“What’s there to complain about? People’s misbehavior? But take into consideration: that rational…”

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“What’s there to complain about? People’s misbehavior? But take into consideration: that rational beings exist for one another; that doing what’s right sometimes requires patience; that no one does the wrong thing deliberately; and the number of people who have feuded and envied and hated and fought and died and been buried… and keep your mouth shut.”

Marcus Aurelius, Meditations (4.3)

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