Diogenes The Cynic, When A Little Before His Death He Fell Into A Slumber, And His Physician Rousing Him Out Of It Asked Him Whether Anything Ailed Him, Wisely Answered, "Nothing, Si

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Diogenes the Cynic, when a little before his death he fell into a
slumber, and his physician rousing him out of it asked him whether
anything ailed him, wisely answered, "Nothing, sir; only one brother
anticipates another,--Sleep before Death."
-- Plutarch (46-120 AD)
-- Consolation to Apollonius