From Marcus Aurelius

Go straight to the seat of intelligence—your own, the world’s, your neighbor’s.
Your own—to ground it in justice.
The world’s—to remind yourself what it is you’re part of.
Your neighbor’s—to distinguish ignorance from calculation. And to recognize it as like yours.

    Excerpt From: Emperor of Rome Marcus Aurelius. “Meditations.”
    Book # IV, number 22.

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