Reading: Arrian’s Discourses of Epictetus

Aside

“I must die: must I, then die groaning too? I must be fettered: and wailing too? I must go into exile? Does anyone, then, keep me from going a smile and cheerful and serene?”

We may not chose the circumstance, but we can chose our reaction to it.

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