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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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Augoeides [from Greek auge bright light, radiance + eidos form, shape] Bulwer-Lytton in Zanoni adopted the term from Marcus Aurelius (who says that the sphere of the soul is augoeides), using it to denote the radiant spiritual-divine human soul-ego. In Isis Unveiled it denotes the spiritual monad, atma-buddhi, and is collated with the Persian ferouer or feruer, the Platonic nous, etc. In a high degree of initiation the initiant comes face to face with this radiant presence, the luminous radiation streaming from the divine ego at the heart of the monad. When the Augoeides touches with its rays the inferior monads in the human constitution and awakens them to activity, these then becomes the various lower egos or manifested children of the divine ego.

Bardesanes Greek form of Bar Deisan or Bardaisan (154-222?), a Gnostic from Edessa in Mesopotamia in the time of Marcus Aurelius. Little is known of his life, and his teachings must be gathered from fragments preserved by commentators. He has something in common with Valentinus but, if he was ever a disciple of that Gnostic, he soon diverged on his own line. Though his doctrines frequently conflict with those of the Christian Church, he is considered by some to have been a Christian. He derived much of his doctrine from India. At the head of his cosmogony stands the unknown Deity, whose shadow is the root of matter — primordial chaos; from the One and Matter spring the Son, whose union with Sophia produces the elements; and duality pervades the manifested worlds in a system of seven syzygies or pairs of active and passive principles. He upholds human free will, and makes great use of the astrological keys connecting mankind with the seven planetary spheres. As to birth, regeneration, and the inner meaning of baptism, he taught the continuing existence of the essential self through many changes of vehicle.

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.

R. Juda Hanasi, compiler of the Mishnah and possibly friend of Marcus Aurelius (161-180), belonged to the fourth generation, while R. Hiyya, author of the Tosephta, belonged to the fifth and last generation. -- H.L.G.



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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:The soul becomes dyed with the color of its thoughts. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
6:The memory of everything is very soon overwhelmed in time." ~ Marcus Aurelius,
7:The universe is change; our life is what our thoughts make it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
8:Give up your thirst for books, so that you do not die a grouch. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
9:Don't go on discussing what a good person should be. Just be one. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
10:If it is not right do not do it; if it is not true do not say it.
   ~ Marcus Aurelius,
11:Waste no more time arguing about what a good man should be. Be one. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
12:The present is the only reality of wich a man can truly be deprived. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
13:Look within things. ~ Marcus Aurelius, the Eternal Wisdom
14:Do every act of your life as though it were the very last act of your life. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
15:Dwell on the beauty of life. Watch the stars, and see yourself running with them." ~ Marcus Aurelius,
16:Everything we hear is an opinion, not a fact. Everything we see is a perspective, not the truth.
   ~ Marcus Aurelius,
17:Tire not being useful to thyself by being useful to others. ~ Marcus Aurelius, the Eternal Wisdom
18:The man who has done good does not cry it through the world. ~ Marcus Aurelius, the Eternal Wisdom
19:Whatever is not of use to the swarm, is not of use to the bee. ~ Marcus Aurelius, the Eternal Wisdom
20:Let your one delight and refreshment be to pass from one service to the community to another, with God ever in mind. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
21: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,
22:To enter into the soul of each and allow each to enter into thine. ~ Marcus Aurelius, the Eternal Wisdom
23:Await with calm the moment of extinction or perhaps of displacement. ~ Marcus Aurelius, the Eternal Wisdom
24:God overrules all mutinous accidents, brings them under His laws of fate, and makes them all serviceable to His purpose. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
25:Can it be that change terrifies thee? But nothing is done without it. ~ Marcus Aurelius, the Eternal Wisdom
26: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,
27:When you arise in the morning, think of what a precious privilege it is to be alive - to breathe, to think, to enjoy, to love." ~ Marcus Aurelius,
28:Expel thy desires and fears and there shall be no longer any tyrant over thee. ~ Marcus Aurelius, the Eternal Wisdom
29:It is no use being in a rage against things, that makes no difference to them. ~ Marcus Aurelius, the Eternal Wisdom
30: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,
31:Everything that befalls us, even illness and death, should seem as familiar to you as the sight of roses in spring or fruits in autumn. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
32:See unceasingly the enchainment, the mutual solidarity of all things and all beings ~ Marcus Aurelius, the Eternal Wisdom
33:Thou who hast been set in thy station of man to aid by all means the common interest ~ Marcus Aurelius, the Eternal Wisdom
34:Your days are numbered. Use them to throw open the windows of your soul to the sun. If you do not, the sun will soon set, and you with it." ~ Marcus Aurelius,
35:Do what nature requires at this moment. Start straight away, if that is in your power: don't look over your shoulder to see if people will know. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
36:As a bee when it has made honey, so a man when he has done a good act, does not call out for others to come and see, but he goes on to another act. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
37:It's time you realized that you have something in you more powerful and miraculous than the things that affect you and make you dance like a puppet. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
38:Thou hast always a refuge in thyself...There be free and look at all things with a fearless eye. ~ Marcus Aurelius, the Eternal Wisdom
39:To represent constantly the world as one single being with one single soul and one single substance. ~ Marcus Aurelius, the Eternal Wisdom
40: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,
41:O my soul, wilt thou be one day simple, one, bare, more visible than the body which envelops thee? ~ Marcus Aurelius. X.I, the Eternal Wisdom
42: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 Eternal Wisdom
43:An off-cast from the city is he who tears his soul away from the soul of reasoning beings, which is one. ~ Marcus Aurelius, the Eternal Wisdom
44: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,
45:Let the Godhead within thee protect there a virile being, respect-worthy, a chief, a man self-disciplined. ~ Marcus Aurelius, the Eternal Wisdom
46:Realize at long last that you have within you something stronger and more numinous than those agents of emotion which make you a mere puppet on their strings. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
47: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, the Eternal Wisdom
48: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,
49: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 moment. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
50: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, the Eternal Wisdom
51: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, the Eternal Wisdom
52:That which distinguishes from others the upright man, is that he never pollutes the genius within him which dwells in his heart. ~ Marcus Aurelius, the Eternal Wisdom
53: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, the Eternal Wisdom
54: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, the Eternal Wisdom
55:You always own the option of having no opinion. There is never any need to get worked up or to trouble your soul about things you can't control. These things are not asking to be judged by you. Leave them alone. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
56: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 Eternal Wisdom
57: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, the Eternal Wisdom
58:Think of the life you have lived until now as over and, as a dead man, see what's left as a bonus and live it according to Nature. Love the hand that fate deals you and play it as your own, for what could be more fitting?" ~ Marcus Aurelius,
59: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, the Eternal Wisdom
60: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, the Eternal Wisdom
61: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,
62: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, the Eternal Wisdom
63: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, the Eternal Wisdom
64: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, the Eternal Wisdom
65: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, the Eternal Wisdom
66: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, the Eternal Wisdom
67: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, the Eternal Wisdom
68: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, the Eternal Wisdom
69: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, the Eternal Wisdom
70: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, the Eternal Wisdom
71: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, the Eternal Wisdom
72:Live a good life. If there are gods and they are just, then they will not care how devout you have been, but will welcome you based on the virtues you have lived by. If there are gods, but unjust, then you should not want to worship them. If there are no gods, then you will be gone, but will have lived a noble life that will live on in the memories of your loved ones. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
73: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,
74: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, the Eternal Wisdom
75:To those who ask you, Where have you seen the gods, or how do you who are so devout know for sure that the gods exist? I answer, first of all, that even to the very eye, they are in some manner visible and apparent. Secondly, neither have I seen my own soul, and yet I respect and honour it. So then for the gods, by the daily experience that I have of their power and providence towards myself and others, I know certainly that they exist and therefore I worship them. ~ Marcus Aurelius, Meditations, 12, 21,
76: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,
77: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
   ~ Mortimer J Adler,

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1:Anger cannot be dishonest. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
2:Confine yourself to the present. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
3:Each day provides its own gifts. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
4:What we do now echoes in eternity. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
5:Let no act be done without purpose. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
6:Live each day as if it be your last. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
7:Our life is what our thoughts make it. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
8:Men exist for the sake of one another.  ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
9:What we do in life ripples in eternity. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
10:Be content to seem what you really are.  ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
11:The act of dying is one of the acts of life. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
12:Where a man can live, he can also live well. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
13:A man should be upright, not be kept upright. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
14:A man's life is what his thoughts make of it. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
15:Nothing is evil which is according to nature. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
16:The best revenge is not to be like your enemy. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
17:To refrain from imitation is the best revenge. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
18:The universe is transformation: life is opinion. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
19:To live happily is an inward power of the soul.  ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
20:Be tolerant with others and strict with yourself. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
21:A man must stand erect, not be kept erect by others. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
22:The art of living is more like wrestling than dancing. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
23:Death smiles at us all, all a man can do is smile back. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
24:To the wise, life is a problem; to the fool, a solution. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
25:Your task is to stand straight; not to be held straight. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
26:The memory of everything is very soon overwhelmed in time. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
27:A man's worth is no greater than the worth of his ambitions. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
28:A person's worth is measured by the worth of what he values. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
29:A man does not sin by commission only, but often by omission. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
30:The best revenge is to be unlike him who performed the injury. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
31:The universe is change; our life is what our thoughts make it. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
32:You should banish any thoughts of how you may appear to others. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
33:By a tranquil mind I mean nothing else than a mind well ordered. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
34:Loss is nothing else but change, and change is Nature's delight. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
35:Waste no more time arguing what a good person should be. Be one. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
36:Life is neither good or evil, but only a place for good and evil. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
37:Tomorrow is nothing, today is too late; the good lived yesterday. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
38:If it is not right do not do it; if it is not true do not say it.  ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
39:Nothing happens to any man that he is not formed by nature to bear. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
40:The sexual embrace can only be compared with music and with prayer. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
41:The wise man sees in the misfortune of others what he should avoid. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
42:For it is in your power to retire into yourself whenever you choose. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
43:That which is not good for the bee-hive cannot be good for the bees. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
44:What we cannot bear removes us from life; what remains can be borne. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
45:Despise not death, but welcome it, for nature wills it like all else. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
46:Every man is worth just as much as the things he busies himself with. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
47:Everything that exists is in a manner the seed of that which will be. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
48:The secret of all victory lies in the organization of the non-obvious. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
49:Men are born for each other's sake, so either teach people or endure them. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
50:You must become an old man in good time if you wish to be an old man long. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
51:How much more grievous are the consequences of anger than the causes of it. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
52:Let not your mind run on what you lack as much as on what you have already. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
53:Surrender your life serenely, as serenely as the One who takes it from you. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
54:Short is the little time which remains to thee of life. Live as on a mountain. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
55:Each thing is of like form from everlasting and comes round again in its cycle. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
56:Nowhere can man find a quieter or more untroubled retreat than in his own soul. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
57:Withdraw to the untroubled quietude deep within the soul, and refresh yourself. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
58:Bear in mind that the measure of a man is the worth of the things he cares about. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
59:Dwell on the beauty of life. Watch the stars, and see yourself running with them. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
60:Give thyself time to learn something new and good, and cease to be whirled around. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
61:Receive the gifts of fortune without pride, and part with them without reluctance. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
62:It is not death that a man should fear, but he should fear never beginning to live. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
63:Soon you will have forgotten the world, and soon the world will have forgotten you. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
64:It is a disgrace to let ignorance and vanity do more with us than prudence and principle. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
65:The opinion of 10,000 men is of no value if none of them know anything about the subject. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
66:Waste no more time talking about great souls and how they should be. Become one yourself! ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
67:Live out your life in truth and justice, tolerant of those who are neither true nor just.  ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
68:Because a thing seems difficult for you, do not think it impossible for anyone to accomplish. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
69:The approval of such men, who do not even stand well in their own eyes, has no value for him. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
70:And thou wilt give thyself relief, if thou doest every act of thy life as if it were the last. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
71:You have power over your mind - not outside events. Realize this, and you will find strength.  ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
72:Very little is needed to make a happy life; it is all within yourself, in your way of thinking. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
73:Look within. Within is the fountain of good, and it will ever bubble up, if thou wilt ever dig.  ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
74:Everything we hear is an opinion, not a fact. Everything we see is a perspective, not the truth.  ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
75:The longest-lived and the shortest-lived man, when they come to die, lose one and the same thing. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
76:Even while a thing is in the act of coming into existence, some part of it has already ceased to be. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
77:Our anger and annoyance are more detrimental to us than the things themselves which anger or annoy us. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
78:Whatever the universal nature assigns to any man at any time is for the good of that man at that time. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
79:Begin - to begin is half the work, let half still remain; again begin this, and thou wilt have finished. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
80:Everything that happens happens as it should, and if you observe carefully, you will find this to be so.  ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
81:Imagine you were now dead, or had not lived before his moment. Now view the rest of your life as a bonus. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
82:A good man does not spy around for the black spots in others, but presses unswervingly on towards his mark. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
83:Every man's life lies within the present; for the past is spent and done with, and the future is uncertain. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
84:How very near us stand the two vast gulfs of time, the past and the future, in which all things disappear.  ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
85:Look back over the past, with its changing empires that rose and fell, and you can foresee the future, too. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
86:Never esteem anything as of advantage to you that will make you break your word or lose your self- respect.  ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
87:Take me and cast me where you will; I shall still be possessor of the divinity within me, serene and content. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
88:Accept whatever comes to you woven in the pattern of your destiny, for what could more aptly fit your needs?   ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
89:Gluttony and drunkenness have two evils attendant on them; they make the carcass smart, as well as the pocket. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
90:Look well into thyself, there is a source of strength which will always spring up if thou wilt always look there. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
91:Look within, for within is the wellspring of virtue, which will not cease flowing, if you cease not from digging.  ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
92:If any man despises me, that is his problem. My only concern is not doing or saying anything deserving of contempt. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
93:To understand the true quality of people, you must look into their minds, and examine their pursuits and aversions. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
94:Let your one delight and refreshment be to pass from one service to the community to another, with God ever in mind. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
95:Remember this-that there is a proper dignity and proportion to be observed in the performance of every act of life.  ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
96:How easy it is to repel and erase every impression which is troublesome or unwelcome, and immediately to be tranquil. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
97:Remember that to change your mind and follow him who sets you right is to be none the less free than you were before. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
98:Such as are your habitual thoughts, such also will be the character of your mind; for the soul is dyed by the thoughts. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
99:The cucumber is bitter? Then throw it out. There are brambles in the path? Then go around. That's all you need to know. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
100:Natural ability without education has more often raised a man to glory and virtue than education without natural ability. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
101: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, @wisdomtrove
102:Be like the cliff against which the waves continually break; but it stands firm and tames the fury of the water around it. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
103:Death, like birth, is one of nature's mysteries, the combining of primal elements and dissolving of the same into the same. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
104:A man should remove not only unnecessary acts, but also unnecessary thoughts, for then superfluous activity will not follow. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
105:When you arise in the morning, think of what a precious privilege it is to be alive - to breathe, to think, to enjoy, to love. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
106:Accept the things to which fate binds you and love the people with whom fate brings you together, and do so with all your heart. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
107:This is moral perfection: to live each day as though it were the last; to be tranquil, sincere, yet not indifferent to one's fate. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
108:... the sole thing of which any man can be deprived is the present; since this is all he owns, and nobody can lose what is not his. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
109:Reflect often upon the rapidity with which all existing things, or things coming into existence, sweep past us and are carried away. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
110:Do not act as if you were going to live ten thousand years. Death hangs over you. While you live, while it is in your power, be good. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
111:The universal order and the personal order are nothing but different expressions and manifestations of a common underlying principle. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
112:Live not as though there were a thousand years ahead of you. Fate is at your elbow; make yourself good while life and power are still yours. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
113:Doth perfect beauty stand in need of praise at all? Nay; no more than law, no more than truth, no more than loving kindness, nor than modesty. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
114:Never let the future disturb you.  You will meet it, if you have to, with the same weapons of reason which today arm you against the present.  ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
115:Nothing has such power to broaden the mind as the ability to investigate systematically and truly all that comes under thy observation in life.  ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
116:Look then at the material objects of life, and consider how trivial and short-lived they are and how often they are owned by scoundrels and thieves. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
117:How much time he gains who does not look to see what his neighbor says or does or thinks, but only at what he does himself, to make it just and holy. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
118:We are too much accustomed to attribute to a single cause that which is the product of several, and the majority of our controversies come from that. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
119:Whatever may happen to you was prepared for you from all eternity; and the implication of causes was from eternity spinning the thread of your being. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
120:Put from you the belief that &
121:Adapt yourself to the things among which your lot has been cast and love sincerely the fellow creatures with whom destiny has ordained that you shall live. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
122: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, @wisdomtrove
123:If you are pained by external things, it is not they that disturb you, but your own judgment of them. And it is in your power to wipe out that judgment now. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
124:Keep yourself simple, good, pure, serious, and unassuming; the friend of justice and godliness; kindly, affectionate, and resolute in your devotion to duty. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
125:Death&
126:Everything—a horse, a vine—is created for some duty... For what task, then, were you yourself created? A man’s true delight is to do the things he was made for. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
127:Whenever you are about to find fault with someone, ask yourself the following question: What fault of mine most nearly resembles the one I am about to criticize? ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
128:Think on this doctrine, hat reasoning beings were created for one another's sake; that to be patient is a branch of justice, and that men sin without intending it. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
129:Anything in any way beautiful derives its beauty from itself and asks nothing beyond itself. Praise is no part of it, for nothing is made worse or better by praise. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
130:If you are distressed by anything external, the pain is not due to the thing itself but to your own estimate of it; and this you have the power to revoke at any moment. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
131:He who pays no attention to what his neighbor does, says or thinks, preferring to concentrate on making his own actions appropriate and justifiable, better uses his time. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
132:Most of what we say and do is not essential. If you can eliminate it, you'll have more time, and more tranquillity. Ask yourself at every moment, &
133:But if we judge only those things which are in our power to be good or bad, there remains no reason either for finding fault with God or standing in a hostile attitude to man. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
134:The happiness and unhappiness of the rational, social animal depends not on what he feels but on what he does; just as his virtue and vice consist not in feeling but in doing.  ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
135:I have often wondered how it is that every man loves himself more than all the rest of men, but yet sets less value on his own opinions of himself than on the opinions of others. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
136:O world, I am in tune with every note of thy great harmony. For me nothing is early, nothing late, if it be timely for thee. O Nature, all that thy seasons yield is fruit for me. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
137:Observe always that everything is the result of change, and get used to thinking that there is nothing Nature loves so well as to change existing forms and make new ones like them. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
138:Forward, as occasion offers. Never look round to see whether any shall note it.  Be satisfied with success in even the smallest matter, and think that even such a result is no trifle. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
139:We ought to do good to others as simply and as naturally as a horse runs, or a bee makes honey, or a vine bears grapes season after season without thinking of the grapes it has borne. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
140:Is your cucumber bitter? Throw it away. Are there briars in your path? Turn aside. That is enough. Do not go on and ay, &
141:When you have done a good deed that another has had the benefit of, why do you need a third reward&
142:The happiness of your life depends upon the quality of your thoughts: therefore, guard accordingly, and take care that you entertain no notions unsuitable to virtue and reasonable nature. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
143:Never confuse yourself by visions of an entire lifetime at once... remember that it is not the weight of the future or the past that is pressing upon you, but ever that of the present alone. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
144:Take it that you have died today, and your life’s story is ended; and henceforward regard what future time may be given you as an uncovenanted surplus, and live it out in harmony with nature. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
145:Do not indulge in dreams of having what you have not, but reckon up the chief of the blessings you do possess, and then thankfully remember how you would crave for them if they were not yours. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
146:Treat with utmost respect your power of forming opinions, for this power alone guards you against making assumptions that are contrary to nature and judgments that overthrow the rule of reason. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
147:I'm going to be meeting with people today who talk too much - people who are selfish, egotistical, ungrateful. But I won't be surprised or disturbed, for I can't imagine a world without such people. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
148:Remember that there is a God who desires neither praise nor glory from men created in his image, but rather that they, guided by the understanding given them, should in their actions become like unto him. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
149:Because your own strength is unequal to the task, do not assume that it is beyond the powers of man; but if anything is within the powers and province of man, believe that it is within your own compass also. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
150:Observe constantly that all things take place by change, and accustom thyself to consider that the nature of the Universe loves nothing so much as to change the things which are, and to make new things like them. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
151:You always own the option of having no opinion. There is never any need to get worked up or to trouble your soul about things you can't control. These things are not asking to be judged by you. Leave them alone.  ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
152:The happiness of those who want to be popular depends on others; the happiness of those who seek pleasure fluctuates with moods outside their control; but the happiness of the wise grows out of their own free acts. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
153:Give your heart to the trade you have learnt, and draw refreshment from it. Let the rest of your days be spent as one who has whole-heartedly committed his all to the gods and is thenceforth no man's master or slave. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
154:Let it be your constant method to look into the design of people's actions, and see what they would be at, as often as it is practicable; and to make this custom the more significant, practice it first upon yourself. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
155:It is a bitter thought, how different a thing the Christianity of the world might have been, if the Christian faith had been adopted as the religion of the empire under the auspices of Marcus Aurelius instead of those of Constantine. ~ john-stuart-mill, @wisdomtrove
156:In the morning when thou risest unwillingly, let this thought be present - I am rising to the work of a human being. Why then am I dissatisfied if I am going to do the things for which I exist and for which I was brought into the world? ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
157:Since you are an integral part of a social system, let every act of yours contribute to the harmonization of social life. Any action that is not related directly or remotely to this social aim disturbs your life, and destroys your unity. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
158:If anyone can show me, and convince me, that I have acted or thought in error, I will gladly change; for I seek truth, and no one was ever injured by the truth.  But people injure themselves if they live with self- deception and ignorance. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
159:When another blames you or hates you, or people voice similar criticisms, go to their souls, penetrate inside and see what sort of people they are. You will realize that there is no need to be racked with anxiety that they should hold any particular opinion about you. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
160:All that is harmony for you, my Universe, is in harmony with me as well. Nothing that comes at the right time for you is too early or too late for me. Everything is fruit to me that your seasons bring, Nature. All things come of you, have their being in you, and return to you. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
161:Run down the list of those who felt intense anger at something: the most famous, the most unfortunate, the most hated, the most whatever: Where is all that now? Smoke, dust, legend... or not even a legend. Think of all the examples. And how trivial the things we want so passionately are. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
162:The inner master, when confronted with an obstacle, uses it as fuel, like a fire which consumes things that are thrown into it. A small lamp would be snuffed out, but a big fire will engulf what is thrown at it and burn hotter; it consumes the obstacle and uses it to reach a higher level. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
163:Observe and contemplate on the hidden things of life: how a man's seed is but the beginning, it takes others to bring it to fruition. Think how food undergoes such changes to produce health and strength. See the power of these hidden things which, like the wind cannot been seen, but its effects can be. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
164:When you need encouragement, think of the qualities the people around you have: this one's energy, that one's modesty, another's generosity, and so on. Nothing is as encouraging as when virtues are visibly embodied in the people around us, when we're practically showered with them. It's good to keep this in mind. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
165:A great estate is a great disadvantage to those who do not know how to use it, for nothing is more common than to see wealthy persons live scandalously and miserably; riches do them no service in order to virtue and happiness; therefore, 'tis precept and principle, not an estate, that makes a man good for something. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
166:In the end, what would you gain from everlasting remembrance? Absolutely nothing. So, what is left worth living for? This alone: justice in thought, goodness in action, speech that cannot deceive, and a disposition glad of whatever comes, welcoming it as necessary, as familiar, as flowing from the same source and fountain as yourself. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
167:Live a good life. If there are gods and they are just, then they will not care how devout you have been, but will welcome you based on the virtues you have lived by. If there are gods, but unjust, then you should not want to worship them. If there are no gods, then you will be gone, but will have lived a noble life that will live on in the memories of your loved ones.  ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
168:Does what's happened keep you from acting with justice, generosity, self-control, sanity, prudence, honesty, humility, straightforward ness, and all other qualities that allow a person's nature to fulfil itself? So, remember this principle when something threatens to cause you pain: the thing itself was no misfortune at all; to endure it and prevail is great good fortune. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
169:Say to yourself in the early morning: I shall meet today ungrateful, violent, treacherous, envious, uncharitable men. All of these things have come upon them through ignorance of real good and ill... I can neither be harmed by any of them, for no man will involve me in wrong, nor can I be angry with my kinsman or hate him; for we have come into the world to work together. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
170:When you are annoyed at someone's mistake, immediately look at yourself and reflect how you also fail; for example, in thinking that good equals money, or pleasure, or a bit of fame. By being mindful of this you'll quickly forget your anger, especially if you realize that the person was under stress, and could do little else. And, if you can, find a way to alleviate that stress. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
171:How can a man find a sensible way to live? One way and one only - Philosophy. And my philosophy means keeping that vital spark within you free from damage and degradation, using it to transcend pain and pleasure, doing everything with a purpose, avoiding lies and hypocrisy, not relying on another person's actions or failings. To accept everything that comes, and everything that is given, as coming from that same spiritual source. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
172:Think of all the years passed by in which you said to yourself I’ll do it tomorrow, and how the gods have again and again granted you periods of grace of which you have not availed yourself. It is time to realise that you are a member of the Universe, that you are born of Nature itself, and to know that a limit has been set to your time. Use every moment wisely, to perceive your inner refulgence, or ’twill be gone and nevermore within your reach.  ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
173:Do not fear death, but welcome it, since it too comes from nature.  For just as we are young and grow old, and flourish and reach maturity, have teeth and a beard and grey hairs, conceive, become pregnant, and bring forth new life, and all the other natural processes that follow the seasons of our existence, so also do we have death.  A thoughtful person will never take death lightly, impatiently, or scornfully, but will wait for it as one of life's natural processes.  ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
174:The universal nature has no external space; but the wondrous part of her art is that though she has circumscribed herself, everything which is within her which appears to decay and to grow old and to be useless she changes into herself, and again makes other new things from these very same, so that she requires neither substance from without nor wants a place into which she may cast that which decays. She is content then with her own space, and her own matter, and her own art. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
175:All things are linked with one another, and this oneness is sacred; there is nothing that is not interconnected with everything else.  For things are interdependent, and they combine to form this universal order.  There is only one universe made up of all things, and one creator who pervades them; there is one substance and one law, namely, common reason in all thinking creatures, and all truth is one -if, as we believe, there is only one path of perfection for all beings who share the same mind.  ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
176:The people itching for immortal fame do not see that everyone who remembers them will themselves soon die, and the next generation in its turn, until these memories, transmitted by people who foolishly admire and then die, will perish. But even if these people were immortal and your memory stayed alive forever, what does it matter to you?  What good is praise to the buried, or even the living, except for some practical use?  You reject Nature's gift today if you cling to what people may say of you tomorrow.  ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove
177:If souls survive death for all eternity, how can the heavens hold them all? Or for that matter, how can the earth hold all the bodies that have been buried in it? The answers are the same. Just as on earth, with the passage of time, decaying and transmogrified corpses make way for the newly dead, so souls released into the heavens, after a season of flight, begin to break up, burn, and be absorbed back into the womb of reason, leaving room for souls just beginning to fly. This is the answer for those who believe that souls survive death. ~ marcus-aurelius, @wisdomtrove

