A stoic quote by Epictetus from Discourses II, 22.26-27

Just ask whether they put their self-interest in externals or in moral choice. If it’s in externals, you cannot call them friends, any more than you can call them trustworthy, consistent, courageous or free.
― Epictetus Discourses II, 22.26-27
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