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Epictetus 32 Top Famous Audio Quotes, Sayings Happiness, Thinking, Purpose, Mind, Wisdom

“ Don’t put your purpose in one place and expect to see progress made somewhere else.” - Epictetus
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“ If you want to make progress, put up with being perceived as ignorant or naive in worldly matters, don’t aspire to a reputation for sagacity.” – Epictetus

“ No great thing is created suddenly, any more than a bunch of grapes or a fig. If you tell me that you desire a fig, I answer that there must be time. Let it first blossom, then bear fruit, then ripen.” – Epictetus

“ What would have become of Hercules, do you think, if there had been no lion, hydra, stag, or boar, and no savage criminals to rid the world of? What would he have done in the absence of such challenges.” – Epictetus

“ It is better to do wrong seldom and to own it, and to act right for the most part, than seldom to admit that you have done wrong and to do wrong often.” – Epictetus

“ If you wish to be good, first believe that you are bad.” – Epictetus

“ Don’t live by your own rules, but in harmony with nature.” – Epictetus

“ Don’t put your purpose in one place and expect to see progress made somewhere else.” – Epictetus

“ There is no shame in making an honest effort.” – Epictetus

“ Whenever anyone criticizes or wrongs you, remember that they are only doing or saying what they think is right. They cannot be guided by your views, only their own; so if their views are wrong, they are the ones who suffer insofar as they are misguided.” – Epictetus

“ Why not care for that side of you, where you and the gods are equals.” – Epictetus

“ Sick and yet happy, in peril and yet happy, dying and yet happy, in exile and happy, in disgrace and happy.” – Epictetus

“ Many people who have progressively lowered their personal standards in an attempt to win social acceptance and life’s comforts bitterly resent those of philosophical bent who refuse to compromise their spiritual ideals and who seek to better themselves.” – Epictetus

“ Take care not to hurt the ruling faculty of your mind. If you were to guard against this in every action, you should enter upon those actions more safely.” – Epictetus

“ There is a time and place for diversion and amusement, but you should never allow them to override your true purposes.” – Epictetus

“ For where you find unrest, grief, fear, frustrated desire, failed aversion, jealousy, and envy, happiness has no room for admittance. And where values are false, these passions inevitably follow.” – Epictetus

“ Only the educated are free.” – Epictetus

“ Attach yourself to what is spiritually superior, regardless of what other people think or do. Hold to your true aspirations no matter what is going on around you.” – Epictetus

“ Be discriminating about what images and ideas you permit into your mind.” – Epictetus

“ Do not try to seem wise to others.” – Epictetus

“ Small-minded people blame others. Average people blame themselves. The wise see all blame as foolishness.” – Epictetus

“ If you would be a reader, read; if a writer, write.” – Epictetus

“ It is difficult to both keep your faculty of choice in a state conformable to nature, and at the same time acquire external things.” – Epictetus

“ It is a fact of life that other people, even people who love you, will not necessarily agree with your ideas, understand you, or share your enthusiasm.” – Epictetus

“ You become what you give your attention to.” – Epictetus

“ Men are not afraid of things, but of how they view them.” – Epictetus

“ We have two ears and one mouth so that we can listen twice as much as we speak.” – Epictetus

“ An ignorant person is inclined to blame others for his own misfortune. To blame oneself is proof of progress. But the wise man never has to blame another or himself.” – Epictetus

“ It is unrealistic to expect people to see you as you see yourself.” – Epictetus

“ The first and most important field of philosophy is the application of principles such as ‘Do not lie.” – Epictetus

“ Whoever is going to listen to the philosophers needs considerable practice in listening.” – Epictetus

“ The world turns aside to let any man pass who knows where he is going.” – Epictetus

“ Never depend on the admiration of others. There is no strength in it.” – Epictetus

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