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Marcus Aurelius

Marcus Aurelius

Profession: Soldier
Nationality: Roman

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How much more grievous are the consequences of anger than the causes of it.

Each day provides its own gifts.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Look well into thyself; there is a source of strength which will always spring up if thou wilt always look.

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.

In an expression of true gratitude, sadness is conspicuous only by its absence.

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?

In everything that you do, pause and ask yourself if death is a dreadful thing because it deprives you of this.

Dig within. Within is the wellspring of Good and it is always ready to bubble up, if you just dig.

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.

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.