the universal: ~ Marcus Aurelius
392:All of us are creatures of a day; the rememberer and the remembered alike. ~ Marcus Aurelius
393:Find time still to be learning somewhat good, and give up being desultory. ~ Marcus Aurelius
394:»Hay que soportar el viento de los dioses / y sus trabajos sin queja«[357] ~ Marcus Aurelius
395:If the gods care not for me and for my children, There is a reason for it. ~ Marcus Aurelius
396:III. Hippocrates having cured many sicknesses, fell sick himself and died. ~ Marcus Aurelius
397:Let men see, let them know, a real man, who lives as he was meant to live. ~ Marcus Aurelius
398:...life is a warfare and a stranger's sojourn, and after-fame is oblivion. ~ Marcus Aurelius
399:Receive wealth or prosperity without arrogance; and be ready to let it go. ~ Marcus Aurelius
400:Sexual ecstasy is like death. It is one of the secrets of nature’s wisdom. ~ Marcus Aurelius
401:Take away the complaint, 'I have been harmed,' and the harm is taken away. ~ Marcus Aurelius
402:The man who doesn't know what the universe is doesn't know where he lives. ~ Marcus Aurelius
403:You must become an old man in good time if you wish to be an old man long. ~ Marcus Aurelius
404:A little flesh, a little breath, and a Reason to rule all - that is myself. ~ Marcus Aurelius
405:A little flesh, a little breath, and a Reason to rule all – that is myself. ~ Marcus Aurelius
406:Do every act of your life as though it were the very last act of your life. ~ Marcus Aurelius
407:Give your heart to the trade you have learnt, and draw refreshment from it. ~ Marcus Aurelius
408:How much more grievous are the consequences of anger than the causes of it. ~ Marcus Aurelius
409:Let not your mind run on what you lack as much as on what you have already. ~ Marcus Aurelius
410:Some things are hurrying into existence, and others are hurrying out of it; ~ Marcus Aurelius
411:Death hangs over thee. While thou livest, while it is in thy power, be good. ~ Marcus Aurelius
412:Does a man shrink from change? Why, what can come into being save by change? ~ Marcus Aurelius
413:Do every act of your life as though it were the very last act of your life. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
414:Está cerca que tú te olvides de todo y también lo está que todos te olviden. ~ Marcus Aurelius
415:Every man is worth just so much as the things about which he busies himself. ~ Marcus Aurelius
416:I am an old man and have had many worries, but most have never come to pass. ~ Marcus Aurelius
417:I, who have never willfully pained another, have no business to pain myself. ~ Marcus Aurelius
418:When thou art above measure angry, bethink thee how momentary is man's life. ~ Marcus Aurelius
419:How many together with whom I came into the world are already gone out of it. ~ Marcus Aurelius
420:I do not regard a man as poor, if the little which remains is enough for him. ~ Marcus Aurelius
421:..Is this what I was created for? To huddle under the blankets and stay warm? ~ Marcus Aurelius
422:It is a shameful thing for the soul to faint while the body still perseveres. ~ Marcus Aurelius
423:No difference between here and there: the city that you live in is the world. ~ Marcus Aurelius
424:Expel thy desires and fears and there shall be no longer any tyrant over thee. ~ Marcus Aurelius
425:In an expression of true gratitude, sadness is conspicuous only by its absence ~ Marcus Aurelius
426:It is no use being in a rage against things, that makes no difference to them. ~ Marcus Aurelius
427:Look deep into the hearts of men, and see what delights and disgusts the wise. ~ Marcus Aurelius
428:Medita en los principios rectores de otros[260], de qué huyen y qué persiguen. ~ Marcus Aurelius
