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“Every man is the architect of his own future”.
Sallust (86 -35 BC) Roman Historian

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“Your life is an expression of all your thoughts.”
Marcus Aurelius Antoninus (121-180) – Roman Emperor and Stoic Philosopher

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“Men are not troubled by things themselves, but by their thoughts about them”.
Epictetus (C. 55 – C. 135) – Greek Stoic Philosopher

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“He has half the deed done who has mad a beginning”.
Horace (65-8 B.C.) – Roman Poet and Satirist

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“First say to yourself what would you be; and then do what you have to do”.
Epictetus (C. 55 – C. 135) Greek Stoic Philosopher

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“The nature of man is always the same; it is their habits that separate them”.
Confucius (551-479 B.C.) – Chinese Philosopher

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“Take charge of your thoughts. You can do what you will with them”.
Plato (428-327 BC) – Greek Philosopher and Prose Writer

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“They can do all because they think they can”.
Virgil (70-9 BC) – Roman Poet

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“Where fear is . . . happiness is not”.
Seneca (4BC – AD65) – Roman Philosopher and Playwright

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“Give me where to stand and I will move the earth”.
Archimedes (287-212 BC) – Syracusan Mathematician, Astronomer and Inventor

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“Learn what you are and be such”.
Pindar (522-438 BC) – Greek Poet

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“What it lies in our power to do, it lies in our power not to do”.
Aristotle (383-322 BC) – Greek Philosopher

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“Our life is what our thoughts are make it”.
Marcus Aurelius Antoninus (121-180) Roman Emperor and Stoic Philosopher

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“As a man thinks in his heart, so is he”.
Solomon (10th Century BC) – King of Israel & reputed author of Biblical Books

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“When the mind is thinking, it is talking to itself”.
Plato (428-327 BC) – Greek Philosopher and Prose Writer

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“What we are is what we have thought for years”.
Gautama The Buddha (560-480 BC) – Indian Spiritual leader and Founder of Buddhism

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“How unhappy is he who cannot forgive himself”.
Publilius Syrus – (1st century BC) – Latin Writer of Mimes

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“Nothing great is created suddenly, any more than a bunch of grapes or a fig. If you tell me that you desire a fig, I answer you that there must be a time. Let it first blossom then bear fruit, then ripen”.
Epictetus (C. 55 – C. 135) Greek Stoic Philosopher

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“Practice yourself for heaven’s sake, in little things; and thence proceed to greater”.
Epictetus (C. 55 – C. 135) Greek Stoic Philosopher

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“Perseverance is more prevailing than violence and many things which cannot be overcome when they are together, yield themselves up when taken little by little”.
Plutarch (C. A.D. 46 – C 120) – Greek Biographer and Essayist

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