The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius Antoninus, with the Manual of Epictetus, and a Summary of Christian Morality. Freely Translated from the Original Greek by Henry M'Cormac
Longman & Company, 1844 - 126 pages
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abide akin alike anger Antoninus art thou aught aversion befal Bethink thee better blame body cern child Chrysippus conformable to nature Crito death decay deeds desire divine doth earth Epictetus Epicurus esteem eternity evil faith Father flesh folly fruit gentle glory happens happiness hath heart heaven Heraclitus holy holy spirit honour hurt injure justice justice and truth kingdom of heaven live look love thy neighbour matters merciful mind never oppose otherwise pain peace perchance Plato pleasure Pompey praise prove providence reason regards shew shouldst shun Socrates spirit suffer thine things thou art thou canst thou dost thou hast thou mayest Thou seest thou shalt thou wert thou wilt thou wouldst thought thoult thy duty thy lot thy power thy soul thyself trouble truth turn unchasteness unto virtue Wherefore wilt thou wisdom wise word wouldst thou yield