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SENECA

" As for insults, offensive language, marks of disgrace, and such-like disfigurements, he ought to bear them as he would bear the shouts of the enemy, and darts or stones flung from a distance, which rattle upon his helmet without causing a wound; while he should look upon injuries as wounds, some received on his armour and others on his body, which he endures without falling or even leaving his place in the ranks. Even though you be hard pressed and violently attacked by the enemy, still it is base to give way; hold the post assigned to you by nature."

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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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