Saturday

July 5

LET not him think he is loved by any who loves none.

Attributed to EPICTETUS.

DEATH hangs over thee: whilst thou livest, whilst thou mayest, be good.

MARCUS AURELIUS. MEDITATIONS. Book iv. 14.

LOOK not about upon the evil conditions of others, but run on straight in the line.

MARCUS AURELIUS. MEDITATIONS. Book iv. 15.

WHAT you avoid suffering yourself, attempt not to impose on others.

EPICTETUS. FRAGMENTS. 38.

COMMUNICATE to strangers and persons in need, according to your ability. For he who gives nothing to the needy, shall receive nothing in his own need.

EPICTETUS. FRAGMENTS. 103.

1 comment:

  1. When people are doing ill deeds I must live my life true to my own convictions. Living with virtue is the most important thing.

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