A stoic quote by Marcus Aurelius from Meditations V.10

To rest in these principles only: the one, that nothing will happen to me which is not conformable to the nature of the universe; and the other, that it is in my power never to act contrary to my god and daimon: for there is no man who will compel me to this. ― Marcus Aurelius Meditations V.10

A stoic quote by Marcus Aurelius from Meditations V.24

Think of the universal substance, of which you have a very small portion; and of universal time, of which a short and indivisible interval has been assigned to you; and of that which is fixed by destiny, and how small a part of it you are. ― Marcus Aurelius Meditations V.24

A stoic quote by Marcus Aurelius from Meditations, IX.3

This, then, is consistent with the character of a reflecting man, to be neither careless nor impatient nor contemptuous with respect to death, but to wait for it as one of the operations of nature. ― Marcus Aurelius Meditations, IX.3

A stoic quote by Marcus Aurelius from Meditations, IX.42

Where is the harm or the strangeness in the boor acting like a boor? See whether you are not yourself the more to blame in not expecting that he would err in such a way. For you had means given you by your reason to suppose that it was likely that he would commit this error, and yet you have forgotten and are amazed that he has erred. ― Marcus Aurelius Meditations, IX.