429:Never act without purpose and resolve, or without the means to finish the job. ~ Marcus Aurelius
430:Nothing can come out of nothing, any more than a thing can go back to nothing. ~ Marcus Aurelius
431:Nowhere can man find a quieter or more untroubled retreat than in his own soul ~ Marcus Aurelius
432:Of all existing things some are in our power, and others are not in our power. ~ Marcus Aurelius
433:The blazing fire makes flames and brightness out of everything thrown into it. ~ Marcus Aurelius
434:The only wealth which you will keep forever is the wealth you have given away. ~ Marcus Aurelius
435:with how little he was satisfied, such as lodging, bed, dress, food, servants; ~ Marcus Aurelius
436:You are a spirit, bearing the weight of a dead body, as Epictetus used to say. ~ Marcus Aurelius
437:قيل لزينون "أي الملوك أفضل: ملك اليونانيين أم الفرس؟" قال: "من ملك شهوته وغضبه ~ Marcus Aurelius
438:Body. Soul. Mind. Sensations: the body. Desires: the soul. Reasoning: the mind. ~ Marcus Aurelius
439:Learn to ask of all actions, “Why are they doing that?” Starting with your own. ~ Marcus Aurelius
440:Nicht den Tod sollte man fürchten, sondern daß man nie beginnen wird, zu leben. ~ Marcus Aurelius
441:Nowhere can man find a quieter or more untroubled retreat than in his own soul. ~ Marcus Aurelius
442:Practice really hearing what people say. Do your best to get inside their mind. ~ Marcus Aurelius
443:Studying philosophy instills modesty and straightforwardness in your character. ~ Marcus Aurelius
444:To him they are only sectaries ‘violently and passionately set upon opposition. ~ Marcus Aurelius
445:Withdraw to the untroubled quietude deep within the soul, and refresh yourself. ~ Marcus Aurelius
446:Everything is ephemeral, both that which remembers and that which is remembered. ~ Marcus Aurelius
447:For it is according to nature, and nothing is evil which is according to nature. ~ Marcus Aurelius
448:FROM MY GRANDFATHER VERUS I LEARNED GOOD MORALS AND THE government of my temper. ~ Marcus Aurelius
449:How ridiculous and how strange to be surprised at anything which happens in life ~ Marcus Aurelius
450:Human society is a single organism, like an individual human body or a tree. But ~ Marcus Aurelius
451:If I and my two children cannot move the gods, the gods must have their reasons. ~ Marcus Aurelius
452:No form of nature is inferior to art; for the arts merely imitate natural forms. ~ Marcus Aurelius
453:Practice really hearing what people say. Do your best to get inside their minds. ~ Marcus Aurelius
454:Remind oneself continually of one of those who practiced virtue in days gone by. ~ Marcus Aurelius
455:There’s nothing more insufferable than people who boast about their own humility ~ Marcus Aurelius
456:Bear in mind that the measure of a man is the worth of the things he cares about. ~ Marcus Aurelius
457:Change your attitude to the things that bother you and you will be aware of them. ~ Marcus Aurelius
458:Dwell on the beauty of life. Watch the stars, and see yourself running with them. ~ Marcus Aurelius
459:Each thing is of like form from everlasting and comes round again in its cycle... ~ Marcus Aurelius
460:If you seek tranquillity, do less.” Or (more accurately) do what’s essential—what ~ Marcus Aurelius
461:Nature in no case cometh short of art, for the arts are copiers of natural forms. ~ Marcus Aurelius
462:The impediment to action advances action. What stands in the way becomes the way. ~ Marcus Aurelius
463:We shrink from change; yet is there anything that can come into being without it? ~ Marcus Aurelius
464:You could leave life right now. Let that determine what you do and say and think. ~ Marcus Aurelius
465:All men are made one for another: either then teach them better or bear with them. ~ Marcus Aurelius
