Cranes/Wherever There Is A Human Being, There Is An Opportunity For A Kindness
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Pet of the Week, 1/18/2020, below:
Yes, this is a frequent scene in Central Florida. Many of us here in Central Florida have taken a keen interest in these lovely creatures, our beloved cranes.
Quote of the Week, 1/18/2020, below:
Lucius Annaeus Seneca once said, “Wherever there is a human, there is an opportunity for a kindness.”
For more on Lucius Annaeus Seneca, please refer to the excerpt from Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy, in italics, below:
Lucius Annaeus Seneca (c. 4 B.C.E.—65 C.E.)
The ancient Roman philosopher Seneca was a Stoic who adopted and argued largely from within the framework he inherited from his Stoic predecessors. His Letters to Lucilius have long been widely read Stoic texts. Seneca’s texts have many aims: he writes to exhort readers to philosophy, to encourage them to continue study, to articulate his philosophical position, to defend Stoicism against opponents, to portray a philosophical life, and much more. Seneca also writes to criticize the social practices and values of his fellow Romans. He rejects and criticizes, among other things, the idea that death is an evil, that wealth is a good, that political power is valuable, that anger is justified. In Seneca’s philosophical texts, one finds a Stoic who attempts to live in accordance with the conclusions he reaches through philosophy. Though Seneca admits to falling short of this goal personally, his efforts have long been one of the attractions (though some have found these to be distractions) of his philosophical works.
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