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" It is in your power not only to forbear being angry with people for their folly and ingratitude, but over and above to cherish their interest and take care of them. IX. Never censure a court life, nor seem dissatisfied with your own. "
The Emperor Marcus Antoninus His Conversation with Himself: Together with ... - Page 289
by Marcus Aurelius (Emperor of Rome), André Dacier, Thomas Gataker, Cebes (of Thebes.) - 1708 - 420 pages
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The Emperor-Marcus Antonius: his conversation with himself. together with ...

Marcus Aurelius (Emperor of Rome) - Emperors - 1701 - 270 pages
...power to be Superiour to your Sences, and paramount over Pleafure and Pain. To t>e deaf to the Charms of Ambition, and look down upon Fame and Glory. Tis...their Folly , and Ingratitude, but over and above, to cherim their Intereft, and take care of them. IX. Never cenfure a Court Life , nor feem diffatisfied...
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The Emperor Marcus Antoninus: His Conversation with Himself. Together with ...

Marcus Aurelius (Emperor of Rome) - Emperors - 1726 - 331 pages
...Power to be fuperiour to your Senfes, and paramount over Pleafure and Pain. To be deaf to the Charms of Ambition, and look down upon Fame and Glory; »Tis in your Power not only to forbear being * The sttickt believ'd the Soul a Part of God, angry \ angry with People for their Folly and Ingratitude,...
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Seed-grain for Thought and Discussion, Volume 2

Anna Cabot Lowell - 1856
...Books ; what then : You have leisure not to be Haughty, or play the Knave. To be deaf to the charms of Ambition, and look down upon Fame and Glory. 'Tis...their Folly and Ingratitude, but over and above, to cherish their Interest, and take care of them. Antoninus. Often I find myself saying, while watching...
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The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius

Marcus Aurelius (Emperor of Rome) - Ethics - 1887 - 212 pages
...It is in your power to be superior to pleasure and pain, to be deaf to the charms of ambition. It is in your power not only to forbear being angry with...their folly and ingratitude, but over and above, to cherish their interest, and take care of them. 9. Never again let any man hear you censure a court...
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