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MARCUS AURELIUS

“Don’t let your reflection on the whole sweep of life crush you.

Don’t fill your mind with all the bad things that might still happen.

Stay focused on the present situation and ask yourself why it’s so

unbearable and can’t be survived.”

MARCUS AURELIUS

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