Writer’s Quote Wednesday, 6/10/2015.

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Alright, still riding this Greek old guy theme. Next up is a guy who was born A.D. 50, started life a slave, rose to a position of respect, then was banished from his home of Rome. He then stayed in Western Greece until his death at A.D. 135. An early stoic, he believed in fate. Not sure I do.

“When you are offended at any man’s fault, turn to yourself and study your own faults. then you will forget your anger.” – Epictetus.

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