Quote from Seneca:
"The place one's in, though, doesn't make any contribution to peace of mind: it's the spirit that makes everything agreeable to oneself."
See what daily exercise does for one.
You can only acquire it successfully if you cease to feel any sense of shame.
What difference does it make, after all, what your position in life is if you dislike it yourself?
How much longer are you going to be a pupil? From now on do some teaching as well.
What view is one likely to take of the state of a person's mind when his speech is wild and incoherent and knows no constraint?
A warrior thinks of death when things become unclear. The idea of death is the only thing that tempers our spirit.
When two or more people coordinate in a spirit of harmony and work toward a definite objective or purpose, they place themselves in a position, through the alliance, to absorb the power directly from the great storehouse of Infinite Intelligence.
If you’ve ever felt inspired by a purpose or calling, you know the feeling of Spirit working through you. Inspired is our word for in-spirited.
There is nothing the wise man does reluctantly.
When one has lost a friend one's eyes should be neither dry nor streaming. Tears, yes, there should be, but not lamentation.
What's the good of dragging up sufferings which are over, of being unhappy now just because you were then.