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Confucius was a Chinese philosopher born in 551 B.C. He says, 'By three methods we may learn wisdom. First, by reflection, which is noblest; second by imitation, which is easiest; and third, by experience, which is bitterest.'
Hypatia was a philosopher from Alexandria. She was born in 370 A.D. She said this: 'Life is an unfoldment, and the further we travel, the more truth we can comprehend. To understand the things that are at our door is the best preparation for understanding those things that lie beyond.'
From Veda Vyasa
The creator of the Bhagavad Gita and may have lived around 1500 B.C. and is, according to Hindu spirituality, still alive somewhere. Among many other things, he said 'It is Nature that causes all movement. Deluded by the ego, the fool harbors the perception that says 'I did it'.'
From Philo of Alexandria
Philo Judaeus was a Hellenistic Jewish philosopher living in Alexandria Egypt around 50 B.C. He says this: 'Households, cities, countries, and nations have enjoyed great happiness when a single individual has taken heed of the Good and the Beautiful. Such people not only liberate themselves; they fill those they meet with a free mind.'
Aristotle is a Greek philosopher and scientist that lived in the 4th century B.C. He is one of the Fathers of Western Philosophy. He says, 'It is the mark of an educated man to entertain a thought without accepting it.'
From Seneca the Younger
Seneca was a Roman philosopher from a famous family of philosophers, senators, and poets. He was born in 4 B.C. and died in 65 A.D. He has this to say: 'Wherever there is a human being, there is an opportunity for kindness.'