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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:All is as thinking makes it so ~ Marcus Aurelius,
18:Live every day as if thy last. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
19:obsequious courting of the mob ~ Marcus Aurelius,
20:Let goodness go with the doing. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
21:Live every day as if they last. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
22:Not the “not” but the “not yet. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
23:Poverty is the mother of crime. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
24:Confine yourself to the present. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
25:Each day provides its own gifts. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
26:He who eats my bread does my will. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
27:Man is born for deeds of kindness. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
28:Marcus Aurelius’s Meditations. It ~ Bernard Cornwell,
29:Poverty is the mother of crime.
   ~ Marcus Aurelius,
30:Truth and ceremony are two things. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
31:What we do now echoes in eternity. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
32:Everything is but what we think it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
33:He who eats my bread, does my will. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
34:Let no act be done without purpose. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
35:Nothing is worth doing pointlessly. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
36:refrain from all anger and passion. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
37:HE WHO ACTS UNJUSTLY ACTS IMPIOUSLY. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
38:How soon will time cover all things. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
39:Life is opinion," says Marcus Aurelius. ~ Ernst J nger,
40:Live each day as if it be your last. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
41:No one wearies of benefits received. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
42:Practice even what seems impossible. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
43:Its a dream, a fearful dream, life is ~ Marcus Aurelius,
44:Our thoughts is what our life make it ~ Marcus Aurelius,
45:That I have such a wife, so obedient, ~ Marcus Aurelius,
46:...the infallible man does not exist. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
47:Blame and praise have no true effects. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
48:Cinna wishes to seem poor, and is poor ~ Marcus Aurelius,
49:He is so rich, he has no room to shit. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
50:I consist of a little body and a soul. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
51:Live as though today is your last day. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
52:Men exist for the sake of one another. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
53:Misfortune nobly born is good fortune. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
54:Ninguém vale mais que as suas ambições ~ Marcus Aurelius,
55:Our life is what our thoughts make it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
56:The universe is flux, life is opinion. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
57:To expect an impossibility is madness. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
58:Aunque sean dos, el camino es uno sólo. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
59:Be content to seem what you really are. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
60:But that which is useful is the better. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
61:fame in a world like this is worthless. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
62:Our wills are ours, to make them Thine. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
63:To stand up straight — not straightened ~ Marcus Aurelius,
64:What we do in life ripples in eternity. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
65:Wherever a man lives, he may live well. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
66:Your life is what your thoughts make it ~ Marcus Aurelius,
67:For what is just and good is on my side. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
68:It is royal to do good and to be abused. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
69:Self reliance, always. And cheerfulness. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
70:The best revenge is not to be like that. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
71:All things fade and quickly turn to myth. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
72:Death, like birth, is a secret of Nature. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
73:Give yourself a gift: the present moment. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
74:Submit to the fate of your own free will. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
75:The best revenge is not to do as they do. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
76:A man should be upright, not kept upright. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
77:Without a purpose, nothing should be done. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
78:Do not be wise in words - be wise in deeds. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
79:The gods sustain and guide all their works. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
80:The intelligence of the universe is social. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
81:To be free of passion and yet full of love. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
82:He is a true fugitive who flies from reason. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
83:The act of dying is one of the acts of life. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
84:Where a man can live, he can also live well. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
85:All men die, but that not all men die whining ~ Marcus Aurelius,
86:..a man cannot lose a thing if he has it not. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
87:A man should be upright, not be kept upright. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
88:A man's life is what his thoughts make of it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
89:Enter others' minds and let them enter yours. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
90:Give full attention and devotion to each act. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
91:he may not be profound, he is always sincere. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
92:Leave other people's mistakes where they lie. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
93:My true Self is free. I cannot be contained. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
94:Nothing is evil which is according to nature. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
95:Our life is a warfare, and a mere pilgrimage. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
96:The universe is change, and life mere opinion ~ Marcus Aurelius,
97:Dig within. There lies the wellspring of good. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
98:Everything is interwoven, and the web is holy. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
99:Everything that happens, happens as it should. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
100:Nature insists on whatever benefits the whole. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
101:No man is happy who does not think himself so. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
102:No thefts of free will reported.”[—Epictetus.] ~ Marcus Aurelius,
103:The best revenge is not to be like your enemy. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
104:The universe is in change, life is an opinion. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
105:Thou art a little soul bearing about a corpse, ~ Marcus Aurelius,
106:Thou art a little soul bearing about a corpse. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
107:To refrain from imitation is the best revenge. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
108:You can live here as you expect to live there. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
109:All is ephemeral - fame and the famous as well. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
110:A man's worth is no greater than his ambitions. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
111:A person's life is what their thoughts make it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
112:Let every action aim solely at the common good. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
113:Poverty is the mother of crime. —MARCUS AURELIUS ~ Marion Chesney,
114:…praise does not make anything better or worse. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
115:To live happily is an inward power of the soul. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
116:All that is from the gods is full of Providence. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
117:A man's worth is no greater than his ambitions. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
118:Life is a stranger's sojourn, a night at an inn. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
119:Marcus Aurelius approvingly quotes this advice. ~ William B Irvine,
120:Reverence the gods, and help men. Short is life. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
121:The universe is transformation: life is opinion. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
122:The universe is transformation; life is opinion. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
123:To enter others’ minds and let them enter yours. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
124:To run straight for the finish line, unswerving. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
125:Your life is an expression of all your thoughts. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
126:A man is a little soul carrying around a courpse. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
127:Ask yourself at every moment, 'Is this necessary? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
128:Be tolerant with others and strict with yourself. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
129:He does not write at all whose poems no man reads ~ Marcus Aurelius,
130:Kingship: to earn a bad reputation by good deeds. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
131:The nature of the All moved to make the universe. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
132:The world is mere change, and this life, opinion. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
133:Throw away thy books. No longer distract thyself. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
134:A man's happiness,-to do the things proper to man. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
135:A Man's life is dyed the color of his imagination. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
136:A man's worth is no greater than his ambitions.
   ~ Marcus Aurelius,
137:Choose not to be harmed—and you won’t feel harmed. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
138:Do every act of your life as if it were your last. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
139:Do not act as if you had a thousand years to live. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
140:Do unsavory armpits and bad breath make you angry? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
141:Love the people with whom fate brings you together ~ Marcus Aurelius,
142:Receive without conceit, release without struggle. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
143:that to expect bad men not to do wrong is madness, ~ Marcus Aurelius,
144:This world is mere change, and this life, opinion. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
145:Throw away thy books. No longer distract thyself. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
146:A good disposition is invincible, if it be genuine. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
147:Because other people are fools, must you be so too? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
148:Both happiness and unhappiness depend on perception ~ Marcus Aurelius,
149:Every instant of time... is a pinprick of eternity. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
150:in the ways of Nature there is no evil to be found. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
151:Is an emerald suddenly flawed if no one admires it? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
152:While you live, while it is in your power, be good. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
153:A little wisp of soul carrying a corpse.”—Epictetus. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
154:A man must stand erect, not be kept erect by others. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
155:Death smiles at us all; all we can do is smile back. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
156:Ons leven is slechts wat onze gedachten ervan maken. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
157:Other people’s mistakes? Leave them to their makers. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
158:Our life is what our thoughts make it. —MARCUS AURELIUS ~ Deena Kastor,
159:Wait for it patiently—annihilation or metamorphosis. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
160:What is not good for the hive is no good for the bee ~ Marcus Aurelius,
161:whilst yet thou livest, whilst thou mayest, be good. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
162:It is the act of a madman to pursue impossibilities . ~ Marcus Aurelius,
163:The man who has a house everywhere has a home nowhere ~ Marcus Aurelius,
164:The soul becomes dyed with the color of its thoughts. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
165:things: and the vanity of praise, and the inconstancy ~ Marcus Aurelius,
166:What doesn't transmit light creates its own darkness. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
167:A lucky chance is constant in nothing but inconstancy. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
168:En tu mano está reavivar continuamente su llama. Puedo ~ Marcus Aurelius,
169:...in the ways of Nature there is no evil to be found. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
170:La mejor forma de defenderte, es no parecerte al ellos ~ Marcus Aurelius,
171:Leave the wrong done by another where the wrong arose. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
172:Not to be offended with other men's liberty of speech, ~ Marcus Aurelius,
173:The art of living is more like wrestling than dancing. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
174:The soul becomes dyed with the colour of its thoughts. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
175:The universe is change; life is your perception of it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
176:Though you break your heart, men will go on as before. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
177:Death smiles at us all, all a man can do is smile back. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
178:Love only what befalls you and is spun for you by fate. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
179:The main thing we were made for is to work with others. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
180:The soul becomes dyed with the colours of its thoughts. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
181:What is not good for the swarm is not good for the bee. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
182:After all, what does fame everlasting mean? Mere vanity. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
183:All that exists is the seed of what will emerge from it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
184:Does the emerald lose its beauty for lack of admiration? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
185:For outward show is a wonderful perverter of the reason. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
186:Glory arrives too late when it comes only to one's ashes ~ Marcus Aurelius,
187:I search after truth, by which man never yet was harmed. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
188:Life is a campaign, a brief staying in a strange region. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
189:Limit time to the present. Meditate upon your last hour. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
190:Look to nothing, not even for a moment except to reason. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
191:Nothing that goes on in anyone else's mind can harm you. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
192:Nothing that goes on in anyone else’s mind can harm you. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
193:Observe constantly that all things take place by change. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
194:To the wise, life is a problem; to the fool, a solution. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
195:What does not benefit the hive is no benefit to the bee. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
196:Your task is to stand straight; not to be held straight. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
197:A man's true delight is to do the things he was made for. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
198:And I observed that he had overcome all passion for boys; ~ Marcus Aurelius,
199:Anywhere you can lead your life, you can lead a good one. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
200:A poor soul burdened with a corpse,' Epictetus calls you. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
201:Don't let your imagination be crushed by life as a whole. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
202:It is the duty of men to love even those who injure them. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
203:No lo hagas, si no conviene; no lo digas si no es verdad. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
204:Nothing befalls any man which he is not fitted to endure. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
205:Remember that very little is needed to make a happy life. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
206:A person's life is dyed with the color of his imagination. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
207:Manusia mampu melakukan semua yang Tuhan ingin ia lakukan. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
208:No matter what anyone says or does, my task is to be good. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
209:our own worth is measured by what we devote our energy to. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
210:Stick to what's in front of you - idea, action, utterance. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
211:The best kind of revenge is, not to become like unto them. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
212:The memory of everything is very soon overwhelmed in time. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
213:The most complete revenge is not to imitate the aggressor. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
214:The one thing worth living for is to keep one's soul pure. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
215:There is nothing more shameful than perfidious friendship. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
216:As for thy thirst after books, away with it with all speed. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
217:Consider how quickly all things are dissolved and resolved: ~ Marcus Aurelius,
218:It is man's peculiar duty to love even those who wrong him. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
219:No random actions, none not based on underlying principles. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
220:Tire not being useful to thyself by being useful to others. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
221:You have to assemble your life yourself - action by action. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
222:A man’s worth is no greater than the worth of his ambitions. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
223:A person's worth is measured by the worth of what he values. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
224:At best suffer patiently, if thou canst not suffer joyously. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
225:Do not suffer a sudden impression to overbear your judgment. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
226:Each of us needs what nature gives us, when nature gives us. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
227:Happiness is no other than soundness and perfection of mind. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
228:He blind, who cannot see with the eyes of his understanding. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
229:Infinity is a fathomless gulf, into which all things vanish. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
230:It is satisfaction to a man to do the proper works of a man. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
231:philosophy of Marcus Aurelius and some of the work of Seneca. ~ Robin S Sharma,
232:So much worse are the consequences of anger than its causes. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
233:The man who has done good does not cry it through the world. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
234:Your character is simply the sum of your thoughts over time. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
235:All is ephemeral, both what remembers and what is remembered. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
236:A man does not sin by commission only, but often by omission. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
237:If it doesn't harm your character, how can it harm your life? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
238:Love the discipline you know, and let it support you. Entrust ~ Marcus Aurelius,
239:Nothing befalls a man except what is in his nature to endure. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
240:Reject your sense of injury and the injury itself disappears. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
241:There is no misfortune, but to bear it nobly is good fortune. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
242:The world is nothing but change. Our life is only perception. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
243:The world is nothing but change, our life is only perception. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
244:Waste no more time arguing that a good man should be. Be one. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
245:Waste no more time arguing what a good man should be. Be one. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
246:Welcome every experience the looms of fate may weave for you. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
247:Do not act as if you had a thousand years to live,” Marcus Aurelius ~ Og Mandino,
248:Give up your thirst for books so that you do not die a grouch. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
249:Neither worse then or better is a thing made by being praised. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
250:our own worth is measured by what we devote our energy to.  4. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
251:Reject your sense of injury, and the injury itself disappears. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
252:Snow endures but for a season, and joy comes with the morning. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
253:Stop talking about what the good man is like, and just be one. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
254:Stupidity is expecting figs in winter, or children in old age. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
255:The best revenge is to be unlike him who performed the injury. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
256:The things you think about determine the quality of your mind. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
257:The universe is change; our life is what our thoughts make it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
258:Whatever is not of use to the swarm, is not of use to the bee. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
259:And yet, after all, what is posthumous fame? Altogether vanity. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
260:Give up your thirst for books, so that you do not die a grouch. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
261:Neither worse then nor better is a thing made by being praised. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
262:Remember this, that very little is needed to make a happy life. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
263:Things that have a common quality ever quickly seek their kind. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
264:Tranquility is nothing else than the good ordering of the mind. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
265:You are but an impression, and not at all what you seem to be'. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
266:You should banish any thoughts of how you may appear to others. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
267:A man’s worth is no greater than his ambitions.” —Marcus Aurelius ~ Hourly History,
268:By a tranquil mind I mean nothing else than a mind well ordered. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
269:Even the least of our activities ought to have some end in view. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
270:Give up your thirst for books, so that you do not die a grouch. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
271:I cannot comprehend how any man can want anything but the truth. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
272:Loss is nothing else but change, and change is Nature's delight. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
273:No more roundabout discussions of what makes a good man. Be one! ~ Marcus Aurelius,
274:no renuncies a ser libre, decente, comunitario, dócil ante dios. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
275:The constant recollection of death is the test of human conduct. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
276:“The soul becomes dyed with the color of its thoughts.” ~ ~ Marcus Aurelius #soul,
277:tranquillity is nothing else than the good ordering of the mind. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
278:Whatever time you choose is the right time. Not late, not early. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
279:As Marcus Aurelius taught us, “What stands in the way becomes the way. ~ Bren Brown,
280:Auf die Dauer der Zeit nimmt die Seele die Farbe der Gedanken an. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
281:be not either a man of many words, or busy about too many things. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
282:Consider that everything is opinion, and opinion is in thy power. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
283:Don't go on discussing what a good person should be. Just be one. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
284:Frequently consider the connection of all things in the universe. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
285:He that lives alone lives in danger; society avoids many dangers. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
286:If it is not right do not do it; if it is not true do not say it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
287:Life is neither good or evil, but only a place for good and evil. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
288:Praise adds nothing to beauty--makes it neither better nor worse. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
289:Remember how long thou hast already put off these things, and how ~ Marcus Aurelius,
290:Te embarcaste, hiciste el viaje, llegaste al puerto: ¡desembarca! ~ Marcus Aurelius,
291:The best kind of revenge is, not to become like unto them.' There ~ Marcus Aurelius,
292:The noblest kind of retribution is not to become like your enemy. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
293:To love only what happens, what was destined. No greater harmony. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
294:Tomorrow is nothing, today is too late; the good lived yesterday. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
295:To stop talking about what the good man is like, and just be one. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
296:Depart then satisfied, for he also who releases thee is satisfied. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
297:Don't go on discussing what a good person should be. Just be one. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
298:(Is it a sign of self-respect to regret nearly everything you do?) ~ Marcus Aurelius,
299:The best sort of revenue is not to be like him who did the injury. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
300:To accept it without arrogance, to let it go with
indifference. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
301:To enter into the soul of each and allow each to enter into thine. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
302:Haga o diga alguien lo que quiera, obligado estoy a ser bueno. Como ~ Marcus Aurelius,
303:If it is not right, do not do it: if it is not true, do not say it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
304:Nothing happens to any man that he is not formed by nature to bear. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
305:Our life is what our thoughts make it. —Marcus Aurelius, Meditations ~ Ellen J Langer,
306:That which comes after ever conforms to that which has gone before. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
307:The art of living is more like wrestling than dancing. —Marcus Aurelius ~ Susan Wiggs,
308:The rottenness of the matter which is the foundation of everything! ~ Marcus Aurelius,
309:The sexual embrace can only be compared with music and with prayer. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
310:The wise man sees in the misfortune of others what he should avoid. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
311:Waste no more time arguing about what a good man should be. Be one. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
312:Whatever anyone does or says, I must be emerald and keep my colour. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
313:All things from eternity are of like forms and come round in circle. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
314:Await with calm the moment of extinction or perhaps of displacement. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
315:For it is in your power to retire into yourself whenever you choose. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
316:If it is not right do not do it; if it is not true do not say it.
   ~ Marcus Aurelius,
317:It can ruin your life only if it ruins your character. —MARCUS AURELIUS ~ Ryan Holiday,
318:Let the god that is within you be the champion of the being you are. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
319:Nothing happens to anybody which he is not fitted by nature to bear. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
320:Nothing happens to any man which he is not formed by nature to bear. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
321:Nothing is more scandalous than a man that is proud of his humility. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
322:Our life is what our thoughts make it.” —Marcus Aurelius, Meditations ~ Susan Meissner,
323:That which is not good for the bee-hive, cannot be good for the bee. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
324:That which is not good for the bee-hive cannot be good for the bees. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
325:The nearer a man comes to a calm mind, the closer he is to strength. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
326:The true worth of a man is to be measured by the objects he pursues. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
327:The universe is a single life comprising one substance and one soul. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
328:The whole universe is change and life itself is but what you deem it ~ Marcus Aurelius,
329:This thou must always bear in mind, what is the nature of the whole. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
330:What we cannot bear removes us from life; what remains can be borne. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
331:Why should we feel anger at the world? As if the world would notice? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
332:Can it be that change terrifies thee? But nothing is done without it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
333:Despise not death, but welcome it, for nature wills it like all else. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
334:Everything that exists is in a manner the seed of that which will be. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
335:goodness—what defines a good person. Keep to it in everything you do. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
336:If thou canst see sharp, look and judge wisely, says the philosopher. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
337:It is a sin to persue pleasure as a good and to avoid pain as a evil. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
338:That which is not good for the swarm, neither is it good for the bee. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
339:The happiness of your life depends upon the quality of your thoughts. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
340:The whole universe is change and life itself is but what you deem it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
341:This thou must always bear in mind, what is the nature of the whole, ~ Marcus Aurelius,
342:All things from eternity are of like forms and come round in a circle. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
343:Death hangs over thee, While thou still live, while thou may, do good. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
344:Jangan pernah menyakiti orang lain dengan perbuatan mau pun kata-kata. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
345:Look deeply. Don't miss the inherent quality and value of everything. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
346:Look inward. Don’t let the true nature or value of anything elude you. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
347:The best way of avenging thyself is not to become like the wrong-doer. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
348:The body of an actor can be either his best friend or his worst enemy. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
349:The secret of all victory lies in the organization of the non-obvious. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
350:The whole Universe is change, and life itself is but what you deem it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
351:The world is a living being - one nature, one soul. Keep that in mind. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
352:De beste manier om je op iemand te wreken, is niet te worden zoals hij. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
353:It is not right to vex ourselves at things, for they care not about it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
354:It were well to die if there be gods, and sad to live if there be none. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
355:Life is a warfare and a stranger's sojourn, and after fame is oblivion. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
356:Remember: philosophy requires
only what your nature already demands. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
357:This is enough. Do not add, And why were such things made in the world? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
358:Vex not thy spirit at the course of things, they heed not thy vexations ~ Marcus Aurelius,
359:vex not thy spirit at the course of things,they not heed thy vexations. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
360:You are a little soul bearing about a corpse, as Epictetus used to say. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
361:And why should we feel anger at the world? As if the world would notice! ~ Marcus Aurelius,
362:For any particular thing, ask: What is it in itself? What is its nature? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
363:He who lives in harmony with himself lives in harmony with the universe. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
364:Hipócrates[207], tras sanar muchas enfermedades, enfermó él y murió. Los ~ Marcus Aurelius,
365:How much more damage anger and grief do than the things that cause them. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
366:If souls continue to exist, how does the air contain them from eternity? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
367:Love the little trade which thou hast learned, and be content therewith. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
368:Men exist for each other. Then either improve them, or put up with them. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
369:Swiftly the remembrance of all things is buried in the gulf of eternity. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
370:The freedom to do only what God wants, and accept whatever God sends us. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
371:The lot assigned to every man is suited to him, and suits him to itself. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
372:Whatever may happen to thee, it was prepared for thee from all eternity. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
373:When pain is unbearable it destroys us; when it does not it is bearable. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
374:You are a little soul carrying about a corpse, as Epictetus used to say. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
375:Be not careless in deeds, nor confused in words, nor rambling in thought. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
376:Be satisfied with your business, and learn to love what you were bred to. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
377:Disgraceful: for the soul to give up when the body is still going strong. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
378:Does a man offend your pride? Remember he will be dead soon, as will you. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
379:Men are born for each other's sake, so either teach people or endure them ~ Marcus Aurelius,
380:Men exist for the sake of one another. Teach them then or bear with them. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
381:Short is the little which remains to thee in life. Live as on a mountain. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
382:Short is the little which remains to thee of life. Live as on a mountain. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
383:The pride which is proud of want of pride is the most intolerable of all. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
384:Whatever happens to every man, this is for the interest of the universal: ~ Marcus Aurelius,
385:All of us are creatures of a day; the rememberer and the remembered alike. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
386:Find time still to be learning somewhat good, and give up being desultory. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
387:»Hay que soportar el viento de los dioses / y sus trabajos sin queja«[357] ~ Marcus Aurelius,
388:If the gods care not for me and for my children, There is a reason for it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
389:III. Hippocrates having cured many sicknesses, fell sick himself and died. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
390:Let men see, let them know, a real man, who lives as he was meant to live. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
391:...life is a warfare and a stranger's sojourn, and after-fame is oblivion. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
392:Receive wealth or prosperity without arrogance; and be ready to let it go. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
393:Sexual ecstasy is like death. It is one of the secrets of nature’s wisdom. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
394:Take away the complaint, 'I have been harmed,' and the harm is taken away. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
395:The man who doesn't know what the universe is doesn't know where he lives. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
396:You must become an old man in good time if you wish to be an old man long. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
397:A little flesh, a little breath, and a Reason to rule all - that is myself. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
398:A little flesh, a little breath, and a Reason to rule all – that is myself. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
399:Do every act of your life as though it were the very last act of your life. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
400:Give your heart to the trade you have learnt, and draw refreshment from it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
401:How much more grievous are the consequences of anger than the causes of it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
402:Let not your mind run on what you lack as much as on what you have already. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
403:Some things are hurrying into existence, and others are hurrying out of it; ~ Marcus Aurelius,
404:Death hangs over thee. While thou livest, while it is in thy power, be good. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
405:Does a man shrink from change? Why, what can come into being save by change? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
406:Do every act of your life as though it were the very last act of your life. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
407:Está cerca que tú te olvides de todo y también lo está que todos te olviden. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
408:Every man is worth just so much as the things about which he busies himself. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
409:I am an old man and have had many worries, but most have never come to pass. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
410:I, who have never willfully pained another, have no business to pain myself. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
411:When thou art above measure angry, bethink thee how momentary is man's life. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
412:How many together with whom I came into the world are already gone out of it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
413:I do not regard a man as poor, if the little which remains is enough for him. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
414:..Is this what I was created for? To huddle under the blankets and stay warm? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
415:It is a shameful thing for the soul to faint while the body still perseveres. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
416:No difference between here and there: the city that you live in is the world. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
417:Expel thy desires and fears and there shall be no longer any tyrant over thee. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
418:In an expression of true gratitude, sadness is conspicuous only by its absence ~ Marcus Aurelius,
419:It is no use being in a rage against things, that makes no difference to them. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
420:Look deep into the hearts of men, and see what delights and disgusts the wise. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
421:Medita en los principios rectores de otros[260], de qué huyen y qué persiguen. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
422:Never act without purpose and resolve, or without the means to finish the job. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
423:Nothing can come out of nothing, any more than a thing can go back to nothing. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
424:Nowhere can man find a quieter or more untroubled retreat than in his own soul ~ Marcus Aurelius,
425:Of all existing things some are in our power, and others are not in our power. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
426:The blazing fire makes flames and brightness out of everything thrown into it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
427:The only wealth which you will keep forever is the wealth you have given away. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
428:with how little he was satisfied, such as lodging, bed, dress, food, servants; ~ Marcus Aurelius,
429:You are a spirit, bearing the weight of a dead body, as Epictetus used to say. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
430:Body. Soul. Mind. Sensations: the body. Desires: the soul. Reasoning: the mind. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
431:Learn to ask of all actions, “Why are they doing that?” Starting with your own. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
432:Nicht den Tod sollte man fürchten, sondern daß man nie beginnen wird, zu leben. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
433:Nowhere can man find a quieter or more untroubled retreat than in his own soul. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
434:Practice really hearing what people say. Do your best to get inside their mind. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
435:Studying philosophy instills modesty and straightforwardness in your character. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
436:To him they are only sectaries ‘violently and passionately set upon opposition. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
437:Withdraw to the untroubled quietude deep within the soul, and refresh yourself. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
438:Everything is ephemeral, both that which remembers and that which is remembered. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
439:For it is according to nature, and nothing is evil which is according to nature. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
440:FROM MY GRANDFATHER VERUS I LEARNED GOOD MORALS AND THE government of my temper. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
441:How ridiculous and how strange to be surprised at anything which happens in life ~ Marcus Aurelius,
442:Human society is a single organism, like an individual human body or a tree. But ~ Marcus Aurelius,
443:If I and my two children cannot move the gods, the gods must have their reasons. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
444:No form of nature is inferior to art; for the arts merely imitate natural forms. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
445:Practice really hearing what people say. Do your best to get inside their minds. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
446:Remind oneself continually of one of those who practiced virtue in days gone by. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
447:There’s nothing more insufferable than people who boast about their own humility ~ Marcus Aurelius,
448:Bear in mind that the measure of a man is the worth of the things he cares about. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
449:Change your attitude to the things that bother you and you will be aware of them. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
450:Dwell on the beauty of life. Watch the stars, and see yourself running with them. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
451:Each thing is of like form from everlasting and comes round again in its cycle... ~ Marcus Aurelius,
452:If you seek tranquillity, do less.” Or (more accurately) do what’s essential—what ~ Marcus Aurelius,
453:Nature in no case cometh short of art, for the arts are copiers of natural forms. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
454:The impediment to action advances action. What stands in the way becomes the way. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
455:We shrink from change; yet is there anything that can come into being without it? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
456:You could leave life right now. Let that determine what you do and say and think. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
457:All men are made one for another: either then teach them better or bear with them. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
458:And he cares nothing for their praise—men who can’t even meet their own standards. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
459:Give thyself time to learn something new and good, and cease to be whirled around. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
460:If any man has done wrong, the harm is his own. But perhaps he has not done wrong. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
461:Man must be arched and buttressed from within, else the temple wavers to the dust. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
462:Nothing proceeds from nothingness, as also nothing passes away into non-existence. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
463:on every occasion a man should ask himself, Is this one of the unnecessary things? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
464:Receive the gifts of fortune without pride, and part with them without reluctance. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
465:The stream of tendency in which all things seek to fulfill the law of their being. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
466:Wherever you go, there you are—the same person, with the same patterns of thought. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
467:A rational nature admits of nothing but what is serviceable to the rest of mankind. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
468:If you don’t have a consistent goal in life, you can’t live it in a consistent way. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
469:It is crazy to want what is impossible. And impossible for the wicked not to do so. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
470:It is not death that a man should fear, but he should fear never beginning to live. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
471:It isn't ceasing to live that [I'm] afraid of but never beginning to live properly. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
472:It isn't ceasing to live that [I'm] afraid of but never beginning to live properlyز ~ Marcus Aurelius,
473:Let thine occupations be few, saith the sage, if thou wouldst lead a tranquil life. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
474:My city and my country, as I am Antoninus, is Rome; as I am a man, it is the world. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
475:Not to be overwhelmed by what you imagine, but just do what you can and should. And ~ Marcus Aurelius,
476:Occupy thyself with few things, says the philosopher, if thou wouldst be tranquil.- ~ Marcus Aurelius,
477:See unceasingly the enchainment, the mutual solidarity of all things and all beings ~ Marcus Aurelius,
478:Soon you will have forgotten the world, and soon the world will have forgotten you. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
479:Take care that you entertain no notions unsuitable to virtue and reasonable nature. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
480:Thou art a little soul bearing about a corpse, as Epictetus used to say (I. C. 19). ~ Marcus Aurelius,
481:As for literature, thefts cannot harm it, while the lapse of ages augments its value ~ Marcus Aurelius,
482:Don’t be anxious. Nature controls it all. And before long you’ll be no one, nowhere. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
483:Everything is only for a day, both that which remembers and that which is remembered ~ Marcus Aurelius,
484:He was taught to dress plainly and to live simply, to avoid all softness and luxury. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
485:No longer talk at all about the kind of man that a good man ought to be, but be such ~ Marcus Aurelius,
486:No matter what anyone says or does, my task is to be emerald, my color undiminished. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
487:Objective judgment … Unselfish action … Willing acceptance … of all external events. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
488:There is nothing happens to any person but what was in his power to go through with. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
489:Thou who hast been set in thy station of man to aid by all means the common interest ~ Marcus Aurelius,
490:Waste no more time arguing about what a good man should be. Be one. —MARCUS AURELIUS ~ Anthony Robbins,
491:Change: nothing inherently bad in the process, nothing inherently good in the result. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
492:Every living organism is fulfilled when it follows the right path for its own nature. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
493:Everything is only for a day, both that which remembers and that which is remembered. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
494:Failing to understand the workings of one's own mind is bound to lead to unhappiness. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
495:That no one could ever have felt patronized by him—or in a position to patronize him. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
496:Alexander the Great and his mule driver both died and the same thing happened to both. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
497:All things fade into the storied past, and in a little while are shrouded in oblivion. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
498:Blot out vain pomp; check impulse; quench appetite; keep reason under its own control. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
499:If unwilling to rise in the morning, say to thyself, ‘I awake to do the work of a man. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
500:Live not one's life as though one had a thousand years, but live each day as the last. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
501:Soon, you will have forgotten everything.
Soon, everybody will have forgotten you. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
502:The secret of all victory lies in the organization of the nonobvious. —MARCUS AURELIUS ~ Anthony Robbins,
503:The world is maintained by change—in the elements and in the things they compose. That ~ Marcus Aurelius,
504:All that happens is as usual and familiar as the rose in spring and the crop in summer. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
505:Always bear this in mind, that very little indeed is necessary for living a happy life. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
506:If unwilling to rise in the morning, say to thyself, 'I awake to do the work of a man.' ~ Marcus Aurelius,
507:If within the power of another, whom do you blame—atoms or gods? To do either is folly. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
508:Light may earth's crumbling sand be laid on thee, that dogs may dig thy bones up easily ~ Marcus Aurelius,
509:Marcus Aurelius once said that a person’s life is “dyed with the color of his imagination. ~ Sean Patrick,
510:el no dejarme regir, ni aun en las cosas mínimas, por otros principios que por la razón; ~ Marcus Aurelius,
511:forzoso que sean infelices quienes no siguen de cerca los movimientos de su propia alma. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
512:Get rid of the judgement ... get rid of the 'I am hurt,' you are rid of the hurt itself. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
513:I seek the truth...it is only persistence in self-delusion and ignorance that does harm. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
514:Perhaps there are none more lazy, or more truly ignorant, than your everlasting readers. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
515:This that I am, whatever it be, is mere flesh and a little breath and the ruling Reason. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
516:All things change, and you yourself are constantly wasting away. So also is the universe. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
517:All those [events in history] were such dramas as we see now, only with different actors. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
518:And he who pursues pleasure will not abstain from injustice, and this is plainly impiety. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
519:every man is worth just so much as the things are worth about which he busies himself. In ~ Marcus Aurelius,
520:every man is worth   just so much as the things are worth about which he busies himself.  ~ Marcus Aurelius,
521:everything which belongs to the body is a stream, and what belongs to the soul is a dream ~ Marcus Aurelius,
522:How much time he saves who does not look to see what his neighbor says or does or thinks. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
523:It is a disgrace to let ignorance and vanity do more with us than prudence and principle. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
524:Live out your life in truth and justice, tolerant of those who are neither true nor just. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
525:The opinion of 10,000 men is of no value if none of them know anything about the subject. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
526:The passing minute is every man's equal possession but what has once gone by is not ours. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
527:Waste no more time talking about great souls and how they should be, become one yourself! ~ Marcus Aurelius,
528:When men are inhuman, take care not to feel towards them as they do towards other humans. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
529:And indeed he who pursues pleasure as good, and avoids pain as evil, is guilty of impiety. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
530:Anger and the sorrow it produces are far more harmful than the things which make us angry. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
531:Choose not to be harmed and you won't feel harmed. Don't feel harmed and you haven't been. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
532:Choose not to be harmed—and you won’t feel harmed. Don’t feel harmed—and you haven’t been. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
533:It doesn't hurt me unless I interpret its happening as harmful to me. I can choose not to. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
534:It is not death that a man should fear, but rather he should fear never beginning to live. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
535:Past and future have no power over you. Just the present - and even that can be minimized. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
536:Remember that the sole life which a man can lose is that which he is living at the moment. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
537:The thing itself was no misfortune at all; to endure it and prevail is great good fortune. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
538:What am I but a little flesh, a little breath, and the thinking part that rules the whole? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
539:You have a mind? —Yes. Well, why not use it? Isn’t that all you want—for it to do its job? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
540:How ridiculous and what a stranger he is who is surprised at anything that happens in life. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
541:It is in your own power to maintain the beauty of your soul, or to be a decent human being. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
542:Look beneath the surface; let not the several quality of a thing nor its worth escape thee. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
543:Not to be offended with other men's liberty of speech, and to apply myself unto philosophy. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
544:Put an end once and for all to this discussion of what a good person should be, and be one. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
545:To no man make yourself a boon companion: Your joy will be less but less will be your grief ~ Marcus Aurelius,
546:Acuérdate de esto y de lo siguiente, que de poquísimas cosas depende tener una vida feliz. Y ~ Marcus Aurelius,
547:Be content with what you are, and wish not change; nor dread your last day, nor long for it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
548:Disgraceful if, in this life where your body does not fail, your soul should fail you first. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
549:For in those things that properly belong
unto the mind, she cannot be hindered by any man ~ Marcus Aurelius,
550:How ridiculous and what a stranger he is who is surprised at anything which happens in life. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
551:How rotten and spurious is the man who says: “I have decided to be straightforward with you. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
552:I have no right to do myself an injury. Have I ever injured anyone else if I could avoid it? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
553:People who love what they do wear themselves down doing it, they even forget to wash or eat. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
554:To a rational being it is the same thing to act according to nature and according to reason. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
555:Try to live the life of the good man who is more than content with what is allocated to him. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
556:7. Choose not to be harmed—and you won’t feel harmed. Don’t feel harmed—and you haven’t been. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
557:Art thou angry with him whose armpits stink? Art thou angry with him whose mouth smells foul? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
558:Because a thing seems difficult for you, do not think it impossible for anyone to accomplish. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
559:Because your own strength is unequal to a task, do not assume it is beyond the powers of man. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
560:For all things fade and turn to fable, and quickly too, utter oblivion covers them like sand. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
561:How ridiculous and unrealistic is the man who is astonished at anything that happens in life. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
562:Nowhere you can go is more peaceful—more free of interruptions—than your own soul. Especially ~ Marcus Aurelius,
563:Reverence: so you’ll accept what you’re allotted. Nature intended it for you, and you for it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
564:So other people hurt me? That’s their problem. Their character and actions are not mine. What ~ Marcus Aurelius,
565:That which isn’t good for the hive, isn’t good for the bee.” —MARCUS AURELIUS, MEDITATIONS, 6.54 ~ Ryan Holiday,
566:To follow the logos in all things is to be relaxed and energetic, joyful and serious at once. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
567:Whatever happens at all happens as it should; you will find this true, if you watch narrowly. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
568:You have power over your mind - not outside events. Realize this, and you will find strength. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
569:And thou wilt give thyself relief, if thou doest every act of thy life as if it were the last, ~ Marcus Aurelius,
570:And thou wilt give thyself relief, if thou doest every act of thy life as if it were the last. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
571:Dig inside. Inside is the fountain of good, and it will forever flow, if you will forever dig. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
572:In a sense, people are our proper occupation. Our job is to do them good and put up with them. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
573:It is a shame when the soul is first to give way in this life, and the body does not give way. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
574:Look within. Within is the fountain of good, and it will ever bubble up, if you will ever dig. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
575:Remember that all things are only opinion and that it is in your power to think as you please. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
576:Remember this, that very little is needed to make a happy life.’ Marcus Aurelius said that. ~ Brittainy C Cherry,
577:Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius (one of the doer-Stoic authors), “fire feeds on obstacles. ~ Nassim Nicholas Taleb,
578:This thing, what is it in itself, in its own constitution? What is its substance and material? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
579:Very little is needed to make a happy life; it is all within yourself in your way of thinking. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
580:You have power over your mind—not outside events. Realize this, and you will find strength.” ~ ~ Marcus Aurelius,
581:And to behave in a conciliatory way when people who have angered or annoyed us want to make up. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
582:Look within. Within is the fountain of good, and it will ever bubble up, if thou wilt ever dig. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
583:Marcus Aurelius, the great Roman Emperor, said: “A man’s life is what his thoughts make of it. ~ Earl Nightingale,
584:Not to be offended with other men's liberty of speech, and to apply myself unto philosophy. Him ~ Marcus Aurelius,
585:Think of yourself as dead. You have lived your life. Now take what's left and live it properly. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
586:Think of yourself as dead. You have lived your life. Now take what’s left and live it properly. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
587:Very little is needed to make a happy life; it is all within yourself, in your way of thinking. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
588:17. To pursue the unattainable is insanity, yet the thoughtless can never refrain from doing so. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
589:A wrongdoer is often a man who has left something undone, not always one who has done something. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
590:Everything we hear is an opinion, not a fact. Everything we see is a perspective, not the truth. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
591:Manage all your actions, words, and thoughts accordingly, since you may at any moment quit life. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
592:Many lumps of incense on the same altar. One crumbles now, one later, but it makes no difference ~ Marcus Aurelius,
593:Perfection of character: to live your last day, every day, without frenzy, or sloth, or pretense ~ Marcus Aurelius,
594:The controlling Intelligence understands its own nature, and what it does, and whereon it works. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
595:Thou hast always a refuge in thyself...There be free and look at all things with a fearless eye. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
596:Thou sufferest justly: for thou choosest rather to become good to-morrow than to be good to-day. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
597:To undertake nothing: i. at random or without a purpose; ii. for any reason but the common good. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
598:Your mind will take on the character of your most frequent thoughts: souls are dyed by thoughts. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
599:External things are not the problem. It's your assessment of them. Which you can erase right now. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
600:How many of them who came into the world at the same time when I did, are already gone out of it? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
601:It is a shame for the soul to be first to give way in this life, when thy body does not give way. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
602:Perfection of character: to live your last day, every day, without frenzy, or sloth, or pretense. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
603:Remember, nothing belongs to you but your flesh and blood—and nothing else is under your control. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
604:Search men's governing principles, and consider the wise, what they shun and what they cleave to. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
605:The longest-lived and the shortest-lived man, when they come to die, lose one and the same thing. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
606:Whoever values peace of mind and the health of the soul will live the best of all possible lives. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
607:Why all this guesswork? You can see what needs to be
done. If you can see the road, follow it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
608:He poor, that stands in need of another, and hath not in himself all things needful for this life. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
609:No matter how good a life you lead, you won’t please everyone. Someone will be glad to see you go. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
610:The happiness of your life depends upon the quality of your thoughts; therefore guard accordingly. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
611:What springs from earth dissolves to earth again, and heaven-born things fly to their native seat. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
612:YOU’RE GOING TO BE OK “Don’t lament this and don’t get agitated.” —MARCUS AURELIUS, MEDITATIONS, 7.43 ~ Ryan Holiday,
613:56. Think of yourself as dead. You have lived your life. Now take what’s left and live it properly. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
614:Dig within. Within is the wellspring of Good; and it is always ready to bubble up, if you just dig. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
615:Do what you will. Even if you tear yourself apart, most people will continue doing the same things. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
616:Everything we hear is an opinion, not a fact. Everything we see is a perspective, not the truth.
   ~ Marcus Aurelius,
617:Excava dentro. Dentro está la fuente del bien que puede siempre borbotar de nuevo mientras excaves. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
618:It can ruin your life only if it ruins your character. Otherwise it cannot harm you - inside or out ~ Marcus Aurelius,
619:Know the joy of life by piling good deed on good deed until no rift or cranny appears between them. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
620:To grieve or be angry about or fear what happens to you is to be a fugitive from the law of nature. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
621:We are born for cooperation, as are the feet, the hands, the eyelids, and the upper and lower jaws. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
622:Basta con poner tu atención y deseo en ser bueno contigo mismo en cualquier cosa que hagas. Recuerda ~ Marcus Aurelius,
623:Even while a thing is in the act of coming into existence, some part of it has already ceased to be. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
624:Humans have come into being for the sake of each other, so either teach them, or learn to bear them. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
625:Let no act be done without a purpose, nor otherwise than according to the perfect principles of art. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
626:Life is short. That's all there is to say. Get what you can from the present - thoughtfully, justly. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
627:Socrates used to call the opinions of the many by the name of Lamiae, bugbears to frighten children. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
628:There is no man so blessed that some who stand by his deathbed won't hail the occasion with delight. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
629:The sinner sins against himself; the wrongdoer wrongs himself, becoming the worse by his own action. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
630:To represent constantly the world as one single being with one single soul and one single substance. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
631:To the world: Your harmony is mine. Whatever time you choose is the right time. Not late, not early. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
632:Whoever does wrong, wrongs himself; whoever does injustice, does it to himself, making himself evil. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
633:You should always look on human life as short and cheap. Yesterday sperm: tomorrow a mummy or ashes. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
634:8. It can ruin your life only if it ruins your character. Otherwise it cannot harm you—inside or out. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
635:He that dies in extreme old age will be reduced to the same state with him that is cut down untimely. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
636:It's silly to try to escape other people's faults. They are inescapable. Just try to escape your own. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
637:It’s silly to try to escape other people’s faults. They are inescapable. Just try to escape your own. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
638:let it judge that nothing is either bad or good which can happen equally to the bad man and the good. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
639:Look to the essence of a thing, whether it be a point of doctrine, of practice, or of interpretation. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
640:No one was ever injured by the truth; but he who persists in self-deception and ignorance is injured. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
641:Think of the country mouse and of the town mouse, and of the alarm and trepidation of the town mouse. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
642:To do harm is to do yourself harm. To do an injustice is to do yourself an injustice—it degrades you. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
643:To pursue the impossible is madness: but it is impossible for evil men not to do things of this sort. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
644:Be your own master, and look at things as a man, as a human being, as a citizen, as a mortal creature. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
645:How many of them who came into the world at the same time when I did, are already gone out of it? LII. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
646:If you are distressed about anything, the pain is not due to the thing but to your own estimate of it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
647:If you are distressed about anything, the pain is not one to the thing but to your own estimate to it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
648:Our anger and annoyance are more detrimental to us than the things themselves which anger or annoy us. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
649:Whatever the universal nature assigns to any man at any time is for the good of that man at that time. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
650:¿Consideras, en resumen, que es desgracia del hombre lo que no es desacierto de la naturaleza humana? ¿ ~ Marcus Aurelius,
651:Dig deep; the water- goodness- is down there. And as long as you keep digging, it will keep bubbling up ~ Marcus Aurelius,
652:O my soul, wilt thou be one day simple, one, bare, more visible than the body which envelops thee? ~ Marcus Aurelius. X.I,
653:This is the chief thing: be not perturbed, for all things are according to the nature of the universal. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
654: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,
655:Your mind will be like its habitual thoughts; for the soul becomes dyed with the color of its thoughts. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
656:An off-cast from the city is he who tears his soul away from the soul of reasoning beings, which is one. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
657:Begin - to begin is half the work, let half still remain; again begin this, and thou wilt have finished. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
658:Choose not to be harmed—and you won’t feel harmed. Don’t feel harmed—and you haven’t been. —MARCUS AURELIUS ~ Ryan Holiday,
659:Everything that happens happens as it should, and if you observe carefully, you will find this to be so. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
660:It is not fit that I should give myself pain, for I have never intentionally given pain even to another. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
661:Of my grandfather Verus I have learned to be gentle and meek, and to refrain from all anger and passion. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
662:Whosoever does wrong, wrongs himself; whosoever does injustice, does it to himself, making himself evil. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
663:XV. Is any man so foolish as to fear change, to which all things that once were not owe their being? And ~ Marcus Aurelius,
664:Your mind will be like its habitual thoughts; for the soul becomes dyed with the colour of its thoughts. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
665:71. It’s silly to try to escape other people’s faults. They are inescapable. Just try to escape your own. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
666:A man makes no noise over a good deed, but passes on to another as a vine to bear grapes again in season. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
667:Dress not thy thoughts in too fine a raiment. And be not a man of superfluous words or superfluous deeds. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
668:Everything that happens, happens as it should, and if you observe carefully, you will find this to be so. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
669:How easy it is to repel and release every impression which is troublesome and immediately to be tranquil. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
670:Imagine you were now dead, or had not lived before his moment. Now view the rest of your life as a bonus. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
671:—Then where is harm to be found? In your capacity to see it. Stop doing that and everything will be fine. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
672:The only wealth which you will keep forever is the wealth you have given away.” –Marcus Aurelius, 121–180 AD ~ Francine Jay,
673:As for life, it is a battle and a sojourning in a strange land; but the fame that comes after is oblivion. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
674:Choose not to be harmed—and you won’t feel harmed. Don’t feel harmed—and you haven’t been. —MARCUS AURELIUS R ~ Ryan Holiday,
675:Dig inside yourself. Inside there is a spring of goodness ready to gush at any moment if you keep digging. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
676:Everything - a horse, a vine - is created for some duty... For what task, then, were you yourself created? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
677:How very near us stand the two vast gulfs of time, the past and the future, in which all things disappear. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
678:If you are pained by any external thing, it is not this that disturbs you, but your own judgment about it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
679:Let not the general representation unto thyself of the wretchedness of this our mortal life, trouble thee. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
680:Let the Godhead within thee protect there a virile being, respect-worthy, a chief, a man self-disciplined. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
681:Look back over the past, with its changing empires that rose and fell, and you can foresee the future too. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
682:Never esteem anything as of advantage to you that will make you break your word or lose your self-respect. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
683:Prize that which is best in the universe; and this is that which useth everything and ordereth everything. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
684:The wrongdoer is often the person who left something undone, rather than the person who has done something ~ Marcus Aurelius,
685:When you arise in the morning think of what a privilege it is to be alive, to think, to enjoy, to love ... ~ Marcus Aurelius,
686:A good man does not spy around for the black spots in others, but presses unswervingly on towards his mark. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
687:Every man's life lies within the present; for the past is spent and done with, and the future is uncertain. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
688:If you’re honest and straightforward and mean well, it should show in your eyes. It should be unmistakable. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
689:In a little while you will have forgotten everything; in a little while everything will have forgotten you. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
690:In reading and writing, you cannot lay down rules until you have learnt to obey them. Much more so in life. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
691:It is no evil for things to undergo change, and no good for things to subsist in consequence of change. 43. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
692:Look back over the past, with its changing empires that rose and fell, and you can foresee the future, too. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
693:Look well into thyself; there is a source of strength which will always spring up if thou wilt always look. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
694:The stone that is thrown into the air is none the worse for falling down, and none the better for going up. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
695:Very little is needed to make a happy life; it’s all within yourself, in your way of thinking.” – Marcus Aurelius ~ S J Scott,
696:Accept whatever comes to you woven in the pattern of your destiny, for what could more aptly fit your needs? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
697:Do not suppose you are hurt, and your complaint ceases; cease your complaint, and you are not hurt” (iv. 7), ~ Marcus Aurelius,
698:Enter their minds, and you'll find the judges you're so afraid of—and how judiciously they judge themselves. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
699:it is only this present, a moment of time, that a man lives: all the rest either has been lived or may never ~ Marcus Aurelius,
700:It stares you in the face. No role is so well suited to philosophy as the one you happen to be in right now. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
701:It was my tutor who dissuaded me from patronizing Green or Blue at the races, or Light or Heavy in the ring; ~ Marcus Aurelius,
702:Organisms need, to use the metaphor of Marcus Aurelius, to turn obstacles into fuel—just as fire does. ~ Nassim Nicholas Taleb,
703:Do nothing against thy will, nor contrary to the community, nor without due examination, nor with reluctancy. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
704:Inlatura parerea: este inlaturat „am fost vatamat”; inlatura „am fost vatamat” este inlaturat si prejudiciul. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
705:Take me and cast me where you will; I shall still be possessor of the divinity within me, serene and content. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
706:The things you think about determine the quality of your mind. Your soul takes on the color of your thoughts. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
707:Adapt yourself to the life you have been given; and truly love the people with whom destiny has surrounded you ~ Marcus Aurelius,
708:Always bear this in mind; and another thing too, that very little indeed is necessary for living a happy life. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
709:Aptitude found in the understanding and is often inherited. Genius coming from reason and imagination, rarely. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
710:Entrar en conflicto unos con otros es contrario a la naturaleza; conflicto es enfadarse y darse media vuelta.  ~ Marcus Aurelius,
711:Gluttony and drunkenness have two evils attendant on them; they make the carcass smart, as well as the pocket. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
712:If it is not right, do not do it: if it is not true, do not say it. For let your impulse be in your own power. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
713:In everything that you do, pause and ask yourself if death is a dreadful thing because it deprives you of this ~ Marcus Aurelius,
714:Love that only which happens to thee and is spun with the thread of thy destiny. For what is more suitable? In ~ Marcus Aurelius,
