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Stoic Zen; 10 Crucial Life Lessons from Ancient Eastern and Western Philosophy

Epictetus

“It is quite impossible to unite happiness with a yearning for what we don’t have. Happiness has all that it wants, and resembling the well-fed, there shouldn’t be hunger or thirst.”

Epictetus

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