The Steadfast March of Virtue

December 6, 2021 pwm1

Above, below, all around are the movements of the elements. But the motion of virtue is in none of these: it is something more divine, and advancing by a way hardly observed it goes happily on its road.

— Marcus Aurelius (Image licensed by Penn Wealth)
Equestrian statue of Marcus Aurelius in front of Palazzo Senatorio of Campidoglio on the Capitoline Hill, seat of local administration of Rome, Italy

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