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I never admire anothers fortune so much that I became dissatisfied with my own
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"I never admire another's fortune so much that I became dissatisfied with my own"

- Cicero

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This quote by Cicero speaks with the concept of satisfaction and gratitude. It recommends that we should appreciate of what we have and not be jealous of the success of others. It is very important to acknowledge the accomplishments of others, but not to the point where we end up being dissatisfied with our own lives. We ought to be appreciative for our own blessings and aim to take advantage of them. This quote motivates us to be humble and to acknowledge that our own fortune is something to be grateful for. It is important to keep in mind that all of us have various courses and that our own journey is special and unique. We must take pride in our own achievements and not compare ourselves to others. This quote advises us to be content with our own lives and to value the good fortune that we have.

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Cicero This quote is written / told by Cicero between 106 BC and 43 BC. He was a famous Philosopher from Rome. The author also have 129 other quotes.

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