Marcus Aurelius Quote

In this flowing stream, then, on which there is no abiding, what is there of the things which hurry by on which a man would set a high price? It would be just as if a man should fall in love with one of the sparrows which fly by, but it has already passed out of sight.


The Thoughts of the Emperor M. Aurelius Antonius (ed. 1862)

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