Socrates did it best.
He took the test: the proper use of impressions.
Or so says, “Xenophon’s Recollections of Socrates”.
She says,”The Memorable Thoughts…” or things of Socrates by Xenophon.
He gave his guidance through oracles and divinations.
He knew himself to abstain from all vices and practice all virtues.
He loved wisdom and showed himself to those through his questions and tolerances for all those who may take offence to his reason and his actions.
He suffered those others to be a citizen of the world.
He did not take fame, fortune, or foul play.
Practice and routine and ritual made great habits of virtue for the man Socrates.
He died as he did live: wisely.
He took responsibility to be free.
He worked his entire life as a philosopher and he became free.