From Marcus Aurelius

From Marcus Aurelius

“Well-being is good luck, good character.”

Book Seven, #17

Excerpt From: Emperor of Rome Marcus Aurelius. “Meditations.”

“17. Well-being is a good Being, or a ruling Reason that is good. What then doest thou here, O Imagination? Avaunt, in God’s name, as thou earnest, for I desire thee not! But thou art come according to thine ancient wont. I hear thee no malice; only depart from me!”

Excerpt From: Aurelius, Marcus. “Delphi Complete Works of Marcus Aurelius.”

Marcus Aurelius (Loeb Classical Library)

Delphi Complete Works of Marcus Aurelius – Marcus Aurelius

Meditations – Marcus Aurelius & Gregory Hays

Meditations: A New Translation (Modern Library)

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