"A man's greatness lies not in wealth and station, -: , ,_ _ _ clasthevulgarhelieve,notyetin hisintellectual . ., _ capaclty,thchIsoitenassocIatedwiththe *1 g“: _ :~ , meanestmoral character the mostahject g M” x ‘ -, ' servilityto those' In high places and agogance titsJ thehooI and lowly; but a man‘sTue lies inthe consciousness of an honest purpose“ life. founded on a just estimate of himself and ‘ everything else, on frequentself examination, ‘ andasteady'ohedlenoetutherulethch he ' IIIIthout tquhling himself, as _ ,- _ .. , the emperor says he should not, about what ' .24]; others may think or say, or whetherthey do or do , ’ " " outdo that which he thinks and says and does. " «Marcus Aurelius ‘ , ‘ xx J5" I https://inspirational.ly

[..] true greatness lies in the consciousness of an honest purpose in life, [..] – Marcus Aurelius [870×575]