A stoic quote by Epictetus from Enchiridion 43

If your brother mistreats you, don’t try to come to grips with it by dwelling on the wrong he’s done (because that approach makes it unbearable); remind yourself that he’s your brother, that you two grew up together; then you’ll find that you can bear it.
― Epictetus Enchiridion 43
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A Sage is a theoretical perfect stoic - I can only attempt to act as I imagine he would act in my situation.
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