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"People are not disturbed by the things themselves, but by the views they take of those things. Even death is nothing to fear in itself, or Socrates would have run form it. The fear of death stems from the view that it is fearful.

When you are feeling upset, angry, or sad, don't blame another for your state of mind. Your condition is the result of your own opinions and interpretations.

People who are ignorant of philosophy blame others for their own misfortunes. Those are beginning to learn philosophy blame themselves. Those have mastered philosophy blame no one."

-The Manual, A Philosopher's Guide to Life


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