For here are the two principles that you ought to have ready at hand: Outside the sphere of choice there is nothing either good or bad; and, We ought not toptypes
Of course I understand this. Our upbringing is not in our power. Agreed! But upbringing is not the same sort of thing as the things Epictetus describes asedwinjones826
Hi Ed- No quotes are needed to figure this out. This is simply a 'what's in our power vs what is not in our power' question. What's in our power or not firstname.lastname@example.org
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