715:Today I escaped anxiety. Or no, I discarded it, because it was within me, in my own perceptions — not outside. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
716:Understand however that every man is worth just so much as the things are worth about which he busies himself. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
717:Adapt yourself to the life you have been given; and truly love the people with whom destiny has surrounded you. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
718:And to have learned how to accept favors from friends without losing your self-respect or appearing ungrateful. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
719:esta adversidad no es un infortunio, mas soportarlo noblemente es una suerte.                               50. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
720:Even chance is not divorced from nature, from the inweaving and and enfolding of things governed by Providence. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
721:frenar durante su mandato las aclamaciones y cualquier adulación; ser vigilante de las necesidades del imperio, ~ Marcus Aurelius,
722:In everything that you do, pause and ask yourself if death is a dreadful thing because it deprives you of this. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
723:It is possible to depart from life at this moment. Have this thought in mind whenever you act, speak, or think. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
724:It should be a man's task, says the Imitation, 'to overcome himself, and every day to be stronger than himself. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
725:Let nothing be done rashly, and at random, but all things according to the most exact and perfect rules of art. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
726:Look in, let not either the proper quality, or the true worth of anything pass thee, before thou hast fully it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
727:Thou seest how few be the things, the which if a man has at his command his life flows gently on and is divine. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
728:We are all mere nuggets of incense on the one altar. Some burn down now , some later - there is no difference . ~ Marcus Aurelius,
729:For a man cannot lose either the past or the future: for what a man has not, how can any one take this from him? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
730:It is not death that a man should fear, but he should fear never beginning to live. —Marcus Aurelius, Roman emperor ~ Adam Silvera,
731:it is only this present, a moment of time, that a man lives: all the rest either has been lived or may never be. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
732:My only fear is doing something contrary to human nature - the wrong thing, the wrong way, or at the wrong time. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
733: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,
734:striid andWthdraw into yourself. Our master-reason asks no more than to act justly, and thereby to achieve calm. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
735:The present is all that they can give up, since that is all you have, and what you do not have, you cannot lose. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
736:Very little is needed to make a happy life; it’s all within yourself, in your way of thinking.” – Marcus Aurelius Ever ~ S J Scott,
737:Do, soul, do; abuse and contemn thyself; yet a while and the time for thee to respect thyself, will be at an end. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
738:Hast thou reason? I have. Why then dost not thou use it? For if this does its own work, what else dost thou wish? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
739:Look within, for within is the wellspring of virtue, which will not cease flowing, if you cease not from digging. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
740:Take pleasure in one thing and rest in it, in passing from one social act to another social act, thinking of God. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
741:Things can never touch the soul, but stand inert outside it, so that disquiet can arise only from fancies within. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
742:Today I escaped from anxiety. Or no, I discarded it, because it was within me, in my own perceptions—not outside. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
743:To live a good life: We have the potential for it. If we can learn to be indifferent to what makes no difference. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
744:Even when the gods stood on the side of righteousness, they were concerned with the act more than with the intent. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
745:He claimed that a man's life should be valued according to the value of the things to which he gave his attention. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
746:He who follows reason in all things is both tranquil and active at the same time, and also cheerful and collected. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
747:No one can keep you from living as your nature requires. Nothing can happen to you that is not required by Nature. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
748:People out for posthumous fame forget that the Generations To Come will be the same annoying people they know now. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
749:Since it is possible that you might depart from life this very moment, regulate every act and thought accordingly. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
750:That which makes the man no worse than he was makes his life no worse: it has no power to harm, without or within. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
751:Think not disdainfully of death, but look on it with favor; for even death is one of the things that Nature wills. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
752:A little time, and thou shalt close thy eyes; and him who has attended thee to thy grave, another soon will lament. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
753:Disturbance comes only from within- from our own perceptions. Everything you see will soon alter and cease to exist ~ Marcus Aurelius,
754:If any man despises me, that is his problem. My only concern is not doing or saying anything deserving of contempt. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
755:In the morning, when you are sluggish about getting up, let this thought be present: 'I am rising to a man's work.' ~ Marcus Aurelius,
756:No one can keep you from living as your nature requires. Nothings can happen to you that is not required by Nature. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
757:To understand the true quality of people, you must look into their minds, and examine their pursuits and aversions. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
758:What is divine deserves our respect because it is good; what is human deserves our affection because it is like us. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
759:Basta abandonar todo o passado, confiar o futura à providência e dirigir a ação presente para a piedade e a justiça. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
760:Let your one delight and refreshment be to pass from one service to the community to another, with God ever in mind. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
761:Never wilt your soul, never be just good, simple or unpolished. Manifest more then the body that surrounds yourself. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
762:Since it is possible that thou mayest depart from life this very moment, regulate every act and thought accordingly. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
763: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,
764:Let your one delight and refreshment be to pass from one service to the community to another, with God ever in mind. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
765:Live with the gods. And he does so who constantly shows them that his soul is satisfied with what is assigned to him. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
766:No one loses any other life than the one he now lives, nor does one live any other life than that which he will lose. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
767:Not to live as if you had endless years ahead of you. Death overshadows you. While you’re alive and able—be good. 18. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
768:Remember that to change your mind and follow him who sets you right is to be none the less free than you were before. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
769:Remember this - that there is a proper dignity and proportion to be observed in the performance of every act of life. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
770:Such as are thy habitual thoughts, such also will be the character of thy mind; for the soul is dyed by the thoughts. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
771:The fencer’s weapon is picked up and put down again. The boxer’s is part of him. All he has to do is clench his fist. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
772:Always take the short cut; and that is the rational one. Therefore say and do everything according to soundest reason. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
773:Be not querulous, be Content with little, be kind, be free; avoid all superfluity, all vain prattling; be magnanimous. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
774:Do you have reason? I have. Why then do you not use it? For if reason does its own work, what else could you wish for? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
775:How powerful is man! He is able to do all that God wishes him to do. He is able to accept all that God sends upon him. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
776:How unsound and insincere is he who says, I have determined to deal with thee in a fair way.—What art thou doing, man? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
777:If you are distressed by something, it is due to your own estimate of it; and you have the power to change it at will. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
778:It’s the truth I’m after, and the truth never harmed anyone. What harms us is to persist in self-deceit and ignorance. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
779:Man, what are you talking about? Me in chains? You may fetter my leg but my will, not even Zeus himself can overpower. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
780:queda como propio de la persona buena desear y conformarse con lo que le ocurre y estar entrelazado con su destino. Al ~ Marcus Aurelius,
781: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,
782:Work done with anxiety about results is far inferior to work done without such anxiety, in the calm of self surrender. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
783:And those who complain and try to obstruct and thwart things—they help as much as anyone. The world needs them as well. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
784:keeps in mind that all rational things are related, and that to care for all human beings is part of being human. Which ~ Marcus Aurelius,
785:never ceases to amaze me: we all love ourselves more than other people, but care more about their opinion than our own. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
786:Such as are your habitual thoughts, such also will be the character of your mind; for the soul is dyed by the thoughts. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
787:The cucumber is bitter? Then throw it out. There are brambles in the path? Then go around. That's all you need to know. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
788: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,
789:Wilt thou, then, my soul, never be good and simple and one and naked, more manifest than the body which surrounds thee? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
790:And give up your thirst for books, so that you do not die a grouch, but in true grace and heartfelt gratitude to the god ~ Marcus Aurelius,
791:God overrules all mutinous accidents, brings them under His laws of fate, and makes them all serviceable to His purpose. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
792:If asked, he would no doubt have responded that “true” slavery is the self-enslavement of the mind to emotion and desire ~ Marcus Aurelius,
793:If it's time for you to go, leave willingly - as you would to accomplish anything that can be done with grace and honor. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
794:It’s a disgrace in this life when the soul surrenders first while the body refuses to.” —MARCUS AURELIUS, MEDITATIONS, 6.29 ~ Ryan Holiday,
795:Jangan mencintai apapun kecuali yang datang padamu,
karena adakah yang dapat memenuhi kebutuhanmu dengan lebih tepat? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
796:Purge your mind of all aimless and idle thoughts, especially those that pry into the affairs of others or wish them ill. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
797:The only thing that isn't worthless: to live this life out truthfully and rightly, And be patience with those who don't. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
798:You shouldn’t give circumstances the power to rouse anger, for they don’t care at all.” —MARCUS AURELIUS, MEDITATIONS, 7.38 ~ Ryan Holiday,
799:God overrules all mutinous accidents, brings them under His laws of fate, and makes them all serviceable to His purpose. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
800:In this infinity then what is the difference between him who lives three days and him who lives three generations? Always ~ Marcus Aurelius,
801:Justice: so that you’ll speak the truth, frankly and without evasions, and act as you should—and as other people deserve. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
802:Natural ability without education has more often raised a man to glory and virtue than education without natural ability. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
803:that the death of earth, is water, and the death of water, is air; and the death of air, is fire; and so on the contrary. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
804: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,
805:Time is a river, a violent current of events, glimpsed once and already carried past us, and another follows and is gone. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
806:To be like the rock that the waves keep crashing over. It stands unmoved and the raging of the sea falls still around it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
807:You don't have to turn this into something. It doesn't have to upset you. Things can't shape our decisions by themselves. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
808:a ripe mature man, a perfect sound man; one that could not endure to be flattered; able to govern both himself and others. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
809:Be like the cliff against which the waves continually break; but it stands firm and tames the fury of the water around it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
810:Death. The end of sense-perception, of being controlled by our emotions, of mental activity, of enslavement to our bodies. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
811:Há fulanos que quando fazem algum favor a alguém estão logo prontos para lançar no livro de contas o agradecimento devido. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
812:He who does wrong does wrong against himself. He who acts unjustly acts unjustly to himself, because he makes himself bad. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
813:How ridiculous not to flee from one's own wickedness, which is possible, yet endeavor to flee from another's which is not. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
814:It never ceases to amaze me: we all love ourselves more than other people, but care more about their opinion than our own. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
815:Life is short. Do not forget about the most important things in our life, living for other people and doing good for them. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
816:Not to assume it’s impossible because you find it hard. But to recognize that if it’s humanly possible, you can do it too. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
817:Stop whatever you're doing for a moment and ask yourself: Am I afraid of death because I won't be able to do this anymore? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
818:Stop whatever you’re doing for a moment and ask yourself: Am I afraid of death because I won’t be able to do this anymore? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
819: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,
820:Very little is needed to make a happy life; it is all within yourself, in your way of thinking.” –Marcus Aurelius, 121–180 AD ~ Francine Jay,
821:When you are offended at any man’s fault, immediately turn to yourself and reflect in what manner you yourself have erred: ~ Marcus Aurelius,
822:Death, like birth, is one of nature's mysteries, the combining of primal elements and dissolving of the same into the same. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
823:Detente particularmente en cada una de las acciones que haces y pregúntate si la muerte es terrible porque te priva de eso. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
824:hay que ver siempre lo humano como flor de un día e inconsistente, ayer era una mucosidad, mañana será momia y cenizas. Ese ~ Marcus Aurelius,
825:It never ceases to amaze me: we all love ourselves more than other people, but care more about their opinions than our own. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
826:Life is short. That’s all there is to say. Get what you can from the present—thoughtfully, justly. Unrestrained moderation. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
827:They despise one another, yet they flatter one another;they sant to get above another and get they bow down to one another. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
828:A man should remove not only unnecessary acts, but also unnecessary thoughts, for then superfluous activity will not follow. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
829:Be not as one that hath ten thousand years to live; death is nigh at hand: while thou livest, while thou hast time, be good. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
830:Budi poput krševite obale o koju se neprestance lome valovi. Ona stoji postojano, a oko nje uzavrele vode polako se smiruju. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
831:Do not act as if you had ten thousand years to live ... while you have life in you, while you still can, make yourself good. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
832:How ridiculous not to flee from one's own wickedness, which is possible, yet endeavour to flee from another's, which is not. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
833:Perfection of character is this: to live each day as if it were your last, without frenzy, without apathy, without pretence. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
834:To recover your life is within your power; simply view things again as once you viewed them, for your revival rests in that. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
835:When you arise in the moring, think of what a precious privelege it is to be alive-- to breathe, to think, to enjoy, to love ~ Marcus Aurelius,
836:When you arise in the morning, think of what a precious privilege it is to be alive-to breathe, to think, to enjoy, to love. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
837:43. Time is a river, a violent current of events, glimpsed once and already carried past us, and another follows and is gone. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
838:A better wrestler. But not a better citizen, a better person, a better resource in tight places, a better forgiver of faults. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
839:No malogres la parte de vida que te queda en averiguar vidas ajenas, a no ser que te propongas algún fin útil a la comunidad. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
840:Today I escaped all circumstance, or rather I cast out all circumstance, for it was not outside me, but within my judgements. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
841:28. Death. The end of sense-perception, of being controlled by our emotions, of mental activity, of enslavement to our bodies. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
842:Deem not life a thing of consequence. For look at the yawning void of the future, and at that other limitless space, the past. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
843:Direct thy attention to what is said. Let thy understanding enter into the things that are doing and the things which do them. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
844:Epicurus, Seneca, Marcus Aurelius, Plato, Michel de Montaigne, Arthur Schopenhauer, Friedrich Nietzsche, and Bertrand Russell. ~ Timothy Ferriss,
845:Hay que reflexionar continuamente en cuántos médicos han muerto tras haber fruncido el entrecejo muchas veces por sus enfermos ~ Marcus Aurelius,
846:My city and state are Rome. But as a human being? The world. So for me, "good" can only mean what's good for both communities. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
847:Waste not the remnant of thy life in those imaginations touching other folk, whereby thou contributest not to the common weal. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
848:When you arise in the morning, think of what a precious privilege it is to be alive - to breathe, to think, to enjoy, to love. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
849:And moreover, to fear pain is to fear something that’s bound to happen, the world being what it is—and that again is blasphemy. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
850:Death is such as generation is, a mystery of nature; a composition out of the same elements, and a decomposition into the same; ~ Marcus Aurelius,
851:Do not expect Plato's ideal republic; be satisfied with even the smallest step forward, and consider this no small achievement. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
852:Do not let the future disturb you, for you will arrive there, if you arrive, with the same reason you now apply to the present. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
853:Live your life as if you are ready to say goodbye to it at any moment, as if the time left for you were some pleasant surprise. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
854: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,
855:Only to the rational animal is it given to follow voluntarily what happens; but simply to follow is a necessity imposed on all. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
856:Pride is a master of deception: when you think you're occupied in the weightiest business, that's when he has you in his spell. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
857:Pride is a master of deception: when you think you’re occupied in the weightiest business, that’s when he has you in his spell. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
858:still remember that no man loses any other life than this which he now lives, nor lives any other than this which he now loses. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
859:There is no man so fortunate that there shall not be by him when he is dying some who are pleased with what is going to happen. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
860:The truly fortunate person has created his own good fortune through good habits of the soul, good intentions, and good actions. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
861:where a man can live, there he can also live well. But he must live in a palace;- well then, he can also live well in a palace. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
862:Accept the things to which fate binds you, and love the people with whom fate brings you together,but do so with all your heart. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
863:Accustom yourself not to be disregarding of what someone else has to say: as far as possible enter into the mind of the speaker. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
864:BEGIN the morning by saying to thyself, I shall meet with the busy-body, the ungrateful, arrogant, deceitful, envious, unsocial. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
865:Consider when thou art much vexed or grieved, that man's life is only a moment, and after a short time we are all laid out dead. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
866:Every portion of me will be reassigned as another portion of the world, and that in turn transformed into another. Ad infinitum. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
867:Roman Emperor and Stoic philosopher, Marcus Aurelius said it best: “The universe is change; our life is what our thoughts make it. ~ Darius Foroux,
868:That which distinguishes from others the upright man, is that he never pollutes the genius within him which dwells in his heart. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
869:Your time has a limit set to it. Use it, then, to advance your enlightenment; or it will be gone, and never in your power again. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
870:Accept the things to which fate binds you, and love the people with whom fate brings you together, but do so with all your heart. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
871:‎"Begin the morning by saying to thyself, I shall meet with the busy-body, the ungrateful, arrogant, deceitful, envious, unsocial ~ Marcus Aurelius,
872: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,
873:If there were anything harmful on the other side of death, they would have made sure that the ability to avoid it was within you. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
874:In the same degree in which a man's mind is nearer to freedom from all passion, in the same degree also is it nearer to strength. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
875:La perfección del carácter supone que cada día transcurra como el último, sin palpitos, sin cabezadas, sin actuaciones teatrales. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
876:All things are in the act of change; thou thyself in ceaseless transformation and partial decay, and the whole universe with thee. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
877:Be like the rocky headland on which the waves constantly break. It stands firm, and round it the seething waters are laid to rest. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
878:But this is altogether a mark of the most common sort of men, for it is in your power whenever you choose to retire into yourself. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
879:Nothing is as encouraging as when virtues are visibly embodied in the people around us, when we’re practically showered with them. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
880:...the sole thing of which any man can be deprived is the present; since this is all he owns, and nobody can lose what is not his. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
881:This is moral perfection: to live each day as though it were the last; to be tranquil, sincere, yet not indifferent to one's fate. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
882:Today I have got out of all trouble, or rather I have cast out all trouble, for it was not outside, but within and in my opinions. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
883:For the sole thing of which any man can be deprived is the present; since this is all he owns, and nobody can lose what is not his. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
884:Let thy chief fort and place of defense be a mind free from passions. A stronger place and better fortified than this, hath no man. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
885:listen to Marcus Aurelius’s empowering call to “get active in your own rescue—if you care for yourself at all—and do it while you can. ~ Ryan Holiday,
886:Men despise one another and flatter one another; and men wish to raise themselves above one another, and crouch before one another. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
887:Take full account of what Excellencies you possess, and in gratitude remember how you would hanker after them, if you had them not. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
888:All those things at which thou wishest to arrive by a circuitous road, thou canst have now, if thou dost not refuse them to thyself. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
889:Destrói a opinião, e destruído estará o pensamento “fui prejudicado”. Destrói a queixa “fui prejudicado”, e destruído estará o dano. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
890:Does the emerald lose its beauty for lack of admiration? Does gold, or ivory, or purple? A lyre or a dagger, a rosebud or a sapling? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
891:Find joy in simplicity, self-respect, and indifference to what lies between virtue and vice. Love the human race. Follow the divine. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
892:habla y actúa en todo según lo que sea más sano. Ese planteamiento te libera de golpes, de vacilación, de preocupación y afectación. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
893:I am happy, though this has happened to me, because I continue free from pain, neither crushed by the present nor fearing the future ~ Marcus Aurelius,
894:Marcus Aurelius. 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. ~ Louise Penny,
895:Reflect often upon the rapidity with which all existing things, or things coming into existence, sweep past us and are carried away. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
896:The ruler must be a philosopher as well as a king; and he must govern unwillingly, because he loves philosophy better than dominion. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
897:To live each day as though one's last, never flustered, never apathetic, never attitudinizing - here is the perfection of character. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
898:At day's first light have in readiness, against disinclination to leave your bed, the thought that "I am rising for the work of man." ~ Marcus Aurelius,
899:Do not act as if you were going to live ten thousand years. Death hangs over you. While you live, while it is in your power, be good. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
900:No te aficiones más que a lo que te acontezca y a lo que forme la trama de la vida. ¿Pues qué otra cosa podrá serte más oportuna?
~ Marcus Aurelius,
901:That which is really beautiful has no need of anything; not more than law, not more than truth, not more than benevolence or modesty. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
902:The healthy eye ought to see all visible things and not to say, I wish for green things; for this is the condition of a diseased eye. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
903:The universal order and the personal order are nothing but different expressions and manifestations of a common underlying principle. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
904:Think of the countless changes in which you yourself have bad a part. The whole universe is change, and life is but what you deem it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
905:To read with diligence; not to rest satisfied with a light and superficial knowledge, nor quickly to assent to things commonly spoken ~ Marcus Aurelius,
906:Even the stoics agree that certainty is very hard to come at; that our assent is worth little, for where is infallibility to be found? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
907:Keep constantly in mind in how many things you yourself have witnessed changes already. The universe is change, life is understanding. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
908:No te avergüences de recibir ayuda porque tienes delante realizar la tarea que te corresponde como el soldado que ataca una muralla. ¿ ~ Marcus Aurelius,
909:People generally despise where they flatter, and cringe to those they would gladly overtop; so that truth and ceremony are two things. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
910:Remember: Matter. How tiny your share of it. Time. How brief and fleeting your allotment of it. Fate. How small a role you play in it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
911:Remember: Matter: how tiny your share of it. Time: how brief and fleeting your allotment of it. Fate: how small a role you play in it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
912:Then consider the Middle (and later the New) Comedy and what it aimed at—gradually degenerating into mere realism and empty technique. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
913:There is but one thing of real value - to cultivate truth and justice, and to live without anger in the midst of lying and unjust men. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
914:There is change in all things. You yourself are subject to continual change and some decay, and this is common to the entire universe. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
915: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,
916:to grumble at anything that happens is a rebellion against Nature, in some part of which are bound up the natures of all other things. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
917:When you deal with irrational animals, with things and circumstances, be generous and straightforward. You are rational; they are not. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
918:He who has seen the present has seen everything, that which happened in the most distant past and that which will happen in the future. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
919:Sixth, consider when thou art much vexed or grieved, that man's life is only a moment, and after a short time we are all laid out dead. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
920:»Soy afortunado porque, a pesar de haberme ocurrido eso, permanezco sin pena y no me rompo por el presente ni temo el porvenir.« Porque ~ Marcus Aurelius,
921:264. "Such as you are your habitual thoughts, such also will be the character of your mind; for your soul is dyed through the thoughts." ~ Marcus Aurelius,
922:Do not waste the remainder of thy life in thoughts about others, when thou dost not refer thy thoughts to some object of common utility. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
923:It is ridiculous not to escape from one’s own vices, which is possible, while trying to escape the vices of others, which is impossible. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
924:la naturaleza también nos dio su medida, también nos la dio del comer y del beber, no obstante, tú sobrepasas lo que es suficiente. Pero ~ Marcus Aurelius,
925:Remember: philosophy requires only what your nature already demands. What you’ve been after is something else again—something unnatural. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
926:37. Disgraceful: that the mind should control the face, should be able to shape and mold it as it pleases, but not shape and mold itself. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
927:All things are changing; and thou thyself art in continuous mutation and in a manner in continuous destruction and the whole universe to. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
928:But cast away the thirst after books, that thou mayest not die murmuring, but cheerfully, truly, and from thy heart thankful to the gods. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
929:Death is relief from reaction to the senses, from the puppet strings of impulse, from the analytical mind, and from service to the flesh. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
930:Do not act as if thou wert going to live ten thousand years. Death hangs over thee. While thou livest, while it is in thy power, be good. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
931:Is any man afraid of change? Why what can take place without change? What then is more pleasing or more suitable to the universal nature? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
932:The value of attentiveness varies in proportion to its object. You’re better off not giving the small things more time than they deserve. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
933:To read with diligence; not to rest satisfied with a light and superficial knowledge, nor quickly to assent to things commonly spoken of: ~ Marcus Aurelius,
934:Wie weit bist du in der Erkenntnis, daß keine andere Lebensweise zum Philosophieren so geeignet sei, als die, die du jetzt gerade führst? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
935:You are making an inopportune rejection of what Nature has given you today, if all your mind is set on what men will say of you tomorrow. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
936:Consider how many do not even know your name, and how many will soon forget it, and how those who now praise you will presently blame you. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
937:Never let the future disturb you - you will meet it with the same weapons of reason and mind that, today, guard you against the present... ~ Marcus Aurelius,
938:Now a man should take away not only unnecessary acts, but also, unnecessary thoughts, for thus superfluous acts will not follow after. Try ~ Marcus Aurelius,
939:recognize the malice, cunning, and hypocrisy that power produces, and the peculiar ruthlessness often shown by people from “good families. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
940:Your days are numbered. Use them to throw open the windows of your soul to the sun. If you do not, the sun will soon set, and you with it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
941:Death is a cessation from the impression of the senses, the tyranny of the passions, the errors of the mind, and the servitude of the body. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
942:Do not think that what is hard for you to master is humanly impossible; and if it is humanly possible, consider it to be within your reach. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
943:Everything that happens either happens in such a way as you are formed by nature to bear it, or as you are not formed by nature to bear it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
944:The body and its parts are a river, the soul a dream and mist, life is warfare and a journey far from home, lasting reputation is oblivion. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
945:The greatest part of what we say and do is really unnecessary. If a man takes this to heart, he will have more leisure and less uneasiness. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
946:Where life is possible at all, a right life is possible; life in a palace is possible; therefore even in a palace a right life is possible. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
947:Don't live as though you were going to live a myriad years. Fate is hanging over your head; while you have life, while you may, become good. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
948:Es ridículo no intentar evitar tu propia maldad, lo cual es posible, y, en cambio, intentar evitar la de los demás, lo cual es lo imposible. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
949:Everything is in a state of metamorphosis. Thou thyself art in everlasting change and in corruption to correspond; so is the whole universe. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
950:Live not as though there were a thousand years ahead of you. Fate is at your elbow; make yourself good while life and power are still yours. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
951:Neither in writing nor in reading wilt thou be able to lay down rules for others before thou shalt have first learned to obey rules thyself. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
952:Never let the future disturb you. You will meet it, if you have to, with the same weapons of reason which today arm you against the present. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
953:The cucumber is bitter? Then throw it out.
There are brambles in the path? Then go around.
That’s all you need to know. — MARCUS AURELIUS ~ Ryan Holiday,
954:The mind is that which is roused and directed by itself. It makes of itself what it chooses. It makes what it chooses of its own experience. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
955:What is this, fundamentally? What is its nature and substance, its reason for being? What is it doing in the world? How long is it here for? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
956:Why should any of these things that happen externally distract thee? Give thyself leisure to learn some good thing: cease roving to and fro. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
957:"Your days are numbered. Use them to throw open the windows of your soul to the sun. If you do not, the sun will soon set, and you with it." ~ Marcus Aurelius,
958:Be cheerful also, and seek not external help nor the tranquility which others give. A man then must stand erect, not be kept erect by others. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
959:Do the things external which fall upon thee distract thee? Give thyself time to learn something new and good, and cease to be whirled around. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
960:Everything we hear is an opinion, not a fact. Everything we see is a perspective, not the truth. —MARCUS AURELIUS, ROMAN EMPEROR AND PHILOSOPHER ~ Josh Kaufman,
961:Flinch not, neither give up nor despair, if the achieving of every act in accordance with right principle is not always continuous with thee. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
962:On the occasion of every act ask thyself, How is this with respect to me? Shall I repent of it? A little time and I am dead, and all is gone. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
963:Qui una sola cosa ha valore: trascorrere tutta la vita nella verità e nella giustizia pur trattando con indulgenza i bugiardi e gli ingiusti. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
964:Remember that man lives only in the present, in this fleeting instant; all the rest of his life is either past and gone, or not yet revealed. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
965:That which does not make a man worse than he was, also does not make his life worse, nor does it harm him either from without or from within. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
966:The art of living is more like wrestling than dancing, in as much as it, too, demands a from and watchful stance against any unexpected onset ~ Marcus Aurelius,
967:When you arise in the morning, think of what a precious privilege it is to be alive—to breathe, to think, to enjoy, to love. —MARCUS AURELIUS ~ Jennifer Wright,
968:XXIX. As they that long after figs in winter when they cannot be had; so are they that long after children, before they be granted them. XXX. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
969:a society of equal laws, governed by equality of status and of speech, and of rulers who respect the liberty of their subjects above all else. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
970:Be cheerful, also, and seek not external help, nor the peace which others give. A man must stand straight, and not be kept straight by others. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
971:Continually, and, if possible, in the case of every mental image, consider its nature, realize its emotional content, and judge it rationally. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
972:Do external things distract you? Then make time for yourself to learn something worthwhile; stop letting yourself be pulled in all directions. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
973:Doth perfect beauty stand in need of praise at all? Nay; no more than law, no more than truth, no more than loving kindness, nor than modesty. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
974:People who labor all their lives but have no purpose to direct every thought and impulse toward are wasting their time-even when hard at work. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
975:People who labor all their lives but have no purpose to direct every thought and impulse toward are wasting their time—even when hard at work. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
976:Remember how long you have been putting off these things, and how often you have received an opportunity from the gods, and yet do not use it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
977:Severally on the occasion of everything that thou doest, pause and ask thyself, if death is a dreadful thing because it deprives thee of this. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
978:Si la ciudad se perjudica no hay que irritarse con quien la perjudica, por el contrario hay que señalarle qué es lo que le pasó desapercibido. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
979:The earth loveth the shower," and "the holy æther knoweth what love is." The Universe, too, loves to create whatsoever is destined to be made. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
980:To read with diligence; not to rest satisfied with a light and superficial knowledge, nor quickly to assent to things commonly spoken of: whom ~ Marcus Aurelius,
981:Everything harmonizes with me, which is harmonious to thee, o Universe. Nothing for me is too early or too late, which is in due time for thee. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
982:Nothing has such power to broaden the mind as the ability to investigate systematically and truly all that comes under thy observation in life. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
983:Will any man despise me? Let him see to it. But I will see to it that I may not be found doing or saying anything that deserves to be despised. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
984:Do not think that what is hard for you to master is humanly impossible; but if a thing is humanly possible, consider it to be within your reach. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
985:He would be the finer gentleman that should leave the world without having tasted of lying or pretence of any sort, or of wantonness or conceit. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
986:How many after being celebrated by fame have been given up to oblivion; and how many who have celebrated the fame of others have long been dead. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
987:Just as the sand-dunes, heaped one upon another, hide each the first, so in life the former deeds are quickly hidden by those that follow after. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
988:Put from you the belief that I have been wronged and with it will go the feeling. Reject your sense of injury, and the injury itself disappears. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
989:Que no te aparte que detrás venga la crítica o la palabra de algunos, por el contrario, si está bien hecho o bien dicho, no te subestimes. Ellos ~ Marcus Aurelius,
990:Stop allowing your mind to be a slave, to be jerked about by selfish impulses, to kick against fate and the present, and to mistrust the future. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
991:Suppose that men kill thee, cut thee in pieces, curse thee, what can these things do to prevent thy mind from remaining pure, wise, sober, just? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
992:The things ordained for you—teach yourself to be at one with those. And the people who share them with you—treat them with love. With real love. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
993:for a man to be proud and high conceited, that he is not proud and high conceited, is of all kind of pride and presumption, the most intolerable. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
994:How plain does it appear that there is not another condition of life so well suited for philosophising as this in which thou now happenest to be. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
995:the Roman Empire, Marcus Aurelius, summed it up in eight words—eight words that can determine your destiny: “Our life is what our thoughts make it. ~ Dale Carnegie,
996:But by all means bear this in mind, that within a very short time both thou and he will be dead; and soon not even your names will be left behind. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
997:Do you see what little is required of a man to live a well-tempered and god-fearing life? Obey these precepts, and the gods will ask nothing more. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
998:How much more harmful are the consequences of anger and grief than the circumstances that aroused them in us!” —MARCUS AURELIUS, MEDITATIONS, 11.18.8 ~ Ryan Holiday,
999:If they’ve made a mistake, correct them gently and show them where they went wrong. If you can’t do that, then the blame lies with you. Or no one. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1000:Soon you'll be ashes or bones. A mere name at most - and even that is just a sound, an echo. The things we want in life are empty, stale, trivial. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1001:To conclude, always observe how ephemeral and worthless human things are, and what was yesterday a little mucus tomorrow will be a mummy or ashes. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1002:all things soon pass away and become a mere tale, and complete oblivion soon buries them. And I say this of those who have shone in a wondrous way. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1003:Put from you the belief that 'I have been wronged', and with it will go the feeling. Reject your sense of injury, and the injury itself disappears. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1004:¡Cuántos de los agasajados con muchos himnos están ya entregados al olvido! ¡Cuántos de los que hicieron esos himnos hace tiempo que están ausentes! ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1005:Do not act as if you had ten thousand years to throw away. Death stands at your elbow. Be good for something while you live and it is in your power. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1006:finally, waiting for death with a cheerful mind, as being nothing else than a dissolution of the elements of which every living being is compounded. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1007:Here is a rule to remember in future, when anything tempts you to feel bitter: not "This is misfortune," but "To bear this worthily is good fortune. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1008:It's time you realized that you have something in you more powerful and miraculous than the things that affect you and make you dance like a puppet. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1009:It’s time you realized that you have something in you more powerful and miraculous than the things that affect you and make you dance like a puppet. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1010:Think nothing profitable to you which compels you to break a promise, to lose your self respect, to hate any person, to curse, to act the hypocrite. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1011:And not to think of philosophy as your instructor, but as the sponge and egg white that relieve ophthalmia—as a soothing ointment, a warm lotion. Not ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1012:Consider thyself to be dead, and to have completed thy life up to the present time; and live according to nature the remainder which is allowed thee. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1013:How much time he gains who does not look to see what his neighbor says or does or thinks, but only at what he does himself, to make it just and holy. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1014:I am called to man's labour; why then do I make a difficulty if I am going out to do what I was born to do and what I was brought into the world for? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1015:Put it out of the power of truth to give you an ill character. If anybody reports you not to be an honest man let your practice give him the lie. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1016:Time is a kind of river, an irresistible flood sweeping up men and events and carrying them headlong, one after the other, to the great sea of being. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1017:We are too much accustomed to attribute to a single cause that which is the product of several, and the majority of our controversies come from that. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1018:Whatever may happen to you was prepared for you from all eternity; and the implication of causes was from eternity spinning the thread of your being. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1019:Within ten days you will seem a god to those to whom you are now a beast and an ape, if you will return to your principles and the worship of reason. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1020:Ambition,” Marcus Aurelius reminded himself, “means tying your well-being to what other people say or do . . . Sanity means tying it to your own actions. ~ Ryan Holiday,
1021:From Apollonius I learned freedom of will and undeviating steadiness of purpose; and to look to nothing else, not even for a moment, except to reason. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1022:How much time he gains who does not look to see what his neighbour says or does or thinks, but only at what he does himself, to make it just and holy. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1023:Just remember: you can endure anything your mind can make endurable, by treating it as in your interest to do so. In your interest, or in your nature. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1024:The art of living is more like wrestling than dancing, in so far as it stands ready against the accidental and the unforeseen, and is not apt to fall. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1025:Think of yourself as dead. You have lived your life. Now, take what's left and live it properly. What doesn't transmit light creates its own darkness. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1026:When you have trouble getting out of bed in the morning, remember that your defining characteristic-what defines a human being-is to work with others. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1027:An angry look on the face is wholly against nature. If it be assumed frequently, beauty begins to perish, and in the end is quenched beyond rekindling. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1028:But fortunate means that a man has assigned to himself a good fortune: and a good fortune is good disposition of the soul, good emotions, good actions. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1029:Have I done something for the general interest? Well then I have had my reward. Let this always be present to thy mind, and never stop doing such good. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1030:It is a ridiculous thing for a man not to fly from his own badness, which is indeed possible, but to fly from other men's badness, which is impossible. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1031:So other people hurt me? That’s their problem. Their character and actions are not mine. What is done to me is ordained by nature, what I do by my own. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1032:The person who does wrong, does wrong to themselves. The unjust person is unjust to themselves—making themselves evil.” —MARCUS AURELIUS, MEDITATIONS, 9.4 ~ Ryan Holiday,
1033:The present moment is the only thing of which anyone can be deprived, at least if this is the only thing he has and he cannot lose what he has not got. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1034:The student as boxer, not fencer. The fencer’s weapon is picked up and put down again. The boxer’s is part of him. All he has to do is clench his fist. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1035:This is the mark of a perfect character - to pass through each day as though it were the last, without agitation, without torpor, and without pretense. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1036:Within ten days thou wilt seem a god to those to whom thou art now a beast and an ape, if thou wilt return to thy principles and the worship of reason. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1037:Everything is interwoven, and the web is holy; none of its parts are unconnected. They are composed harmoniously, and together - they compose the world. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1038: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,
1039:Let not the future trouble you; for you will come to it, if come you must, bearing with you the same reason which you are using now to meet the present. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1040:Wherein Antoninus recordeth, What and of whom, whether Parents, Friends, or Masters; by their good examples, or good advice and counsel, he had learned: ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1041:Death - a stopping of impressions through the senses, and of the pulling of the cords of motion, and of the ways of thought, and of service to the flesh. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1042:The whole contains nothing that is not for its advantage. By remembering that I am part of such a whole, I shall be content with everything that happens. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1043:Consider yourself to be dead, and to have completed your life up to the present time; and now live according to nature the remainder which is allowed you. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1044:Do not think that what is hard for you to master is humanly impossible; and if it is humanly possible, consider it to be within your reach. —MARCUS AURELIUS ~ Robert Greene,
1045:It is in your power to withdraw yourself whenever you desire. Perfect tranquility within consists in the good ordering of the mind, the realm of your own. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1046:No obres como quien ha de vivir diez mil años. Lo irreparable está ya suspendido encima de ti. Mientras vives, mientras es aún posible, sé hombre de bien. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1047:So here is a rule to remember in future, when anything tempts you to feel bitter: not, ‘This is a misfortune,’ but ‘To bear this worthily is good fortune. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1048:The highest good of man is consciously to work with God for the common good, and this is the sense in which the Stoic tried to live in accord with nature. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1049:There is one universe out of all things, one god pervading all things, one substance, one law, one common reason in all intelligent beings, and one truth. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1050:Vex not thy spirit at the course of things; they heed not thy vexation. How ludicrous and outlandish is astonishment at anything that may happen in life. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1051:When it allows its action and impulse to be without a purpose, to be random and disconnected: even the smallest things ought to be directed toward a goal. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1052:Adapt yourself to the things among which your lot has been cast and love sincerely the fellow creatures with whom destiny has ordained that you shall live. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1053:At all times, look at the thing itself—the thing behind the appearance—and unpack it by analysis: cause substance purpose and the length of time it exists. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1054:Here is the rule to remember in the future, When anything tempts you to be bitter: not, 'This is a misfortune' but 'To bear this worthily is good fortune.' ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1055: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,
1056:It is in our power to have no opinion about a thing and not to be disturbed in our soul; for things themselves have no natural power to form our judgments. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1057:I will march on in the path of nature till my legs sink under me, and then I shall be at rest, and expire into that air which has given me my daily breath. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1058:time is fixed for thee, which if thou dost not use for clearing away the clouds from thy mind, it will go and thou wilt go, and it will never return. Every ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1059:When you arise in the morning, think of what a precious privilege it is to be alive - to breathe, to think, to enjoy, to love ... then make that day count! ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1060:As Marcus Aurelius said millennia ago, pain “is not due to the thing itself, but to your estimate of it, and this you have the power to revoke at any moment. ~ Daniel Goleman,
1061:Be not unwilling in what thou doest, neither selfish nor unadvised nor obstinate; let not over-refinement deck out thy thought; be not wordy nor a busybody. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1062:Keep yourself simple, good, pure, serious, and unassuming; the friend of justice and godliness; kindly, affectionate, and resolute in your devotion to duty. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1063:We must make haste then, not only because we are daily nearer to death, but also because the conception of things and the understanding of them cease first. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1064:You’ve given aid and they’ve received it. And yet, like an idiot, you keep holding out for more: to be credited with a Good Deed, to be repaid in kind. Why? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1065:I can control my thoughts as necessary; then how can I be troubled? What is outside my mind means nothing to it. Absorb that lesson and your feet stand firm. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1066:One universe made up all that is; and one God in it all, and one principle of being, and one law, the reason shared by all thinking creatures, and one truth. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1067:Souviens toi que chacun ne vit que dans le moment présent, dans l'instant. Le reste, c'est le passé ou un obscur avenir. Petite est donc l'étendue de la vie. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1068:Take a good hard look at people’s ruling principle, especially of the wise, what they run away from and what they seek out.” —MARCUS AURELIUS, MEDITATIONS, 4.38 ~ Ryan Holiday,
1069:The mind adapts and converts to its own purposes the obstacle to our acting. The impediment to action advances action. What stands in the way becomes the way ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1070:We must make haste, then, not only because we are daily nearer to death, but also because the conception of things and the understanding of them cease first. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1071:Everything of the body is a river. Everything of the soul is dream and vapour. Life is war and the abode of a stranger. The only fame after death is oblivion. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1072:If you are pained by external things, it is not they that disturb you, but your own judgement of them. And it is in your power to wipe out that judgement now. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1073: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,
1074:Im allgemeinen schadet das Böse der Welt nicht, und im einzelnen Falle schadet es nur dem, dem es vergönnt ist, sich frei davon zu machen, sobald er nur will. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1075:Indeed, no one can thwart the purposes of your mind—for they can’t be touched by fire, steel, tyranny, slander, or anything.” —MARCUS AURELIUS, MEDITATIONS, 8.41 ~ Ryan Holiday,
1076:Most of what we say and do is not essential. If you can eliminate it, you'll have more time and tranquility. Ask yourself at every moment, "Is this necessary? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1077:Retire into thyself. The rational principle which rules has this nature, that it is content with itself when it does what is just, and so secures tranquility. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1078:consider how much more pain is brought on us by the anger and vexation caused by such acts than by the acts themselves, at which we are angry and vexed. Ninth, ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1079:I do my duty: other things trouble me not; for they are either things without life, or things without reason, or things that have rambled and know not the way. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1080:In the second century A.D. the Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius may have best defined pantheism when he wrote, “Everything is interwoven, and the web is holy. ~ Sharman Apt Russell,
1081:It is within our power not to make a judgement about something, and so not disturb our minds; for nothing in itself possesses the power to form our judgements. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1082:Precz z książkami! Już nie dawaj się im pociągnąć! Nie wolno! (...) Łaknienie zaś książek precz od siebie rzuć, byś nie umierał wśród narzekań, lecz spokojnie. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1083:Pride is a master of deception: when you think you’re occupied in the weightiest business, that’s when he has you in his spell. (Compare Crates on Xenocrates.) ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1084:(...) you have grown beyond supposing such actions to be either good or bad, and therefore it will be so much the easier to be tolerant of another's blindness. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1085:a limit of time is fixed for thee, which if thou dost not use for clearing away the clouds from thy mind, it will go and thou wilt go, and it will never return. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1086:and to be easy and ready to be reconciled, and well pleased again with them that had offended me, as soon as any of them would be content to seek unto me again. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1087:Each of us lives only now, in this brief instant. The rest of our life has been lived already, or is impossible to see because it lies in the unknowable future. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1088:Frequently consider the connection of all things in the universe. .. We should not say 'I am an Athenian' or 'I am a Roman' but 'I am a citizen of the Universe. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1089:It is high time for thee, to understand that there is somewhat in thee, better and more divine than either thy passions, or thy sensual appetites and affections ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1090:Remember that what pulls the strings is the force hidden within; there lies the power to persuade, there the life, - there, if one must speak out, the real man. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1091:To the best of my judgment, when I look at the human character I see no virtue placed there to counter justice. But I see one to counter pleasure: self-control. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1092:When people injure you, ask yourself what good or harm they thought would come of it. If you understand that, you’ll feel sympathy rather than outrage or anger. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1093:¡A cuántos Crisipos se ha tragado ya la eternidad, a cuántos Sócrates, a cuántos Epictetos! Que se te ocurra lo mismo ante absolutamente cualquier hombre y cosa. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1094:If thou art pained by any external thing, it is not this that disturbs thee, but thy own judgment about it. And it is in thy power to wipe out this judgment now. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1095:So remember this principle when something threatens to cause you pain: the thing itself was no misfortune at all; to endure it and prevail is great good fortune. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1096:The honest and good man ought to be exactly like a man who smells strong, so that the bystander as soon as he comes near him must smell whether he choose or not. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1097:The whole universe is change and life itself is but what you deem it - either gratefully better than or bitterly worse than something else that you alone choose. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1098:Whenever you are about to find fault with someone, ask yourself the following question: What fault of mine most nearly resembles the one I am about to criticize? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1099:When you are offended at anyone's fault, turn to yourself and study your own failings. By attending to them, you will forget your anger and learn to live wisely. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1100:Your manners will depend very much upon the quality of what you frequently think on; for the soul is as it were tinged with the colour and complexion of thought. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1101:Don’t look at things the way wrong-doers do. Don’t look at things as wrong-doers want you too, either. Instead, strive to see things in truth, as they really are. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1102:Everything is banal in experience, fleeting in duration, sordid in content; in all respects the same today as generations now dead and buried have found it to be. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1103:The mind adapts and converts to its own purposes the obstacle to our acting. The impediment to action advances action. What stands in the way becomes the way. 21. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1104:The perfection of moral character consists in this, in passing every day as the last, and in being neither violently excited nor torpid nor playing the hypocrite. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1105:When we consider we are bound to be serviceable to mankind, and bear with their faults, we shall perceive there is a common tie of nature and relation between us. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1106:As the same fire assumes different shapes When it consumes objects differing in shape, So does the one Self take the shape Of every creature in whom he is present. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1107:Inquire of yourself as soon as you wake from sleep, whether it will make any difference to you, if another does what is just and right. It will make no difference. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1108:Take away thy opinion, and then there is taken away the complaint, “I have been harmed.” Take away the complaint, “I have been harmed,” and the harm is taken away. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1109:all these things, which thou seest, change immediately and will no longer be; and constantly bear in mind how many of these changes thou hast already witnessed. The ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1110:Anything in any way beautiful derives its beauty from itself and asks nothing beyond itself. Praise is no part of it, for nothing is made worse or better by praise. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1111:God give me patience, to reconcile with what I am not able to change
Give me strength to change what I can
And give me wisdom to distinguish one from another. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1112:If man reflects on the changes and transformations which follow one another like wave after wave and their rapidity, he will despise everything which is perishable. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1113:Retire into thyself. The rational principle which rules has this nature,
that it is content with itself when it does what is just, and so secures
tranquility. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1114:Take away your opinion, and then there is taken away the complaint, 'I have been harmed.' Take away the complaint, 'I have been harmed,' and the harm is taken away. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1115:The man of ambition thinks to find his good in the operations of others; the man of pleasure in his own sensations; but the man of understanding in his own actions. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1116:The others obey their own lead, follow their own impulses. Don't be distracted. Keep walking. Follow your own nature, and follow Nature - along the road they share. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1117:And so accept everything that happens, even if it is disagreeable, because it leads to this, to the health of the universe and to the prosperity and felicity of Zeus ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1118:Bear in mind that everything that exists is already fraying at the edges, and in transition, subject to fragmentation and to rot. Or that everything was born to die. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1119:Don’t imagine that something is good for you if, in pursuing it, you must break a promise, harm anyone else, lose self-respect, act hypocritically, or hide in shame. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1120: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 moment. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1121:A key point to bear in mind: The value of attentiveness varies in proportion to its object. You’re better off not giving the small things more time than they deserve. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1122:All things are the same, familiar in enterprise, momentary in endurance, coarse in substance. All things now are as they were in the day of those whom we have buried. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1123:El arte de vivir es más parecido al de la lucha que al de la danza en la medida que, ante lo que le cae a uno de improviso, hay que mantenerse preparado y sin caerse. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1124:For then thou wilt neither blame those who offend involuntarily, nor wilt thou want their approbation, if thou lookest to the sources of their opinions and appetites. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1125:From my Great-grandfather, not to have frequented public schools, and to have had good teachers at home, and to know that on such things a man should spend liberally. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1126: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,
1127:Just when the gods had ceased to be, and the Christ had not yet come, there was a unique moment in history, between Cicero and Marcus Aurelius, when man stood alone. ~ Gustave Flaubert,
1128:Most of what we say and do is not essential. If you can eliminate it, you'll have more time, and more tranquillity. Ask yourself at every moment, 'Is this necessary?' ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1129:Once you have done a man a service, what more reward would you have? Is it not enough to have obeyed the laws of your own nature, without expecting to be paid for it? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1130:Regain your senses, call yourself back, and once again wake up. Now that you realize that only dreams were troubling you, view this 'reality' as you view your dreams. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1131:Think on this doctrine, - that reasoning beings were created for one another's sake; that to be patient is a branch of justice, and that men sin without intending it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1132:To the gods I am indebted for having good grandfathers, good parents, a good sister, good teachers, good associates, good kinsmen and friends, nearly everything good. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1133:We ought to do good to others as simply as a horse runs, or a bee makes honey, or a vine bears grapes season after season without thinking of the grapes it has borne. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1134:Finally, in every event which leads you to sorrow, remember to use this principle: that this is not a misfortune, but that to bear it like a brave man is good fortune. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1135:If you are pained by any external thing, it is not this thing that disturbs you, but your own judgment about it. And it is in your power to wipe out this judgment now. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1136:Say this to yourself in the morning: Today I shall have to do with meddlers, with the ungrateful, with the insolent, with the crafty, with the envious and the selfish. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1137:The Roman religion was in fact of the nature of a bargain: men paid certain sacrifices and rites, and the gods granted their favour, irrespective of right or wrong. In ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1138:A man when he has done a good act, does not call out for others to come and see, but he goes on to another act, as a vine goes on to produce again the grapes in season. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1139:Everything is here for a purpose, from horses to vine shoots. What's surprising about that? Even the sun will tell you, "I have a purpose," and the other goods as well. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1140: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,
1141:There is a limit circumscribed to your time – if you do not use it to clear away your clouds, it will be gone, and you will be gone, and the opportunity will not return ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1142: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,
1143:Adapt yourself to the things among which your lot has been cast and love sincerely the fellow creatures with whom destiny has ordained that you shall live.’ Marcus Aurelius ~ Wendy Holden,
1144:a man when he has done a good act, does not call out for others to come and see, but he goes on to another act, as a vine goes on to produce again the grapes in season.- ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1145:Either teach them better if it be in thy power; or if it be not, remember that for
this use, to bear with them patiently, was mildness and goodness granted unto thee. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1146:Forget everything else. Keep hold of this alone and remember it: Each of us lives only now, this brief instant. The rest has been lived already, or is impossible to see. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1147:How good it is, when you have roast meat or suchlike foods before you, to impress on your mind that this is the dead body of a fish, this the dead body of a bird or pig. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1148:Remember how long thou hast already put off these things, and how often a certain day and hour as it were, having been set unto thee by the gods, thou hast neglected it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1149:Habite en ti la serenidad, la ausencia de necesidad de ayuda externa y de la tranquilidad que procuran otros. Conviene, por consiguiente, mantenerse recto, no enderezado. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1150:He who pays no attention to what his neighbor does, says or thinks, preferring to concentrate on making his own actions appropriate and justifiable, better uses his time. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1151:I learned endurance of labour, and to want little, and to work with my own hands, and not to meddle with other people's affairs, and not to be ready to listen to slander. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1152:The soul is dyed by the thoughts. Dye it then, with a continuous series of such thoughts as these - that where a man can live, there - if he will - he can also live well. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1153:Whatever any one does or says, I must be good; just as if the emerald were always saying this: "Whatever any one does or says, I must still be emerald, and keep my color. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1154:• Whatever anyone does or says, I must be good; just as if the emerald were always saying this: "Whatever anyone does or says, I must still be emerald, and keep my color. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1155:2.12 Es propio de la facultad inteligente fijarse en cómo desaparece rápidamente todo, las propias personas en el universo, los recuerdos de esas personas en el tiempo; en ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1156:Attend to the matter before you, whether it is an opinion or an act or a word. You suffer this justly: for you choose rather to become good tomorrow than to be good today. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1157:Don't be ashamed to need help. Like a soldier storming a wall, you have a mission to accomplish. And if you've been wounded and you need a comrade to pull you up? So what? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1158:Don’t be ashamed to need help. Like a soldier storming a wall, you have a mission to accomplish. And if you’ve been wounded and you need a comrade to pull you up? So what? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1159:If you find something very difficult to achieve yourself, don’t imagine it impossible—for anything possible and proper for another person can be achieved as easily by you. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1160:It is a base thing for the countenance to be obedient and to regulate and compose itself as the mind commands, and for the mind not to be regulated and composed by itself. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1161:It will suffice thee to remember as concerning pain ... that the mind may, by stopping all manner of commerce and sympathy with the body, still retain its own tranquility. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1162:Practice even what seems impossible. The left hand is useless at almost everything, for lack of practice. But it guides the reins better than the right. From practice.  7. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1163:The mind in itself wants nothing, unless it creates a want for itself; therefore it is both free from perturbation and unimpeded, if it does not perturb and impede itself. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1164:To pass through this brief life as nature demands. To give it up without complaint. Like an olive that ripens and falls. Praising its mother, thanking the tree it grew on. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1165:Failure to observe what is in the mind of another has seldom made a man unhappy; but those who do not observe the movements of their own minds must of necessity be unhappy. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1166:If this is neither my own badness, nor an effect of my own badness, and the common weal is not injured, why am I troubled about it? And what is the harm to the common weal? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1167:In man's life, time is but a moment; being, a flux; sense is dim; the material frame corruptible; soul, an eddy of breath; fortune a thing inscrutable, and fame precarious. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1168:The earth, saith the poet, doth often long after the rain. So is the glorious sky often as desirous to fall upon the earth, which argues a mutual kind of love between them. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1169:When you have done a good deed that another has had the benefit of, why do you need a third reward-as fools do-praise for having done well or looking for a favor in return. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1170:Beautiful things of any kind are beautiful in themselves and sufficient to themselves. Praise is extraneous. The object of praise remains what it was—no better and no worse. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1171:Because most of what we say and do is not essential. If you can eliminate it, you’ll have more time, and more tranquillity. Ask yourself at every moment, “Is this necessary? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1172:Nothing that goes on in anyone else’s mind can harm you. Nor can the shifts and changes in the world around you. —Then where is harm to be found? In your capacity to see it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1173:One Universe made up of all that is; and one God in it all, and one principle of Being, and one Law, the Reason, shared by all thinking creatures, and one Truth. MARCUS AURELIUS ~ Brian Tracy,
1174:Remember what Marcus Aurelius said:

