Words and Quotes
Alain de Botton
24 Jun 1654 // 17 Sep 1734
Physician / Preacher / Intellectual
Thou must content thyself to see the world so imperfect as it is. Thou wilt never have any quiet if thou vexest thyself, because thou canst not bring mankind to that exact notion of things and rule of life which thou hast formed in thy own mind.
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