“Think not those faithful who praise all thy words and actions; but those who kindly reprove thy faults.”
Do not think for the people who praises their words but those people who question what is being said
“Do it because it’s in your heart. Not because you want something in return.”
Do something because you love not because you want something back
Socrate was born in Alopece in 470 bce and was a Philosopher but before that he was just a normal person who had a basic Greek education as well as learning his father’s crafts. Socrate worked as a Mason before becoming a philosopher, at the age of 45. He contributed to ancient Greek Western philosophy. Socrates died sadly near 399 BC at the age of 71 and was forced into suside by poisoning where he drank poisonous hemlock. The reason being was because he was found guilty of corrupting youth and he didn’t have any reverence to the gods. Socrates chose to drink the poison as it was his last lesson for his pupils.