"Accept the things to which life binds you, and love the people with whom life brings you together, but do so with all your heart. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1175:Take the shortest route, the one that nature planned—to speak and act in the healthiest way. Do that, and be free of pain and stress, free of all calculation and pretension. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1176:When you face someone’s insults, hatred, whatever … look at his soul. Get inside him. Look at what sort of person he is. You’ll find you don’t need to strain to impress him. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1177:Why should a man have any apprehension about the change and dissolution of all the elements? For it is according to nature, and nothing is evil which is according to nature. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1178:XLVI. The ambitious supposeth another man's act, praise and applause, to be his own happiness; the voluptuous his own sense and feeling; but he that is wise, his own action. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1179:Y recuerda que has de tratarles como a hombres, porque son tan humanos como tú y por tanto te resultan tan imprescindibles como la mandíbula inferior lo es para la superior. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1180: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 contribute to the harmony of the world. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1181:...because most of what we say and do is not essential. If you can eliminate it, you'll have more time and more tranquillity. Ask yourself at every moment, is this necessary… ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1182:Death is a release from the impressions of the senses, and from desires that make us their puppets, and from the vagaries of the mind, and from the hard service of the flesh. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1183:For the present is the only thing of which a man can be deprived, if it is true that this is the only thing which he has, and that a man cannot lose a thing if he has it not. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1184:...if a man comes to his fortieth year, and has any understanding at all, he has virtually seen - thanks to their similarity - all possible happenings, both past and to come. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1185: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,
1186:If now you choose what is for your spiritual advantage, hold it fast; if what is for your bodily advantage, admit that it is so chosen, and keep your choice with all modesty. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1187:Never shirk the proper dispatch of your duty, no matter if you are freezing or hot, groggy or well-rested, vilified or praised, not even if dying or pressed by other demands. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1188:None of us have much time. And yet you act as if things were eternal—the way you fear and long for them.… Before long, darkness. And whoever buries you mourned in their turn. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1189:Think of what you have rather than of what you lack. Of the things you have, select the best and then reflect how eagerly you would have sought them if you did not have them. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1190:Today I escaped from the crush of circumstances, or better put, I threw them out, for the crush wasn’t from outside me but in my own assumptions.” —MARCUS AURELIUS, MEDITATIONS, ~ Ryan Holiday,
1191:But if we judge only those things which are in our power to be good or bad, there remains no reason either for finding fault with God or standing in a hostile attitude to man. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1192:The happiness and unhappiness of the rational, social animal depends not on what he feels but on what he does; just as his virtue and vice consist not in feeling but in doing. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1193:Ambition means tying your well-being to what other people say or do. Self-indulgence means tying it to the things that happen to you. Sanity means tying it to your own actions. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1194:I have often wondered how it is that every man loves himself more than all the rest of men, but yet sets less value on his own opinion of himself than on the opinion of others. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1195:Take the shortest route. The one that nature planned - to speak and act in the healthiest way. Do that, and be free of pain and stress, free of all calculations and pretension. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1196:The time is at hand when you will have forgotten everything; and the time is at hand when all will have forgotten you. Always reflect that soon you will be no one, and nowhere. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1197:Thou art a little soul bearing about a corpse, as Epictetus used to say. It is no evil for things to undergo change, and no good for things to subsist in consequence of change. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1198:We need to master the art of acquiescence. We need to pay attention to our impulses, making sure they don’t go unmoderated, that they benefit others, that they’re worthy of us. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1199:And as upon thy face and looks, thy mind hath easily power over them to keep them to that which is grave and decent; so let it challenge the same power over the whole body also. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1200:The ruling power within, when it is in its natural state, is so related to outer circumstances that it easily changes to accord with what can be done and what is given it to do. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1201:The way to peace is to be content with yourself, honor the light of reason within, live in harmony with others, and be grateful to the gods for the universe and your role in it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1202:Tres son las relaciones. Una con el recipiente[388] que nos contiene, otra con la causa divina a partir de la cual suceden a todos todas las cosas y otra con quienes convivimos. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1203:All that is not eternal is eternally out of date. C. S. LEWIS, The Four Loves Life is short. Eternity is long. BENTLEY LITTLE, His Father's Son What we do now echoes in eternity. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1204:Desde el alba hay que decirse con énfasis a uno mismo: me toparé con el entrometido, con el desagradecido, con el soberbio, con el taimado, con el malicioso, el insociable. Todos ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1205:I have often wondered how it is that every man loves himself more than all the rest of men, but yet sets less value on his own opinions of himself than on the opinions of others. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1206:Objective judgment, now, at this very moment. Unselfish action, now, at this very moment. Willing acceptance—now, at this very moment—of all external events. That’s all you need. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1207:All things of the body stream away like a river, all things of the mind are dreams and delusion; life is warfare, and a visit to a strange land; the only lasting fame is oblivion. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1208:Is your cucumber bitter? Throw it away. Are there briars in your path? Turn aside. That is enough. Do not go on and ay, 'Why were things of this sort ever brought into the world?' ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1209:Pray look upon the plants and birds, the ants, spiders, and bees, and you will see them all exerting their nature, and busy in their station. Pray, shall not a man act like a man? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1210:Today I escaped from the crush of circumstances, or better put, I threw them out, for the crush wasn’t from outside me but in my own assumptions.” —MARCUS AURELIUS, MEDITATIONS, 9.13 ~ Ryan Holiday,
1211:You exist but as a part inherent in a greater whole. Do not live as though you had a thousand years before you. The common due impends; while you live, and while you may, be good. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1212:Ifit be a thing external that causes thy grief, know, that it is not that properly that doth cause it, but thine own conceit and opinion concerning the thing: which thou mayest rid ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1213:Observe always that everything is the result of change, and get used to thinking that there is nothing Nature loves so well as to change existing forms and make new ones like them. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1214:Time is like a river. As soon as a thing is seen, it is carried away and another takes its place, and then that other is carried away also. —MARCUS AURELIUS, MEDITATIONS         DAVE ~ Jack McDevitt,
1215:25. Try how the life of the good man suits thee, the life of him who is satisfied with his portion out of the whole, and satisfied with his own just acts and benevolent disposition. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1216:Failure to read what is happening in another's soul is not easily seen as a cause of unhappiness: but those who fail to attend the motions of their own soul are necessarily unhappy. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1217:I bless the gods for not letting my education in rhetoric, poetry, and other literary studies come easily to me, and thereby sparing me from an absorbing interest in these subjects. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1218:Each of us lives only now, this brief instant. The rest been lived already, or is impossible to see. The span we live is small - small as the corner of the earth in which we live it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1219:There must be a technique for meeting pain. There must be a technique of endurance based on the power of the soul to maintain its own serenity, as Marcus Aurelius taught long ago. ~ Ray Stannard Baker,
1220:Whatever is in any way beautiful hath its source of beauty in itself, and is complete in itself; praise forms no part of it. So it is none the worse nor the better for being praised. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1221:Everywhere and at all times it is in thy power piously to acquiesce in thy present condition, and to behave justly to those who are about thee, and to exert thy skill upon thy present ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1222: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 moment.” –Marcus Aurelius ~ Timothy Ferriss,
1223:Is any man so foolish as to fear change, to which all things that once were not owe their being? And what is it, that is more pleasing and more familiar to the nature of the universe? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1224:Objective judgement, now, at this very moment. Unselfish action, now, at this very moment. Willing acceptance - now, at this very moment - of all external events. That's all you need. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1225:thereby gain much leisure, and save much trouble, and therefore at every action a man must privately by way of admonition suggest unto himself, What? may not this that now I go about, ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1226:Thou must be like a promontory of the sea, against which though the waves beat
continually, yet it both itself stands, and about it are those swelling waves stilled and
quieted. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1227:We have the power to hold no opinion about a thing and to not let it upset our state of mind—for things have no natural power to shape our judgments.” —MARCUS AURELIUS, MEDITATIONS, 6.52 ~ Ryan Holiday,
1228:We must press on then, in haste; not simply because every hour brings us nearer to death, but because even before then our powers of perception and comprehension begin to deteriorate. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1229:Estás viendo qué pocas son las cosas que debe uno dominar para poder vivir una vida próspera y respetuosa con la divinidad, porque los dioses no exigirán nada más al que mantenga esto. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1230:I was once a fortunate man but at some point fortune abandoned me. But true good fortune is what you make for yourself. Good fortune: good character, good intentions, and good actions. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1231:...small too even the longest fame thereafter, which is itself subject to a succession of little men who quickly die, and have no knowledge of themselves, let alone of those long dead. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1232:the term of your time is circumscribed, and that unless you use it to attain calm of mind, time will be gone and you will be gone and the opportunity to use it will not be yours again. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1233:Turn thy thoughts now to the consideration of thy life, thy life as a child, as a youth, thy manhood, thy old age, for in these also every change was a death. Is this anything to fear? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1234:Your principles have life in them. For how can they perish, unless the ideas that correspond to them are extinguished? And it is up to you to be constantly fanning them into new flame. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1235:Adorn thyself with simplicity and with indifference towards the things which lie between virtue and vice. Love mankind. Follow God. The poet says that Law rules all. And it is enough to ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1236:Be mindful at all times of the following: the nature of the whole universe, the nature of the part that is me, the relation of the one to the other, the one so vast, the other so small. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1237:Does the light of the lamp shine without losing its splendour until it is extinguished; and shall the truth which is in thee and justice and temperance be extinguished before thy death? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1238:Forward, as occasion offers. Never look round to see whether any shall note it.... Be satisfied with success in even the smallest matter, and think that even such a result is no trifle. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1239:No state sorrier than that of the man who keeps up a continual round, and pries into "the secrets of the nether world," as saith the poet, and is curious in conjecture of what is in his ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1240:Observe always that everything is the result of a change, and get used to thinking that there is nothing Nature loves so well as to change existing forms and to make new ones like them. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1241:Spend not the remnant of thy days in thoughts and fancies concerning other men, when it is not in relation to some common good, when by it thou art hindered from some other better work. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1242:Thanks to the gods I didn't spend much time while growing up with my grandfather's mistress and preserved the flower of my youth, waiting for the proper time to demonstrate my virility. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1243:Do not consider anything for your interest which makes you break your word, quit your modesty or inclines you to any practice which will not bear the light or look the world in the face. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1244:If you are distressed by anything external, the pain is not due to the thing itself but to your own estimate of it; and this you have the power to revoke at any moment.” —MARCUS AURELIUS ~ Anthony Robbins,
1245:nor does he deviate from the way which leads to the end of life, to which a man ought to come pure, tranquil, ready to depart, and without any compulsion perfectly reconciled to his lot. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1246:The true joy of humankind is in doing that which is most proper to our nature; and the first property of people is to be kindly affected towards them that are of one kind with ourselves. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1247:Through not observing what is in the mind of another a man has seldom been seen to be unhappy; but those who do not observe the movements of their own minds must of necessity be unhappy. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1248:When jarred, unavoidably, by circumstance revert at once to yourself and don't lose the rhythm more than you can help. You'll have a better grasp of harmony if you keep going back to it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1249:And can anything else that is useful be accomplished without change? Do you not see then that for yourself also to change is just the same, and equally necessary for the universal nature? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1250:Bear in mind that the measure of a man is the worth of the things he cares about. If it is good to say or do something, then it is even better to be criticized for having said or done it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1251:Constantly contemplate the whole of time and the whole of substance, and consider that all individual things as to substance are a grain of a fig, and as to time the turning of a gimlet . ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1252:Every being ought to do that which is according to its constitution; and all other things have been constituted for the sake of the superior, but the rational for the sake of one another. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1253:From the philosopher Catulus, never to be dismissive of a friend's accusation, even if it seems unreasonable, but to make every effort to restore the relationship to its normal condition. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1254:It is not the body, nor the personality that is the true self. The true self is eternal. Even on the point of death we can say to ourselves, "my true self is free. I cannot be contained." ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1255:Jos jokin tuntuu sinusta vaikealta, niin älä ajattele, että ihminen ei voi sitä kestää. Jos sen sijaan jokin on mahdollista ihmisen suorittaa, niin arvele voivasi itsekin siitä selviytyä. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1256:Remember, however, that you are formed by nature to bear everything whose tolerability depends on your own opinion to make it so, by thinking that it is in your interest or duty to do so. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1257:Remember that neither the future nor the past pains thee, but only the present. But this is reduced to a very little, if thou only circumscribest it, and chidest thy mind, if it is unable ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1258:The happiness of your life depends upon the quality of your thoughts: therefore, guard accordingly, and take care that you entertain no notions unsuitable to virtue and reasonable nature. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1259:When the object perishes, the pneuma that animated it is reabsorbed into the logos as a whole. This process of destruction and reintegration happens to individual objects at every moment. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1260:As far as you can, get into the habit of asking yourself in relation to any action taken by another: "What is his point of reference here?" But begin with yourself: examine yourself first. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1261:Embellish the soul with simplicity, with prudence, and everything which is neither virtuous nor vicious. Love all men. Walk according to God; for, as a poet hath said, his laws govern all. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1262:From my great-grandfather: not to have attended schools for the public; to have had good teachers at home, and to realize that this is the sort of thing on which one should spend lavishly. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1263:I was once a fortunate man but at some point fortune abandoned me.
But true good fortune is what you make for yourself. Good fortune: good character, good intentions, and good actions. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1264:Take it that you have died today, and your life's story is ended; and henceforward regard what future time may be given you as uncovenanted surplus, and live it out in harmony with nature. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1265:The art of living is more like wrestling than dancing, because an artful life requires being prepared to meet and withstand sudden and unexpected attacks.” —MARCUS AURELIUS, MEDITATIONS, 7.61 ~ Ryan Holiday,
1266:Whatever happens to you has been waiting to happen since the beginning of time. The twining strands of fate wove both of them together: your own existence and the things that happen to you ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1267:Death and life, success and failure, pain and pleasure, wealth and poverty, all these happen to good and bad alike, and they are neither noble nor shameful - and hence neither good nor bad. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1268:Expect change. Accept death. Enjoy life. As Marcus Aurelius explained, the brains that got you through the troubles you have had so far will get you through any troubles yet to come. ~ Jennifer Michael Hecht,
1269:In the case of all things which have a certain constitution, whatever harm may happen to any of them, that which is affected becomes consequently worse; but in like case, a man becomes both ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1270:Marcus Aurelius is doubtful about immortality, but says, as a Christian might: 'Since it is possible that thou mayst depart from life this very moment, regulate every act and thought accordingly. ~ Anonymous,
1271:Neither must he use himself to cut off actions only, but thoughts and imaginations also, that are unnecessary for so will unnecessary consequent actions the better be prevented and cut off. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1272:Objective judgment, now at this very moment. Unselfish action, now at this very moment. Willing acceptance—now at this very moment—of all external events. That’s all you need. —MARCUS AURELIUS ~ Ryan Holiday,
1273:Remember that our efforts are subject to circumstances; you weren’t aiming to do the impossible. —Aiming to do what, then? To try. And you succeeded. What you set out to do is accomplished. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1274:Similarly, man is born for deeds of kindness; and when he has done a kindly action, or otherwise served the common welfare, he has done what he was made for, and has received his quittance. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1275:Što god itko učini ili kaže, ja moram biti dobar čovjek. Kao da smaragd, ili zlato, ili purpur, neprekidno govore: ''Što god itko učini ili kaže, moram biti smaragd i očuvati vlastitu boju. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1276:That you don’t know for sure it is a mistake. A lot of things are means to some other end. You have to know an awful lot before you can judge other people’s actions with real understanding. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1277:The existence of evil does not harm the world. And an individual act of evil does not harm the victim. Only one person is harmed by it—and he can stop being harmed as soon as he decides to. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1278:Time is a sort of river of passing events, and strong is its current; no sooner is a thing brought to sight than it is swept by and another takes its place, and this too will be swept away. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1279:Whatever happens to you has been waiting to happen since the beginning of time. The twining strands of fate wove both of them together: your own existence and the things that happen to you. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1280:Ambition means tying your well-being to what other people say or do.

