Rules for Living a Good Life, by Marcus Aurelius

February 23, 2021 pwm1

Love work. 

Turn a deaf ear to slander. 

Be considerate in correcting others. 

Do not be taken up by trifles.

Do not resent plain speaking. 

Meet offenders half-way. 

Be thorough in thought. 

Have an open mind. 

Do your duty without grumbling.

— Marcus Aurelius (photo by Rama; Creative Commons

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