Features tagged in the Philosophical Category of Marcus Aurelius - Med IV-49

Marcus Aurelius - Med IV-49 Exercises

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Marcus Aurelius' Sadness Converter Practice It Marcus Aurelius writes, "On the occasion of everything that causes you sadness, remember to use this 'dogma': not only is this not a misfortune, but it is a piece of good fortune for you to bear up...
Stoic Penknife Exercise

Marcus Aurelius - Med IV-49 Quotations from Stoic Philosophers

Quotations from Stoic Philosophers like Marcus Aurelius, Seneca, Epictetus
It is bad luck that this has happened to me. Be like the rocky headland on which the waves constantly break. It stands firm, and round it the seething waters are laid to rest. ’It is my bad luck that this has happened to me.’ No, you should rather say: ‘It is my good luck that, although this has happened to me, I can bear it without pain, neither crushed by the present nor fearful of the future.’"

Marcus Aurelius - Med IV-49 Stoic Doctrines