Whenever You Meet With Misfortune

March 13, 2011 § Leave a comment

Whenever you meet with misfortune or obstruction, say to yourself:

“It was for this that I was training,
It was for this I have been exercising.”

Why else do you study philosophy? Is it not to prepare yourself for such future events?

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