Alright, I’m back and that means a return of the old guys. Back to the Greeks again, for one of the first cynics ever to live, back before that was a somewhat pejorative term.
This particular old guy was a student of Socrates, born in 445 B.C. He founded the cynic movement, and wrote a book on ethics. He died 365 B.C.
“As iron is eaten away by rust, so the envious are consumed by their own passion.” – Antisthenes.
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Until next time, have fun!