MARCUS AURELIUS QUOTES
He was a man who looked at what ought to be done, not to the reputation which is got by a man's acts.
A little flesh, a little breath, and a Reason to rule all – that is myself.
A little time, and thou shalt close thy eyes; and him who has attended thee to thy grave, another soon will lament.
A man makes no noise over a good deed, but passes on to another as a vine to bear grapes again in season.
A man should be upright, not kept upright.
A wrongdoer is often a man who has left something undone, not always one who has done something.
Adapt yourself to the environment in which your lot has been cast, and show true love to the fellow-mortals with whom destiny has surrounded you.
All is ephemeral — fame and the famous as well.
All men are made one for another: either then teach them better, or bear with them.
All that happens is as usual and familiar as the rose in spring and the crop in summer.
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