Seneca Top Quotes and Stoic Wisdom

Seneca Top Quotes and Stoic Wisdom

Seneca the Younger, fully Lucius Annaeus Seneca and also known simply as Seneca, was a Roman Stoic philosopher, statesman, dramatist, and—in one work—satirist of the Silver Age of Latin literature. Seneca was born in Córdoba in Hispania and raised in Rome, where he was trained in rhetoric and philosophy

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Seneca Top Quote

Seneca Top Quote

Seneca Top Quote

Seneca Top Quote

Seneca Top Quote

Seneca Top Quote

Seneca Top Quote
Seneca Top Quote

Seneca Top Quote

Seneca Top Quote

Seneca Top Quote

Seneca Top Quote

Seneca Top Quote

“We suffer more in imagination than in reality.” – Seneca

“Wherever there is a human being, there is an opportunity for a kindness.” – Seneca

“Silence is a lesson learned through life’s many sufferings.”- Seneca

“How does it help…to make troubles heavier by bemoaning them?”- Seneca

“It does not matter what you bear, but how you bear it.”- Seneca

“The whole future lies in uncertainty: live immediately.”- Seneca

“The man who has anticipated the coming of troubles takes away their power when they arrive.”- Seneca

“We should not, like sheep, follow the herd of creatures in front of us, making our way where others go, not where we ought to go.”—Seneca

“To bear trials with a calm mind robs misfortune of its strength and burden.” —Seneca

“We should always allow some time to elapse, for time discloses the truth. “- Seneca

“He who indulges in empty fears earns himself real fears.” – Seneca

“It is better to conquer our grief than to deceive it.”- Seneca

“It is not that we are given a short life but we make it short, and we are not ill-supplied but wasteful of it.”- Seneca

“Two elements must, therefore, be rooted out once for all, – the fear of future suffering, and the recollection of past suffering; since the latter no longer concerns me, and the former concerns me not yet.” – Seneca