466:And he cares nothing for their praise—men who can’t even meet their own standards. ~ Marcus Aurelius
467:Give thyself time to learn something new and good, and cease to be whirled around. ~ Marcus Aurelius
468:If any man has done wrong, the harm is his own. But perhaps he has not done wrong. ~ Marcus Aurelius
469:Man must be arched and buttressed from within, else the temple wavers to the dust. ~ Marcus Aurelius
470:Nothing proceeds from nothingness, as also nothing passes away into non-existence. ~ Marcus Aurelius
471:on every occasion a man should ask himself, Is this one of the unnecessary things? ~ Marcus Aurelius
472:Receive the gifts of fortune without pride, and part with them without reluctance. ~ Marcus Aurelius
473:The stream of tendency in which all things seek to fulfill the law of their being. ~ Marcus Aurelius
474:Wherever you go, there you are—the same person, with the same patterns of thought. ~ Marcus Aurelius
475:A rational nature admits of nothing but what is serviceable to the rest of mankind. ~ Marcus Aurelius
476:If you don’t have a consistent goal in life, you can’t live it in a consistent way. ~ Marcus Aurelius
477:It is crazy to want what is impossible. And impossible for the wicked not to do so. ~ Marcus Aurelius
478:It is not death that a man should fear, but he should fear never beginning to live. ~ Marcus Aurelius
479:It isn't ceasing to live that [I'm] afraid of but never beginning to live properly. ~ Marcus Aurelius
480:It isn't ceasing to live that [I'm] afraid of but never beginning to live properlyز ~ Marcus Aurelius
481:Let thine occupations be few, saith the sage, if thou wouldst lead a tranquil life. ~ Marcus Aurelius
482:My city and my country, as I am Antoninus, is Rome; as I am a man, it is the world. ~ Marcus Aurelius
483:Not to be overwhelmed by what you imagine, but just do what you can and should. And ~ Marcus Aurelius
484:Occupy thyself with few things, says the philosopher, if thou wouldst be tranquil.- ~ Marcus Aurelius
485:See unceasingly the enchainment, the mutual solidarity of all things and all beings ~ Marcus Aurelius
486:Soon you will have forgotten the world, and soon the world will have forgotten you. ~ Marcus Aurelius
487:Take care that you entertain no notions unsuitable to virtue and reasonable nature. ~ Marcus Aurelius
488:Thou art a little soul bearing about a corpse, as Epictetus used to say (I. C. 19). ~ Marcus Aurelius
489:کمال شخصیت آن است که هر روز را به گونه ای سپری کنیم که انگار آخرین روز زندگانی ماست ~ Marcus Aurelius
490:As for literature, thefts cannot harm it, while the lapse of ages augments its value ~ Marcus Aurelius
491:Don’t be anxious. Nature controls it all. And before long you’ll be no one, nowhere. ~ Marcus Aurelius
492:Everything is only for a day, both that which remembers and that which is remembered ~ Marcus Aurelius
493:He was taught to dress plainly and to live simply, to avoid all softness and luxury. ~ Marcus Aurelius
494:No longer talk at all about the kind of man that a good man ought to be, but be such ~ Marcus Aurelius
495:No matter what anyone says or does, my task is to be emerald, my color undiminished. ~ Marcus Aurelius
496:Objective judgment … Unselfish action … Willing acceptance … of all external events. ~ Marcus Aurelius
497:There is nothing happens to any person but what was in his power to go through with. ~ Marcus Aurelius
498:Thou who hast been set in thy station of man to aid by all means the common interest ~ Marcus Aurelius
499:Waste no more time arguing about what a good man should be. Be one. —MARCUS AURELIUS ~ Anthony Robbins
500:Change: nothing inherently bad in the process, nothing inherently good in the result. ~ Marcus Aurelius

