Marcus Aurelius quote about death from Meditations (c. 170 - 180) - On the occasion of every act ask thyself, How is this with respect to me? Shall I repent of it? A little time and I am dead, and all is gone.
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On the occasion of every act ask thyself, How is this with respect to me? Shall I repent of it? A little time and I am dead, and all is gone.

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Marcus Aurelius quote about death from Meditations (c. 170 - 180) - On the occasion of every act ask thyself, How is this with respect to me? Shall I repent of it? A little time and I am dead, and all is gone.
Marcus Aurelius quote about death from Meditations (c. 170 - 180) - On the occasion of every act ask thyself, How is this with respect to me? Shall I repent of it? A little time and I am dead, and all is gone.
Marcus Aurelius quote about death from Meditations (c. 170 - 180) - On the occasion of every act ask thyself, How is this with respect to me? Shall I repent of it? A little time and I am dead, and all is gone.
Marcus Aurelius quote about death from Meditations (c. 170 - 180) - On the occasion of every act ask thyself, How is this with respect to me? Shall I repent of it? A little time and I am dead, and all is gone.