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"He will not rise in his own esteem if a beggar pays his court to him, and he will not think it an affront if one of the dregs of the people does not return his greeting. So also he will not admire himself even if many rich men admire him; for he knows that they differ in no respect from beggars—nay, are even more wretched than they; for beggars want but a little, whereas rich men want a great deal."



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In this book; There are so many thoughts that can guide us about life, virtue and how to have a strong character. As a beginner philosophy reader, i have compiled some ideas that i think can shape human life with my own references.

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