Self-indulgence means tying it to the things that happen to you.

Sanity means tying it to your own actions. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1281:Another useful point to bear in mind: What qualities has nature given us to counter that defect? As an antidote to unkindness it gave us kindness. And other qualities to balance other flaws. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1282:But death and life, success and failure, pain and pleasure, wealth and poverty, all these happen to good and bad alike, and they are neither noble or shameful—and hence neither good nor bad. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1283:Death is such as generation is, a mystery of nature; a composition out of the same elements, and a decomposition into the same; and altogether not a thing of which any man should be ashamed, ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1284:Does another do me wrong? Let him look to it. He has his own disposition, his own activity. I now have what the universal nature wills me to have; and I do what my nature now wills me to do. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1285:From my grandfather's father, I learned to dispense with attendance at public schools, and to enjoy good teachers at home, and to recognize that on such things money should be eagerly spent. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1286:Nature which governs the whole will soon change all things which you see, and out of their substance will make other things and again other things... in order that the world may be ever new. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1287:Think not so much of what you lack as of what you have: but of the things that you have, select the best, and then reflect on how eagerly you would have sought them if you did not have them. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1288:Whatever may happen to you, it was prepared for you from all eternity; and the implication of causes was from eternity spinning the thread of your being, and of that which is incident to it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1289:What makes for a worthy goal? Not to chase things that are popularly considered good, like pleasures and fame, but to live according to your nature, following reason and benefitting society. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1290:Can we wonder that men perish and are forgotten, when their noblest and most enduring works decay? Death comes even to monumental structures, and oblivion rests on the most illustrious names. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1291:I can at once become happy anywhere, for he is happy who has found himself a happy lot. In a word, happiness lies all in the functions of reason, in warrantable desires and virtuous practice. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1292:When jarred, unavoidably, by circumstance, revert at once to yourself, and don’t lose the rhythm more than you can help. You’ll have a better group of harmony if you keep on going back to it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1293:A prudent governor will not roughly oppose even the superstitions of his people; and though he may wish they were wiser, he will know that he cannot make them so by offending their prejudices. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1294:Do not indulge in dreams of having what you have not, but reckon up the chief of the blessings you do possess, and then thankfully remember how you would crave for them if they were not yours. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1295:From my grandfather's father, [I learned] to dispense with attendance at public schools, and to enjoy good teachers at home, and to recognize that on such things money should be eagerly spent. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1296:Unhappy am I because this has happened to me.- Not so, but happy am I, though this has happened to me, because I continue free from pain, neither crushed by the present nor fearing the future. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1297:55. The existence of evil does not harm the world. And an individual act of evil does not harm the victim. Only one person is harmed by it—and he can stop being harmed as soon as he decides to. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1298:Consider frequently the connection of all things in the universe and their relation to one another. For things are somehow implicated with one another, and all in a way friendly to one another. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1299:Everything that happens is either endurable or not. If it’s endurable, then endure it. Stop complaining. If it’s unendurable … then stop complaining. Your destruction will mean its end as well. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1300:He who loves fame considers another man’s activity to be his own good; and he who loves pleasure, his own sensations; but he who has understanding, considers his own acts to be his own good. It ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1301:In one way an arrow moves, in another way the mind. The mind indeed, both when it exercises caution and when it is employed about inquiry, moves straight onward not the less, and to its object. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1302:Look at everything that exists, and observe that it is already in dissolution and in change, and as it were putrefaction or dispersion, or that everything is so constituted by nature as to die. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1303:-Moja loša sreća kriva je što me to snašlo.-Ne, radije reci: Moja je sreća, što, iako me to snašlo, mogu sve to otrpjeti bez patnje, da me sadašnjica ne zdrobi, i da ne strepim pred budućnošću. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1304:Remember that all is opinion. For what was said by the Cynic Monimus is manifest: and manifest too is the use of what was said, if a man receives what may be got out of it as far as it is true. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1305:Things have no hold on the soul. They have no access to it, cannot move or direct it. It is moved and directed by itself alone. It takes the things before it and interprets them as it sees fit. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1306:Treat with utmost respect your power of forming opinions, for this power alone guards you against making assumptions that are contrary to nature and judgments that overthrow the rule of reason. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1307:With respect to pain, then, and pleasure, or death and life, or honour and dishonour, which the universal nature employs equally, whoever is not equally affected is manifestly acting impiously. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1308:If some one tells you that so and so speaks ill of you, do not defend yourself against what he says, but answer, 'He did not know my other faults, or he would not have mentioned these alone.' It ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1309:It is not the weight of the future or the past that is pressing upon you, but ever that of the present alone. Even this burden, too, can be lessened if you confine it strictly to its own limits. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1310:That way you'll see human life for what it is. Smoke. Nothing. Especially when you recall that once things alter they cease to exist through all the endless years to come. Then why such turmoil? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1311:To my great-grandfather I owed the advice to dispense with the education of the schools and have good masters at home instead - and to realize that no expense should be grudged for this purpose. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1312:I am unhappy, because this has happened to me.” Not so: say, “I am happy, though this has happened to me, because I continue free from pain, neither crushed by the present nor fearing the future. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1313:In death, Alexander of Macedon's end differed no whit from his stable-boy's. Either both were received into the same generative principle of the universe, or both alike were dispersed into atoms. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1314:Moreover, to endure labour; nor to need many things; when I have anything to do, to do it myself rather than by others; not to meddle with many businesses; and not easily to admit of any slander. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1315:the Stoics had always approved of participation in public life, and this stand struck a chord with the Roman aristocracy, whose code of values placed a premium on political and military activity. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1316:Though thou be destined to live three thousand years and as many myriads besides, yet remember that no man loseth other life than that which he liveth, nor liveth other than that which he loseth. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1317:If you suffer distress because of some external cause, it is not the thing itself that troubles you but your judgement about it, and it is within your power to cancel that judgement at any moment. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1318:In your actions, don't procrastinate. In your conversations, don't confuse. In your thoughts, don't wander. In your soul, don't be passive or aggressive. In your life, don't be all about business. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1319:No matter what anyone says or does, my task is to be good. Like gold or emerald or purple repeating to itself, “No matter what anyone says or does, my task is to be emerald, my color undiminished. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1320:no matter what anyone says or does, my task is to be good. like gold or emerald or purple repeating to itself, "no matter what anyone says or does, my task is to be emerald, my color undiminished. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1321:The universal nature out of the universal substance, as if it were wax, now molds a horse, and when it has broken this up, it uses the material for a tree, then for a man, then for something else. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1322:They know not how many things are signified by the words stealing, sowing, buying, keeping quiet, seeing what ought to be done; for this is not effected by the eyes, but by another kind of vision. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1323:A prudent governor will not roughly oppose even the superstitions of his people; and though he may wish that they were wiser, he will know that he cannot make them so by offending their prejudices. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1324:Casting therefore all other things aside, keep thyself to these few, and remember withal that no man properly can be said to live more than that which is now present, which is but a moment of time. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1325:That to expect bad people not to injure others is crazy. It's to ask the impossible. And to let them behave like that to other people but expect them to exempt you is arrogant--the act of a tyrant. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1326:30. A philosopher without clothes and one without books. “I have nothing to eat,” says he, as he stands there half-naked, “but I subsist on the logos.” And with nothing to read, I subsist on it too. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1327:He who has seen present things has seen all, both everything which has taken place from all eternity and everything which will be for time without end; for all things are of one kin and of one form. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1328:If our intellectual part is common, the reason also, in respect of which we are rational beings, is common: if this is so, common also is the reason which commands us what to do, and what not to do; ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1329:I'm going to be meeting with people today who talk too much - people who are selfish, egotistical, ungrateful. But I won't be surprised or disturbed, for I can't imagine a world without such people. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1330:Thus thou must use to keep thyself to the first motions and apprehensions of things, as they present themselves outwardly; and add not unto them from within thyself through mere conceit and opinion. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1331:There is such a torture, happily unknown to ancient tyranny, as talking a man to death. Marcus Aurelius advises to assent readily to great talkers--in hopes, I suppose, to put an end to the argument. ~ Laurence Sterne,
1332:to say all in a word, everything which belongs to the body is a stream, and what belongs to the soul is a dream and vapour, and life is a warfare and a stranger’s sojourn, and after-fame is oblivion. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1333:Another does wrong. What is that to me? Let him look to it; he has his own disposition, his own activity. I have now what Universal Nature wills me to have, and I do what my own nature wills me to do. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1334:Death is a cessation of the impressions through the senses, and of the pulling of the strings that move the appetites, and of the discursive movements of the thoughts, and of the service to the flesh. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1335:External things are not the problem. It’s your assessment of them. Which you can erase right now. If the problem is something in your own character, who’s stopping you from setting your mind straight? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1336:If any external thing causes you distress, it is not the thing itself that troubles you, but your own judgment about it. And this you have the power to eliminate now. Marcus Aurelius, Meditations 8.47 ~ Ward Farnsworth,
1337:If any man can convince and show me that I do not think or act right, I will gladly change; for I seek truth, by which no man was ever injured. But he is injured who abides in his error and ignorance. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1338:Forget everything else. Keep hold of this alone and remember it: Each of us lives only now, this brief instant. The rest has been lived already, or is impossible to see. The span we live is small—small ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1339:Objective judgment, now at this very moment. Unselfish action, now at this very moment. Willing acceptance—now at this very moment—of all external events. That’s all you need. — MARCUS AURELIUS Overcoming ~ Ryan Holiday,
1340: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,
1341:Thou must also take heed of another kind of wandering, for they are idle in their actions, who toil and labour in this life, and have no certain scope to which to direct all their motions, and desires. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1342: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,
1343: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,
1344:Above, below, all around are the movements of the elements. But the motion of virtue is in none of these: it is something more divine, and advancing by a way hardly observed it goes happily on its road. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1345:All that comes to pass is as familiar and well known as the rose in spring, and the grape in summer. Of like fashion are sickness, death, calumny, intrigue, and all that gladdens or saddens the foolish. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1346:Every man's happiness depends from himself, but behold thy life is almost at an end, whiles affording thyself no respect, thou dost make thy happiness to consist in the souls, and conceits of other men. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1347:When jarred, unavoidably, by circumstance revert at once to yourself and don’t lose the rhythm more than you can help. You’ll have a better grasp of harmony if you keep going back to it. —MARCUS AURELIUS A ~ Ryan Holiday,
1348:73. When you have done a good act and another has received it, why do you look for a third thing besides these, as fools do, either to have the reputation of having done a good act or to obtain a return? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1349:And that might be applied to him which is recorded of Socrates, that he was able both to abstain from, and to enjoy, those things which many are too weak to abstain from, and cannot enjoy without excess. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1350:Let it happen, if it wants, to whatever it can happen to. And what’s affected can complain about it if it wants. It doesn’t hurt me unless I interpret its happening as harmful to me. I can choose not to. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1351:Not to know what the world is is to be ignorant of where you are. Not to know why it’s here is to be ignorant of who you are. And what it is. Not to know any of this is to be ignorant of why you’re here. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1352: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,
1353:Time is like a river made up of the events which happen, and a violent stream; for as soon as a thing has been seen, it is carried away, and another comes in its place, and this will be carried away too. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1354:What progress, you ask, have I made? I have begun to be a friend to myself." That was indeed a great benefit; such a person can never be alone. You may be sure that such a man is a friend to all mankind. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1355:Am I doing anything? I do it with reference to the good of mankind. Does anything happen to me? I receive it and refer it to the gods, and the source of all things, from which all that happens is derived. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1356:Consider how quickly all things are dissolved and resolved: the bodies and substances themselves, into the matter and substance of the world: and their memories into the general age and time of the world. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1357:Remember that there is a God who desires neither praise nor glory from men created in his image, but rather that they, guided by the understanding given them, should in their actions become like unto him. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1358:Set aside a certain number of days, during which you shall be content with the scantiest and cheapest fare, with coarse and rough dress, saying to yourself the while: "Is this the condition that I feared? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1359:But death and life, honor and dishonor, pain and pleasure—all these things equally happen to good men and bad, being things which make us neither better nor worse. Therefore they are neither good nor evil. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1360:Men seek out retreats for themselves in the country, by the seaside, on the moutains . . . But all this is unphilosophical to the last degree . . . when thou canst at a moment's notice retire into thyself. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1361:Spend your brief moment according to nature's law, and serenely greet the journey's end as an olive falls when it is ripe, blessing the branch that bare it, and giving thanks to the tree that gave it life. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1362:Consider in what condition both in body and soul a man should be when he is overtaken by death; and consider the shortness of life, the boundless abyss of time past and future, the feebleness of all matter. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1363:My mind. What is it? What am I making of it? What am I using it for? Is it empty of thought? Isolated and torn loose from those around it? Melted into flesh and blended with it, so that it shares its urges? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1364:When you wake up in the morning, tell yourself: The people I deal with today will be meddling, ungrateful, arrogant, dishonest, jealous, and surly. They are like this because they can’t tell good from evil. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1365:14. Let it happen, if it wants, to whatever it can happen to. And what’s affected can complain about it if it wants. It doesn’t hurt me unless I interpret its happening as harmful to me. I can choose not to. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1366:Because your own strength is unequal to the task, do not assume that it is beyond the powers of man; but if anything is within the powers and province of man, believe that it is within your own compass also. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1367:How does your ruling reason manage itself? For in that is the key to everything. Whatever else remains, be it in the power of your choice or not, is but a corpse and smoke.” —MARCUS AURELIUS, MEDITATIONS, 12.33 ~ Ryan Holiday,
1368:Mihin tahansa kyllästyisinkin, niin aina pysyn onnellisena, sillä onnellinen on se, joka pystyy luomaan itselleen onnellisen kohtalon. Onnellinen kohtalo taas on hyvä mieliala, hyvät taipumukset, hyvät teot. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1369:no ser tramposo, tener nobleza, aguantar los trabajos, despreciar los placeres, no quejarse de tu destino, necesitar poco, la buena disposición, la liberalidad, la sencillez, no ser charlatán, la grandeza. ¿ ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1370:One of the recurring themes in Marcus' handbook is leadership's responsibility to work intelligently with what it is given and not waste time fantasizing about a world of flawless people and perfect choices. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1371:The Stoics aspired to the repression of all emotion, and the Epicureans to freedom from all disturbance; yet in the upshot the one has become a synonym of stubborn endurance, the other for unbridled licence. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1372:De multe ori am fost uimit de faptul ca fiecare, desi se iubeste pe sine insusi mai mult decat pe toti ceilalti, pune totusi mai putin pret pe propria parere despre sine decat pe parerea celorlalti despre el. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1373:Everywhere, at each moment, you have the option: • to accept this event with humility • to treat this person as he should be treated • to approach this thought with care, so that nothing irrational creeps in. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1374:Indeed, the application of the adjective “stoic” to a person who shows strength and courage in misfortune probably owes more to the aristocratic Roman value system than it does to Greek philosophers. Stoicism ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1375:A very ridiculous thing it is, that any man should dispense with vice and wickedness in himself, which is in his power to restrain; and should go about to suppress it in others, which is altogether impossible. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1376:Keep thyself therefore, truly simple, good, sincere, grave, free from all ostentation, a lover of that which is just, religious, kind, tender-hearted, strong and vigorous to undergo anything that becomes thee. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1377:There are three relations [between thee and other things]: the one to the body which surrounds thee; the second to the divine cause from which all things come to all; and the third to those who live with thee. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1378:Thou art an old man; no longer let this be a slave, no longer be pulled by the strings like a puppet to unsocial movements, no longer either be dissatisfied with thy present lot, or shrink from the future. All ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1379:To her who gives and takes back all, to nature, the man who is instructed and modest says, Give what thou wilt; take back what thou wilt. And he says this not proudly, but obediently and well pleased with her. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1380:And the great emperor Marcus Aurelius wrote: “If you are pained by external things, it is not they that disturb you, but your own judgment of them. And it is in your power to wipe out that judgment now. ~ Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi,
1381:Because a thing is difficult for you, do not therefore suppose it to be beyond mortal power. On the contrary, if anything is possible and proper for man to do, assume that it must fall within your own capacity. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1382:Honor and revere the gods, treat human beings as they deserve, be tolerant with others and strict with yourself. Remember, nothing belongs to you but your flesh and blood—and nothing else is under your control. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1383:The Way Through Them Objective judgment, now at this very moment. Unselfish action, now at this very moment. Willing acceptance—now at this very moment—of all external events. That’s all you need. —MARCUS AURELIUS ~ Ryan Holiday,
1384:Everything material soon disappears in the substance of the whole; and everything formal (causal) is very soon taken back into the universal reason; and the memory of everything is very soon overwhelmed in time. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1385:He that sinneth, sinneth unto himself. He that is unjust, hurts himself, in that he makes himself worse than he was before. Not he only that committeth, but he also that omitteth something, is oftentimes unjust. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1386:If something is difficult for you to accomplish, do not then think it impossible for any human being; rather, if it is humanly possible and corresponds to human nature, know that it is attainable by you as well. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1387:In the case of most pains let this remark of Epicurus aid thee, that the pain is neither intolerable nor everlasting, if thou bear in mind that it has its limits, and if thou addest nothing to it in imagination. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1388:In your actions, don’t procrastinate. In your conversations, don’t confuse. In your thoughts, don’t wander. In your soul, don’t be passive or aggressive. In your life, don’t be all about business.” —MARCUS AURELIUS ~ Ryan Holiday,
1389:it will help you a great deal to keep the gods in mind as well. What they want is not flattery, but for rational things to be like them. For figs to do what figs were meant to do—and dogs, and bees … and people. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1390:You always own the option of having no opinion. There is never any need to get worked up or to trouble your soul about things you can't control. These things are not asking to be judged by you. Leave them alone. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1391:Begin each day by telling yourself: Today I shall be meeting with interference, ingratitude, insolence, disloyalty, ill-will, and selfishness – all of them due to the offenders’ ignorance of what is good or evil. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1392:He that knoweth not what the world is, knoweth not where he himself is. And he that knoweth not what the world was made for, cannot possibly know either what are the qualities, or what is the nature of the world. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1393:If someone can prove me wrong and show me my mistake in any thought or action, I shall gladly change. I seek the truth, which never harmed anyone: the harm is to persist in one's own self-deception and ignorance. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1394:Never value anything as profitable that compels you to break your promise, to lose your self-respect, to hate any man, to suspect, to curse, to act the hypocrite, to desire anything that needs walls and curtains: ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1395:Observe constantly that all things take place by change, and accustom thyself to consider that the nature of the Universe loves nothing so much as to change the things which are, and to make new things like them. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1396:Por lo demás, todo lo que es bello en cierto modo, bello es por sí mismo, y termina en sí mísmo sin considerar el elogio como parte de sí mismo. En consecuencia, ni se empeora ni se mejora el objeto que se alaba. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1397:The things... which are proper to the understanding no other man is used to impede, for neither fire, nor iron, nor tyrant, nor abuse, touches it in any way. When it has been made a sphere, it continues a sphere. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1398:B.C.)—Stoicism stressed the search for inner peace and ethical certainty despite the apparent chaos of the external world by emulating in one’s personal conduct the underlying orderliness and lawfulness of nature. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1399:If any man is able to convince me and show me that I do not think or act right, I will gladly change; for I seek the truth by which no man was ever injured. But he is injured who abides in his error and ignorance. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1400:No hay que censurar a los dioses porque no yerran en nada, ni contra su voluntad ni a propósito. Tampoco a los hombres, porque en nada yerran si no es contra su voluntad. En conclusión no hay que censurar a nadie. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1401:that there is but a certain limit of time appointed unto thee, which if thou shalt not make use of to calm and allay the many distempers of thy soul, it will pass away and thou with it, and never after return. II. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1402:There is a kind of river of things passing into being and Time is a violent torrent. For no sooner is each seen, than it has been carried away, and another is being carried by, and that, too, will be carried away. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1403:The universe, then, is God, of whom the popular gods are manifestations; while legends and myths are allegorical. The soul of man is thus an emanation from the godhead, into whom it will eventually be re-absorbed. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1404:Why doth a little thing said or done against thee make thee sorry? It is no new thing; it is not the first, nor shall it be the last, if thou live long. At best suffer patiently, if thou canst not suffer joyously. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1405:Begin the morning by saying to thyself, I shall meet with the busybody, the ungrateful, arrogant, deceitful, envious, unsocial. All these things happen to them by reason of their ignorance of what is good and evil. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1406:Casting aside other things, hold to the precious few; and besides bear in mind that every man lives only the present, which is an indivisible point, and that all the rest of his life is either past or is uncertain. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1407:How free from all vanity he carried himself in matter of honour and dignity, (as they are esteemed:) his laboriousness and assiduity, his readiness to hear any man, that had aught to say tending to any common good: ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1408:Meditate upon what you ought to be in body and soul when death overtakes you; meditate on the brevity of life, and the measureless gulf of eternity behind it and before, and upon the frailty of everything material. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1409:The happiness of those who want to be popular depends on others; the happiness of those who seek pleasure fluctuates with moods outside their control; but the happiness of the wise grows out of their own free acts. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1410:This then remains: Remember to retire into this little territory of thy own, and, above all, do not distract or strain thyself, but be free, at look and things as a man, as a human being, as a citizen, as a mortal. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1411:When the longest- and shortest-lived of us dies their loss is precisely equal. For the sole thing of which any of us can be deprived is the present, since this is all we own, and nobody can lose what is not theirs. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1412:Alexander the Macedonian and his groom by death were brought to the same state; for either they were received among the same seminal principles of the universe, or they were alike dispersed among the atoms. Consider ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1413:If you do everything as if it were the last thing you were doing in your life, and stop being aimless, stop letting your emotions override what your mind tells you, stop being hypocritical, self-centered, irritable. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1414:IV. He that sinneth, sinneth unto himself. He that is unjust, hurts himself, in that he makes himself worse than he was before. Not he only that committeth, but he also that omitteth something, is oftentimes unjust. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1415:Nothing is so productive of greatness of mind as the ability to examine systematically and truthfully each thing we encounter in life, and to see these things in such a way as to comprehend the nature of the Cosmos. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1416:Our actions may be impeded by them, but there can be no impeding our intentions or our dispositions. Because we can accommodate and adapt. The mind adapts and converts to its own purposes the obstacle to our acting. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1417:Pass then through this little space of time conformably to nature, and end thy journey in content, just as an olive falls off when it is ripe, blessing nature who produced it, and thanking the tree on which it grew. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1418:To them that ask: Where hast thou seen the Gods, or how knowest thou certainly that there be Gods, that thou art so devout in their worship? I answer: Neither have I seen my own soul, and yet I respect and honor it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1419:A man standing by a spring of clear, sweet water and cursing it. While the fresh water keeps on bubbling up. He can shovel mud into it, or dung, and the stream will carry it away, wash itself clean, remain unstained. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1420:And why is it so hard when things go against you? If it’s imposed by nature, accept it gladly and stop fighting it. And if not, work out what your own nature requires, and aim at that, even if it brings you no glory. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1421:Give your heart to the trade you have learnt, and draw refreshment from it. Let the rest of your days be spent as one who has whole-heartedly committed his all to the gods and is thenceforth no man's master or slave. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1422:Let it be your constant method to look into the design of people's actions, and see what they would be at, as often as it is practicable; and to make this custom the more significant, practice it first upon yourself. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1423: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,
1424:to how much envy and fraud and hypocrisy the state of a tyrannous king is subject unto, and how they who are commonly called [Eupatridas Gk.], i.e. nobly born, are in some sort incapable, or void of natural affection. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1425:Your mind will be like its habitual thoughts; for the soul becomes dyed with the color of its thoughts. Soak it then in such trains of thoughts as, for example: Where life is possible at all, a right life is possible. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1426:If it's in your control, why do you do it? If it's in someone else's control, then who are you blaming? Atoms? The gods? Stupid either way. Blame no one. Set people straight, if you can. If not, just repair the damage. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1427:Persuade me or prove to me that I am mistaken in thought or deed, and I will gladly change - for it is the truth I seek, and the truth never harmed anyone. Harm comes from persisting in error and clinging to ignorance. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1428:things?—I was once a fortunate man, but I lost it, I know not how.—But fortunate means that a man has assigned to himself a good fortune: and a good fortune is good disposition of the soul, good emotions, good actions. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1429:To change your experience, change your opinion. If you’re upset by something outside you, it’s not the thing itself that upsets you, but your opinion of it. And it’s in your power to wipe away that opinion immediately. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1430: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,
1431:We should always try to find those things which do not separate us from other people but which unite us. To work against each other, to be angry and turn your back on each other, is to work against nature. —MARCUS AURELIUS ~ Leo Tolstoy,
1432:And in the case of superior things like stars, we discover a kind of unity in separation. The higher we rise on the scale of being, the easier it is to discern a connection even among things separated by vast distances. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1433:But death certainly, and life, honour and dishonour, pain and pleasure, all these things equally happen to good men and bad, being things which make us neither better nor worse. Therefore they are neither good nor evil. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1434:Everything is interwoven, and the web is holy; none of its parts are unconnected. They are composed harmoniously, and together they compose the world. One world, made up of all things. One divinity, present in them all. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1435:From Rusticus … I learned to read carefully and not be satisfied with a rough understanding of the whole, and not to agree too quickly with those who have a lot to say about something.” —MARCUS AURELIUS, MEDITATIONS, 1.7.3 ~ Ryan Holiday,
1436:If anyone can show me, and prove to me, that I am wrong in thought or deed, I will gladly change. I think the truth , which never yet hurt anybody. It is only persistence and self-delusion and ignorance which does harm. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1437:If therefore it be a thing external that causes thy grief, know, that it is not that properly that doth cause it, but thine own conceit and opinion concerning the thing: which thou mayest rid thyself of, when thou wilt. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1438:Not to waste time on nonsense. Not to be taken in by conjurors and hoodoo artists with their talk about incantations and exorcism and all the rest of it. Not to be obsessed with quail-fighting or other crazes like that. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1439: ‘If his mind is filled with nobility, with a grasp of all time, all existence, do you think our human life will mean much to him at all?’ “ ‘How could it?’ he said. “ ‘Or death be very frightening?’ “ ‘Not in the least. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1440:In materialistic terms, Marcus Aurelius might have been right in saying that “a man’s worth is no greater than the worth of his ambitions,” but perhaps he overlooked the fact that a man’s worth does not equal his well-being. ~ Meik Wiking,
1441:Menjalani kehidupan setiap harinya seolah - olah hari itu adalah hari terakhir, tidak pernah mengalami kebingungan, tidak pernah bersikap apatis, tidak pernah latah untuk ikut - ikutan, itu semua adalah karakter sempurna ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1442:Never value the advantages derived from anything involving breach of faith, loss of self-respect, hatred, suspicion, or execration of others, insincerity, or the desire for something which has to be veiled and curtained. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1443:Our task is this: to play our role to the best of our ability, then depart in contentment and gratitude, praying only that that the Playwright is pleased with our performance. Have you read the first book in this series? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1444:The nature of the universe is the nature of things that are. Now, things that are have kinship with things that are from the beginning. Further, this nature is styled Truth; and it is the first cause of all that is true. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1445:The offender needs pity, not wrath; those who must needs be corrected, should be treated with tact and gentleness; and one must be always ready to learn better. 'The best kind of revenge is, not to become like unto them. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1446:thou wilt cease to be held by pains and pleasures, and to be a slave to the vessel, which is as much inferior as that which serves it is superior: for the one is intelligence and deity; the other is earth and corruption. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1447:When force of circumstance upsets your equanimity lose no time in recovering your self-control, and do not remain out of tune longer than you can help. Habitual recurrence to the harmony will increase your mastery of it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1448:Call to mind the whole of Substance of which you have a very small portion, and the whole of time whereof a small hair's breadth has been determined for you, and of the chain of causation whereof you are how small a link. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1449:Contempla il corso degli astri52 immaginando di ruotare con loro e pensa come gli elementi si trasformano continuamente gli uni negli altri. Il pensiero di queste cose, infatti, purifica dalle brutture della vita terrena. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1450:It is right that man should love those who have offended him. He will do so when he remembers that all men are his relations, and that it is through ignorance and involuntarily that they sin,--and then we all die so soon. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1451:Neither in thy actions be sluggish nor in thy conversation without method, nor wandering in thy thoughts, nor let there be in thy soul inward contention nor external effusion, nor in life be so busy as to have no leisure. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1452:People who are excited by posthumous fame forget that the people who remember them will soon die too. And those after them in turn. Until their memory, passed from one to another like a candle flame, gutters and goes out. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1453:The offender needs pity, not wrath; those who must needs be corrected, should be treated with tact and gentleness; and one must be always ready to learn better. 'The best kind of revenge is, not to become like unto them.' ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1454:The Stoic makes no differentiation between a small act of kindness by a simple person and a great act of virtue from a learned sage. Virtue is virtue, and in both cases the result is happiness for the one who is virtuous. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1455:When force of circumstance upsets your equanimity, lose no time in recovering your self-control, and do not remain out of tune longer than you can help. Habitual recurrence to the harmony will increase your mastery of it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1456:They contemn one another, and yet they seek to please one another: and whilest they seek to surpass one another in worldly pomp and greatness, they most debase and prostitute themselves in their better part one to another. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1457:A noble man compares and estimates himself by an idea which is higher than himself; and a mean man, by one lower than himself. The one produces aspiration; the other ambition, which is the way in which a vulgar man aspires. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1458:From Rusticus . . . I learned to read carefully and not be satisfied with a rough understanding of the whole, and not to agree too quickly with those who have a lot to say about something.” —MARCUS AURELIUS, MEDITATIONS, 1.7.3 ~ Ryan Holiday,
1459: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 ever was truly harmed. Harmed is the person who continues in his self-deception and ignorance. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1460:tanto el que goza de un tiempo más largo como el que ha de morir rápidamente deja atrás lo mismo, porque sólo es el presente de lo que va a verse privado, si es eso lo único que tiene y si uno no deja atrás lo que no tiene. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1461:That all is as thinking makes it so – and you control your thinking. So remove your judgements whenever you wish and then there is calm - as the sailor rounding the cape finds smooth water and the welcome of a waveless bay. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1462:When you are disturbed by events and lose your serenity, quickly return to yourself and don't stay upset longer than the experience lasts; for you'll have more mastery over your inner harmony by continually returning to it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1463:Yes. This will be a drama in three acts, the length fixed by the power that directed your creation, and now directs your dissolution. Neither was yours to determine. So make your exit with grace—the same grace shown to you. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1464:You have power over your mind - not outside events. Realize this, and you will find strength.
When you arise in the morning, think of what a precious privilege it is to be alive - to breathe, to think, to enjoy, to love. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1465: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,
1466:Observe the movements of the stars as if you were running their courses with them, and let your mind constantly dwell on the changes of the elements into each other. Such imaginings wash away the filth of life on the ground. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1467:Remember, however, that thou art formed by nature to bear everything, with respect to which it depends on thy own opinion to make it endurable and tolerable, by thinking that it is either thy interest or thy duty to do this. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1468:The pomps and glories which he despised were all his; what to most men is an ambition or a dream, to him was a round of weary tasks which nothing but the stern sense of duty could carry him through. And he did his work well. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1469:Whatever happens, happens rightly. Watch closely, and you will find this true. In the succession of events there is not mere sequence alone, but an order that is just right, as from the hand of one who dispense to their due. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1470:Finally, therefore, remember your retreat into this little domain which is yourself, and above all be not disturbed nor on the rack, but be free and look at things as a man, a human being, a citizen, a creature that must die. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1471:It's normal to feel pain in your hands and feet, if you're using your feet as feet and your hands as hands. And for a human being to feel stress is normal - if he's living a normal life. And if it's normal, how can it be bad? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1472:That which has died falls not out of the universe. If it stays here, it also changes here, and is dissolved into its proper parts, which are elements of the universe and of thyself. And these too change, and they murmur not". ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1473:Though thou shouldst be going to live three thousand years, and as many times ten thousand years, still remember that no man loses any other life than this which he now lives, nor lives any other than this which he now loses. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1474:Be not ashamed to be helped; for it is thy business to do thy duty like a soldier in the assault on a town. How then, if being lame thou canst not mount up on the battlements alone, but with the help of another it is possible? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1475:People find pressure in different ways. I find it in keeping my mind clear. In not turning away from people or the things that happen to them. In accepting and welcoming everything I see. In treating each thing as it deserves. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1476:Because your own strength is unequal to the task, do not assume that it is beyond the powers of man; but if anything is within the powers and province of man, believe that it is within your own compass also.
Marcus Aurelius ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1477:For the entire earth is but a point, and the place of your own habitation but a minute corner in it. (...) Remember then to withdraw into the little field of self. Above all, never struggle or strain; but be master of yourself. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1478:The other is that all these things, which thou seest, change immediately and will no longer be; and constantly bear in mind how many of these changes thou hast already witnessed. The universe is transformation: life is opinion. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1479:Were you to live three thousand years, or even thirty thousand, remember that the sole life which a man can lose is that which he is living at the moment; and furthermore, that he can have no other life except the one he loses. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1480:You have no assurance that they are doing wrong at all, for the motives of man's actions are not always what they seem. There is generally much to learn before any judgement can be pronounced with certainty on another's doings. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1481:Just as nature takes every obstacle, every impediment, and works around it--turns it to its purposes, incorporates it into itself, so, too, a rational being can turn each setback into raw material and use it to achieve its goal. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1482:When forced, as it seems, by your environment to be utterly disquieted, return with all speed into your self, staying in discord no longer than you must. By constant recurrence to the harmony, you will gain more command over it. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1483:Yes, you can—if you do everything as if it were the last thing you were doing in your life, and stop being aimless, stop letting your emotions override what your mind tells you, stop being hypocritical, self-centered, irritable. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1484:He is an abscess on the universe who withdraws and separates himself from the reason of our common nature through being displeased with the things that happen; for the same nature that produces these things has produced you, too: ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1485:Never value anything as profitable to thyself which shall compel thee to break thy promise, to lose thy self-respect, to hate any man, to suspect, to curse, to act the hypocrite, to desire anything which needs walls and curtains. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1486:Not even the vicissitudes of fortune are contrary to nature or to the providential ordering of the universe. It all flows from the gods, who determine what is needed for the welfare of the whole universe, of which you are a part. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1487:Consider that everything is opinion, and opinion is in thy power. Take away then, when thou choosest, thy opinion, and like a mariner, who has doubled the promontory, thou wilt find calm, everything stable, and a waveless bay. Any ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1488:In your actions, don’t procrastinate. In your conversations, don’t confuse. In your thoughts, don’t wander. In your soul, don’t be passive or aggressive. In your life, don’t be all about business.” —MARCUS AURELIUS, MEDITATIONS, 8.51 ~ Ryan Holiday,
1489:It’s time you realized that you have something in you more powerful and miraculous than the things that affect you and make you dance like a puppet. What’s in my thoughts at this moment? Fear? Jealousy? Desire? Feelings like that? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1490:Let no one have the chance to accuse you, with any truth, of not being sincere or a good man. Make sure that anyone taking that view of you is a liar. This is wholly up to you -- who is there to prevent you being good and sincere? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1491:Watch the stars in their courses and imagine yourself running alongside them. Think constantly on the changes of the elements into each other, for such thoughts wash away the dust of earthly life.” —MARCUS AURELIUS, MEDITATIONS, 7.47 ~ Ryan Holiday,
1492:What am I doing with my soul? Interrogate yourself, to find out what inhabits your so-called mind and what kind of soul you have now. A child’s soul, an adolescent’s, a woman’s? A tyrant’s soul? The soul of a predator—or its prey? ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1493:Discard everything except these few truths: we can live only in the present moment, in this brief now; all the rest of our life is dead and buried or shrouded in uncertainty. Short is the life we lead, and small our patch of earth. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1494:All you need are these: certainty of judgment in the present moment; action for the common good in the present moment; and an attitude of gratitude in the present moment for anything that comes your way.” —MARCUS AURELIUS, MEDITATIONS, ~ Ryan Holiday,
1495:Either an ordered Universe or a medley heaped together mechanically but still an order; or can order subsist in you and disorder in the Whole! And that, too, when all things are so distinguished and yet intermingled and sympathetic. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1496:I kakvu si ti to štetu pretrpio? Otkrit ćeš kako nitko od onih koji ti bude gnjev nije učinio ništa čime bi ti pogoršao um; samo je u tvojim mislima moguće tebi nanijeti kakvu štetu ili bol - one ne poznaju nikakva druga postojanja. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1497:Short-lived are both the praiser and the praised, and rememberer and the remembered: and all this in a nook of this part of the world; and not even here do all agree, no, not any one with himself: and the whole earth too is a point. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1498:Stoics held that material objects alone existed; but immanent in the material universe was a spiritual force which acted through them, manifesting itself under many forms, as fire, aether, spirit, soul, reason, the ruling principle. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1499:Thus the Stoics arrive at their main thesis. Virtue alone is admirable, virtue is absolutely self-sufficient; the good man needs no help from circumstances, neither sickness nor adversity can harm him; he is a king, a god among men. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1500:And you can also commit injustice by doing nothing. 6. Objective judgment, now, at this very moment. Unselfish action, now, at this very moment. Willing acceptance—now, at this very moment—of all external events. That’s all you need. ~ Marcus Aurelius,

