Marcus Aurelius quote about reason from Meditations (c. 170 - 180) - Retire into thyself. The rational principle which rules has this nature, that it is content with itself when it does what is just, and so secures tranquility.
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Retire into thyself. The rational principle which rules has this nature, that it is content with itself when it does what is just, and so secures tranquility.

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Marcus Aurelius quote about reason from Meditations (c. 170 - 180) - Retire into thyself. The rational principle which rules has this nature, that it is content with itself when it does what is just, and so secures tranquility.
Marcus Aurelius quote about reason from Meditations (c. 170 - 180) - Retire into thyself. The rational principle which rules has this nature, that it is content with itself when it does what is just, and so secures tranquility.
Marcus Aurelius quote about reason from Meditations (c. 170 - 180) - Retire into thyself. The rational principle which rules has this nature, that it is content with itself when it does what is just, and so secures tranquility.
Marcus Aurelius quote about reason from Meditations (c. 170 - 180) - Retire into thyself. The rational principle which rules has this nature, that it is content with itself when it does what is just, and so secures tranquility.