A stoic quote by Epictetus from Discourses II, 12.24-25

At this point you run the risk of him saying, ‘What business is that of yours, sir? What are you to me?’ Pester him further, and he is liable to punch you in the nose. I myself was once keen for this sort of discourse, until I met with just such a reception.
― Epictetus Discourses II, 12.24-25
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