Monday, June 8, 2015
From Essays, by Michel de Montaigne, translated by J. M. Cohen
"I present a humble life, without distinction; but that is no matter. Moral philosophy, as a whole, can be just as well applied to a common and private existence as to one of richer stuff. Every man carries in himself the complete pattern of human nature."
From Book Three, Chapter 2, On Repentance