Marcus Tullius Cicero about burden (“On Old Age”, 44 BC) - Men, of course, who have no resources in themselves for securing a good and happy life find every age burdensome. But those who look for all happiness from within can never think anything had which nature makes inevitable.
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Men, of course, who have no resources in themselves for securing a good and happy life find every age burdensome. But those who look for all happiness from within can never think anything had which nature makes inevitable.
 Marcus Tullius CiceroOn Old Age (44 BC). copy citation

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Translated by E. S. Shuckburgh
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