How to Live Better – Socrates Thought

Socrates Thought - Quotes about How to Live Better Life MotivationalSocrates was a Greek Philosopher who’s renowned for his contribution to the field of Ethics. He is regarded as one of the most Influential philosophers of the ancient era and is credited as one of the founders of Western philosophy.


 

True Wisdom comes to each of us when we Realize how Little we Understand about life Ourselves and the world around us.

He who is Not Contented with what he has, would not be Contented with what he would Like to have.


If a Man is Proud of his Wealth, he Should not be Praised until it is known how he Employs it.

The way to Gain a Good Reputation is to endeavor to be what you Desire to Appear.

Nature has given us two ears, two eyes and but one tongue-to the end that we should Hear and See more than we Speak.

In Childhood be Modest, in Youth Temperate, in Adulthood Just and in Old age Prudent.

False Words are not only Evil in Themselves but they Infect the Soul with Evil.

Life contains but two Tragedies – One is not to get your Heart’s Desire; the Other is to get it.

He is Rich who is Content with the Least, for Contentment is the Wealth of Nature.

Remember, no Human condition is ever Permanent. Then you will not be Overjoyed in good fortune nor too Scornful in Misfortune.

The Secret of Change is to focus all of your Energy, Not on Fighting the Old but.. on Building the New.

Smart people learn from Everything and Everyone, Average people from their Experiences, Stupid people already have all the Answers.

Silence is a profound Melody, for those who can Hear it above all the Noise.

Strong minds discuss Ideas, Average minds discuss Events, Weak minds discuss People.

Falling down is not a Failure. Failure comes when you stay where you have Fallen.

Regard your Good name as the Richest Jewel you can possibly be Possessed of – for Credit is like Fire, when once you have Kindled it you may easily Preserve it but if you once Extinguish it, you will find it an Arduous task to Rekindle it again.


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