For The Love Of Wisdom – Seneca – Life And Death

BAFA8EA6-7CC8-4BF1-A084-515D5159D148Seneca (c. 4 BC – AD65)

If nature should demand of us that which she has previously entrusted to us, we will also say to her: “Take back a better mind than you gave: I seek no way of escape nor flee: I have voluntarily improved for you what you gave me without my knowledge; take it away.” What hardship is there in returning to the place whence one has come? That man lives badly who does not know how to die well.