Of all the Things
Of all the things which Wisdom procures for our happiness in life by far the greatest is the acquisition of friendship.
We ought to look for people to share our time with
Before we look for artificial pleasures and indulgences because to do so without a friend is the life of a scrounger.
Is the procurement of love the ultimate act of selfishness?
Do we love another except for our own interest?
A foolish life is restless and disagreeable and is wholly engrossed with the future.
We are born but once
Twice we cannot be born and for everlasting this person we are today must cease to be.
But those who are not master of today puts off the right time.
Procrastination is the ruin of all life and therefore each of us is unprepared at death
He who does not live for tomorrow will meet what the future holds more pleasantly.