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Reviews and reflections, Chapter India and Greece Different translation: In India I found a race of mortals living upon the Earth, but not adhering to apolonil.
Inhabiting cities, but not being fixed to them, possessing everything but possessed by nothing. Quoted from Ram Swarup Reviews and reflections, Chapter India and Greece. Frases de Apolonio de Tiana.
I pray he may not turn out like you, since you, too, were once an irreproachable young man. If a person does not honor this principle and rejoice in it, but is purchasable for money, he creates many masters for himself.
But if the most godlike, it should tend to the soul as well as the body, or else a living thing must be unhealthy, being diseased in its higher part. But avoid the kind that claims to be inspired: The Indian Brahmans disapproved of this personally and taught the Naked Philosophers of Egypt to disapprove of it too. From there Pythagoras, who was the first Greek to associate with Egyptians, borrowed the principle.
He let the earth keep living creatures, but held that what the earth grows is pure, and so lived off that because it was sufficient to feed body and soul. Clothing made from dead creatures, which most people wear, he considered impure; he dressed in linen and, for the same reason, made his shoes of plaited bark. He derived many advantages from this purity, above all that of perceiving his own soul.
But he will not accept a fee for philosophy even if he does need it.
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If this is true, as it is true, then everyone who enjoys futile glory should hide his face. For myself, I would come for the spectacle of physical struggle, except that I would be abandoning the greater struggle for virtue.
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