On Stopping with Enough, from the Handbook by Epictetus

39. Just as a foot fills up its shoe, your body is as far as your possessions go. 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 in jewels.  After something goes beyond mere … More On Stopping with Enough, from the Handbook by Epictetus