“We must heal our…” Epicurus

“We must heal our misfortunes by the grateful recollection of what has been and by the recognition that it is impossible to make undone what has been done.”   – Epicurus

“The life of the folly…” Epicurus

“The life of the folly is empty of gratitude, full of anxiety, all of it focused in the ghosts of the future.”   – Epicurus

“The noble man is chiefly concerned…” Epicurus

“The noble man is chiefly concerned with wisdom and friendship; of these, the former is a mortal good, the latter an immortal one.”   – Epicurus

“Of all the means which…” Epicurus

“Of all the means which wisdom gives us to ensure happiness throughout ours lives, by far the most important is friendship.”   – Epicurus

“Friendship dances around the world…” Epicurus

“Friendship dances around the world, proclaiming to us all to rouse ourselves to give thanks.”   – Epicurus