Letters from a Stoic Epistulae Morales Ad Lucilium Quotes

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"Nothing, to my way of thinking, is a better proof of a well ordered mind than a man's ability to stop just where he is and pass some time in his own company." (33)

"Each day, too, acquire something which will help you to face poverty, or death, and other ills as well." (34)

"'Avoid,' I cry, 'whatever is approved of by the mob and things that are the gift of chance. . . .'" (45)

"If God adds the morrow we should accept it joyfully. The man who looks for the morrow without worrying over it knows a peaceful independence and a happiness beyond all others." (59)

"Remaining dry and sober takes a good deal more strength of will when everyone about one is puking drunk; it takes a more developed sense of fitness, on the other hand, not to make of oneself a person apart, to be neither indistinguishable from those...

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