Turning Misfortune Into Fuel

May 4, 2021 pwm1

On the occasion of every accident that befalls you, remember to turn to yourself and inquire what power you have for turning it to use.

—Epictetus, Greek Philosopher, 55 AD – 135 AD (Public Domain) 

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