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   1 Philosophy
   1 Christianity
   1 Alchemy






City of God - BOOK I, #unset, #Anonymous, #Various
  15 Marcus Aurelius Regulus example enduring voluntary captivity for religion ; except that, in his case, it profited him nothing because of his
   paganism

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  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.
  That these Stoic practices became fatal to him is significant when we remember that this occurred during the final absence of Porphyry, who may, during his presence, have exerted a friendly restraint on the zealous master. At any rate, it was during Porphyry's regime that the chief works of Plotinos were written, including a bitter diatribe against the Gnostics, who remained the chief protagonists of dualism and belief in positive evil. Prophyry's work, "De Abstinentia," proves clearly enough his Stoic sympathies.
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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.
  21 Diog. Laert. x. 133.
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  53 Marcus Aurelius. Thoughts, xi. 18.
  54 As thought Cicero, de Nat. Deor. iii. 63. 64.
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  56 According to Plato, in the Sophist and Protagoras, and the Stoics, as in Marcus Aurelius. Meditations, vii. 63.
  57 As did the writer of Revelation, iv. 6.
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  72 Marcus Aurelius, Medit. ii. 13.
  73 As thought Marcus Aurelius, in his Thoughts, xii. 42.
  74 See iv. 3.24.
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  77 Marcus Aurelius, Medit. vii. 9; Seneca, Epist. 94.
  78 Numenius, iii. 7.

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  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

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  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
  22) Contemplate the mirror of thy heart and thou shalt taste little by little a pure joy and unmixed peace. ~ Sadi, "Bostan"
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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
  8) You tell me that even in Europe educated men become mad by thinking constantly of one subject. But how is it possible to lose one's intelligence and become mad by thinking of that Intelligence by which the whole world is made intelligent? ~ Ramakrishna
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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
  42) Such is the science of the Intelligence, to contemplate things divine and comprehend God. ~ Hermes 1. "The Character"
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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
  15) Confidence in help from outside brings with it distress. Only self-confidence gives force and joy. ~ Fo-tho-hing-tsang-king
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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
  4)All is movement and nothing is fixed; we cannot cross over the same stream twice. ~ Heraclitus
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  1) Look within things. ~ Marcus Aurelius
  2) Let us attach ourselves to a solid good, to a good that shines within and not externally. Let us devote all our efforts to its discovery. ~ Seneca
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  7) It is no use being in a rage against things, that makes no difference to them. ~ Marcus Aurelius
  8) When we can draw from ourselves all our felicity, we find nothing vexatious to us in the order of Nature. ~ Cicero
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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
  11) The mind which studies is not disquieted. ~ Lao-tse
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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
  24) When the water of the fetid pool and the glorious Ganges shall appear to thy eyes as one, when the Sound of the flute and the clamour of this crowd shall have no longer any difference to thy ear, then shalt thou attain to the divine Wisdom, ~ Ramakrishna
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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
  5) Many say with an appearance of humility, "I am even as an earthworm crawling in the dust..."; so always believing themselves to be earthworms, they become in time feeble as the worm. Let not discouragement enter into thy heart; despair is for all the great enemy of our progress. What a man thinks himself to be, that he in fact becomes. ~ Ramakrishna
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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
  19) So long as a man has a little knowledge, he goes everywhere reading and preaching; but when the perfect knowledge has been attained, one ceases from vain ostentation. ~ Ramakrishna
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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
  13) When his thought and feeling are perfectly under regulation and stand firm in his Self, then, unmoved to longing by any desire, he is said to be in union with the Self. ~ Bhagavad Gita VI.18
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  22) Expel thy desires and fears and there shall be no longer any tyrant over thee. ~ Marcus Aurelius
  23) If thou wouldst be free, accustom thyself to curb thy desires. ~ Tolstoi
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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
  28) Eternity is for all time, but the world only for a moment. Sell not then for that moment thy kingdom of eternity. ~ Omar Khayyam
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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
  16) Neglect not the gift that is in thee. ~ I. Timothy. IV. 14
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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
  17) Thyself vindicate thyself. ~ Seneca
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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
  7) As a ripe fruit is at every moment in peril of detaching itself from the branch, so every creature born lives under a perpetual menace of death. ~ Buddhist Texts
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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
  13) Nature wills that each thing after its fulfilment shall disappear; it is for this that everything ages and dies. ~ Apollonius of Tyana
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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
  5) Restore to heaven and earth that which thou owest unto them...But of this dead man there is a portion that is immortal. ~ Rig Veda
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  2) To represent constantly the world as one single being with one single soul and one single substance. ~ Marcus Aurelius
  3) This world is a republic all whose citizens are made of one and the same substance. ~ Epictetus
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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
  2) And all things depend one on the other and all are bound to each other...all is that Ancient One and nothing is separate from him. ~ Zohar
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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
  50) All beings aspire to happiness, therefore envelop all in thy love. ~ Mahavantara
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  1) Whatever is not of use to the swarm, is not of use to the bee. ~ Marcus Aurelius
  2) The duty of man is to be useful to men: to a great number if he can, if not, to a small number, otherwise to his neighbours, otherwise to himself : in making himself useful to himself, he works for others. As the vicious man injures not only himself but also those to whom he might have been useful if he had been virtuous, likewise in labouring for oneself one labours also for others, since there is formed a man who can be of use to them. ~ Seneca
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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
  15) Think not that when the sins of thy gross form are overcome, thy duty is over to nature and to other men. ~ Book of Golden Precepts
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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
  18) Never get done by others what thou canst thyself do. ~ Tolstoy
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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
  23) What then is the duty of the citizen? Never to consider his particular interest, never to calculate as if he were an isolated individual. ~ Epictetus
  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
  27) We shall labour to our last sigh, we shall never cease from contri buting to the common good, serving every individual, helping even our enemies, exercising our talents and our industry. We know not an age destined to repose and, like the heroes of whom Virgil tells, our hair grows white under the helmet. ~ Seneca

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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))


