Seneca: Philosophy quotes
Who works, has no time to
a prank. And the truth is that work kills off the vices that are born
A greatness of some
matters consists not only in their measures, but also in their
To live means to
It is stupid to feel
unhappy because of the possibility to become unhappy some day.
It is better to learn
more than necessary than to learn nothing.
Vices are learned well without a master.
You should use your ears more often than your tongue.
Envy of other people shows how they are unhappy. Their continual attention to others’ behavior shows how they are boring.
Blame from bad people is the same as praise.
You can know something about your talents, only when you use them in practice.
Alcoholism is a voluntary madness.
A true free thing can be
only one that can do us free, namely, the philosophy that is a lofty
Philosophy is curative and pleasant at the same time.
The greatest good
contains in intellect, but doesn’t contain in feelings. What is the
best in a person? It is an intellect. He surpasses the animals with
the power of intellect and marches lock-step with gods.
Only intellect can
provide with a peace.
If you want to take a
power above all, you should give a disposal of you to the intellect.
It exist the errors that have a visibility of truth.
Wisdom never irritates