Whatsoever that be within us that feels, thinks, desires, and animates, is something celestial, divine, and, consequently, imperishable.
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That in the soul which is called the mind is, before it thinks, not actually any real thing.
The ideal man bears the accidents of life with dignity and grace, making the best of circumstances.
It is of itself that the divine thought thinks (since it is the most excellent of things), and its thinking is a thinking on thinking.
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