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Seneca, from “On Anger”

After the lamp is out and my wife and I have said goodnight, I parade the whole day in review before me, and repeat all that I have said and done. I hide nothing from myself and leave nothing out. Why

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Marcus Aurelius, from Exhortations to Himself

Bk. III. 4. Do not waste the time you have left in life thinking about what others are thinking when you could be thinking about something useful. You are losing the chance to think about something be

6 days ago

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Epictetus, from the Handbook

8. Forget about controlling what happens; learn to wish that everything that happens happens just as it happens. Then . . . all will go exactly as planned.

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from Marcus Aurelius, “Exhortations To Himself”

XII. 1 All those things that you think will take you forever . . . you can have them now. If you don’t get in your own way. By that I mean, you may, if you can let the past be past, and trust that the

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Seneca from “On Tranquility”

When we are ashamed to confess the cause of our troubles, or when modesty compels us to conceal troubles, the passions have no outlet and begin to strangle each other. This is the cause of sadness and

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