6 Seneca Quotes To Start Your Day


“Think your way through difficulties: harsh conditions can be softened, restricted ones can be widened, and heavy ones can weigh less on those who know how to bear them.”


“Let all your activity be directed to some object, let it have some end in view.”


“Often a very old man has no other proof of his long life than his age.”


“We say that nothing happens to the wise man against his expectation.”


“Believe me it is better to understand the balance-sheet of one’s own life than of the corn trade.”


“We are not given a short life but we make it short, and we are not Ill-supplied but wasteful of it.”


To learn more about Seneca, his lessons and life, check out our profile article here. You might also like our page on Stoicism quotes as well.

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