Stoic Quotes on
Courage

The willing are led by fate, the reluctant are dragged.

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Cleanthes of Assos

Get busy with life's purpose, toss aside empty hopes, get active in your own rescue...

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Marcus Aurelius

A man cannot live well if he knows not how to die well.

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Seneca

We are more often frightened than hurt; and we suffer more from imagination than from reality.

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Seneca

No one is ever unhappy because of someone else.

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Epictetus

The final hour when we cease to exist does not itself bring death; it merely of itself completes the death-process. We reach death at that moment, but we have been a long time on the way.

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Seneca

Dig deep; the water- goodness- is down there. And as long as you keep digging, it will keep bubbling up.

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Marcus Aurelius

How many of them who came into the world at the same time when I did, are already gone out of it?

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Marcus Aurelius

Who scorns his own life is lord of yours.

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Seneca

You must vie with time's swiftness in the speed of using it, and, as from a torrent that rushes by and will not always flow, you must drink quickly.

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Seneca