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New Translation of Epictetus

While I’ve been putting together those YouTube videos of the Enchiridion with Jean, he pointed me to a new translation of the works of Epictetus that I previously hadn’t been exposed to. 93 more words

Enchiridion now with English translations

The Enchiridion 1 video now has English translation, and reading markers throughout.

It is read by Jean Efpraxiadis, and the translation is a new translation by… 34 more words


Love sees

Love does not see me as I appear to be. Love sees me as I AM.

We see into the depths of another only insofar as we have seen into the depths of ourselves. 18 more words

From The Counsellor

If one oversteps the bounds of moderation, the greatest pleasures cease to please. – Epictetus http://ift.tt/24hNLyU


Verbal Diarrhea!

Someday I won’t be able to work on my weaknesses, today is NOT that day!

I tend to under-share deep issues and over-share surface issues.  I’m sure I’ve always been like this, but I seem to have out of control verbal diarrhea lately.  178 more words


Enchiridion, by Epictetus, translated by George Long

Epictetus lived from about 50 to 130 A.D.  Although he was probably lame and suffered from weakness, and was a slave in Rome when he was a boy, he advocated that everyone was always free in his own mind.   142 more words