Modern translation of an ancient quote
June 18, 2013 8:04 AM Subscribe
George Lincoln Walton in his 1908 book Why Worry? quotes Marcus Aurelius as having said this:
When a man has done thee any wrong, immediately consider with what opinion about good or evil he has done wrong. For when thou hast seen this, thou wilt pity him, and neither wonder nor be angry.How might the underlined portion be rephrased in today's English? I'm having a hard time understanding what Aurelius meant.