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What does reason demand of a man? A very easy thing-to live in accord with his own nature.
Those whom men have injured they despise.
Reason wishes that the judgment it gives be just; anger wishes that the judgment it has given seem to be just.
A sword never kills anybody; it's a tool in the killer's hand.
A king is he who has laid fear aside and the base longings of an evil heart; whom ambition unrestrained and the fickle favor of the reckless mob move not.
The foremost art of kings is the power to endure hatred.
Certain laws have not been written, but they are more fixed than all the written laws.
One must take all ones life to learn how to live, and, what will perhaps make you wonder more, one must take all one's life to learn how to die.
We are wrong in looking forward to death: in great measure it's past already.
You will die not because you're ill, but because you're alive.
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