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Is the of this. Intelligence and passion are possessed by other animals, but reason by man alone. Scully, Marlan O. Sooner throw a pearl at hazard than an idle or useless word; and do not say a little in many words, but a great deal in a few. Thought is an Idea in transit, which when once released, never can be lured back, nor the spoken word recalled. Nor ever can the overt act be erased All that thou thinkest, sayest, or doest bears perpetual record of itself, enduring for Eternity. For as long as men massacre animals, they will kill each other.
Indeed, he who sows the seed of murder and pain cannot reap joy and love. Abstain from beans. And still further it signifies this, Be not envious, but philanthropic and communicative; and from this it exhorts us to philosophize. For philosophy alone among the sciences and arts is neither pained with the goods of others, nor rejoices in evils of neighbours, these being allied and familiar by nature, subject to the like passions, and exposed to one common fortune; and evinces that all men are equally incapable of foreseeing future events.
Hence it exhorts us to sympathy and mutual love, and to be truly communicative, as it becomes rational animals. Others have stated that it might signify a more general admonition against relying on the votes of people to determine truths of reality. The explanation provided in the translation used here states: ' This Symbol admonishes us to beware of everything which is corruptive of our with the gods and divine prophecy. You will know, as is right, nature similar in all respects, so that you will neither entertain unreasonable hopes nor be neglectful of anything.
Next, honor the reverent heroes and the spirits of the dead by making the traditional sacrifices.
Honor your parents and your relatives. As for others, befriend whoever excels in virtue. Yield to kind words and helpful deeds, and do not hate your friend for a trifling fault as you are able. For ability is near to necessity. Above all things, respect yourself. Above the cloud with its shadow is the star with its light.
Above all things reverence thyself. Pray to the gods for success and get to work. Whatever griefs mortals suffer by divine chance, whatever destiny you have, endure it and do not complain. But it is right to improve it as much as you can, and remember this: Fate does not give very many of these griefs to good people. If a lie is told, bear with it gently. But whatever I tell you, let it be done completely.
Let no one persuade you by word or deed to do or say whatever is not best for you. Where have I turned aside from rectitude? What have I been doing? What have I left undone, which I ought to have done? Begin thus from the first act, and proceed; and, in conclusion, at the ill which thou hast done, be troubled, and rejoice for the good.
Abstain thou if 'tis evil; persevere if good.
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What did I accomplish? What did I fail to do that I should have done? Then, reproach yourself for the things you did wrong, and take pleasure in the good things you did.
I swear it by the One who in our hearts engraved The sacred, symbol immense and pure, Source of Nature and model of the Gods. And you will know, as is right, nature similar in all respects, so that you will neither entertain unreasonable hopes nor be neglectful of anything. Such is the fate that harms their minds; like pebbles they are tossed about from one thing to another with cares unceasing. For the dread companion Strife harms them unawares, whom one must not walk behind, but withdraw from and flee.
There is music in the spacings of the spheres. Remind yourself that all men assert that wisdom is the greatest good, but that there are few who strenuously seek out that greatest good. Quotes of Pythagoras from the of, using various translations, including those from in The Golden Verses of Pythagoras and other Pythagorean Fragments ; selected and arranged by Florence M. Wealth is an infirm anchor, glory is still more infirm; and in a similar manner, the body, dominion, and honour. For all these are imbecile and powerless. What then are powerful anchors. Prudence, magnanimity, fortitude.
These no tempest can shake.
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