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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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Wikipedia - Agonopterix dumitrescui -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agonopterix ferocella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agonopterix ferulae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agonopterix flurii -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agonopterix fruticosella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agonopterix furvella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agonopterix graecella -- Species of moth
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Wikipedia - Agonopterix hippomarathri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agonopterix hypericella -- Species of moth
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Wikipedia - Agonopterix laterella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agonopterix leucadensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agonopterix ligusticella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agonopterix liturosa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agonopterix melancholica -- Species of moth
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Wikipedia - Agonopterix nervosa -- Species of moth
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Wikipedia - Agonopterix oinochroa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agonopterix ordubadensis -- Species of moth
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Wikipedia - Agonopterix parilella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agonopterix perstrigella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agonopterix petasitis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agonopterix propinquella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agonopterix pupillana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agonopterix purpurea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agonopterix putridella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agonopterix quadripunctata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agonopterix robiniella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agonopterix rotundella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agonopterix rutana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agonopterix scopariella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agonopterix selini -- Species of moth
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Wikipedia - Agonopterix socerbi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agonopterix squamosa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agonopterix straminella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agonopterix subpropinquella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agonopterix subumbellana -- Species of moth
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Wikipedia - Agrioglypta -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Agrionympha capensis -- Moth species in family Micropterigidae
Wikipedia - Agrionympha fuscoapicella -- Moth species in family Micropterigidae
Wikipedia - Agrionympha jansella -- Moth species in family Micropterigidae
Wikipedia - Agrionympha karoo -- Moth species in family Micropterigidae
Wikipedia - Agrionympha kroonella -- Moth species in family Micropterigidae
Wikipedia - Agrionympha pseliacma -- Moth species in family Micropterigidae
Wikipedia - Agrionympha pseudovari -- Moth species in family Micropterigidae
Wikipedia - Agrionympha sagittella -- Moth species in family Micropterigidae
Wikipedia - Agrionympha vari -- Moth species in family Micropterigidae
Wikipedia - Agrionympha -- Genus of moths in family Micropterigidae
Wikipedia - Agriopis aurantiaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agriphila aeneociliella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agriphila argentistrigellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agriphila atlanticus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agriphila beieri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agriphila biarmicus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agriphila brioniellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agriphila cyrenaicellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agriphila dalmatinellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agriphila deliella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agriphila geniculea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agriphila indivisellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agriphila inquinatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agriphila latistria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agriphila paleatellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agriphila poliellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agriphila selasella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agriphila straminella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agriphila tersellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agriphila tolli -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agriphila trabeatellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agriphila tristella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agriphila vulgivagellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agrius cingulata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agrius convolvuli -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agrochola circellaris -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agrochola haematidea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agrochola helvola -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agrochola humilis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agrochola litura -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agrochola lota -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agrochola lychnidis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agrochola macilenta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agrochola nitida -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agrotera basinotata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agrotera (moth) -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Agrotera nemoralis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agroterini -- Tribe of moths
Wikipedia - Agrotis bigramma -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agrotis boetica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agrotis characteristica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agrotis chretieni -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agrotis cinerea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agrotis dissociata -- A moth of the Noctuidae from Chile and Argentina
Wikipedia - Agrotis endogaea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agrotis fatidica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agrotis graslini -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agrotis ipsilon -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agrotis lata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agrotis malefida -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agrotis obesa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agrotis pierreti -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agrotis puta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agrotis ripae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agrotis sabulosa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agrotis simplonia -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agrotis syricola -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agrotis trifurca -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agrotis trux -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agrotis yelai -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Agyrta bifasciata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ahamus gangcaensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Airborne aircraft carrier -- Type of mother ship aircraft which can carry, launch, retrieve and support other smaller aircraft
Wikipedia - Alabonia geoffrella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Alabonia staintoniella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Alabonia -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Alapadna pauropis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Albara hollowayi -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Albara reversaria -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Alberta Williams King -- Mother of Martin Luther King Jr.
Wikipedia - Alcis bastelbergeri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Alcis jubata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Alcmene -- Mother of Heracles
Wikipedia - Aletia inconstans -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aleucis distinctata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aleuron prominens -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aliciana -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - All About My Mother -- 1999 film by Pedro Almodovar
Wikipedia - Allochrostes biornata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Alloclemensia mesospilella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Alloclemensia -- Genus of imoths
Wikipedia - Alloclita recisella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Allomothering
Wikipedia - Allophyes oxyacanthae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Alophia (moth) -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Alsophila aceraria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Alsophila aescularia -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Alsophila pometaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Altenia elsneriella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Altenia modesta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Altenia perspersella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Altenia scriptella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Altenia wagneriella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Alucita abenahoensis -- Many-plumed moth species of genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita acalles -- Many-plumed moth species of genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita acalyptra -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita acascaea -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita acutata -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita adriendenisi -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita adzharica -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita agapeta -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita amalopis -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita ancalopa -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita anemolia -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita anticoma -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita aramsolkiensis -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita araxella -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita argyrospodia -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita arriguttii -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita atomoclasta -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita baihua -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita baliochlora -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita balioxantha -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita beinongdai -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita bidentata -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita brachyphinus -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita brachyzona -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita bridarollii -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita brunnea -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita budashkini -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita bulgaria -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita butleri -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita canariensis -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita cancellata -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita capensis -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita caucasica -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita certifica -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita chloracta -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita cinnerethella -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita coffeina -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita compsoxantha -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita crococyma -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita cyanophanes -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita cymatodactyla -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita cymographa -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita danunciae -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita debilella -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita deboeri -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita decaryella -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita dejongi -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita desmodactyla -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita devosi -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita dohertyi -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita ectomesa -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita entoprocta -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita eteoxantha -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita eudactyla -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita eudasys -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita eurynephela -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita euscripta -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita ferruginea -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita flavicincta -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita flaviserta -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita flavofascia -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita fletcheriana -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita fumosa -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita grammodactyla -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita granata -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita habrophila -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita helena -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita hemicyclus -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita hexadactyla -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita hofmanni -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita homotrocha -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita huebneri -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita hypocosma -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita iberica -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita idiocrossa -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita illuminatrix -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita imbrifera -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita iranensis -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita ischalea -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita isodina -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita ithycypha -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita japonica -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita jujuyensis -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita karadagica -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita kazachstanica -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita klimeschi -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita kosterini -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita lackneri -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita lalannei -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita libraria -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita longipalpella -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita loxoschista -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita lyristis -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita mabilabolensis -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita magadis -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita major -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita manneringi -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita maxima -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita megaphimus -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita melanodactyla -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita mesolychna -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita microdesma -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita micrographa -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita microscopica -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita molliflua -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita montigena -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita mulciber -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita myriodesma -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita nannodactyla -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita nasuta -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita nephelotoxa -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita niphodosema -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita niphostrota -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita nipsana -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita nubifera -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita objurgatella -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita ochraspis -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita ochriprota -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita ochrobasalis -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita ochrozona -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita ordubadi -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita palodactyla -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita panduris -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita panolbia -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita papuaensis -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita patria -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita pectinata -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita pepperella -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita phanerarcha -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita philomela -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita photaula -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita phricodes -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita pinalea -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita pliginskii -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita plumigera -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita pluvialis -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita postfasciata -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita proseni -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita pselioxantha -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita pseudohuebneri -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita punctiferella -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita pusilla -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita pygmaea -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita rhaptica -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita rhymotoma -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita riggii -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita ruens -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita rutteni -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita sailtavica -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita sakhalinica -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita semophantis -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita sertifera -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita seychellensis -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita sikkima -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita spicifera -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita stephanopsis -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita straminea -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita sycophanta -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita synnephodactyla -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita tandilensis -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita tesserata -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita thapsina -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita toxophila -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita trachydesma -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita trachyptera -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita tridentata -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita triscausta -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita ussurica -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita vanmastrigti -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita walmakensis -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita wamenaensis -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita withaari -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita xanthodes -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita xanthosticta -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita xanthozona (Clarke, 1986) -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita xanthozona (Diakonoff, 1954) -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita zonodactyla -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita zumkehri -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alucita zwieri -- Species of many-plumed moth in genus Alucita
Wikipedia - Alvaradoia disjecta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Alynda -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Alypiodes geronimo -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Alytana -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Amalthea (mythology) -- A foster-mother of Zeus in Greek mythology
Wikipedia - Amata caspia -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Amata kruegeri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Amata nigricornis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Amata ragazzii -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Amaxia corata -- Brazilian moth species
Wikipedia - Amblyptilia acanthadactyla -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Amblyptilia acanthadactyloides -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Amblyptilia aeolodes -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Amblyptilia atrodactyla -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Amblyptilia bowmani -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Amblyptilia clavata -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Amblyptilia deprivatalis -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Amblyptilia direptalis -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Amblyptilia epotis -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Amblyptilia falcatalis -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Amblyptilia fibigeri -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Amblyptilia forcipata -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Amblyptilia galactostacta -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Amblyptilia grisea -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Amblyptilia hebeata -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Amblyptilia heliastis -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Amblyptilia incerta -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Amblyptilia iriana -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Amblyptilia japonica -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Amblyptilia kosteri -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Amblyptilia landryi -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Amblyptilia lithoxesta -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Amblyptilia pica -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Amblyptilia punctidactyla -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Amblyptilia punoica -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Amblyptilia repletalis -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Amblyptilia scutellaris -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Amblyptilia shirozui -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Amblyptilia skoui -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Amblyptilia viettei -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Amblyptilia -- Plume moth genus
Wikipedia - Amblyptilia zhdankoi -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - AM-CM-1jana -- Mother of Lord Hanuman
Wikipedia - Amephana anarrhini -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - American chestnut moth -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ammalo helops -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ammoconia aholai -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ammoconia caecimacula -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ammoconia senex -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Amorbia curitiba -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Amorpha juglandis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Amotherby railway station -- Disused railway station in North Yorkshire, England
Wikipedia - A Mother's Atonement -- 1915 film
Wikipedia - A Mother's Love (1929 film) -- 1929 film
Wikipedia - A Mother's Love (1939 film) -- 1939 film
Wikipedia - A Mother's Reckoning -- 2016 memoir by Sue Klebold
Wikipedia - A Mother's Secret -- 1918 American drama film directed by Douglas Gerrard
Wikipedia - Amphion floridensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Amphipoea crinanensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Amphipoea fucosa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Amphipoea lucens -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Amphipyra effusa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Amphipyra livida -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Amphipyra micans -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Amphipyra perflua -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Amphipyra pyramidoides -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Amphipyra stix -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Amphisbatinae -- Subfamily of moths
Wikipedia - Amphisbatis incongruella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Amphithrix -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Amphitorna albipuncta -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Amphitorna brunhyala -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Amphitorna castanea -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Amphitorna confusata -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Amphitorna excisa -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Amphitorna lechriodes -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Amphitorna olga -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Amphitorna perexcisa -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Amphitorna purpureofascia -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Amphitorna submontana -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Amphixystis cymataula -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Amphonyx duponchel -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Amselina cedestiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Amselina emir -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Amselina kasyi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Amselina virgo -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anacampsis blattariella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anacampsis fuscella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anacampsis hirsutella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anacampsis innocuella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anacampsis malella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anacampsis niveopulvella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anacampsis obscurella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anacampsis populella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anacampsis scintillella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anacampsis temerella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anacampsis timidella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anacampsis trifoliella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anageshna -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Anagrapha -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Analyta -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Anania crocealis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anania funebris -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anania fuscalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anania hortulata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anania lancealis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anania luctualis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anania murcialis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anania oberthuri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anania ochrofascialis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anania perlucidalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anania stachydalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anania terrealis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anania testacealis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anania verbascalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anaplectoides prasina -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anaproutia comitella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anarmodia -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Anarpia incertalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anarpia -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Anarsia bilbainella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anarsia dejoannisi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anarsia eleagnella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anarsia ephippias -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anarsia isogona -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anarsia leberonella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anarsia lineatella -- A moth of the family Gelechiidae from Europe
Wikipedia - Anarsia spartiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anarta deserticola -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anarta mendax -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anarta myrtilli -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anarta stigmosa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anasphaltis renigerellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anatrachyntis badia -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anatrachyntis simplex -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anavitrinella pampinaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anchinia cristalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anchinia daphnella -- species of moth
Wikipedia - Anchinia grandis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anchinia grisescens -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anchinia laureolella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylis diminutana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylis geminana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylis laetana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylis mitterbacheriana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylis myrtillana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylis selenana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylodes dealbatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylodes pallens -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylolomia disparalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylolomia inornata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylolomia palpella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylolomia pectinatellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylolomia tentaculella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylolomia tripolitella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylometis ansarti -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylometis celineae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylometis isophaula -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylometis lavergnella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylometis mulaella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylometis paulianella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylometis ribesae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylometis scaeocosma -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylometis trigonodes -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylometis -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Ancylosis albicosta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylosis albidella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylosis arenosella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylosis brunneella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylosis calcariella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylosis cinnamomella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylosis convexella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylosis deserticola -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylosis gracilella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylosis harmoniella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylosis hellenica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylosis imitella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylosis leucocephala -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylosis maculifera -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylosis monella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylosis morbosella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylosis muliebris -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylosis nigripunctella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylosis oblitella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylosis ochracea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylosis ormuzdella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylosis pallida -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylosis partitella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylosis pectinatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylosis pyrethrella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylosis rhodochrella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylosis roscidella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylosis samaritanella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylosis sareptalla -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylosis uncinatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylosis versicolorella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylosis xylinella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ancylosoma -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Andre LaMothe
Wikipedia - Andropolia contacta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anerastia dubia -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anerastia incarnata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anerastia lotella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aneuxanthis locupletana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Angle shades -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Angoumois grain moth -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Angustalius malacellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anicla infecta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anisota senatoria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aniuta -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Ann Dunham -- American anthropologist, mother of Barack Obama
Wikipedia - Anomis erosa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anoncia episcia -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anoncia -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Anopina hermana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anopinella araguana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anstenoptilia hugoiella -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Anstenoptilia -- Plume moth genus
Wikipedia - Antaeotricha exusta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Antaeotricha leucillana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Antaeotricha schlaegeri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Antaeotricha serarcha -- species of Brazilian moth
Wikipedia - Antepione imitata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Antepione thisoaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anthela limonea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anthela rubicunda -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Antheraea assamensis -- Moth of the family Saturniidae
Wikipedia - Antheraea yamamai -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anthophila abhasica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anthophila fabriciana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anthophila filipjevi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Antiblemma rufinans -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anticarsia gemmatalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anticlea derivata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Anticlea -- Mother of Odysseus
Wikipedia - Anticollix sparsata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Antigastra catalaunalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Antiscopa -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Antispila ampelopsifoliella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Antispila freemani -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Antispila metallella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Antispila oinophylla -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Antispila treitschkiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Antispila -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Antispilina ludwigi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac -- French explorer
Wikipedia - Apaidia barbarica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apaidia mesogona -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apaidia rufeola -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apamea amputatrix -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apamea anceps -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apamea devastator -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apamea epomidion -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apamea furva -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apamea illyria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apamea inordinata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apamea lateritia -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apamea lithoxylaea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apamea monoglypha -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apamea oblonga -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apamea ophiogramma -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apamea remissa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apamea sordens -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apamea sublustris -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apamea submarginata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apamea unanimis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apamea zeta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apantesis phalerata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apantesis proxima -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apatema acutivalva -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apatema apatemella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apatema apolausticum -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apatema baixerasi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apatema impunctella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apatema mediopallidum -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apatema parodia -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apatema sutteri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apatema whalleyi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apateta cryphia -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apateta -- Genus of tortrix moths
Wikipedia - Apatetris agenjoi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apatetris mediterranella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apeira syringaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apha aequalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apha arisana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apha floralis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apha horishana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apha huabeiana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apha kantonensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apha strix -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apha subdives -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apha -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Aphelia effigies -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aphelia euxina -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aphelia ferrugana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aphelia peramplana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aphelia stigmatana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aphomia foedella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aphomia grisea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aphomia isodesma -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aphomia murciella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aphomia sabella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aphomia sociella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aphomia unicolor -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aphomia zelleri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apilocrocis -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Apisa alberici -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aplocera efformata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aplota -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Apocheima hispidaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apochima flabellaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apoda limacodes -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apodia bifractella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apodia martinii -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apogeshna stenialis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apomyelois cognata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apomyelois decolor -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apomyelois ehrendorferi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apona caschmirensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apona frater -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apona fuliginosa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apona ligustri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apona mandarina -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apona plumosa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apona ronaldi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apona shevaroyensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apona -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Apona yunnanensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aponia (moth) -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Aponoea obtusipalpis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aponoea -- Genus of moth
Wikipedia - Apopestes spectrum -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apophatus bifibratus -- Moth species in family Palaephatidae
Wikipedia - Apophatus parvus -- Moth species in family Palaephatidae
Wikipedia - Apophatus -- Moth genus in family Palaephatidae
Wikipedia - Apoplania chilensis -- Species of archaic bell moth
Wikipedia - Apoplania penai -- Species of archaic bell moth
Wikipedia - Apoplania valdiviana -- Species of archaic bell moth
Wikipedia - Apoplania -- Archaic bell moth genus
Wikipedia - Apoprogones -- Subfamily of moths
Wikipedia - Aporocosmus -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Aporodes floralis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aporophyla australis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aporophyla canescens -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aporophyla chioleuca -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aporophyla nigra -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apostibes dhahrani -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apotomis infida -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apotomis sororculana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apotomops texasana -- A species of moth of the family Tortricidae from Arizona and Texas in the United States
Wikipedia - Apoxyptilus anthites -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Apoxyptilus -- Plume moth genus
Wikipedia - Aproaerema anthyllidella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aproaerema lerauti -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aprominta aga -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aprominta aperitta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aprominta argonauta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aprominta atricanella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aprominta bifasciata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aprominta cryptogamarum -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aprominta designatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aprominta gloriosa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aprominta pannosella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aprominta reisseri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aprominta separata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aprominta tectaphella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aprominta xena -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Apterona helicoidella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Arachnis picta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Arachnis tristis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Arachnographa micrastrella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Araeophylla flavigutella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Araeophylla natrixella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Arbelodes -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Archanara dissoluta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Archanara geminipuncta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Archanara neurica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Archanara -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Archernis -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Archicnephasia -- Genus of tortrix moths
Wikipedia - Archiearis notha -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Archiearis parthenias -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Archiephestia -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Archips argyrospila -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Archips cerasivorana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Archips podana -- Fruit tree tortrix moth
Wikipedia - Archips rosana -- Rose leaf roller moth
Wikipedia - Archips semiferanus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Archips semistructus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Arcoptilia gizan -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Arcoptilia pongola -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Arcoptilia -- Plume moth genus
Wikipedia - Arctagyrta -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Arctia festiva -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Arctia flavia -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Arctiinae -- Subfamily of moths
Wikipedia - Arctiina -- Subtribe of moths
Wikipedia - Arctiini -- Tribe of moths
Wikipedia - Arctornis l-nigrum -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Arctornithini -- Tribe of moths
Wikipedia - Ardozyga diplonesa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Arenostola phragmitidis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argent and sable -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argodrepana auratifrons -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Argodrepana denticulata -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Argodrepana galbana -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Argodrepana marilo -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Argodrepana tenebra -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Argodrepana umbrosa -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Argodrepana verticata -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Argolamprotes micella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia abdominalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia albistria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia amiantella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia arceuthina -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia atlanticella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia aurulentella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia bergiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia bonnetella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia brockeella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia buvati -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia chrysidella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia conjugella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia curvella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia dilectella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia fundella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia glabratella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia glaucinella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia goedartella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia hilfiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia huguenini -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia illuminatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia impura -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia ivella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia kasyi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia laevigatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia minusculella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia perezi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia praecocella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia prenjella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia pruniella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia pulchella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia pygmaeella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia reticulata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia retinella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia semifusca -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia semitestacella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia sorbiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia spinosella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia submontana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia tarmanni -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia tatrica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia thuiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia thuriferana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyresthia trifasciata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyrogrammatini -- Tribe of moths
Wikipedia - Argyrogramma verruca -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Argyrotaenia ljungiana -- Species of moth from Europe
Wikipedia - Arichanna melanaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Arispe concretalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aristarchus of Samothrace
Wikipedia - Aristebulea -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Aristotelia baltica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aristotelia billii -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aristotelia brizella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aristotelia calastomella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aristotelia chrysometra -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aristotelia decoratella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aristotelia decurtella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aristotelia ericinella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aristotelia frankeniae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aristotelia heliacella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aristotelia leonhardi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aristotelia mirabilis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aristotelia mirandella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aristotelia montarcella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aristotelia pulvera -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aristotelia roseosuffusella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aristotelia staticella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aristotelia subdecurtella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aristotelia subericinella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Arizelana -- Genus of tortrix moths
Wikipedia - Army cutworm -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Arnia nervosalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aroga aristotelis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aroga balcanicola -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aroga compositella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aroga flavicomella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Arogalea cristifasciella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aroga pascuicola -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aroga temporariella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aroga velocella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Arsenura armida -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Artona hainana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Asalebria florella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Asalebria geminella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Asalebria pseudoflorella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Asalebria venustella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Asaphocrita obsoletella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Asaphodes cinnabari -- Species of moth endemic to New Zealand
Wikipedia - Asaphodes obarata -- Species of moth endemic to New Zealand
Wikipedia - Asaphodes stinaria -- Species of moth endemic to New Zealand
Wikipedia - Asarta aethiopella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Asarta albarracinella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Asarta alpicolella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Asartodes monspesulalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Asartodes zapateri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ascalapha odorata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ascalenia echidnias -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ascalenia grisella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ascalenia vanella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ascalenia viviparella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Asciodes gordialis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ascotis selenaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aseptis binotata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ashinaga eophthalma -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ashinaga longimana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ashinaga -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Ash pug -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ashworth's rustic -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Asiaephorus extremus -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Asiaephorus longicucullus -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Asiaephorus narada -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Asiaephorus sythoffi -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Asiaephorus -- Plume moth genus
Wikipedia - Asota (moth) -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Asphalia -- Monotypic moth genus in family Drepanidae
Wikipedia - Aspilapteryx inquinata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aspilapteryx limosella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aspilapteryx multipunctella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aspilapteryx spectabilis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aspilapteryx tringipennella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aspitates gilvaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aspitates ochrearia -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Assara conicolella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Assara terebrella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Astatochroa fuscimargo -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Astatochroa sulphurata -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Asterolepis chlorissa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Asteroscopus sphinx -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Asthena albulata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Asthena anseraria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Asthena lactularia -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Asthenotricha ansorgei -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Asturodes -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Asura eala -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Asura nubifascia -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ataturk, His Mother and Women's Rights Monument -- Monument in M-DM-0zmir, Turkey
Wikipedia - Ategumia adipalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ategumia ebulealis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ategumia -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Ateliotum -- Genus of fungus moth
Wikipedia - Atemelia -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Aterpia corticana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Atethmia algirica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Atethmia ambusta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Atethmia centrago -- species of moth
Wikipedia - Atheropla decaspila -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Athetis gluteosa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Athetis hospes -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Athetis pallustris -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Athrips amoenella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Athrips asarinella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Athrips flavida -- Species of moth in the family Gelechiidae from southern Africa
Wikipedia - Athrips medjella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Athrips mouffetella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Athrips nigricostella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Athrips patockai -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Athrips pruinosella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Athrips rancidella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Athrips spiraeae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Athrips stepposa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Athrips tetrapunctella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Athrips thymifoliella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Athyrma adjutrix -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Atlantarctia tigrina -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Atolmis rubricollis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Atom Heart Mother (suite) -- Musical composition by Pink Floyd and Ron Geesin
Wikipedia - Atomopteryx -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Atomotricha colligatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Atomotricha -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Atralata -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Atremaea lonchoptera -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - ATX -- Motherboard and power supply configuration
Wikipedia - Auchmis detersa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Augasma aeratella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Auliepterix -- Extinct genus of moths in family Micropterigidae
Wikipedia - Auratonota aurantica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Auratonota spinivalva -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Aurelia (mother of Caesar) -- Mother of Roman dictator Julius Caesar
Wikipedia - Aureopterix micans -- Moth species in family Micropterigidae
Wikipedia - Aureopterix sterops -- Moth species in family Micropterigidae
Wikipedia - Aureopterix -- Genus of moths in family Micropterigidae
Wikipedia - Austrocidaria similata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Austromartyria porphyrodes -- Moth species in family Micropterigidae
Wikipedia - Austromartyria -- Monotypic genus of moths in family Micropterigidae
Wikipedia - Autocharis fessalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Autographa aemula -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Autographa buraetica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Autographa excelsa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Autographa jota -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Autographa macrogamma -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Autographa mandarina -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Autographa pulchrina -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Automeris io -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Autophila anaphanes -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Autophila einsleri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Autophila libanotica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Autophila limbata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Autosticha ansata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Autumnal moth -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Autumnal rustic -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Auxotricha ochrogypsa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Auzata amaryssa -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Auzata chinensis -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Auzata minuta -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Auzata ocellata -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Auzata plana -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Auzata semilucida -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Auzata semipavonaria -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Auzata simpliciata -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Auzata superba -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Auzatellodes arizana -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Auzatellodes hyalinata -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Auzatellodes theafundum -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Avaria hyerana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Avatha pulcherrima -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Avatha -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - A Woman, My Mother -- 2019 Canadian documentary film
Wikipedia - Axia margarita -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Axia napoleona -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Axia nesiota -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Axylia putris -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Azaleodes brachyceros -- Moth species in family Palaephatidae
Wikipedia - Azaleodes fuscipes -- Moth species in family Palaephatidae
Wikipedia - Azaleodes megaceros -- Moth species in family Palaephatidae
Wikipedia - Azaleodes micronipha -- Moth species in family Palaephatidae
Wikipedia - Azaleodes -- Moth genus in family Palaephatidae
Wikipedia - Azaxia dyari -- Species of moth from Costa Rica
Wikipedia - Azochis -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Azygophleps otello -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Baby Grandmothers -- Swedish psychedelic rock music group
Wikipedia - Bachelor Mother (1932 film) -- 1932 film
Wikipedia - Bachelor Mother -- 1939 film by Garson Kanin
Wikipedia - Bachue -- Mother goddess in the South American Muisca religion
Wikipedia - Bacotia claustrella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bad Mothers -- 2019 Australian television series
Wikipedia - Bagdadia irakella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bagworm moth -- Family of moths known as the Psychidae
Wikipedia - Baioglossa anisopasta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Balls 8 -- Retired Boeing NB-52B mothership
Wikipedia - Baltimartyria -- Extinct genus of moths
Wikipedia - Banghaasia -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Bangladesh Institute of Child and Mother Health -- Medical research institute in Bangladesh
Wikipedia - Bankesia conspurcatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bantuana -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Baptria -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Barea codrella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Barea confusella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Barea consignatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Barea melanodelta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Barea (moth) -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Barnes, Timothy D.
Wikipedia - Barney Stinson -- Fictional character from How I Met Your Mother
Wikipedia - Barred straw -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bart the Mother -- Third episode of the tenth season of ''The Simpsons''
Wikipedia - Batia lambdella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Batia lunaris -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Batia -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Batrachedra parvulipunctella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Batrachedra pinicolella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Batrachedra praeangusta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Batrachedra -- Moth genus in family Batrachedridae
Wikipedia - Battaristis atelesta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bazaria ruscinonella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bedellia ehikella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bedellia somnulentella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Beet armyworm -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Behemoth (band) -- Polish death metal band
Wikipedia - Behemoth Comics -- American comic book publisher
Wikipedia - Behemoth (Hobbes book) -- Book by Thomas Hobbes
Wikipedia - Behemoth (horse) -- Australian thoroughbred racehorse
Wikipedia - Behemoth: Or the Game of God -- 2016 Mosotho short film
Wikipedia - Behemoth: The Structure and Practice of National Socialism -- Literary work
Wikipedia - Behemoth -- Biblical creature
Wikipedia - Beira (mythology) -- Mother goddess in Scottish mythology
Wikipedia - Bellulia hanae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bembecia abromeiti -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bembecia albanensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bembecia blanka -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bembecia fibigeri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bembecia flavida -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bembecia fokidensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bembecia himmighoffeni -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bembecia hymenopteriformis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bembecia iberica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bembecia ichneumoniformis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bembecia lomatiaeformis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bembecia megillaeformis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bembecia pavicevici -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bembecia priesneri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bembecia psoraleae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bembecia puella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bembecia sanguinolenta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bembecia scopigera -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bembecia sirphiformis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bembecia staryi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bembecia stiziformis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bembecia syzcjovi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bembecia uroceriformis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bena bicolorana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Benilde or the Virgin Mother -- 1975 film
Wikipedia - Bepea -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Bernathonomus aureopuncta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Betapsestis brevis -- Species of false owlet moth
Wikipedia - Betapsestis umbrosa -- Species of false owlet moth
Wikipedia - Bicilia iarchasalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Biclonuncaria cerucha -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bigotilia centralis -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Bigotilia montana -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Bigotilia -- Plume moth genus
Wikipedia - Bipunctiphorus dimorpha -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Bipunctiphorus dissipata -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Bipunctiphorus euctimena -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Bipunctiphorus nigroapicalis -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Bipunctiphorus pelzi -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Bipunctiphorus -- Plume moth genus
Wikipedia - Bird-cherry ermine -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Birinus (moth)
Wikipedia - Birthing center -- Healthcare facility where pregnant mothers can give birth
Wikipedia - Bisigna procerella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bistonini -- Tribe of geometer moths
Wikipedia - Biston strataria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bitecta diastropha -- Species of insect (moth)
Wikipedia - Black arches -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Black Earth: The Holocaust as History and Warning -- Book by Timothy Snyder
Wikipedia - Black Mother -- 2018 documentary film by Khalik Allah
Wikipedia - Black Moth Super Rainbow -- American experimental electronic band
Wikipedia - Blastobasis adustella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Blastobasis glandulella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Blastobasis phycidella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Blastodacna atra -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Blastodacna hellerella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Blastodacna rossica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Blastodacna vinolentella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Blepharita amica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Blepharomastix caulealis -- species of moth
Wikipedia - Blepharomastix -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Blessed Mother
Wikipedia - Blomer's rivulet -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Blood-vein -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Blotched emerald -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bob Mothersbaugh -- American songwriter, composer, musician and singer
Wikipedia - Bocchoris inspersalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bocchoris (moth) -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Bohemannia auriciliella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bohemannia pulverosella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bohemannia quadrimaculella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Boletobiinae -- Subfamily of moths
Wikipedia - Bombycoidea -- Superfamily of moths
Wikipedia - Bombycomorpha bifascia -- Species of moth found in southern Africa
Wikipedia - Bombyx mori -- Moth mainly used in the production of silk
Wikipedia - Bo Mothander -- Swedish figure skater
Wikipedia - Book of My Mother -- 1954 book by Albert Cohen
Wikipedia - Book of Nursery and Mother Goose Rhymes -- 1955 Caldecott picture book
Wikipedia - Bordaia furva -- Species of moth of the family Hepialidae from Western Australia
Wikipedia - Bordered pug -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bordered white -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Borkhausenia crimnodes -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Borkhausenia fuscescens -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Borkhausenia luridicomella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Borkhausenia morella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Borkhausenia -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Bostra obsoletalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Botyodes asialis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Botyodes -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Boudinotiana puella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Boy Called Twist -- 2004 film by Timothy Greene
Wikipedia - Brachionycha nubeculosa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Brachmia blandella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Brachmia dimidiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Brachmia infuscatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Brachmia inornatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Brachmia procursella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Brachodes appendiculata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Brachodes funebris -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Brachodes laeta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Brachodes powelli -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Brachodes pumila -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Brachynemata restricta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Brachynemata -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Bradina dentalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bradina paeonialis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bradina -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Bradyrrhoa cantenerella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bradyrrhoa confiniella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bradyrrhoa marianella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bradyrrhoa trapezella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Brenthia catenata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Brenthia entoma -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bright-line brown-eye -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Brimstone moth -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Brindled beauty -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Brindled pug -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Broad-barred white -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Brown-tail moth -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Brunia apicalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bryophila ravula -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bryotropha affinis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bryotropha aliterrella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bryotropha arabica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bryotropha azovica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bryotropha basaltinella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bryotropha boreella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bryotropha desertella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bryotropha domestica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bryotropha dryadella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bryotropha figulella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bryotropha galbanella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bryotropha gallurella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bryotropha heckfordi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bryotropha hendrikseni -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bryotropha hulli -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bryotropha italica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bryotropha pallorella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bryotropha patockai -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bryotropha plantariella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bryotropha plebejella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bryotropha politella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bryotropha purpurella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bryotropha rossica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bryotropha sabulosella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bryotropha sattleri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bryotropha senectella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bryotropha similis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bryotropha sutteri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bryotropha tachyptilella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bryotropha terrella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bryotropha umbrosella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bryotropha vondermuhlli -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bryotropha wolschrijni -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix abdita -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix abrepta -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix absinthii -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix acrogramma -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix acuta -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix adelpha -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix agilis -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix agnella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix ainsliella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix alaternella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix albaciliella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix albedinella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix albella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix albertiella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix albiguttella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix alpina -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix altera -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix amara -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix ambrosiaefoliella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix amiculella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix anaticula -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix andalusica -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix angustata -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix angustisquamella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix anthemidella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix anticolona -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix applicita -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix aquila -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix argentisignella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix armata -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix armeniaca -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix arnicella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix artemisiella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix asphyctella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix atagina -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix atrosignata -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix basifuscella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix bechsteinella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix benacicolella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix benenotata -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix bicinica -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix bicolorella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix bicristata -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix bifida -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix bisucla -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix brunnella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix brunnescens -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix callistricha -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix canadensisella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix canariensis -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix cantabricella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix caribbea -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix carolinae -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix caspica -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix ceanothiella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix ceibae -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix centroptila -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix cerina -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix chrysanthemella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix cidarella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix cirrhographa -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix citima -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix clavenae -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix clerotheta -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix columbiana -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix comporabile -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix coniforma -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix copeuta -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix cordiaella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix coronatella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix crateracma -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix cretica -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix cristatella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix criticopa -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix cuneigera -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix damarana -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix daures -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix demaryella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix diacapna -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix diffusella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix disjuncta -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix divisa -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix domicola -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix dominatrix -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix dulcis -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix eclecta -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix edocta -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix enceliae -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix endospiralis -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix epibathra -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix eremospora -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix ericameriae -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix eschatias -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix eucalypti -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix eugenmaraisi -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix eugrapha -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix eupatoriella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix eurotiella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix evanescens -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix exedra -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix extensa -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix facilis -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix fatigatella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix firmianella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix flexuosa -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix floccosa -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix flourensiae -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix formosa -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix frangutella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix franseriae -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix frigida -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix fugitans -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix fusicola -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix galeodes -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix galinsogae -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix gnaphaliella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix gossypiella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix gossypii -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix gossypina -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix hackeri -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix hagnopis -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix hamaboella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix helichrysella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix herbalbella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix hobohmi -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix humiliella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix hypocypha -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix hypsiphila -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix ilecella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix illecebrosa -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix immaculatella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix improvisa -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix inchoata -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix increpata -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix infans -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix insolita -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix instigata -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix inusitata -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix iranica -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix ivella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix jiblahensis -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix kendalli -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix khomasi -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix kimballi -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix kirkspriggsi -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix koebelella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix kogii -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix laciniatella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix lassella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix latella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix latviaella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix lavaterella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix lenis -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix leptalea -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix litigiosella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix locuples -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix longispiralis -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix longula -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix lovtsovae -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix loxoptila -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix lustrella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix lutaria -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix luteella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix magnella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix makabana -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix malivorella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix maritima -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix mehadiensis -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix melipecta -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix mellita -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix mendax -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix mesoporphyra -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix micropunctata -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix mirnae -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix monelpis -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix montana -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix muraseae -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix myricae -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix nebulosa -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix needhami -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix nepalica -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix nigricomella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix nigripunctella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix nigrovalvata -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix niveella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix noltei -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix nota -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix notella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix ochristrigella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix ochrisuffusa -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix ochritincta -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix ochromeris -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix oncota -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix oppositella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix orophilella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix packardella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix paliuricola -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix pallidula -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix pannonica -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix parasimilis -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix paroptila -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix parthenica -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix parvinotata -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix pectinella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix pectinifera -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix perfixa -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix pertusella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix phagnalella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix platyphylla -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix plucheae -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix polymniae -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix polytita -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix pomifoliella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix porthmis -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix praecipua -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix pseudosylvella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix ptochastis -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix pyrenaica -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix pyrivorella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix quadrigemina -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix quieta -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix quinquenotella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix ramallahensis -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix ratisbonensis -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix recognita -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix regaella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix rhamniella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix ruficoma -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix saccharata -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix sagax -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix salutatoria -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix sanaaensis -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix santolinella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix seneciensis -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix seorsa -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix separabilis -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix serratella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix sexnotata -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix similis -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix simulans -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix sinevi -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix solidaginiella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix sororcula -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix speciosa -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix spectabilis -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix sphaeralceae -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix splendida -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix sporobolella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix staintonella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix statica -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix stictopus -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix subnitens -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix taeniola -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix tanymorpha -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix telavivella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix tenebricosa -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix tetanota -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix tetradymiae -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix thoracella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix thurberiella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix transversata -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix transversella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix tridenticola -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix trifasciella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix tsurubamella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix tubulosa -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix ulmella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix ulmicola -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix ulmifoliae -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix ulocarena -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix unipuncta -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix univoca -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix ussurica -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix variabilis -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix varia -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix verax -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix viguierae -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix wittnebeni -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix xanthophylla -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix xenaula -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix yemenitica -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix zizyphella -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Bucculatrix zophopasta -- Species of moth in genus Bucculatrix
Wikipedia - Buckleria brasilia -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Buckleria girardi -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Buckleria madecassea -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Buckleria negotiosus -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Buckleria paludum -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Buckleria parvulus -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Buckleria -- Plume moth genus
Wikipedia - Buff arches -- Species of false owlet moth
Wikipedia - Buff ermine -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Buff-tip -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Bunaea alcinoe -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Buranovskiye Babushki -- Group of singing Udmurt grandmothers
Wikipedia - Burgena -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Burmannia (moth) -- Genus of insects in the butterfly and moth order Lepidoptera
Wikipedia - Burnet companion -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Buszkoiana -- Monotypic genus of plume moths
Wikipedia - Cabbage looper -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cabbage moth -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cacochroa corfuella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cacochroa permixtella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cacoecimorpha -- Monotypic genus of tortrix moths
Wikipedia - Cacolyces -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cadarena -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Cadra abstersella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cadra calidella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cadra delattinella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cadra figulilella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cadra furcatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caecilia Metella (daughter of Balearicus) -- Mother of Roman Tribune Clodius Pulcher
Wikipedia - Caenurgina crassiuscula -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caenurgina erechtea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caesarean section -- Surgical procedure in which a baby is delivered through an incision in the mother's abdomen
Wikipedia - Calamia tridens -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Calamotropha aureliellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Calamotropha melli -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Calamotropha paludella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Calamotropodes -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Calidota guzmani -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caligula boisduvali -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caligula lindia -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Callidrepana albiceris -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Callidrepana amaura -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Callidrepana argenteola -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Callidrepana argyrobapta -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Callidrepana gelidata -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Callidrepana gemina -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Callidrepana heinzhuebneri -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Callidrepana hirayamai -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Callidrepana jianfenglingensis -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Callidrepana macnultyi -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Callidrepana micacea -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Callidrepana nana -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Callidrepana ovata -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Callidrepana patrana -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Callidrepana pulcherrima -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Callidrepana saucia -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Callidrepana serena -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Callidrepana splendens -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Callidrepana vanbraeckeli -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Callidula atata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Callidula -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Callidulidae -- Family of Old World butterfly-moths
Wikipedia - Calliergis ramosa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Callistege mi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Callisto basistrigella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Callisto coffeella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Callisto denticulella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Callisto insperatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Callisto pfaffenzelleri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Calliteara abietis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Calliteara pudibunda -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Callopistria juventina -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Callopistria latreillei -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Callosamia angulifera -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Callosamia promethea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Calocucullia celsiae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Calonotos tripunctata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Calophasia lunula -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Calophasia opalina -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Calophasia platyptera -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caloptilia acerivorella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caloptilia alchimiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caloptilia alpherakiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caloptilia azaleella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caloptilia betulicola -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caloptilia bistrigella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caloptilia braccatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caloptilia chalcoptera -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caloptilia columbaepennella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caloptilia coruscans -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caloptilia cuculipennella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caloptilia elongella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caloptilia falconipennella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caloptilia fidella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caloptilia flava -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caloptilia fribergensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caloptilia hemidactylella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caloptilia honoratella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caloptilia leucapennella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caloptilia magnifica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caloptilia nobilella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caloptilia onustella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caloptilia populetorum -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caloptilia rhodinella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caloptilia robustella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caloptilia roscipennella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caloptilia rufipennella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caloptilia saccisquamata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caloptilia semifascia -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caloptilia stigmatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caloptilia suberinella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caloptilia thiophylla -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Calybites hauderi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Calybites phasianipennella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Calyciphora acarnella -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Calyciphora adamas -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Calyciphora albodactylus -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Calyciphora golestanica -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Calyciphora homoiodactyla -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Calyciphora marashella -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Calyciphora nephelodactyla -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Calyciphora -- Plume moth genus
Wikipedia - Calyciphora xanthodactyla -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Calymma -- Genus and species of moth
Wikipedia - Calyptra canadensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Calyptra (moth) -- Genus of moths in subfamily Calpinae of the family Erebidae
Wikipedia - Calyptra thalictri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Camerunia albida -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Camerunia flava -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Camerunia orphne -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Camerunia -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Campaea honoraria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Campaea margaritata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Campaea perlata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Camptogramma bilineata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Camptoloma tigrinus -- species of moth
Wikipedia - Canararctia -- Genus and species of moth
Wikipedia - Candiopella dukei -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Canephora hirsuta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cangetta -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Canucha bouvieri -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Canucha curvaria -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Canucha duplexa -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Canucha miranda -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Canucha specularis -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Canucha sublignata -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Capperia agadirensis -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Capperia bonneaui -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Capperia britanniodactylus -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Capperia browni -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Capperia celeusi -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Capperia evansi -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Capperia fletcheri -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Capperia fusca -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Capperia hellenica -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Capperia irkutica -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Capperia jozana -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Capperia loranus -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Capperia maratonica -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Capperia marginellus -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Capperia meyi -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Capperia ningoris -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Capperia polonica -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Capperia raptor -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Capperia salanga -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Capperia taurica -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Capperia trichodactyla -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Capperia washbourni -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Capperia -- Plume moth genus
Wikipedia - Capperia zelleri -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Caprinia -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Capsula algae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Capsula sparganii -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Capua vulgana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Capuchin Sisters of Mother Rubatto
Wikipedia - Caradrina flavirena -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caradrina germainii -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caradrina gilva -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caradrina kadenii -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caradrina montana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caradrina morpheus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caradrina selini -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Carcina quercana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cardepia affinis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cardepia sociabilis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caribou mother -- Inuit deity
Wikipedia - Carole Middleton -- English businesswoman. Mother of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge
Wikipedia - Caroline Ingalls -- Mother of Laura Ingalls Wilder
Wikipedia - Carpatolechia aenigma -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Carpatolechia alburnella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Carpatolechia decorella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Carpatolechia epomidella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Carpatolechia fugacella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Carpatolechia fugitivella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Carpatolechia intermediella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Carpatolechia minor -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Carpatolechia notatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Carpatolechia proximella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Carposina berberidella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Carposina gracillima -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Carposina scirrhosella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Carposina viduana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Carsia sororiata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum albifaciella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum alsinella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum amaurella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum arenbergeri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum baischi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum blandella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum blandelloides -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum blandulella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum bosalella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum cassella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum cauligenella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum crepusculella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum crypticum -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum dauphini -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum delphinatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum fibigerium -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum fraternella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum gallagenellum -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum hispanicum -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum huebneri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum interalbicella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum jaspidella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum junctella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum klosi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum kroesmanniella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum laceratella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum leucofasciatum -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum leucomelanella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum leucothoracellum -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum marmorea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum mazeli -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum moehringiae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum mucronatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum oculatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum peregrinella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum petrophila -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum petryi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum provinciella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum proxima -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum pullatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum repentis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum saginella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum schleichi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum siculum -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum srnkai -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum stramentella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum tischeriella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum trauniella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum tricolorella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum vicinella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caryocolum viscariella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Casilda consecraria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cassiopeia (mother of Andromeda)
Wikipedia - Catabena -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Catabenoides vitrina -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cataclysme riguata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cataclysta lemnata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catacometes hemiscia -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catacometes phanozona -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catacometes -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Catajana -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Catapterix crimaea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catarhoe cuculata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catarhoe rubidata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catatinagma trivittellum -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Category:Discoveries by Timothy B. Spahr
Wikipedia - Category:Mary, mother of Jesus
Wikipedia - Category:Mother Teresa
Wikipedia - Category:Timothy Leary
Wikipedia - Catephia alchymista -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caterpillar -- Larva of a butterfly or moth
Wikipedia - Catharia -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Cathedral-Basilica of Our Crowned Mother of Palmar -- Seat of the Palmarian Catholic Church
Wikipedia - Cathedral of Blessed Mother Teresa in Pristina
Wikipedia - Cathedral of Saint Mother Teresa, Pristina
Wikipedia - Catocala adultera -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala alabamae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala amatrix -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala amestris -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala amica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala brandti -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala coniuncta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala conversa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala desdemona -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala dilecta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala disjuncta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala diversa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala electa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala elocata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala eutychea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala fraxini -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala fulminea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala gracilis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala grynea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala habilis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala hermia -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala ilia -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala innubens -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala judith -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala junctura -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala kuangtungensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala lineella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala lupina -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala mariana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala meskei -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala micronympha -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala neglecta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala neogama -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala nymphaea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala nymphagoga -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala oberthueri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala optata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala pacta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala palaeogama -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala parta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala promissa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala puerpera -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala relicta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala retecta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala separata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala sponsa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala sultana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catocala ultronia -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria acutangulellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria biformellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria bolivari -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria captiva -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria casalei -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria casperella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria combinella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria conchella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria confusellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria corsicellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria digitellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria dimorphellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria domaviellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria europaeica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria falsella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria fibigeri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria fulgidella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria furcatellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria gozmanyi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria kasyi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria laevigatellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria languidellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria luctiferella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria lythargyrella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria maculalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria majorellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria margaritella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria myella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria mytilella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria olympica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria orientellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria orobiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria osthelderi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria pauperellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria permiacus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria permutatellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria petrificella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria pinella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria pyramidellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria radiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria siliciellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria spatulelloides -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria spatulellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria speculalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria staudingeri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria verellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Catoptria zermattensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cauchas albiantennella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cauchas anatolica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cauchas breviantennella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cauchas fibulella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cauchas leucocerella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cauchas rufifrontella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cauchas rufimitrella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Caulastrocecis gypsella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cedestis gysseleniella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cedestis subfasciella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Celaena haworthii -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Celypha flavipalpana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Celypha woodiana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cenarchis -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Centrartha -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Cepphis advenaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ceracanthia vepreculella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cerace malayana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ceramica pisi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ceranemota albertae -- Species of false owlet moth
Wikipedia - Ceranemota amplifascia -- Species of false owlet moth
Wikipedia - Ceranemota crumbi -- Species of false owlet moth
Wikipedia - Ceranemota fasciata -- Species of false owlet moth
Wikipedia - Ceranemota improvisa -- Species of false owlet moth
Wikipedia - Ceranemota partida -- Species of false owlet moth
Wikipedia - Ceranemota semifasciata -- Species of false owlet moth
Wikipedia - Ceranemota tearlei -- Species of false owlet moth
