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Epictetus, Discourses (ed. George Long), book 2 (search)
multa perveniat quiescere; id est quod ab iis dicitur h(suxa/zein. Cicero, Acad. ii. Pr. 29. Compare Persius, Sat. vi. 80: Depinge ubi sistam, Inventus, Chrysippe, tui finitor acervf Over such a victory as this a man may justly be proud; not for proposing the master sophism. How then shall this be done? Be willing at length to be approved by yourself, be willing to appear beautiful to God, desire to be in purity with your own pure self and with God. Then when any such appearance visits you, Plato says,The passage is in Plato, Laws, ix. p. 854, o(/tan soi prospi/pth| ti tw=n toiou/twn dogma/twn, etc. The conclusion is, 'if you cannot be cured of your (mental) disease, seek death which is better and depart from life.' This bears some resemblance to the precept in Matthew vi. 29 'And if thy right eye offend thee, pluck it out and cast it from thee,' etc. Have recourse to expiations, go a suppliant to the temples of the averting deities. It is even sufficient if you resort to the society