Book IV Aurelius

Book IV Aurelius

Book IV Aurelius

Book IV Aurelius

“26. Hast thou looked on that side of the picture? Look now on this! Fret not thyself; study to be simple. Does a man do wrong? The wrong rests with him. Has something befallen thee? It is well. Everything that befalls was from the beginning destined and spun for thee as thy share out of the Whole. In a word, life is short. Make profit of the present by right reasoning and justice. In thy relaxation be sober.”

Excerpt From: Emperor of Rome Marcus Aurelius. “Meditations.”

Book # IV

Marcus Aurelius (Loeb Classical Library)

Delphi Complete Works of Marcus Aurelius – Marcus Aurelius

Meditations – Marcus Aurelius & Gregory Hays

Meditations: A New Translation (Modern Library)

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From Deep East Texas via a trailer park in South Austin, Kramer Wetzel spent years collecting visual proof that San Antonio is weirder than Austin.

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