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Boethius - Nothing is miserable but what is thought so, and contrariwise, every estate is happy if he that bears it be content.
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    Boethius
    Roman senator, consul, magister officiorum, and philosopher
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    Nothing is miserable but what is thought so, and contrariwise, every estate is happy if he that bears it be content.
    Source: De Consolatione Philosophia Book II, section 4, line 64

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  2. thought
  3. content
  4. happy
  5. bears
Nothing is miserable but what is thought so, and contrariwise, every estate is happy if he that bears it be content. by: Boethius
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Nothing is miserable but what is thought so, and contrariwise, every estate is happy if he that bears it be content.
- Boethius
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