Wikipedia - Cerapteryx graminis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cerastis faceta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cerastis leucographa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cerastis rubricosa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ceratoclasis -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Ceratomia amyntor -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ceratomia catalpae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ceratomia undulosa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cerconota impressella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cerconota -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Cerura erminea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cerurographa -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Chalcidoptera -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Chalciope (moth) -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Chalcoela iphitalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chalenata -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Chamaesphecia aerifrons -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chamaesphecia albiventris -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chamaesphecia alysoniformis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chamaesphecia anatolica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chamaesphecia annellata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chamaesphecia anthraciformis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chamaesphecia astatiformis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chamaesphecia bibioniformis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chamaesphecia crassicornis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chamaesphecia doleriformis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chamaesphecia empiformis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chamaesphecia euceraeformis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chamaesphecia gorbunovi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chamaesphecia hungarica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chamaesphecia leucopsiformis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chamaesphecia masariformis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chamaesphecia maurusia -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chamaesphecia minoica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chamaesphecia mysiniformis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chamaesphecia osmiaeformis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chamaesphecia oxybeliformis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chamaesphecia palustris -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chamaesphecia proximata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chamaesphecia ramburi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chamaesphecia schmidtiiformis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chamaesphecia staudingeri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chamaesphecia tenthrediniformis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chamaesphecia thracica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chandata aglaja -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Charadra deridens -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Charanyca trigrammica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chariaspilates -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Charissa glaucinaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Charissa obscurata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Charissa pullata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Charissa variegata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Charles Timothy Brooks
Wikipedia - Chasmina candida -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chelis maculosa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chelis simplonica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chelis -- Genus of tiger moth
Wikipedia - Chemotherapy -- Treatment of cancer using drugs that inhibit cell division or kill cells
Wikipedia - Cherchera -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Chersadaula ochrogastra -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chersotis alpestris -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chersotis andereggii -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chersotis cuprea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chersotis elegans -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chersotis fimbriola -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chersotis laeta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chersotis larixia -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chersotis margaritacea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chersotis multangula -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chersotis ocellina -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chersotis oreina -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chersotis rectangula -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chesias capriata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chesias isabella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chesias rufata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chestnut clearwing moth -- Extinct species of moth
Wikipedia - Chestnut ermine moth -- Extinct species of moth
Wikipedia - Chezala carella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Childbirth -- Expulsion of a fetus from the pregnant mother's uterus
Wikipedia - Children, Mother, and the General -- 1955 film
Wikipedia - Chilodes maritimus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chilo luteellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chilo phragmitella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chilo pulverosellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chilo suppressalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chionodes apolectella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chionodes bastuliella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chionodes bicolor -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chionodes continuella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chionodes distinctella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chionodes electella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chionodes fumatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chionodes hayreddini -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chionodes hinnella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chionodes holosericella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chionodes ignorantella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chionodes luctuella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chionodes lugubrella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chionodes mediofuscella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chionodes mongolica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chionodes nebulosella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chionodes nubilella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chionodes obscurusella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chionodes perpetuella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chionodes praeclarella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chionodes soella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chionodes tragicella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chionodes viduella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chionodes violacea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chloantha hyperici -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chlorissa cloraria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chlorissa viridata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chloroclysta miata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chloroclysta siterata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chloroclystis coloptila -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chloroclystis gymnoscelides -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chloroclystis ignava -- Species of moth.
Wikipedia - Chloroclystis perissa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chloroclystis rietzi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cholius luteolaris -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chondrostega vandalicia -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Choreutis diana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Choreutis nemorana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Choreutis pariana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Choreutis -- Namesake genus of the "metalmark moth" family Choreutidae
Wikipedia - Choristoneura metasequoiacola -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Choristoneura murinana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Choristoneura -- Genus of moths in the family Tortricidae
Wikipedia - Choristostigma -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Chorizomena -- Genus of geometer moths (Geometridae) in subfamily Sterrhinae
Wikipedia - Chortodes fluxa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chortodes morrisii -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Christine Collins -- American mother of disappeared son
Wikipedia - Christopher Timothy -- Welsh actor
Wikipedia - Christ Taking Leave of his Mother (Lotto) -- 1521 painting by Lorenzo Lotto
Wikipedia - Christ taking leave of his Mother -- Theme in Christian art
Wikipedia - Chromotherapy -- Alternative medicine method also known as color therapy
Wikipedia - Chrysiridia rhipheus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chrysoclista abchasica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chrysoclista lathamella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chrysoclista linneella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chrysoclista splendida -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chrysocrambus craterellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chrysocrambus linetella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chrysoctenis -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Chrysodeixis includens -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chrysoesthia atriplicella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chrysoesthia drurella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chrysoesthia eppelsheimi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chrysoesthia sexguttella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chrysonoma fascialis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Chrysoteuchia culmella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Church of St. Mary, Mother of the Church (Fishkill, New York)
Wikipedia - Church of the Holy Mother of God (Aleppo)
Wikipedia - Church of the Holy Venerable Mother Parascheva
Wikipedia - Cibyra munona -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cibyra terea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cibyra -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Cidaria fulvata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cilix algirica -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Cilix argenta -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Cilix asiatica -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Cilix danieli -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Cilix depalpata -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Cilix filipjevi -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Cilix hispanica -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Cilix patula -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Cilix tatsienluica -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Cirrhochrista metisalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cirrhochrista -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Cirromitra tetratherma -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cisseps fulvicollis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Citioica anthonilis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Clarkenia pantherina -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Clarkeulia dubia -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Clavigesta sylvestrana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Clemensia albata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cleonymia baetica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cleonymia yvanii -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cleora acaciaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cleora cinctaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cleora fraterna -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cleora inelegans -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cleora injectaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cleora inoffensa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cleora leucophaea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cleora munditibia -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cleora projecta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cleora repetita -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cleora samoana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cleora scriptaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cleora sublunaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cleora tora -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cleora transversaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cleorodes -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Clepsis consimilana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Clepsis flavidana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Clepsis neglectana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Clepsis pallidana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Clepsis rurinana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Clepsis senecionana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cleptotypodes -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Clethrogyna antiquoides -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Clethrogyna aurolimbata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cliniodes iopolia -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cloaked pug -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Clostera anachoreta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Clostera anastomosis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Clostera curtula -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Clostera pigra -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Clouded border -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Clytie illunaris -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Clytie syriaca -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - CM-EM-^MatlM-DM-+cue -- Aztec mother goddess
Wikipedia - Cnaemidophorus horribilis -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Cnaemidophorus rhododactyla -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Cnaemidophorus smithi -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Cnaemidophorus urbicella -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Cnaemidophorus -- Plume moth genus
Wikipedia - Cnaphalocrocis cochrusalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cnaphalocrocis medinalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cnaphalocrocis poeyalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cnaphalocrocis trapezalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cnaphalocrocis -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Cnephasia alticolana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cnephasia asseclana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cnephasia communana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cnephasia cupressivorana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cnephasia gueneeana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cnephasia hellenica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cnephasia heringi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cnephasia incertana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cnephasia stephensiana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cobra Juicy -- album by Black Moth Super Rainbow
Wikipedia - Cobubatha ochrocraspis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coccidiphila danilevskyi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coccidiphila gerasimovi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coccidiphila ledereriella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cochylidia heydeniana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cochylidia implicitana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cochylidia rupicola -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cochylidia subroseana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cochylimorpha agenjoi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cochylimorpha blandana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cochylimorpha clathrana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cochylimorpha cultana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cochylimorpha decolorella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cochylimorpha discolorana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cochylimorpha discopunctana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cochylimorpha elongana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cochylimorpha erlebachi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cochylimorpha fucatana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cochylimorpha fucosa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cochylimorpha halophilana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cochylimorpha hilarana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cochylimorpha jucundana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cochylimorpha obliquana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cochylimorpha perfusana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cochylimorpha peucedana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cochylimorpha pyramidana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cochylimorpha salinarida -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cochylimorpha santolinana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cochylimorpha sparsana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cochylimorpha straminea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cochylimorpha subwoliniana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cochylimorpha tiraculana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cochylimorpha woliniana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cochylis dubitana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cochylis maiana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cochylis molliculana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cochylis posterana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cochylis roseana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cocytia -- Genus and species of moth
Wikipedia - Cocytiini -- Tribe of moths
Wikipedia - Codling moth -- Species of moth that feeds on fruit (Cydia pomonella)
Wikipedia - Coenobia rufa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coenocalpe lapidata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coenodomus fumosalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coenophila subrosea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coenotephria ablutaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coenotephria salicata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coenotephria tophaceata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coeranica isabella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Colabata basifulva -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Colabata dora -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Colabata eadgara -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Colabata ephora -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Colabata hezia -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Colabata illauta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Colabata liliana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Colabata lybia -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Colabata marginalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Colabata mendozata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Colabata thea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Colabata -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Coleophora absinthii -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora absinthivora -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora achaenivora -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora achilleae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora acrisella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora acutiphaga -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora adelogrammella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora adjectella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora adjunctella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora adspersella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora aestuariella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora aethiops -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora agenjoi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora agilis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora agnatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora agrianella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora ahenella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora alashiae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora albarracinica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora albella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora albicans -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora albicella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora albicinctella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora albicosta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora albicostella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora albidella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora albilineella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora albitarsella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora albostraminata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora albulae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora alcyonipennella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora aleramica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora alfacarensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora algeriensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora algidella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora alhamaella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora aliena -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora almeriensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora alnifoliae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora alticolella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora altivagella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora amellivora -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora amethystinella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora anitella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora antennariella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora arctostaphyli -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora arefactella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora arenbergerella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora argenteonivea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora argentula -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora artemisicolella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora asteris -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora asthenella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora astragalella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora atriplicis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora audeoudi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora auricella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora badiipennella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora bagorella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora ballotella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora barbaricina -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora basimaculella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora bassii -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora bazae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora berbera -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora berdjanski -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora berlandella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora beticella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora betulella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora bifrondella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora bilineatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora bilineella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora binderella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora binotapennella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora biseriatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora boreella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora bornicensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora botaurella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora brevipalpella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora breviuscula -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora brunneosignata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora burmanni -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora caelebipennella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora caespititiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora callipepla -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora calycotomella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora campestriphaga -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora carelica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora cartilaginella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora cecidophorella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora centaureivora -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora certhiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora chalcogrammella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora chamaedriella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora changaica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora charadriella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora chiclanensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora chretieni -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora christenseni -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora chrysanthemi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora ciconiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora ciliataephaga -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora cinerea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora clypeiferella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora cnossiaca -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora coarctataephaga -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora cogitata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora colutella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora congeriella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora conspicuella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora conyzae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora coracipennella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora cornutella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora coronillae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora corsicella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora corticosa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora cracella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora crepidinella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora cuprariella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora currucipennella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora cyrniella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora cythisanthi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora deauratella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora delmastroella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora dentiferella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora depunctella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora derasofasciella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora derrai -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora deviella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora dianthivora -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora dianthi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora didymella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora dignella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora diluta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora directella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora discordella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora dissona -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora ditella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora drymidis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora dubiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora epijudaica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora etrusca -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora eupepla -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora eupreta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora eurasiatica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora expressella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora femorella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora feoleuca -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora festivella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora filaginella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora fiorii -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora flaviella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora flavipennella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora follicularis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora frankii -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora fretella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora fringillella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora frischella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora fuliginosa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora fuscicornis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora fuscociliella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora fuscocuprella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora fuscolineata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora galatellae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora galbulipennella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora gallipennella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora gallurella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora gardesanella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora gaviaepennella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora genistae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora gielisi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora glareolella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora glaseri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora glaucicolella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora glitzella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora gnaphalii -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora graeca -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora graminicolella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora granulatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora granulosella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora gredosella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora griseomixta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora gryphipennella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora guadicensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora gulinovi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora gurunensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora hackmani -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora halophilella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora haoma -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora hartigi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora helianthemella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora helichrysiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora hemerobiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora hermanniella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora hiberica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora hieronella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora hipponae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora horatioella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora hungariae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora hydrolapathella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora hyssopi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora ibipennella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora idaeella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora ignotella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora impalella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora infolliculella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora insulicola -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora internitens -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora inulae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora inusitatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora involucrella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora iperspinata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora irinella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora isomoera -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora jaernaensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora jefreniensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora jerusalemella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora juncicolella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora jynxella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora kahaourella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora kautzi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora korbi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora kroneella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora kuehnella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora kyffhusana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora laconiae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora laricella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora lebedella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora ledi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora lenae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora leonensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora lessinica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora lewandowskii -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora limosipennella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora lineata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora lineolea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora linosyridella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora linosyris -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora lithargyrinella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora lixella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora longicornella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora loxodon -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora luciennella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora lusciniaepennella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora lusitanica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora lutatiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora luteochrella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora luteolella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora lutipennella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora macedonica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora macrobiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora magyarica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora malatiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora marcarolensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora maritimarum -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora maritimella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora mausolella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora mayrella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora medelichensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora mediterranea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora mendica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora meridionella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora microalbella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora micronotella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora millefolii -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora milvipennis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora minipalpella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora minoica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora moehringiae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora monteiroi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora motacillella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora murciana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora murinella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora musculella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora narbonensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora neli -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora nepetellae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora nesiotidella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora nevadella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora nigridorsella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora nikiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora niveiciliella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora niveicostella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora niveistrigella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora nomgona -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora nubivagella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora nutantella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora obscenella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora obscuripalpella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora obtectella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora obviella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora occasi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora occatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora occitana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora ochrea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora ochripennella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora ochroflava -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora odorariella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora olympica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora onobrychiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora ononidella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora onopordiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora orbitella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora oriolella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora ornatipennella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora ortneri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora otidipennella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora pappiferella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora paradrymidis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora paramayrella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora parenthella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora paripennella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora parthenogenella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora partitella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora parvicuprella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora patzaki -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora peisoniella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora pellicornella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora pennella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora peribenanderi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora peri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora perplexella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora peterseni -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora phlomidis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora picardella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora plicipunctella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora plumbella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora polonicella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora pontica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora potentillae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora praecursella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora pratella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora preisseckeri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora pruniella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora prunifoliae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora pseudociconiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora pseudodianthi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora pseudodirectella -- Species of moth endemic to Poland
Wikipedia - Coleophora pseudoditella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora pseudolinosyris -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora pseudorepentis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora pseudosquamosella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora ptarmicia -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora pterosparti -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora pulmonariella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora punctulatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora pyrenaica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora pyrrhulipennella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora quadristraminella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora ramosella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora ravillella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora rectilineella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora remizella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora repentis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora retifera -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora retrodentella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora ribasella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora riffelensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora rudella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora salicorniae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora salinella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora santolinella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora saponariella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora sardiniae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora sardocorsa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora sattleri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora saturatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora saxicolella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora scabrida -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora schmidti -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora semicinerea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora sergiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora serinipennella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora serpylletorum -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora serratella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora serratulella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora settarii -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora sibiricella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora siccifolia -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora silenella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora sisteronica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora sodae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora soffneriella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora solenella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora solidaginella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora solitariella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora soriaella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora spartana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora spinella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora spiraeella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora spumosella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora squalorella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora squamella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora squamosella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora staehelinella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora sternipennella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora stramentella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora striatipennella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora strigosella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora striolatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora struella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora strutiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora subula -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora succursella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora sumptuosa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora superlonga -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora supinella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora svenssoni -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora sylvaticella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora tabelli -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora taeniipennella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora tamesis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora tanaceti -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora tanitella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora taurica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora tauricella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora taygeti -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora telonica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora tenuis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora texanella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora therinella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora thulea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora thurneri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora thymi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora tolli -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora tractella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora traugotti -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora treskaensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora trichopterella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora tricolor -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora tridentifera -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora trientella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora trifariella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora trifolii -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora trigeminella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora trochilella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora turbatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora turolella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora tyrrhaenica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora ucrainae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora uliginosella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora unigenella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora unipunctella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora univittella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora uralensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora vacciniella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora valesianella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora vanderwolfi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora varensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora variicornis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora ventadelsolella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora vermiculatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora versurella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora vestalella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora vestianella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora vibicella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora vibicigerella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora vicinella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora violacea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora virgatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora virgaureae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora vitisella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora vivesella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora vulnerariae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora vulpecula -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Coleophora wockeella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora wolschrijni -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora zelleriella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora zernyi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophora zukowskii -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleophoridae -- Family of moths
Wikipedia - Coleotechnites piceaella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coleotechnites -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Collita griseola -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Collix mesopora -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Colobochyla salicalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Colocasia coryli -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Colomychus talis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Colomychus -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Colostygia aptata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Colostygia kollariaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Colostygia multistrigaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Colostygia olivata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Colostygia pectinataria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Colostygia turbata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Columbian mammoth -- An extinct species of mammoth that inhabited North America
Wikipedia - Commemorations of Mother Teresa
Wikipedia - Common carpet -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Common emerald -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Common footman -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Common marbled carpet -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Common pug -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Common Quaker -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Common swift (moth) -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Common wave -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Common white wave -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Compsolechia drachmaea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Compsoptera argentaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Compsoptera jourdanaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Compsoptera opacaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Compsotropha selenias -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Conchylodes -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Condica confederata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Condylorrhiza vestigialis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Confused moth -- Extinct species of moth
Wikipedia - Congregation of Mother of Carmel
Wikipedia - Congregation of the Mother of Carmel
Wikipedia - Conisania andalusica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Conisania leineri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Conisania luteago -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Conistra erythrocephala -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Conistra ligula -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Conistra rubiginea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Conistra rubiginosa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Conistra vaccinii -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Conobrosis acervata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Conogethes punctiferalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Conogethes -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Copanarta sexpunctata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Copanarta -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Copper underwing -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coptobasis -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Coptotriche heinemanni -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coptotriche marginea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coranarta cordigera -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cornelia van Cortlandt -- Mother of Philip Schuyler
Wikipedia - Cornel Rasanga Amoth -- Kenyan politician
Wikipedia - Corocosma memorabilis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Corsocasis coronias -- Moth species in family Schreckensteiniidae
Wikipedia - Corsocasis cryptosema -- Moth species in family Schreckensteiniidae
Wikipedia - Corsocasis gastrozona -- Moth species in family Schreckensteiniidae
Wikipedia - Corsocasis -- Moth genus in family Schreckensteiniidae
Wikipedia - Coscinia bifasciata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Coscinia cribraria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cosmardia moritzella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cosmaresta charaxias -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cosmaresta eugramma -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cosmia affinis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cosmia diffinis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cosmoclostis aglaodesma -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Cosmoclostis auxileuca -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Cosmoclostis brachybela -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Cosmoclostis chalconota -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Cosmoclostis gmelina -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Cosmoclostis hemiadelpha -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Cosmoclostis lamprosema -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Cosmoclostis leucomochla -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Cosmoclostis parauxileuca -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Cosmoclostis quadriquadra -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Cosmoclostis schouteni -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Cosmoclostis -- Plume moth genus
Wikipedia - Cosmopterigidae -- Family of moths
Wikipedia - Cosmopterix abnormalis -- Species of moth from the Caribbean
Wikipedia - Cosmopterix aculeata -- Species of moth from Asia and Australia
Wikipedia - Cosmopterix acutivalva -- Species of moth from Thailand
Wikipedia - Cosmopterix adrastea -- Species of moth from Cuba
Wikipedia - Cosmopterix albicaudis -- Species of moth from the Caribbean
Wikipedia - Cosmopterix amalthea -- Species of moth from Cuba
Wikipedia - Cosmopterix anadoxa -- Species of moth from India
Wikipedia - Cosmopterix ananke -- Species of moth from Brazil
Wikipedia - Cosmopterix ancalodes -- Species of moth from India
Wikipedia - Cosmopterix ancistraea -- Species of moth from South Africa
Wikipedia - Cosmopterix angoonae -- Species of moth from Thailand
Wikipedia - Cosmopterix antichorda -- Species of moth from South Africa
Wikipedia - Cosmopterix aphranassa -- Species of moth from French Polynesia
Wikipedia - Cosmopterix argentifera -- Species of moth from Jamaica
Wikipedia - Cosmopterix argentitegulella -- Species of moth from Russia and China
Wikipedia - Cosmopterix artifica -- Species of moth from Sri Lanka
Wikipedia - Cosmopterix asiatica -- Species of moth from India
Wikipedia - Cosmopterix asignella -- Species of moth from Russia
Wikipedia - Cosmopterix astrapias -- Species of moth from the Americas
Wikipedia - Cosmopterix asymmetrella -- Species of moth from Russia
Wikipedia - Cosmopterix athesiae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cosmopterix aurella -- Species of moth from the Solomon Islands
Wikipedia - Cosmopterix aurotegulae -- Species of moth from Mexico
Wikipedia - Cosmopterix bactrophora -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cosmopterix coryphaea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cosmopterix crassicervicella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cosmopterix latilineata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cosmopterix lienigiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cosmopterix margaritae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cosmopterix orichalcea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cosmopterix pararufella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cosmopterix pulchrimella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cosmopterix schmidiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cosmopterix scribaiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cosmopterix -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Cosmopterix zieglerella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cosmorhoe -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Cosmotheism
Wikipedia - Cosmotheology
Wikipedia - Cosmotriche lobulina -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cossidae -- Family of moths
Wikipedia - Cossoidea -- Superfamily of moths
Wikipedia - Cossulus argentatus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cossulus sergechurkini -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cossus cossus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cossus siniaevi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Costaconvexa centrostrigaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Costaconvexa polygrammata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cotachena -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Cotana affinis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cotana albaserrati -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cotana albomaculata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cotana aroa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cotana biagi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cotana brunnescens -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cotana castaneorufa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cotana dubia -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cotana eichhorni -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cotana germana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cotana joiceyi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cotana lunulata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cotana meeki -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cotana neurina -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cotana pallidipascia -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cotana postpallida -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cotana rosselliana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cotana rubrescens -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cotana serranotata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cotana splendida -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cotana tenebricosa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cotana unistrigata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cotana variegata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cotana -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Coxcomb prominent -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Crambinae -- Subfamily of moths
Wikipedia - Crambus alienellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Crambus cyrnellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Crambus ericella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Crambus hamella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Crambus heringiellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Crambus lathoniellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Crambus palustrellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Crambus pascuella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Crambus perlella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Crambus pratella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Crambus silvella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Crambus uliginosellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Craniophora ligustri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Craniophora pontica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Crassa tinctella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Crassa unitella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Crassa -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Crassuncus colubratus -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Crassuncus defectus -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Crassuncus ecstaticus -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Crassuncus livingstoni -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Crassuncus orophilus -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Crassuncus pacifica -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Crassuncus pseudolaudatus -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Crassuncus timidus -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Crassuncus -- Plume moth genus
Wikipedia - Creatonotos gangis -- Species of arctiine moth found in South East Asia and Australia
Wikipedia - Crepidosceles exanthema -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Crinopteryx -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Criophthona -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Criticism of Mother Teresa -- Summary of criticisms of Mother Teresa's charity, medical facilities and associations with public figures
Wikipedia - Crocallis tusciaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Crocidosema leprarum -- A moth of the family Tortricidae endemic to the Hawaiian islands
Wikipedia - Crocodeta variegata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Crocota niveata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Crocota peletieraria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Crocota tinctaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Crocydoscelus -- Monotypic genus of plume moths
Wikipedia - Crombrugghia distans -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Crombrugghia kollari -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Crombrugghia laetus -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Crombrugghia reichli -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Crombrugghia tristis -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Crombrugghia -- Plume moth genus
Wikipedia - Cronicombra granulata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cross of Honour of the German Mother -- Nazi German decoration honouring mothers of large families
Wikipedia - Crossophora -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Cryphia algae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cryphia ochsi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cryphia petrea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cryphia raptricula -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cryphioxena notosema -- Australian species of moth
Wikipedia - Crypsedra gemmea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Crypsedra -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Crypsityla -- Genus of geometer moths (Geometridae) in subfamily Sterrhinae
Wikipedia - Cryptoblabes bistriga -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cryptoblabes ephestialis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cryptoblabes gnidiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cryptobotys -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Cryptocochylis -- Monotypic genus of tortrix moths
Wikipedia - Cryptolechia callixyla -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cryptolechia orthotoma -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cryptophasa hyalinopa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ctenoplusia accentifera -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ctenoplusia oxygramma -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ctenucha braganza -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ctenucha virginica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cucullia absinthii -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cucullia argentea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cucullia artemisiae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cucullia asteris -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cucullia boryphora -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cucullia calendulae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cucullia chamomillae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cucullia fraudatrix -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cucullia gnaphalii -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cucullia lactucae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cucullia lucifuga -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cucullia santolinae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cucullia santonici -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cucullia syrtana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cucullia tanaceti -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cucullia xeranthemi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cupedia cupediella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Currant pug -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cybele -- Anatolian mother goddess
Wikipedia - Cybosia -- Genus and species of moth
Wikipedia - Cyclidia dictyaria -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Cyclidia diehli -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Cyclidia fabiolaria -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Cyclidia fractifasciata -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Cyclidia javana -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Cyclidia orciferaria -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Cyclidia pitmani -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Cyclidia rectificata -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Cyclidia sericea -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Cyclidia substigmaria -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Cyclidiinae -- Subfamily of hook-tip moths
Wikipedia - Cyclophora albiocellaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cyclophora albipunctata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cyclophora anaisaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cyclophora angeronaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cyclophora annularia -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cyclophora aquila -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cyclophora ariadne -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cyclophora arthura -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cyclophora atrimacula -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cyclophora auricosta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cyclophora azorensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cyclophora hyponoea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cyclophora lennigiaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cyclophora linearia -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cyclophora nanaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cyclophora pendulinaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cyclophora porata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cyclophora punctaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cyclophora puppillaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cyclophora quercimontaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cyclophora ruficiliaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cyclophora serveti -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cyclophora suppunctaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cyclophosphamide -- Medication used as chemotherapy and to suppress the immune system
Wikipedia - Cycnia tenera -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cydalima perspectalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cydalima -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Cydia amplana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cydia cosmophorana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cydia fagiglandana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cydia indivisa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cydia inquinatana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cydia medicaginis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cydia millenniana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cydia nigricana -- Pea moth
Wikipedia - Cydia plicatum -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cydia pyrivora -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cydia servillana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cydia splendana -- Chestnut and acorn moth
Wikipedia - Cydia strobilella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cydia ulicetana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cydosia nobilitella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cymbalophora pudica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cymolomia hartigiana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cynaeda dentalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cynaeda gigantea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Cyrtojana -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Cytarabine -- Chemical compound (chemotherapy medication)
Wikipedia - Dactylotula altithermella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dactylotula kinkerella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dahlica lichenella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dahlica triquetrella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dancing Mothers -- 1926 film by Herbert Brenon
Wikipedia - Daphnis nerii -- Species of Moth
Wikipedia - Daphnis torenia -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Darapsa choerilus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Darapsa myron -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Darapsa versicolor -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dark dagger -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dasypolia templi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dasysphinx garleppi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dasystoma salicella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - David's Mother -- 1994 television film directed by Robert Allan Ackerman
Wikipedia - Deana -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Death of Caylee Anthony -- American girl whose mother was found not guilty of her death
Wikipedia - Decantha borkhausenii -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dectocera -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Deep sulcus sign -- Radiological sign indicating pneumothorax
Wikipedia - De Havilland DH.60 Moth -- 1925 utility aircraft family
Wikipedia - De Havilland Fox Moth -- Light transport biplane developed by de Havilland in the UK in the early 1930s
Wikipedia - De Havilland Hornet Moth
Wikipedia - De Havilland Swallow Moth -- 1930s aircraft
Wikipedia - Deilephila elpenor -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Deilephila porcellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Deileptenia ribeata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dejongia californicus -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Dejongia lobidactylus -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Dejongia -- Plume moth genus
Wikipedia - Delexocha -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Delplanqueia cortella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Delplanqueia dilutella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Delplanqueia inscriptella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Deltophora duplicata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Deltophora stictella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Deltophora -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Deltote bankiana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Deltote deceptoria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Demopsestis formosana -- Species of false owlet moth
Wikipedia - Demopsestis mahendrai -- Species of false owlet moth
Wikipedia - Demopsestis punctigera -- Species of false owlet moth
Wikipedia - Demopsestis yoshimotoi -- Species of false owlet moth
Wikipedia - Dendrolimus pini -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Denisia albimaculea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Denisia muellerrutzi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Denisia nubilosella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Denisia obscurella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Denisia similella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Denisia stipella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Denisia stroemella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Denisia -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Denis Lamothe -- Canadian politician
Wikipedia - Denticucullus pygmina -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dentifovea fulvifascialis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria absynthiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria adustatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria albipunctella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria artemisiae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria badiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria beckmanni -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria bupleurella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria cervicella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria chaerophylli -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria cinderella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria corticinella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria daucella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria daucivorella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria depressana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria deverrella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria dictamnella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria discipunctella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria douglasella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria emeritella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria erinaceella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria eryngiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria floridella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria gallicella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria genistella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria halophilella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria heydenii -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria hirtipalpis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria hofmanni -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria hystricella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria incognitella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria indelibatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria krasnowodskella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria lacticapitella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria leucocephala -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria libanotidella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria manglisiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria marcella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria millefoliella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria moranella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria nemolella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria olerella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria peniculatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria pentheri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria pimpinellae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria pulcherrimella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria pyrenaella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria radiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria radiosquamella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria silesiaca -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria sordidatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria subalbipunctella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria tenebricosa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria ultimella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria ululana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria velox -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria veneficella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria venustella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressaria -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Depressaria zelleri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Depressariidae -- Family of moths
Wikipedia - Dermotherium -- Extinct genus of mammals related to the living colugos
Wikipedia - Deroca hidda -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Deroca hyalina -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Deroca inconclusa -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Deroca pulla -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Deroxena venosulella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Deserticossus arenicola -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Deserticossus sareptensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Deserticossus volgensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Desert Mothers
Wikipedia - Desert Mother
Wikipedia - Desmia funeralis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Desmia ploralis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Desmia strigivitralis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Desmia ufeus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Desmia -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Despina rhodosema -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Deuterogoniinae -- Subfamily of moths
Wikipedia - Deuterotinea balcanica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Deuterotinea casanella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Devaki -- Mother of Hindu god/avatar Krishna
Wikipedia - Dextellia dorsilineella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Diachrysia chrysitis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Diachrysia chryson -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Diachrysia stenochrysis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Diacme elealis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Diacme mopsalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Diacme -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Diacrisia sannio -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Diacrotricha fasciola -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Diacrotricha guttuligera -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Diacrotricha lanceatus -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Diacrotricha -- Plume moth genus
Wikipedia - Dialectica imperialella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dialectica (moth) -- Genus of insects
Wikipedia - Dialectica scalariella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Diamondback moth -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Diaphania -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Diaphora mendica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Diaphora sordida -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Diarsia brunnea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Diarsia dahlii -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Diarsia florida -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Diasemia grammalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Diasemia reticularis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Diasemia -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Diasemiopsis ramburialis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Diastictis albovittalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Diastictis argyralis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Diastictis fracturalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Diastictis -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Diathrausta reconditalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Diathrausta -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Dicallomera fascelina -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dichagyris candelisequa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dichagyris celebrata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dichagyris celsicola -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dichagyris constanti -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dichagyris flammatra -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dichagyris flavina -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dichagyris forcipula -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dichagyris melanura -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dichagyris musiva -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dichagyris nigrescens -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dichagyris orientis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dichagyris renigera -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dichagyris signifera -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dichelia histrionana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dichocrocis -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Dichomeridinae -- Subfamily of moths
Wikipedia - Dichomeris acuminata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dichomeris derasella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dichomeris furia -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dichomeris limosellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dichomeris linealis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dichomeris marginella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dichomeris melanophylla -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dichomeris ochripalpella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dichomeris simulata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dichomeris -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Dichrorampha alpinana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dichrorampha heegerana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dichrorampha sedatana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dicycla oo -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Didymana ancepsa -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Didymana bidens -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Didymana brunea -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Dieida ledereri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Digama -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Digitivalva arnicella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Digitivalva eglanteriella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Digitivalva granitella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Digitivalva occidentella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Digitivalva perlepidella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Digitivalva pulicariae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Digitivalva solidaginis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Digitivalva valeriella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dilaram Khanum -- 17th century Safavid princess and mother of Shah Safi
Wikipedia - Diloba caeruleocephala -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dindica polyphaenaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dione (Titaness) -- Greek goddess, mother of Aphrodite
Wikipedia - Dioryctria abietella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dioryctria mendacella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dioryctria pineae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dioryctria resiniphila -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dioryctria robiniella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dioryctria schuetzeella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dioryctria simplicella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dioryctria sylvestrella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Diphthera festiva -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Diplogrypa -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Diplopseustis perieresalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Diptilon proleuca -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Diptilon -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Dissoptila mutabilis -- A moth in the family Gelechiidae from Guyana
Wikipedia - Dita (moth) -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Ditrigona aphya -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona artema -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona berres -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona candida -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona chama -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona chionea -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona cirruncata -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona derocina -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona diana -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona fasciata -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona furvicosta -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona idaeoides -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona inconspicua -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona innotata -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona jardanaria -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona komarovi -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona legnichrysa -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona lineata -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona margarita -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona marmorea -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona media -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona mytylata -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona obliquilinea -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona paludicola -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona pentesticha -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona platytes -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona policharia -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona polyobotaria -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona pomenaria -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona pruinosa -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona quinaria -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona quinquelineata -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona regularis -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona sacra -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona sciara -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona sericea -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona spatulata -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona spilota -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona titana -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona triangularia -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona typhodes -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrigona wilkinsoni -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Ditrysia -- Suborder of moths and butterflies
Wikipedia - Ditula angustiorana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Diurnea fagella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Diurnea lipsiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Doa dora -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Does a Woman Have to Become a Mother? -- 1924 film
Wikipedia - Doleromima hypoxantha -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dolgoma xanthocraspis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dolicharthria aetnaealis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dolicharthria bruguieralis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dolicharthria daralis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dolicharthria metasialis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dolicharthria punctalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dolicharthria stigmosalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dolicharthria -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist
Wikipedia - Domitia Lepida the Younger -- Mother of Roman empress Messalina (5 BC-54 AD)
Wikipedia - Donacaula forficella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Donacaula mucronella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Donacaula niloticus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Donaspastus delicatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Don't Worry About Your Mother-in-Law -- 1954 film
Wikipedia - Dormition of the Mother of God
Wikipedia - Dorothy Ayer Gardner Ford -- Mother of U.S. President Gerald Ford
Wikipedia - Doryodes spadaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dot moth -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dotted border -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Double square-spot -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Double-striped pug -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Douglasiidae -- Small family of moths
Wikipedia - Doxogenes thoracias -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Doxorubicin -- Chemotherapy medication
Wikipedia - Dracaenura -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Draft:MotherM-bM-^@M-^Ys Child -- 2020 film by Swaylee Loughnane
Wikipedia - Draft:Wanted: Perfect Mother -- 1996 film directed by Ike Jarlego Jr.
Wikipedia - Drapetodes barlowi -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Drapetodes circumscripta -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Drapetodes croceago -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Drapetodes deumbrata -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Drapetodes fratercula -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Drapetodes interlineata -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Drapetodes lunulata -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Drapetodes magnifica -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Drapetodes matulata -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Drapetodes mitaria -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Drapetodes nummularia -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Drasteria biformata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Drasteria cailino -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Drasteria caucasica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dreata -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Drepana arcuata -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Drepana cultraria -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Drepana curvatula -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Drepana dispilata -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Drepana falcataria -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Drepana pallida -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Drepana rufofasciata -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Drepana uncinula -- Species of hook-tip moth
Wikipedia - Drepanidae -- Family containing the hook-tip moths
Wikipedia - Drepaninae -- Subfamily of hook-tip moths
Wikipedia - Drepanoidea -- Superfamily of moths
Wikipedia - Drepanulatrix foeminaria -- Species of geometrid moth
Wikipedia - Drescoma cinilixa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Drymonia dodonaea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Drymonia obliterata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Drymonia querna -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Drymonia ruficornis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Drymonia velitaris -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dryobotodes eremita -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dryocampa rubicunda -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dryope (daughter of Dryops) -- Daughter of Dryops or of Eurytus, mother of Amphissus
Wikipedia - Dunama ravistriata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dun-bar -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Duponchelia caidalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Duponchelia fovealis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dying to Know: Ram Dass > Timothy Leary
Wikipedia - Dypterygia scabriuscula -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dysauxes ancilla -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dysauxes famula -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dysauxes punctata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dyscia conspersaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dyscia fagaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dyseriocrania auricyanea -- Moth species in family Eriocraniidae
Wikipedia - Dyseriocrania griseocapitella -- Moth species in family Eriocraniidae
Wikipedia - Dyseriocrania subpurpurella -- Moth species in family Eriocraniidae
Wikipedia - Dyseriocrania -- Moth genus in family Eriocraniidae
Wikipedia - Dysgonia algira -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dysgonia calefasciens -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dysgonia torrida -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dyspessa aculeata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dyspessa alpherakyi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dyspessa aurora -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dyspessacossus fereidun -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dyspessa cyprica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dyspessa infuscata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dyspessa kostjuki -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dyspessa pallidata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dyspessa psychidion -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dyspessa salicicola -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dyspessa ulula -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dyspessa wagneri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dysspastus baldizzonei -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dysspastus fallax -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dysspastus gracilellus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dysspastus hartigi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dysspastus ios -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dysspastus mediterraneus -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dysspastus musculina -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dysspastus perpygmaeella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dysspastus undecimpunctella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dysstroma citrata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dysstroma infuscata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dysstroma latefasciata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Dystebenna -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Eacles imperialis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Eacles magnifica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Eadmuna esperans -- Moth species in family Mimallonidae
Wikipedia - Eadmuna guianensis -- Moth species in family Mimallonidae
Wikipedia - Eadmuna paloa -- Moth species in family Mimallonidae
Wikipedia - Eadmuna pulverula -- Moth species in family Mimallonidae
Wikipedia - Eadmuna -- Moth genus in family Mimallonidae
Wikipedia - Eana incanana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Eana penziana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Earias clorana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Earias insulana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Earias vernana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Earophila badiata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Eccopisa -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Eclactistis -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Ecleora solieraria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ecleora -- Genus of moth
Wikipedia - Ecliptopera capitata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ecliptopera silaceata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ecpyrrhorrhoe diffusalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ecpyrrhorrhoe rubiginalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia aegaeica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia aegilopidella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia agrimoniae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia albibimaculella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia albifasciella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia algeriensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia alnifoliae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia amani -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia andalusiae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia angulifasciella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia arcuatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia argyropeza -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia atricollis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia atrifrontella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia biarmata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia caradjai -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia cerris -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia contorta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia coscoja -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia crispae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia decentella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia deschkai -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia empetrifolii -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia eriki -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia erythrogenella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia euphorbiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia gilvipennella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia groschkei -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia hannoverella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia haraldi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia heckfordi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia hendrikseni -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia heringella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia heringi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia hexapetalae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia hispanica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia ilicis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia intimella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia klimeschi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia leucothorax -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia liebwerdella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia liechtensteini -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia liguricella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia longicaudella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia louisella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia mahalebella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia minimella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia monemvasiae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia obtusa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia occultella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia phaeolepis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia phyllotomella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia preisseckeri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia psarodes -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia pseudoilicis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia pubescivora -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia quinquella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia reichli -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia rosae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia rubivora -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia rufifrontella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia septembrella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia sericopeza -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia similigena -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia spinosella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia spiraeae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia subbimaculella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia suberis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia terebinthivora -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia turbidella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia vincamajorella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia viridissimella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia vivesi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectoedemia weaveri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ectohomoeosoma -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Ectomyelois ceratoniae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Eczemothea pustulifera -- Genus of beetles
Wikipedia - Egira conspicillaris -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Eidophasia messingiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Eilema caniola -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Eilema uniola -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista abiskoella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista adscitella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista agelensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista albicapilla -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista albidella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista albifrontella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista alicanta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista alpinella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista amparoae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista anatoliensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista andorraensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista anitella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista anserinella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista anserinelloides -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista antonia -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista apicipunctella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista aredhella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista argentella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista argentifasciella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista arnoldi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista atricomella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista atrisquamosa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista baldizzonei -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista baldizzonella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista baltica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista bazaella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista bazaensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista bedellella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista bengtssoni -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista berndtiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista biatomella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista bifasciella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista bigorrensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista bisulcella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista boursini -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista brachypterella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista bruuni -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista cahorsensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista canapennella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista cana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista casascoensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista catalana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista catalunella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista christenseni -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista chrysodesmella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista cinereopunctella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista cingillella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista cirrhoplica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista clintoni -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista collitella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista compsa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista consortella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista constitella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista contaminatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista contisella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista crumilla -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista cuencaensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista curonensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista dalmatiensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista deceptricula -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista deriventa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista diederichsiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista differens -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista dimicatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista disemiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista dispilella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista dispunctella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista drenovoi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista dumosa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista elegans -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista eleochariella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista elsaella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista eskoi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista exactella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista excelsicola -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista exigua -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista falirakiensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista fasciola -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista festucicolella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista flavescens -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista freyerella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista fulgens -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista fuscibasella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista fuscofrontella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista galactitella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista gangabella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista geminatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista gerdmaritella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista gielisi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista glaserella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista glaseri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista gleichenella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista gormella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista graeca -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista grandella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista granosa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista gregori -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista griseella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista grotenfelti -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista gruenewaldi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista hallini -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista hedemanni -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista heinemanni -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista helia -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista heringi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista herrichii -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista hispanica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista humilis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista ibericella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista igaloensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista imatrella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista imbi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista infamiliaris -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista infuscata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista intrigella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista irenae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista istanella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista jaeckhi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista juliensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista kalki -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista karsholti -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista kebneella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista kilmunella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista kleini -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista klimeschiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista kosteri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista krogeri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista ladiniella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista laetella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista lastrella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista latipenella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista leifi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista lerauti -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista liskai -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista littoricola -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista louiseae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista lugdunensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista luqueti -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista luticomella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista maboulella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista maculata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista maculicerusella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista maculosella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista madridensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista mannella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista manni -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista martinii -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista metella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista minuta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista modesta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista morandinii -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista multipunctella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista neapolisella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista nedaella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista nevadella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista nevadensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista nielspederi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista nielswolffi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista nitidulella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista nobilella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista nolckeni -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista nuraghella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista obliquella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista occidentalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista occidentella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista occulta -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista ohridella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista ornithopodella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista orstadii -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista oukaimedenensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista ozeini -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista parvula -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista passerini -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista patania -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista picroleuca -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista pigerella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista poae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista pocopunctella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista pollinariella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista pollutella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista pomerana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista povolnyi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista pullicomella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista punctella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista purella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista quadripunctella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista regificella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista revinctella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista rikkeae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista ripula -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista rudectella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista rufocinerea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista rutjani -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista saarelai -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista scirpi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista serricornis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista sicula -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista skulei -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista slivenica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista spumella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista squamosella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista stabilella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista stelviella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista stenopterella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista steueri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista subalbidella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista subnigrella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista subocellea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista sulcsiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista sutteri -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista svenssoni -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista szocsi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista tanaella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista tengstromi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista teruelensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista tetragonella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista totanaensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista toveella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista trapeziella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista triatomea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista tribertiella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista triseriatella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista unifasciella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista utonella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista vanderwolfi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista varensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista vegliae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista veletaella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista vivesi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista vonschantzi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista vulcana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista wieseriella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista zernyi -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elachista zonulae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elaphria alapallida -- Species of moth in North America
Wikipedia - Elaphria venustula -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elasmotherium -- Genus of extinct rhinoceroses
Wikipedia - Elatobia montelliella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - El Bilga Khatun -- Mother of BilgM-CM-$ Qaghan
Wikipedia - Elcysma ziroensis -- A moth species
Wikipedia - Electrophaes corylata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elegia fallax -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elegia similella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elisabeth Murdoch (philanthropist) -- Australian philanthropist and mother of international media proprietor Rupert Murdoch (1909-2012)
Wikipedia - Elizabeth Christ Trump -- German-American businesswoman and paternal grandmother to Donald Trump
Wikipedia - Eliza Poe -- English-born American actress and Mother of Edgar Allan Poe
Wikipedia - Elophila bourgognei -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elophila feili -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elophila nymphaeata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elophila obliteralis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elophila rivulalis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elophos caelibaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elophos dognini -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elophos vittaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elusa ustula -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Elvera Sanchez -- American dancer and the mother of Sammy Davis Jr.
Wikipedia - Ematheudes punctella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ematurga atomaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Emmalocera holochra -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Emmelia trabealis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Emmelina aethes -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Emmelina amseli -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Emmelina argoteles -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Emmelina bigoti -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Emmelina buscki -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Emmelina jason -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Emmelina lochmaius -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Emmelina monodactyla -- Species of plume moth
Wikipedia - Emmelina suspiciosus -- Species of plume moth from Ecuador
Wikipedia - Emmelina -- Plume moth genus
Wikipedia - Emmetia angusticollella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Empress dowager -- Mother or widow of an East Asian emperor
Wikipedia - Enargia paleacea -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Enchocrates -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Endoclita sinensis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Endothenia gentianaeana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Endothenia marginana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Endothenia oblongana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Endothenia pauperculana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Endothenia quadrimaculana -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Endotricha admirabilis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Endotricha flammealis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Endotricha melanobasis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Endromis -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Engrailed (moth) -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Enkitta Mothathe (2017 film) -- 2017 film
Wikipedia - Enmonodiops -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Ennominae -- Subfamily of the geometer moths
Wikipedia - Ennomos alniaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ennomos autumnaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ennomos erosaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ennomos fuscantaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ennomos magnaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ennomos quercaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ennomos quercinaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Ennomos subsignaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Enolmis delnoydella -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Enoplidia simplex -- Species of moth in genus Enoplidia
Wikipedia - Enoplidia stenomorpha -- Species of moth in genus Enoplidia
Wikipedia - Enoplidia -- Moth genus of family Oecophoridae
Wikipedia - Entephria caesiata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Entephria flavicinctata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Entephria nobiliaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Entephria polata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Entephria punctipes -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Enterpia laudeti -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Enteucha acetosae -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Enteucha acuta -- Species of insect (moth)
Wikipedia - Enyo ocypete -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Eochrois anaemica -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Eochrois cuphosema -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Eochrois hebes -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Eochrois holochra -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Eochrois sarcoxantha -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Eochrois -- Genus of moths
Wikipedia - Eois amarillada -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Eois amydroscia -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Eois costalaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Eois crocina -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Eois diapsis -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Eois dibapha -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Eois dissensa -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Eois dorisaria -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Eois encina -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Eois ephyrata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Eois filiferata -- Species of moth
Wikipedia - Eois flavata -- Species