Marcus Aurelius on Managing Your Own Thoughts

My brain hasn’t been my best friend this week. I read some of Marcus Aurelius’ Meditations to help me get centered again. I liked this quote a lot:

…thou must use thyself to think only of such things, of which if a man upon a sudden should ask thee, what it is that thou art now thinking, thou mayest answer This, and That, freely and boldly, that so by thy thoughts it may presently appear that in all thee is sincere, and peaceable…

Aurelius, Marcus (2009-10-04). Meditations (Kindle Locations 1081-1084). Public Domain Books. Kindle Edition.

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