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Marcus Aurelius

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One whose chief regard is for his own mind, and for the divinity within him and the service of its goodness, will strike no poses, utter no complaints, and crave neither for solitude nor yet for a crowd. Best of all, his life will be free from continual pursuing and avoiding.

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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.

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All of us are working together for the same end; some of us knowingly and purposefully, others unconsciously.

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Waste no more time arguing what a god man should be. Be one.

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All the blessings which you pray to obtain hereafter could be yours today, if you did not deny them to yourself.

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