- The sage and the contemner of wealth most resemble God.
- You have in yourself some thing similar to God, and therefore use yourself as the temple of God, on account of that which in you resembles God.
- The greatest honor which can be paid to God is to know and imitate him.
- Consider lost all the time in which you do not think of divinity.
- A good intellect is the choir of divinity.
- Be not anxious to please the multitude
- Accustom your soul after (it has conceived all that is great of ) divinity, to conceive something great of itself.
- Nothing is so peculiar to wisdom as truth.
- To live, indeed, is not in our power; but to live rightly is.
- There is danger, and no negligible one, to speak of God even the things that are true.
- You should not dare to speak of God to the multitude.
- He who is worthy of God is also a god among men.
- He best honors God who makes his intellect as like God as possible.
- It is not death; but a bad life, which destroys the soul.