IN CHAPTERS



   1 Philosophy
   1 Christianity
   1 Alchemy






City of God - BOOK I, #unset, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  14 Christians in captivity never lacked God's consolation man a of an offers
  15 Marcus Aurelius Regulus example enduring voluntary captivity for religion ; except that, in his case, it profited him nothing because of his
   paganism

ENNEAD 06.05 - The One and Identical Being is Everywhere Present In Its Entirety.345, #Plotinus - Complete Works Vol 04, #Plotinus, #Christianity
  
  His last period was Stoic practise, for so zealously did he practise austerities that his death was, at1281 least, hastened thereby.446 It is unlikely that he would have followed Stoic precepts without some sympathy for, or acquaintance with their philosophical doctrines; and as we saw above, Porphyry acknowledges Plotinos's writings contain hidden Stoic pieces.447 Then, Plotinos spent the last period of his life in Rome, where ruled, in philosophical circles, the traditions of Cicero, Seneca, Epictetus, and Marcus Aurelius.
  
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  20 A Stoic confutation of Epicurus and the Gnostics. As soon as Porphyry has left him, Plotinos harks back to Amelius, on whose leaving he had written against the Gnostics. He also returns to Numenian thoughts. Bouillet notices that here Plotinos founded himself on Chrysippus, Marcus Aurelius, and Epictetus, and was followed by Nemesius. This new foundation enabled him to assume a rather independent attitude. Against Plato, he taught that matter derived existence from God, and that the union of the soul and body is not necessarily evil. Against Aristotle, he taught that God is not only the final, but also the efficient cause of the universe. Against the Stoics, he taught that the human soul is free, and is a cause, independent of the World Soul from which she proceeded. Against the Gnostics, he insisted that the creator is good, the world is the best possible, and Providence extends to mundane affairs. Against the Manicheans, he taught that the evil is not positive, but negative, and is no efficient cause, so that there is no dualism.
  
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  53 Marcus Aurelius. Thoughts, xi. 18.
  
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  56 According to Plato, in the Sophist and Protagoras, and the Stoics, as in Marcus Aurelius. Meditations, vii. 63.
  
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  72 Marcus Aurelius, Medit. ii. 13.
  
  73 As thought Marcus Aurelius, in his Thoughts, xii. 42.
  
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  77 Marcus Aurelius, Medit. vii. 9; Seneca, Epist. 94.
  

The Dwellings of the Philosophers, #unset, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  evident and expressive. The famous Roman emperor Vavius Avitus Bassianus, greeted by
  soldiers, no one really knew why with the names of Marcus Aurelius Antoninus (15) ,
  was nicknamed no one really knows why either - Elagabalus or Heliogabalus (16) . "Born

the Eternal Wisdom, #unset, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  
  21) Look within thee; within thee is the source of all good and a source inexhaustible provided thou dig in it unceasingly. ~ Marcus Aurelius VII. 59
  
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  34) O my soul, wilt thou be one day simple, one, bare, more visible than the body which envelops thee? ~ Marcus Aurelius. X.I
  The Aspiration Towards Truth View Similar A Question from Europe on Difficulty
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  7) Not only to unite oneself by the breath to the air in which we live, but henceforth to unite oneself by thought to the Intelligence in which all lives. For intelligent Power is no less diffused everywhere and is no less communicated to whoever can brea the it. ~ Marcus Aurelius VIII. 54
  
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  41) Which then is the cultivated and instructed soul? The one which knows the principle, end and reason diffused in all being and through all eternity and governing the whole by regular revolutions. ~ Marcus Aurelius. V. 32
  
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  14) Thou hast always a refuge in thyself...There be free and look at all things with a fearless eye. ~ Marcus Aurelius
  
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  3) Matter is like a stream in perpetual flow; the actions of Nature manifest by continual mutations and endless transformations. There is hardly anything that is stable. Behold near thee this immense abyss of the times that no longer are and the future in which all things will disappear. ~ Marcus Aurelius
  
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  1) Look within things. ~ Marcus Aurelius
  
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  7) It is no use being in a rage against things, that makes no difference to them. ~ Marcus Aurelius
  
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  10) Truly, man has no retreat more tranquil and less troubled than that which he finds in his own soul, especially if he carries in it those truths to which it is enough to turn to acquire in a moment an absolute quietude. ~ Marcus Aurelius
  
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  23) Thou canst live without constraint in profoundest peace of heart, even if all men clamoured against thee what they will, even if wild beasts tore the members of this nature in which thou art enveloped. ~ Marcus Aurelius
  
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  4) If a thing is difficult for thee, imagine not therefore! that it is impossible to man; but if a thing is possible and proper to man, think that it is accessible to thee also. ~ Marcus Aurelius
  
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  22) For such a man, one who neglects no effort to set himself from now in the ranks of the best, is a priest, a minister of the gods, a friend of Him who dwells within him. ~ Marcus Aurelius
  The Lower Triple Purusha View Similar The Psychology of Social Development - XII
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  18) The man who has done good does not cry it through the world. ~ Marcus Aurelius
  
