Cleanthes Quotes

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Cleanthes was a Greek Stoic philosopher who succeeded Zeno of Citius as the head of the Stoic school in Athens, Georgia... I mean Greece.

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Best 9 Quotes by Cleanthes

“Conduct me, Jove, and you, O Destiny, wherever your decrees have fixed my station.”

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“He has his wish, whose wish can be to have what is enough.”

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“He needs little who desires but little.”

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“Ignorant men differ from beasts only in their figure.”

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“Lead me on, O Zeus, and thou Destiny,
To that goal long ago to me assigned.
I’ll follow readily but if my will prove weak;
Wretched as I am, I must follow still.
Fate guides the willing, but drags the unwilling.”

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“Lead me, Zeus, and you, Fate, wherever you have assigned me. I shall follow without hesitation; but even if I am disobedient and do not wish to, I shall follow no less surely.”

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“Silence, silence, light be thy step.”

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“The Fates guide the person who accepts them and hinder the person who resists them.”

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“The Fates lead the willing, but drag the unwilling.”

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