Seneca the Younger Quote

Man's highest good is attained if he has fulfilled the good for which nature designed him at birth. And what is it which this reason demands of him? The easiest thing in the world — to live in accordance with his nature. But this has turned into a hard task by the general madness of mankind.


Epistulae morales ad Lucilium (Moral Letters to Lucilius)

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Man's highest good is attained if he has fulfilled the good for which nature designed him at birth. And what is it which this reason demands of him?...

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Man's highest good is attained if he has fulfilled the good for which nature designed him at birth. And what is it which this reason demands of him?...