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  12) Whoever prefers to all else his reason, does not enact tragedy, does not bewail himself, seeks neither solitude nor the crowd, but, greatest of all goods, he shall live without desire and without fear. ~ Marcus Aurelius
  
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  22) Expel thy desires and fears and there shall be no longer any tyrant over thee. ~ Marcus Aurelius
  
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  27) So live as if thou hadst at once to say farewell to life and the time yet accorded thee were an unexpected gift. ~ Marcus Aurelius
  
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  14) That which distinguishes from others the upright man, is that he never pollutes the genius within him which dwells in his heart. ~ Marcus Aurelius
  
  15) If to thee nothing appears superior to the Genius which dwells in thee and has made itself master of his own tendencies and watches over his own thoughts and if beside him thoufindest that all the rest is petty and of no worth, then to no other thing give lodging. ~ Marcus Aurelius
  
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  16) Let the Godhead within thee protect there a virile being, respect-worthy, a chief, a man self-disciplined. ~ Marcus Aurelius
  
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  6) Regard behind thee the abyss of duration and in front that other infinity of the ages to come. What difference is there is in this immensity between one who has lived three days and one who has lived three human ages? ~ Marcus Aurelius
  
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  12) Time is a flood, an impetuous torrent which drags with it all that is born. A thing has scarcely appeared when it is carried away; another has already passed; and this other will soon fall into the gulf. ~ Marcus Aurelius
  
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  3) Can it be that change terrifies thee? But nothing is done without it. ~ Marcus Aurelius
  
  4) Await with calm the moment of extinction or perhaps of displacement. ~ Marcus Aurelius
  
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  2) To represent constantly the world as one single being with one single soul and one single substance. ~ Marcus Aurelius
  
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  1) All things are linked to each other and there is nothing that has not its relations. All beings are coordinate with each other and all contri bute to the harmony of the world. ~ Marcus Aurelius
  
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  19) See unceasingly the enchainment, the mutual solidarity of all things and all beings ~ Marcus Aurelius
  
  20) Even if thou wouldst, thou couldst not separate thy life from the life of humanity. Thou livest in humanity and by it and for it. ~ Marcus Aurelius
  
  21) Thou art man thou art a citizen of the world, thou art the son of God, thou art the brother of all men. ~ Marcus Aurelius
  The Gradations of the Supermind View Similar Parasara's Hymns to the Lord of the Flame - VI
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  49) To enter into the soul of each and allow each to enter into thine. ~ Marcus Aurelius
  
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  1) Whatever is not of use to the swarm, is not of use to the bee. ~ Marcus Aurelius
  
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  13) Thou who hast been set in thy station of man to aid by all means the common interest ~ Marcus Aurelius
  
  14) Tire not being useful to thyself by being useful to others. ~ Marcus Aurelius
  
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  17) Be not ashamed to be helped: thy end is to accomplish that which is incumbent on thee, like a soldier in the assault. ~ Marcus Aurelius
  
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  21) As thou thyself art a complement of the organism of the city, let thy action likewise he a complement of the life of the city. If each of thy actions has not a relation direct or remote to the common end, it breaks the social life, it no longer allows it to be one, it is factious like the citizen who amid the people separates himself as much as it is in him from the common accord. ~ Marcus Aurelius
  
  22) If thou hast seen an amputated hand or foot or a severed head lying separated from the rest of the body, even such he makes himself, as far as it is in him, who isolates himself from the All and acts against the common good. ~ Marcus Aurelius
  
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  24) An off-cast from the city is he who tears his soul away from the soul of reasoning beings, which is one. ~ Marcus Aurelius
  
  25) A branch detached from the contiguous branch must needs be detached from the whole tree: even so man separated even from a single man is detached from the whole society. ~ Marcus Aurelius
  
  26) Have I done something for society? Then I have worked for myself, to my own advantage. Let this truth be present to thy mind and labour without ceasing. ~ Marcus Aurelius
  

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--- Overview of noun marcus_aurelius

