Epictetus, from The Handbook

43. There are always two handles by which to grasp something— one is good to grab, the other useless. You’ve been wronged? Don’t grab the handle labeled “injustice.” You can’t carry wrongs that way. Do just the opposite. Remember the person doing the injustice— that one is human too.

As Far As You Go

Epictetus, from The Handbook, #39. Just as a shoe is as far as your foot goes, so your body is all you have of possessions. Stop there and you’ve  measured rightly. Go further and . . . go over a cliff— Just as a shoe loses purpose when first it’s purple; then gilded;
 then covered… More As Far As You Go