SLRP: LIII. On The Faults Of The Spirit.

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Seneca,

The comparison of how an illness of the body commands all of our attention, that we set aside, business, pleasure, and all other things to remedy the problem; with that of the illnesses of the soul is well-taken.

However, it’s the case that the common man does not do this, nor even does a goodly portion of those who would call themselves philosophers.

Thank you for the letter, today.

Farewell.


Part of Michel Daw’s Reading Plan of Seneca’s Letters.

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