The noun marcus aurelius has 1 sense (no senses from tagged texts)
              
1. Antoninus, Aurelius, Marcus Aurelius, Marcus Aurelius Antoninus, Marcus Annius Verus ::: (Emperor of Rome; nephew and son-in-law and adoptive son of Antonius Pius; Stoic philosopher; the decline of the Roman Empire began under Marcus Aurelius (121-180))




--- Synonyms/Hypernyms (Ordered by Estimated Frequency) of noun marcus_aurelius

1 sense of marcus aurelius                      

Sense 1
Antoninus, Aurelius, Marcus Aurelius, Marcus Aurelius Antoninus, Marcus Annius Verus
   INSTANCE OF=> Roman Emperor, Emperor of Rome
     => emperor
       => sovereign, crowned head, monarch
         => ruler, swayer
           => person, individual, someone, somebody, mortal, soul
             => organism, being
               => living thing, animate thing
                 => whole, unit
                   => object, physical object
                     => physical entity
                       => entity
             => causal agent, cause, causal agency
               => physical entity
                 => entity
         => head of state, chief of state
           => representative
             => negotiator, negotiant, treater
               => communicator
                 => person, individual, someone, somebody, mortal, soul
                   => organism, being
                     => living thing, animate thing
                       => whole, unit
                         => object, physical object
                           => physical entity
                             => entity
                   => causal agent, cause, causal agency
                     => physical entity
                       => entity




--- Hyponyms of noun marcus_aurelius
                                    




--- Synonyms/Hypernyms (Ordered by Estimated Frequency) of noun marcus_aurelius

1 sense of marcus aurelius                      

Sense 1
Antoninus, Aurelius, Marcus Aurelius, Marcus Aurelius Antoninus, Marcus Annius Verus
   INSTANCE OF=> Roman Emperor, Emperor of Rome










--- Coordinate Terms (sisters) of noun marcus_aurelius

1 sense of marcus aurelius                      

Sense 1
Antoninus, Aurelius, Marcus Aurelius, Marcus Aurelius Antoninus, Marcus Annius Verus
  -> Roman Emperor, Emperor of Rome
   HAS INSTANCE=> Antoninus, Aurelius, Marcus Aurelius, Marcus Aurelius Antoninus, Marcus Annius Verus
   HAS INSTANCE=> Antonius Pius
   HAS INSTANCE=> Augustus, Gaius Octavianus, Gaius Julius Caesar Octavianus, Octavian
   HAS INSTANCE=> Caligula, Gaius, Gaius Caesar
   HAS INSTANCE=> Claudius, Claudius I, Tiberius Claudius Drusus Nero Germanicus
   HAS INSTANCE=> Constantine, Constantine I, Constantine the Great, Flavius Valerius Constantinus
   HAS INSTANCE=> Decius
   HAS INSTANCE=> Diocletian, Gaius Aurelius Valerius Diocletian
   HAS INSTANCE=> Domitian, Titus Flavius Domitianus
   HAS INSTANCE=> Hadrian, Publius Aelius Hadrianus, Adrian
   HAS INSTANCE=> Julian, Julian the Apostate, Flavius Claudius Julianus
   HAS INSTANCE=> Maximian, Marcus Aurelius Valerius Maximianus, Herculius
   HAS INSTANCE=> Nero, Nero Claudius Caesar Drusus Germanicus, Lucius Domitius Ahenobarbus
   HAS INSTANCE=> Nerva, Marcus Cocceius Nerva
   HAS INSTANCE=> Theodosius, Theodosius I, Theodosius the Great, Flavius Theodosius
   HAS INSTANCE=> Tiberius, Tiberius Claudius Nero Caesar Augustus
   HAS INSTANCE=> Titus, Titus Vespasianus Augustus, Titus Flavius Vespasianus
   HAS INSTANCE=> Trajan, Marcus Ulpius Traianus
   HAS INSTANCE=> Vespasian, Titus Flavius Sabinus Vespasianus










--- Grep of noun marcus_aurelius
marcus aurelius
marcus aurelius antoninus
marcus aurelius valerius maximianus





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