Marcus Aurelius Antoninus Quote

“Men exist for the sake of one another. Teach them then or bear with them.”

~ Marcus Aurelius Antoninus

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Me Again
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Me Again    6/15/06

A quote that beckons interdependence among people and tolerance of others. Noble traits of a person.

Mike, Norwalk

Men DO NOT exist for the sake of one another. It is noble to, without violence, "Teach them then or bear with them."

Joe, Rochester, MI

"I swear by my life and my love of it that I will never live for the sake of another man, nor ask another man to live for mine." from Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand

E Archer, NYC

Well, folks, the world is made up of 'other people'. It is inevitable that we associate with others, work, play, love, disagree, fight, support, ... on and on. If we so believe that our way is better than their way, we can either force our way on them or convince them to adopt our ways by more inspiring reasoning. Otherwise, let them be. Remember -- from 'their' persepctive, YOU are the 'other guy'.

Ronw13, 0regon

Marcus Aurelius Antoninus was a Stoic, knowing well a persons philosophy is measured best, not by words, but by their actions. A virtuous life in one accord with nature and the natural law of morality. Teach your children now or bear with them later. Very much in line with Plato, king David and seeking after that which good is.

Ronw13, 0regon

" How shall they " hear " except a teacher be sent." this for the sake of your fellow man. Many are called but few are chosen, let your words be few and your actions be right.


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